A New plot against the Parliament, Englands deliverance, or, A great discovery being a true relation of the treacherous practices of the papists now resident in this citie : likewise the reason of the guard placed at the Earle of Worcesters and Sir Basil Brooks, and my Lord Peters house in Aldersgate-street : with the heads of those orders given by the honorable House of Parliament concerning the raising of forces to suppresse the commotions in England and to guard the Ile of Wight

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  • Catholics -- England,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Charles I, 1625-1649

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Other titlesA new plot against the Parliament, Englands deliverance, A great discovery
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 256:E.176, no. 11
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