A true, exact and impartial history of the horrid and detestable plots and conspiracies, contrived and carried on by Papists, and other wicked persons, for the compassing the death and destruction of His Sacred Majesty, King William III. and introducing popery and slavery, by an invasion from France. With the manner how it was miraculously discovered, when ripe to be put in execution : also, an account of the trvals, speeches, confessions and executions of those that have suffered for it; with their characters, from the first of them to Sir John Fenwick, who was beheaded on Tower-Hill, on an act of attainder; with the paper he left behind him, and many other things worthy of particular remark, for the information of present and future ages.
|Edition:||The second edition, with additions.|
|Imprint:||London : Printed for William Major, bookseller, in Newport, near Launceston, in Cornwal, 1697.|
|Series:||Early English books online.