#A true narrative of the Popish-plot against King Charles I and the Protestant religion as it was discovered by Andreas ab Habernfeld to Sir William Boswel Ambassador at the Hague, and by him transmitted to Archbishop Laud, who communicated it to the King : the whole discoovery being found amongst the Archbishops papers, when a prisoner in the Tower, by Mr. Prynn (who was ordered to search them by a committee of the then Parliament) on Wednesday, May 31, 1643 : with some historical remarks on the Jesuits, and A vindication of the Protestant dissenters from disloyalty : also, A compleat history of the Papists late Presbyterian plot discovered by Mr. Dangerfield, wherein an account is given of some late transactions of Sir Robert Peyton.#
##Habervešl z Habernfeldu, Ondřej.## A true narrative of the Popish-plot against King Charles I and the Protestant religion as it was discovered by Andreas ab Habernfeld to Sir William Boswel Ambassador at the Hague, and by him transmitted to Archbishop Laud, who communicated it to the King : the whole discoovery being found amongst the Archbishops papers, when a prisoner in the Tower, by Mr. Prynn (who was ordered to search them by a committee of the then Parliament) on Wednesday, May 31, 1643 : with some historical remarks on the Jesuits, and A vindication of the Protestant dissenters from disloyalty : also, A compleat history of the Papists late Presbyterian plot discovered by Mr. Dangerfield, wherein an account is given of some late transactions of Sir Robert Peyton. Habervešl z Habernfeldu, Ondřej.
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- THE PREFACE.
A TRUE RELATION OF THE POPISH-PLOT AGAINST King CHARLES I. AND THE Protestant Religion.
_ Sir WILLIAM BOSWELL's first Letter to the Arch-Bishop, touching this Plot. May it please your Grace,THe Offers (whereof your Grace will find a Copy) here enclos'd toward a farSuperscrib'd For your Grace.Endors'd by the Arch-Bishop with his own hand.Received Sept. 10 1640.Sir _ ANDREAS ab HABERNFELD's Letter to the Arch-Bishop, concerning the Plot revealed to him, written by him in Latin. Most Illustrious and most Reverend Lord,ALL my senses are shaken together as often as I revolve the Superscribed by Andreas ab Habernfeld, a Noble Bohemian, Dr. of Physick to the Queen of Bohemia,Illu _ The general OVERTURE and DISCOVERY of the PLOT, sent with Sir William Boswell's first Letter, and written in Latin. The King's Majesty and the Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury are to be secretly informed by Letters,1. The Arch-Bishops own Indorsement.Recieved Sept. 10. 1640.The Plot against the King. _ The Arch-Bishop of Canterburies Letter to the King, concerning the PLOT; with the King's Directions in the Margin, written with his own hand. May it please your Majesty,AS great as the Secret is which comes herewith, yet I choose rather to seReceived from the King, Sept. 16. 1640.The King's Answer to the Plot against him, &c. Superscrib'd b _ Sir William Boswel's second Letter to the Arch-Bishop. May it please your Grace,THis evening late I have received your Graces dispatch, with the enclosed fThe Arch-Bishop's Indorsement.Received, Sept. 30. 1640.Sir William Boswell his acknowledgement, that _ Sir William Boswell's third Letter to the Arch-Bishop. sent with the larger Discovery of the PLOT. May it please your Grace,UPon receipt of His Majesties Commands, with your Grace's Letters of 9, andThe Arch-Bishop's Indorsment.Received Octob. 14. 1640.Sir William Boswell in prosecution of the grea _ The large particular Discovery of the PLOT and Treason against the King, Kingdom, and Protestant Religion, and to raise the Scotish Wars, written in Latin. Most Illustrious and Reverend Lord,WE have willingly and cordially perceived, that our offers have bThe Arch-Bishops Indorsement with his own hand.Received, October 14. 1640.The Narration of the great
Historical Remarks ON THE JESUITS.
A VINDICATION OF THE Dissenting Protestants,
A Compleat HISTORY OF THE LAST PLOT OF THE PAPISTS, UPON THE Dissenting Protestants.
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