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APA Citation

Taylor, John.  (1647).  The Kings Most Excellent Majesties vvelcome to his owne house, truly called the honour of Hampton Court, vvho came thither on the 24. of August, and so consequently hoped and humbly desired to White-Hall. Written by his Majesties most humble servant John Tailor, one of the yeoman of His Maiesties guard. Alius poeta aquatticus. From my house at the Crowne in Globe Lane (alias Phoenix Ally, nere the Globe Taverne in Long Aker.

MLA Citation

Taylor, John.  The Kings Most Excellent Majesties vvelcome to his owne house, [microform] truly called the honour of Hampton Court, vvho came thither on the 24. of August, and so consequently hoped and humbly desired to White-Hall. Written by his Majesties most humble servant John Tailor, one of the yeoman of His Maiesties guard. Alius poeta aquatticus. From my house at the Crowne in Globe Lane (alias Phoenix Ally, nere the Globe Taverne in Long Aker  [London  1647

Australian/Harvard Citation

Taylor, John.  1647,  The Kings Most Excellent Majesties vvelcome to his owne house, [microform] truly called the honour of Hampton Court, vvho came thither on the 24. of August, and so consequently hoped and humbly desired to White-Hall. Written by his Majesties most humble servant John Tailor, one of the yeoman of His Maiesties guard. Alius poeta aquatticus. From my house at the Crowne in Globe Lane (alias Phoenix Ally, nere the Globe Taverne in Long Aker  [London

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