|Author:||Oates, Titus, 1649-1705.|
|Title:||The King's evidence justifi'd, or, Doctor Oates's vindication of himself and the reality of the plot against a traiterous libel called The compendium contrived by the Jesuits, to the dishonour of the King and kingdom.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The King's evidence justifi'd, or, Doctor Oates's vindication of himself and the reality of the plot against a traiterous libel called The compendium contrived by the Jesuits, to the dishonour of the King and kingdom.
Oates, Titus, 1649-1705.
London: Printed for Jonathan Edwin ..., 1679.
This item appears at reel 1001:21 as Wing D189 (number cancelled in Wing 2nd ed.) and at reel 770:8 as Wing O46.
Reproduction of originals in the Huntington Library and the Union Theological Seminary Library.
Castlemaine, Roger Palmer, -- Earl of, -- 1634-1705. -- Compendium.
Jesuits -- England.
Popish Plot, 1678.
TO ALL Our Worthy Patriots, And all other Impartial Readers, OF WHAT Rank or Condition soever.
Concerning Mr. Coleman.
Concerning Ireland, Grove, and Pickering.
Concerning Hill, Green, and Berry.
Concerning White, Harcourt, Fenwick, Gawen, and Turner.
Concerning Mr. Langhorn.
Concerning Sir George Wakeman's Tryal, Corker, &c.
THE ADDRESS TO ALL Persons of Reason, and Lovers OF THE Protestant Religion, Of what Rank soever they be.