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Author: Kingston, Richard, b. 1635?
Title: A true history of the several designs and conspiracies against His Majesties sacred person and government as they were continually carry'd on from 1688 till 1697 containing matters extracted from original papers, depositions of the witnesses, and authentick records, as appears by the references to the appendix, wherein they are digested : published with no other design then to acquaint the English nation that notwithstanding the present posture of affairs our enemies are still so many, restless and designing, that all imaginable care ought to be taken for the defense and safety of His Majesty and his three kingdoms / by R.K.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A true history of the several designs and conspiracies against His Majesties sacred person and government as they were continually carry'd on from 1688 till 1697 containing matters extracted from original papers, depositions of the witnesses, and authentick records, as appears by the references to the appendix, wherein they are digested : published with no other design then to acquaint the English nation that notwithstanding the present posture of affairs our enemies are still so many, restless and designing, that all imaginable care ought to be taken for the defense and safety of His Majesty and his three kingdoms / by R.K.
Kingston, Richard, b. 1635?

London: Printed for the author and sold by Abel Roper ..., 1698.
Notes:
Written by Richard Kingston. Cf. DNB.
Caption and running title: An account of several conspiracies against His Majesties sacred person and government.
Errata: p. 312.
Reproduction of original in Duke University Library.
Subject terms:
William -- III, -- King of England, -- 1650-1702.
Great Britain -- History -- Revolution of 1688.
Great Britain -- History -- William and Mary, 1689-1702.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A47485.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE PREFACE TO THE READER.
AN ACCOUNT OF SEVERAL CONSPIRACIES AGAINST His Majesties Sacred PERSON and GOVERNMENT.
THE APPENDIX.
The Informations of John Preston of Cockeram Mariner, who upon Oath saith;
The Information of Henry Knowles, one of the Seamer in the Pink or Vessel called the Lion of Lancaster: Who upon Oath saith;
The Information of James Tomson; one of the Mariners belonging to the Pink or Vessel called the Lion of Lancaster: Who upon Oath saith,
The Information of John Barrow one of the Mariners belonging to the Vessel called the Lion of Lancaster. Who upon Oath saith;
The Information of Richard Whiteside, one of the Mariners belonging to the Vessel called the Lion of Lancaster. Who upon Oath saith;
The Examination of John Cawson of Narbock within Cockeram in the County of Lancaster, Merchant. Who saith,
Elizabeth Engley's Affidavit.
The Affidavit of Mrs. Agnes Barker.
Mr. John Edwards's Affidavit.
The Information of John Womball late a Carrier, Given the Twenty Eight of June, 1694.
Lawrence Brandon's Affidavit.
Robert Bradley's Affidavit.
Francis Jackson's Affidavit.
The Information of John Wilson of Chippin in the County of Lanca∣ster.
Ann Elliot's Affidavit.
The Information of George Wilson.
Elizabeth Hearst's Affidavit.
Thomas Clayton's Affidavit.
Oliver Pearson's Affidavit.
The Information of Robert Dodsworth of Crosby Ravenswith in the Coun∣ty of Westmorland Gentleman.
A LIST of those OFFICERS I know.
The Information of Edward Brown of Langtree in the Parish of Standish and County of Lancaster.
The Information of Mr. John Lunt, given the Fifteenth Day of June, 1694.
The Examination of John Kelly taken upon Oath the 23. and 27. days of February.
Mr. William Wybrants Infor∣mation.
A Letter from Three of Their Maje∣sties Justices of the Peace for the County of Lancaster, Dated at Mid∣dleton, April 9. 1690, and directed to a Minister of State.
A Letter from May to Clinch, Dated March 30. 1694, and should have been inserted in the Body of the History after Cros∣by's Scheme for the Invasion, Page 97. at the End of the first Paragraph.
A Letter to Mr. Crothy while he was a Priso∣ner in Newgate, directed to Mr. Hutchinson in Bishops Gate-Street London.
to the reader
ERRATA.