APA (7th ed.) Citation

Hoole, C. (1659). Propria quæ maribus, quæ genus, and as in præsenti, Englished and explained; for the use of young grammarians. By Charls Hoole, Master of Arts, teacher of a private grammar-school, in the Token-house in Lothbury, not very far from the Royal Exchange, London. printed by T.M. and are to be sold by John Clarkjun. at the lower end of Cheap-side entring into Mercers-Chapel.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

Hoole, Charles. Propria Quæ Maribus, Quæ Genus, and as in Præsenti, Englished and Explained; for the Use of Young Grammarians. By Charls Hoole, Master of Arts, Teacher of a Private Grammar-school, in the Token-house in Lothbury, Not Very Far from the Royal Exchange, London. London: printed by T.M. and are to be sold by John Clarkjun. at the lower end of Cheap-side entring into Mercers-Chapel, 1659.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

Hoole, Charles. Propria Quæ Maribus, Quæ Genus, and as in Præsenti, Englished and Explained; for the Use of Young Grammarians. By Charls Hoole, Master of Arts, Teacher of a Private Grammar-school, in the Token-house in Lothbury, Not Very Far from the Royal Exchange, London. printed by T.M. and are to be sold by John Clarkjun. at the lower end of Cheap-side entring into Mercers-Chapel, 1659.

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