APA (7th ed.) Citation

Millington, E., & Hampden, M. (1695). Bibliothecæ nobilissimæ pars tertia & ultima, sive Collectio multifaria diversorum librorum plurimis facultatibus, præ-cæteris eximiorum ex celeberrimis Europæ typographiis prodeuntium: Quos vir clarissimus & in omni literaturâ politiori versatissimus per complures annos summâ curâ ingentique sumptu congessit. Quorum auctio habebiture Londini in æadibus Millingtonianis in loco vulgo dicto S. Bartholomew-Close prope Little-Brittain, vicessimo die Junii, 1695. Per Edoardum Millingtonum, bibliopolam Lond. Catalogues may be had of Mr. Kettilby at the Bishop's Head in St. Paul's Church-yard. Mr. Gillyflower in Westminster-Hall. Mr. West and Mr. Clement in Oxford. Mr. Graves in Cambridg, booksellers. And at the place of sale, at 6 d. per catalogue.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Millington, Edward, and Mr Hampden. Bibliothecæ Nobilissimæ Pars Tertia & Ultima, Sive Collectio Multifaria Diversorum Librorum Plurimis Facultatibus, Præ-cæteris Eximiorum Ex Celeberrimis Europæ Typographiis Prodeuntium: Quos Vir Clarissimus & in Omni Literaturâ Politiori Versatissimus Per Complures Annos Summâ Curâ Ingentique Sumptu Congessit. Quorum Auctio Habebiture Londini in æadibus Millingtonianis in Loco Vulgo Dicto S. Bartholomew-Close Prope Little-Brittain, Vicessimo Die Junii, 1695. Per Edoardum Millingtonum, Bibliopolam Lond. [London]: Catalogues may be had of Mr. Kettilby at the Bishop's Head in St. Paul's Church-yard. Mr. Gillyflower in Westminster-Hall. Mr. West and Mr. Clement in Oxford. Mr. Graves in Cambridg, booksellers. And at the place of sale, at 6 d. per catalogue, 1695.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Millington, Edward, and Mr Hampden. Bibliothecæ Nobilissimæ Pars Tertia & Ultima, Sive Collectio Multifaria Diversorum Librorum Plurimis Facultatibus, Præ-cæteris Eximiorum Ex Celeberrimis Europæ Typographiis Prodeuntium: Quos Vir Clarissimus & in Omni Literaturâ Politiori Versatissimus Per Complures Annos Summâ Curâ Ingentique Sumptu Congessit. Quorum Auctio Habebiture Londini in æadibus Millingtonianis in Loco Vulgo Dicto S. Bartholomew-Close Prope Little-Brittain, Vicessimo Die Junii, 1695. Per Edoardum Millingtonum, Bibliopolam Lond. Catalogues may be had of Mr. Kettilby at the Bishop's Head in St. Paul's Church-yard. Mr. Gillyflower in Westminster-Hall. Mr. West and Mr. Clement in Oxford. Mr. Graves in Cambridg, booksellers. And at the place of sale, at 6 d. per catalogue, 1695.

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