APA (7th ed.) Citation

(1650). The last vvill and testament of Philip Herbert, burgesse for Bark-shire, vulgarly called Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery: Who dyed of foole-age, Jan. 23. 1650. With his life and death, and severall legacies to the Parliament and councel of state. Also, his elegy, taken verbatim, in time of his sicknesse, and published to prevent false copies, by Michael Oldisworth. Printed in the fall of tyranny, and resurrection of Loyalty.

Chicago Style (17th ed.) Citation

The Last Vvill and Testament of Philip Herbert, Burgesse for Bark-shire, Vulgarly Called Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery: Who Dyed of Foole-age, Jan. 23. 1650. With His Life and Death, and Severall Legacies to the Parliament and Councel of State. Also, His Elegy, Taken Verbatim, in Time of His Sicknesse, and Published to Prevent False Copies, by Michael Oldisworth. Nod-Nol [i.e. London]: Printed in the fall of tyranny, and resurrection of Loyalty, 1650.

MLA (8th ed.) Citation

The Last Vvill and Testament of Philip Herbert, Burgesse for Bark-shire, Vulgarly Called Earl of Pembroke and Montgomery: Who Dyed of Foole-age, Jan. 23. 1650. With His Life and Death, and Severall Legacies to the Parliament and Councel of State. Also, His Elegy, Taken Verbatim, in Time of His Sicknesse, and Published to Prevent False Copies, by Michael Oldisworth. Printed in the fall of tyranny, and resurrection of Loyalty, 1650.

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