APA Citation

Churchyard, T. (1604). Churchyards good will: Sad and heauy verses, in the nature of an epitaph, for the losse of the Archbishop of Canterbury, lately deceased, Primate and Metropolitane of all England. Written by Thomas Churchyard, Esquire. Imprinted at London: By Simon Stafford, dwelling in Hosier lane, neere Smithfield.

Chicago Style Citation

Churchyard, Thomas. Churchyards Good Will: Sad and Heauy Verses, in the Nature of an Epitaph, for the Losse of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Lately Deceased, Primate and Metropolitane of All England. Written By Thomas Churchyard, Esquire. Imprinted at London: By Simon Stafford, dwelling in Hosier lane, neere Smithfield, 1604.

MLA Citation

Churchyard, Thomas. Churchyards Good Will: Sad and Heauy Verses, in the Nature of an Epitaph, for the Losse of the Archbishop of Canterbury, Lately Deceased, Primate and Metropolitane of All England. Written By Thomas Churchyard, Esquire. Imprinted at London: By Simon Stafford, dwelling in Hosier lane, neere Smithfield, 1604.

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