Taylor, J., & Early English Books Online. (1642). To the Right Honorable assembly, the Lords, Knights, Esquires, and Burgesses of the Honorable House of Commons in Parliament: The humble petition of the antient overseers, rulers and assistants of the Company of Watermen. VVherein is showed, how intollerably they have been abused and slandered, with false accusations, by divers refractory and abusive watermen, who have mislead many others to their faction. Their odious slanders being heere truly confuted, and the innocencie of the rulers declared. By Iohn Taylor. London: Printed by John Hammond.MLA Citation
Taylor, John, and Early English Books Online. To the Right Honorable Assembly, the Lords, Knights, Esquires, and Burgesses of the Honorable House of Commons in Parliament: The Humble Petition of the Antient Overseers, Rulers and Assistants of the Company of Watermen. VVherein Is Showed, How Intollerably They Have Been Abused and Slandered, With False Accusations, By Divers Refractory and Abusive Watermen, Who Have Mislead Many Others to Their Faction. Their Odious Slanders Being Heere Truly Confuted, and the Innocencie of the Rulers Declared. By Iohn Taylor. London: Printed by John Hammond, 1642.