A great discovery of a damnable plot at Rugland castle in Monmoth-shire in Wales related to the High Court of Parliament, by Iohn Davis, November the 12. 1641. The chiefe actor being the Earle of Worcester, wherein is discovered the number of horses, men, powder, match and shot by them prepared, with the places where they are, and the danger wee were in, had not God by his mercy protected us. With certaine quæres presented to the High Court of Parliament concerning such wicked designes. As also, the reasons wherefore the House of Commons gave strict command, that there should be a strong watch set about the Earle of Worcesters house, and the French ambassadors. Wherennto [sic] is annexed, the true relation of a damnable plot which was discovered on tuesday last, by a religious man intended against the High Court of Parliament.
|Main Author:||Davis, John, Servant to Mistris Lewis.|
|Corporate Authors:||Early English Books Online.|
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