APA Citation

Stafford, A. (1656). A president of female perfection: Presented to the serious meditation and perusal of all modest women, who desire to live under the government of vertue, and are obedient to her laws. Containing an historicall discourse of the best and pincipallest [sic] for holiness and vertue of that sex. Illustrated with sundry poems and figures, pertinent to the story. By a person of honour. London: printed by J. L[egate]. and are to be sold by Austin Rice, at the Three Hearts in St Pauls Church-yard, near the west end.

Chicago Style Citation

Stafford, Anthony. A President of Female Perfection: Presented to the Serious Meditation and Perusal of All Modest Women, Who Desire to Live Under the Government of Vertue, and Are Obedient to Her Laws. Containing an Historicall Discourse of the Best and Pincipallest [sic] for Holiness and Vertue of That Sex. Illustrated With Sundry Poems and Figures, Pertinent to the Story. By a Person of Honour. London: printed by J. L[egate]. and are to be sold by Austin Rice, at the Three Hearts in St Pauls Church-yard, near the west end, 1656.

MLA Citation

Stafford, Anthony. A President of Female Perfection: Presented to the Serious Meditation and Perusal of All Modest Women, Who Desire to Live Under the Government of Vertue, and Are Obedient to Her Laws. Containing an Historicall Discourse of the Best and Pincipallest [sic] for Holiness and Vertue of That Sex. Illustrated With Sundry Poems and Figures, Pertinent to the Story. By a Person of Honour. London: printed by J. L[egate]. and are to be sold by Austin Rice, at the Three Hearts in St Pauls Church-yard, near the west end, 1656.

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