APA Citation

I. B. (1599). A looking glasse of mortalitie: Not verie pleasant at the first view to many men, but yet most necessarie, profitable and commodious for all sorts of people, of what estate dignity, or calling soeuer they be. : With an Exhortation to good life annexed: wherein are treated all such things as appertaine vnto a Christian to do, from the beginning of his conuersion, vntill the end of his perfection. Printed at London: by R. F. for Iohn Oxenbridge, dwelling at the signe of the Parrat in Paules churchyard..

Chicago Style Citation

I. B. A Looking Glasse of Mortalitie: Not Verie Pleasant At the First View to Many Men, but yet Most Necessarie, Profitable and Commodious for All Sorts of People, of What Estate Dignity, or Calling Soeuer They Be. : With an Exhortation to Good Life Annexed: Wherein Are Treated All Such Things As Appertaine Vnto a Christian to Do, From the Beginning of His Conuersion, Vntill the End of His Perfection. Printed at London: by R. F. for Iohn Oxenbridge, dwelling at the signe of the Parrat in Paules churchyard., 1599.

MLA Citation

I. B. A Looking Glasse of Mortalitie: Not Verie Pleasant At the First View to Many Men, but yet Most Necessarie, Profitable and Commodious for All Sorts of People, of What Estate Dignity, or Calling Soeuer They Be. : With an Exhortation to Good Life Annexed: Wherein Are Treated All Such Things As Appertaine Vnto a Christian to Do, From the Beginning of His Conuersion, Vntill the End of His Perfection. Printed at London: by R. F. for Iohn Oxenbridge, dwelling at the signe of the Parrat in Paules churchyard., 1599.

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