APA (7th ed.) Citation

Mercurius Elenticus & Oldisworth, M. (1649). The first part of the last wil & testament of Philip, Earle of Pembrooke and Montgomery, Lord of Saint Quintin, &c., now Knight of Berk-shire: Dictated by his own mouth and took by Mr. Michael Oldsworth, sometime his Lps secretary, and faithfully engrossed : together with all his Lps penitent considerations, (delivered in most patheticall expressions) upon every particular of his goods, catttels [sic], chattels, moveable and inmoveable, that are designed in legacy to sundry particular persons of most eminent and remarkable quality : the second part to the same tune, will speedily be exhibited to publique view, as soon as it can be possibly transcribed by his Lps most devoted honour. [publisher not identified].

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Mercurius Elenticus and Michael Oldisworth. The First Part of the Last Wil & Testament of Philip, Earle of Pembrooke and Montgomery, Lord of Saint Quintin, &c., Now Knight of Berk-shire: Dictated by His Own Mouth and Took by Mr. Michael Oldsworth, Sometime His Lps Secretary, and Faithfully Engrossed : Together with All His Lps Penitent Considerations, (delivered in Most Patheticall Expressions) upon Every Particular of His Goods, Catttels [sic], Chattels, Moveable and Inmoveable, That Are Designed in Legacy to Sundry Particular Persons of Most Eminent and Remarkable Quality : The Second Part to the Same Tune, Will Speedily Be Exhibited to Publique View, as Soon as It Can Be Possibly Transcribed by His Lps Most Devoted Honour. [London]: [publisher not identified], 1649.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Mercurius Elenticus and Michael Oldisworth. The First Part of the Last Wil & Testament of Philip, Earle of Pembrooke and Montgomery, Lord of Saint Quintin, &c., Now Knight of Berk-shire: Dictated by His Own Mouth and Took by Mr. Michael Oldsworth, Sometime His Lps Secretary, and Faithfully Engrossed : Together with All His Lps Penitent Considerations, (delivered in Most Patheticall Expressions) upon Every Particular of His Goods, Catttels [sic], Chattels, Moveable and Inmoveable, That Are Designed in Legacy to Sundry Particular Persons of Most Eminent and Remarkable Quality : The Second Part to the Same Tune, Will Speedily Be Exhibited to Publique View, as Soon as It Can Be Possibly Transcribed by His Lps Most Devoted Honour. [publisher not identified], 1649.

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