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The Resource The narratives of Sir Robert Walsh, Kt. and Btt. being by the false instigations of Edmond Everard, an Irish-man, seized upon : This small one is to shew to the world what Sir Robert subscribes in relation to his narrative, desiring all loyal subjects to admit of a just censure therein, he being ready to affirm what he hath writ, not by any private information; but to maintain the same before any court of justice, either in the civil, common or marshal law; or unto any particular man's face who shall contradict it, (electronic resource)

The narratives of Sir Robert Walsh, Kt. and Btt. being by the false instigations of Edmond Everard, an Irish-man, seized upon : This small one is to shew to the world what Sir Robert subscribes in relation to his narrative, desiring all loyal subjects to admit of a just censure therein, he being ready to affirm what he hath writ, not by any private information; but to maintain the same before any court of justice, either in the civil, common or marshal law; or unto any particular man's face who shall contradict it, (electronic resource)

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The narratives of Sir Robert Walsh, Kt. and Btt. being by the false instigations of Edmond Everard, an Irish-man, seized upon : This small one is to shew to the world what Sir Robert subscribes in relation to his narrative, desiring all loyal subjects to admit of a just censure therein, he being ready to affirm what he hath writ, not by any private information; but to maintain the same before any court of justice, either in the civil, common or marshal law; or unto any particular man's face who shall contradict it
Title
The narratives of Sir Robert Walsh, Kt. and Btt. being by the false instigations of Edmond Everard, an Irish-man, seized upon
Title remainder
This small one is to shew to the world what Sir Robert subscribes in relation to his narrative, desiring all loyal subjects to admit of a just censure therein, he being ready to affirm what he hath writ, not by any private information; but to maintain the same before any court of justice, either in the civil, common or marshal law; or unto any particular man's face who shall contradict it
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Subject
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Language
eng
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Cataloging source
Uk-ES
Citation location within source
W643G
Citation source
Wing (CD-ROM, 1996)
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Walsh, Robert
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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  • Everard, Edmund
  • Popish Plot, 1678
Target audience
general
Label
The narratives of Sir Robert Walsh, Kt. and Btt. being by the false instigations of Edmond Everard, an Irish-man, seized upon : This small one is to shew to the world what Sir Robert subscribes in relation to his narrative, desiring all loyal subjects to admit of a just censure therein, he being ready to affirm what he hath writ, not by any private information; but to maintain the same before any court of justice, either in the civil, common or marshal law; or unto any particular man's face who shall contradict it, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Note
  • A reply to Edmund Everard's 'The depositions and examinations of Mr. Edmund Everard (who was four years close prisoner in the Tower of London) concerning the horrid popish plot against the life of His Sacred Majesty, the government, and the Protestant religion'
  • Page 1: "it fell out, that one Edmond Everard, who was so long kept prisoner in the Tower, for his intent to have poison'd his Grace the Duke of Monmouth, .. finding no other way to obtain his liberty, pretended to become an evidence for the King, in discovering great plots and conspiracies .."
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  • Reproduction of original in the Trinity College Library, Dublin
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file reproduced from microform
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black and white
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eebo99895233
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unknown
Extent
4 p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
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Access restricted to subscribing institutions
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lossless
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cl0037000094
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
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The narratives of Sir Robert Walsh, Kt. and Btt. being by the false instigations of Edmond Everard, an Irish-man, seized upon : This small one is to shew to the world what Sir Robert subscribes in relation to his narrative, desiring all loyal subjects to admit of a just censure therein, he being ready to affirm what he hath writ, not by any private information; but to maintain the same before any court of justice, either in the civil, common or marshal law; or unto any particular man's face who shall contradict it, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • A reply to Edmund Everard's 'The depositions and examinations of Mr. Edmund Everard (who was four years close prisoner in the Tower of London) concerning the horrid popish plot against the life of His Sacred Majesty, the government, and the Protestant religion'
  • Page 1: "it fell out, that one Edmond Everard, who was so long kept prisoner in the Tower, for his intent to have poison'd his Grace the Duke of Monmouth, .. finding no other way to obtain his liberty, pretended to become an evidence for the King, in discovering great plots and conspiracies .."
  • Drop-head title
  • Reproduction of original in the Trinity College Library, Dublin
Antecedent source
file reproduced from microform
Color
black and white
Control code
eebo99895233
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
4 p
File format
one file format
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Level of compression
lossless
http://library.link/vocab/ext/overdrive/overdriveId
cl0037000094
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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