APA Citation

Vaux, J. (1660). Vaux: Speculum anni a partu virginis, 1660, or, A new almanack for the year of the worlds redemption 1660. Being bissextile or leap-year. Calculated and composed for the meridian of the ancient city of Durham, where the pole is mounted above the horizon almost 55 degrees. (The 40. Edition.). London: Printed by Gartrude Dawson for the Company of Stationers.

Chicago Style Citation

Vaux, John. Vaux: Speculum Anni a Partu Virginis, 1660, Or, A New Almanack for the Year of the Worlds Redemption 1660. Being Bissextile or Leap-year. Calculated and Composed for the Meridian of the Ancient City of Durham, Where the Pole Is Mounted Above the Horizon Almost 55 Degrees. The 40. Edition. London: Printed by Gartrude Dawson for the Company of Stationers, 1660.

MLA Citation

Vaux, John. Vaux: Speculum Anni a Partu Virginis, 1660, Or, A New Almanack for the Year of the Worlds Redemption 1660. Being Bissextile or Leap-year. Calculated and Composed for the Meridian of the Ancient City of Durham, Where the Pole Is Mounted Above the Horizon Almost 55 Degrees. The 40. Edition. London: Printed by Gartrude Dawson for the Company of Stationers, 1660.

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