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Author: Rider, Mr.
Title: Mr. Rider's Answer to the false and scandalous reflections and allegations in Warner's Case; and petition of the mayor and jurors of Deal.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Mr. Rider's Answer to the false and scandalous reflections and allegations in Warner's Case; and petition of the mayor and jurors of Deal.
Rider, Mr.

[London: s.n., c. 1699-1700]
Alternate titles: Answer to the false and scandalous reflections and allegations in Warner's Case; and petition of the mayor and jurors of Deal Mr. Riders answer to the false and scandalous reflections and allegation in s petition of the mayor and jurors of Deal; and Warner's Case
Notes:
Imprint from Wing.
With docket title: Mr. Rider[']s answer to the false and scandalous reflections and allegation in a petition of the mayor and jurors of Deal; and Warner's Case.
In answer to Warner, William. The case of William Warner, gent. relating to his water-works at Deale.; Concerning the dispute between Warner and William Rider as to who should buildthe new waterworks at Deal in Kent.
Reproduction of the original in the Lincoln's Inn Library, London.
Subject terms:
Warner, William, -- fl. 1700-1701. -- Case of William Warner, gent. relating to his water-works at Deale -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A51027.0001.001

Contents
Mr. RIDER's ANSWER TO The False and Scandalous Reflections and Allegations in Warner's CASE; and PETITION of the Mayor and Jurors of Deal.