Franklin

MLA

J. T. The Hunting of the Pox: a Pleasant Discourse Betweene the Authour, and Pild-garlicke : Wherein Is Declared the Nature of the Dissease, How it Came, and How it May Bee Cured. London: Printed by I.W. for I.T. and are to be sold by Philip Birch at the signe of the Bible neere Guildhall-gate, 1619.

APA

J. T., J. T. (1619). The hunting of the pox: a pleasant discourse betweene the authour, and pild-garlicke : wherein is declared the nature of the dissease, how it came, and how it may bee cured. London: Printed by I.W. for I.T. and are to be sold by Philip Birch at the signe of the Bible neere Guildhall-gate.

Chicago

J. T., The Hunting of the Pox: A Pleasant Discourse Betweene the Authour, and Pild-Garlicke : Wherein Is Declared the Nature of the Dissease, How it Came, and How it May Bee Cured. London: Printed by I.W. for I.T. and are to be sold by Philip Birch at the signe of the Bible neere Guildhall-gate, 1619.