Franklin

MLA

Bale, John, and John Hooper. A Soueraigne Cordial for a Christian Conscience: Content Thi Selfe with Pacience, with Christ to Bear the Cros of Paine Which Can Wil the Rec[m]pence, a Thousand Fold with Ioyes Againe Let Nothig Cause Thi Hart to Quail Lau[n]ch Out Thi Bote, Hoise Vp the Sail Put From the Shore. And Thou Sure Thou Shalt Atain Vnto the Port That Shall Remayne, for Euermore. From Roane [i.e. London?]: [By John Day?], ..dn.

APA

Bale, J., & Hooper, J. (..dn). A soueraigne cordial for a Christian conscience: Content thi selfe with pacience, with Christ to bear the cros of paine which can wil the rec[m]pence, a thousand fold with ioyes againe let nothig cause thi hart to quail lau[n]ch out thi bote, hoise vp the sail put from the shore. And thou sure thou shalt atain vnto the port that shall remayne, for euermore. From Roane [i.e. London?]: [By John Day?].

Chicago

Bale, John, and John Hooper. A Soueraigne Cordial for a Christian Conscience: Content Thi Selfe with Pacience, with Christ to Bear the Cros of Paine Which Can Wil the Rec[m]pence, a Thousand Fold with Ioyes Againe Let Nothig Cause Thi Hart to Quail Lau[n]ch Out Thi Bote, Hoise Vp the Sail Put From the Shore. And Thou Sure Thou Shalt Atain Vnto the Port That Shall Remayne, for Euermore. From Roane [i.e. London?]: [By John Day?], ..dn.