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APA Citation

Fisher, Payne.  (1659).  Threnodia triumphalis a triumphal funeral-ode : being a compendious and succinct series of his late most invincible highness stupendious successes at home and abroad, both by his own personal prowess and also the influential emanation of his most honble [sic] Privy-Council.  London :  Printed by James Cottrel

MLA Citation

Fisher, Payne.  Threnodia triumphalis [microform] : a triumphal funeral-ode : being a compendious and succinct series of his late most invincible highness stupendious successes at home and abroad, both by his own personal prowess and also the influential emanation of his most honble [sic] Privy-Council / translated purposely into English, peculiarly for those who have relation to, or are honourors of the most illustrious and renowned familie of the Cromwels  Printed by James Cottrel London  1659

Australian/Harvard Citation

Fisher, Payne.  1659,  Threnodia triumphalis [microform] : a triumphal funeral-ode : being a compendious and succinct series of his late most invincible highness stupendious successes at home and abroad, both by his own personal prowess and also the influential emanation of his most honble [sic] Privy-Council / translated purposely into English, peculiarly for those who have relation to, or are honourors of the most illustrious and renowned familie of the Cromwels  Printed by James Cottrel London

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