APA Citation

Poor Robin. (1671). Poor Robin's prophecy, for the year 1701: Found several years after his death, hid under an old close-stool-pan. And now publish'd by his executors, to make some people merry, and the rest mad. Containing, comical predictions for every month in the year, carefully calculated, to make both sexes shake their sides till they break their twatling-strings. London: printed, and are to be sold by M. Fabian at Mercers-Chappel, in Cheapside.

Chicago Style Citation

Poor Robin. Poor Robin's Prophecy, for the Year 1701: Found Several Years After His Death, Hid Under an Old Close-stool-pan. And Now Publish'd By His Executors, to Make Some People Merry, and the Rest Mad. Containing, Comical Predictions for Every Month in the Year, Carefully Calculated, to Make Both Sexes Shake Their Sides Till They Break Their Twatling-strings. London: printed, and are to be sold by M. Fabian at Mercers-Chappel, in Cheapside, 1671.

MLA Citation

Poor Robin. Poor Robin's Prophecy, for the Year 1701: Found Several Years After His Death, Hid Under an Old Close-stool-pan. And Now Publish'd By His Executors, to Make Some People Merry, and the Rest Mad. Containing, Comical Predictions for Every Month in the Year, Carefully Calculated, to Make Both Sexes Shake Their Sides Till They Break Their Twatling-strings. London: printed, and are to be sold by M. Fabian at Mercers-Chappel, in Cheapside, 1671.

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