A true narrative of the horrid plot and conspiracy of the Popish Party against the life of His Sacred Majesty, the Government, and the Protestant religion : with a list of such noblemen, gentlemen, and others as were the conspirators, and the head-officers both civil and military that were to effect it : published by the order of the Right Honourable the Lords Spiritual and Temporal in Parliament assembled : humbly presented to His Most Excellent Majesty / by Titus Otes, D.D.

Author
Oates, Titus, 1649-1705 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London : Printed for Thomas Parkhurst and Thomas Cockerill ... , 1679.
Description
[1] leaf, [5] p., [1] leaf, 68 p. ; 32 cm. (fol.)

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Notes
  • Ex copy 1: No. 1 in a volume of 34 pamphlets with spine title: Narratives & tryals.
  • Princeton copy contains bookplate of Gilbert Burnet, Bishop of Salisbury.
  • Ex copy 2: No. 1 of a volume of pamphlets.
  • Ex copy 3 (1445.999q v.5): No. 8 of a volume of pamphlets.
References
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  • Multi-title collection including The tryals of Robert Green, Henry Berry, & Lawrence Hill, for the murder of Sr. Edmond-bury Godfrey, knt, one of His Majesties justices of the peace for the county of Middlesex; at the King's Bench Bar at Westminster, before the Right Honourable Sir William Scroggs, knt, lord chief justice of that court, and the rest of His Majesties judges there; on Monday the 10th of February 1678/79. Where, upon full evidence they were convicted, and received sentence accordingly, on Tuesday the next day following and 18 other(s).
  • Multi-title collection including Mr. Tho. Dangerfeilds Particular narrative, of the late popish design to charge those of the Presbyterian party with a pretended conspiracy against His Majesties person and government and 14 other(s).
  • Multi-title collection including News from Ireland : being the examination and confession of William Kelso, a Scotch rebel, taken in Ireland, whether he fled, after the defeat of the rebels in Scotland : before George Rawdon, Esquire, one of His Majesties justices of the peace there : also a letter from C. George MacCartney, giving an account of several barks full of Scotch rebels, seen coming from Scotland to Ireland : together with a proclamation set out by the Duke of Ormond, for their apprehension and 34 other(s).
LCCN
83460715
OCLC
9620487
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