2 edition of A Second powder-plot, discovered in his Excellency the Lord Generalls armie found in the catalog.
A Second powder-plot, discovered in his Excellency the Lord Generalls armie
|Other titles||Second powder plot discovered in the Lord Generalls armie|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 229:E. 8, no. 13.|
|The Physical Object|
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A Second powder-plot, discovered in his Excellency the Lord Generalls armie: truly relating the manner of this desperate, cowardly, and malignant plot, in two severall letters: the first from one of the lifeguard to his brother in London: the other from a Lievtenant in the armie.
That he would not onely send his Sonne, but himselfe in person would wait vpon his Majesties Armie. As for making the three moneths pay downe vpon the naile; that he professed himselfe at the instant not able to satisfie his Majestie in: but one moneths meanes hee would presently make tender of; and securitie for the other two.
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