A wonderfull discoverie of a terrible plot against Hutl [sic]: by the designes of the Lord Digby, many papists, and others, of the malignant party. Declaring the manner how the two ships loaden with great store of ammunition of armes, came under a pretended colour of merchants ships from the Indies, and how they would have executed their plot that night against Hull. Also how by the providence of God, they were discovered and apprehended. Lastly, the true relation, how five men in disguise would have entred into Hull as being a committee appointed by the Parliament to sit at York. Having 100. horse and 500 foot lying in ambush, to have seized upon the towne as soon as the gates had beene opened. With Irish depositions by His Majesties commission, and an extract of a letter sent from Isidores Coll. in Rome, 4. January 1641.
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
|Other Authors:||O'Connor, Bonaventura., Puttock, Roger.|
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