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MLA

Willet, Andrew. A Treatise of Salomons Mariage: Or, A Congratulation for the Happie and Hopefull Mariage Betweene the Most Illustrious and Noble Prince, Frederike the V. Count Palatine of Rhine, Elector of the Sacred Romane Empire, and Arch-sewer, and In the Vacancy Thereof Vicar Generall: Duke of Bavaria, &c. Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. And the Most Gratious and Excellent Princesse, the Lady Elizabeth, Sole Daughter Unto the High and Mighty Prince Iames, by the Grace of God, King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland. Ioyfully Solemnized Upon the 34. Day of February, 1612. In the Kings Palace of White-hall In Westminster. At London: Printed by R. B[adger] for Robert Allot, and are to be sold by Iohn Stafford, dwelling in Blacke-horse-Alley neere Fleet-street, 1634.

APA

Willet, A. (1634). A treatise of Salomons mariage: or, A congratulation for the happie and hopefull mariage betweene the most illustrious and noble prince, Frederike the V. Count Palatine of Rhine, elector of the sacred Romane Empire, and arch-sewer, and in the vacancy thereof Vicar Generall: Duke of Bavaria, &c. Knight of the most noble order of the Garter. And the most gratious and excellent princesse, the Lady Elizabeth, sole daughter unto the high and mighty Prince Iames, by the grace of God, King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland. Ioyfully solemnized upon the 34. day of February, 1612. In the Kings Palace of White-hall in Westminster. At London: Printed by R. B[adger] for Robert Allot, and are to be sold by Iohn Stafford, dwelling in Blacke-horse-Alley neere Fleet-street.

Chicago

Willet, Andrew, A Treatise of Salomons Mariage: Or, A Congratulation for the Happie and Hopefull Mariage Betweene the Most Illustrious and Noble Prince, Frederike the V. Count Palatine of Rhine, Elector of the Sacred Romane Empire, and Arch-Sewer, and In the Vacancy Thereof Vicar Generall: Duke of Bavaria, &c. Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter. And the Most Gratious and Excellent Princesse, the Lady Elizabeth, Sole Daughter Unto the High and Mighty Prince Iames, by the Grace of God, King of Great Britaine, France and Ireland. Ioyfully Solemnized Upon the 34. Day of February, 1612. In the Kings Palace of White-Hall In Westminster. At London: Printed by R. B[adger] for Robert Allot, and are to be sold by Iohn Stafford, dwelling in Blacke-horse-Alley neere Fleet-street, 1634.