|Author:||Tonge, Ezerel, 1621-1680.|
|Title:||1. Dr. Tonges relation of the general massacre intended and plotted by the Papists: 2. Brought into Parliament by his direction and assistance: 3. Near the time of their prorogation, about the 22th. of June, 1678. by Richard Greene of Dilwin, in the county of Hereford, who first informed the doctor it.|
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1. Dr. Tonges relation of the general massacre intended and plotted by the Papists: 2. Brought into Parliament by his direction and assistance: 3. Near the time of their prorogation, about the 22th. of June, 1678. by Richard Greene of Dilwin, in the county of Hereford, who first informed the doctor it.
Tonge, Ezerel, 1621-1680., Tong, William, 1662-1727,, Greene, Richard, 17th cent.
[London: s.n., 1679]
|Alternate titles:||Dr. Tonges realtion of the general massacre|
Attributed to William Tong by Wing.
Place of publication from Wing; dated at end: May the 12th. 1679.
Includes advertisement at foot of p. 8.
Copy tightly bound.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Popish plot, 1678 -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- History -- Charles II, 1660-1685 -- Early works to 1800.
1. Dr. Tonges Relation of the General Massacre, Intended and Plotted by the Papists: 2. Brought into Parliament by his Direction and Assistance: 3. Near the time of their Prorogation, about the 22th. of June, 1678. by Richard Greene of Dilwin, in the County of Hereford, who first informed the Doctor of it.
Greenes Relation, delivered to Dr. Tonge, about the 20th. of June, 1678. as he had Written it long before with his own hand, for his own better remembrance: the Original whereof, the Doctor keeps for his own Justification, and will produce when he shall be required.
Some Particulars omitted in the foregoing Relation of Greens Discourse with Boyer, Numb. II.
An Account or Narration of what Mr. Thomas Boyer Papist Convict, declared to Mr. Robert Woodhouse, of the Parish of Stanton upon Arrow, in the County of Hereford, in the Evening of that day, January 74/5. being Pot-valiant, on which he had fresh and fasting, more at large declared himself in the morning to me Richard Greene, as the aforesaid Mr. Woodhouse declared with his own mouth unto me.
Anno Domini 1676.
Richard Greenes Petition To the Honourable the Committe for sup∣pressing of POPERY.
The means by which Richard Greene hath been forced and terrifyed out of his Coun∣try by Thomas Boyer, Papist Convict, and his accomplices, annexed to and put into Parliament with his Petition.
Richard Greenes Depositions.