A wonderfull and terrible plot of the papists against the Parliament, lately discovered by Gods providence, June the 11. 1642. [electronic resource] : With a relation of the lord major of London, and sheriffes sent for by the command of the Parliament, concerning His Majesties proclamation. : Whereunto is annnexed [sic] a contention betwixt two traine bands viz., of London and Middlesex met at Westminster. : Together with the manner how the Lady Harvyes son was slaine in a taverne neer Ramme Alley in Fleetstreet. : Also a true list of the particular number of the ammunition discovered to the Parliament for the north. / Averred by J.H. Gent.

Author
J. H., gent [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London : Printed for I.H. and T.H., Iune 15. 1642.
Description
7 p.

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eebo-0050
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  • Imperfect: print show-through.
  • Reproduction of original in: Eton College. Library.
References
Wing (2nd ed.) H87
OCLC
47683463
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