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Author: Walsh, Robert, Sir.
Title: A true narrative and manifest set forth by Sir Robert Walsh knight and Batt. which he is ready all manner of ways to justify as relating unto Plots, designs, troubles and insurrections, which were intended to have been set a foot, towards the subversion of His Most Excellent Majesties laws and government, not by a private information, or other, but before any court of Justice, discipline ; either in the civil, common, or marshal law and to reply or disanul the printed paper, in part of Edmund Everard and Irish man, who was so long prisoner in the tower : and to make out why he was so detained, nothing relating to the plot but was for his intent to have poysoned the Duke of Monmouth as shall more amply be made out in this manifest.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A true narrative and manifest set forth by Sir Robert Walsh knight and Batt. which he is ready all manner of ways to justify as relating unto Plots, designs, troubles and insurrections, which were intended to have been set a foot, towards the subversion of His Most Excellent Majesties laws and government, not by a private information, or other, but before any court of Justice, discipline ; either in the civil, common, or marshal law and to reply or disanul the printed paper, in part of Edmund Everard and Irish man, who was so long prisoner in the tower : and to make out why he was so detained, nothing relating to the plot but was for his intent to have poysoned the Duke of Monmouth as shall more amply be made out in this manifest.
Walsh, Robert, Sir.

[London?]: Printed for the author, 1679.
Notes:
A reply to "The depositions and examinations ... concerning the ... popish plot."
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
Subject terms:
Everard, Edmund. -- Depositions and examinations ... concerning the horrid Popish Plot.
Popish Plot, 1678.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A67448.0001.001

Contents
title page
preface
TO THE READER.
text
The Copy of Sir Robert Walsh his Petition unto the Honorable House of Conpnons.
The Conclusion of my Manifest.