A true and plain declaration of the horrible treasons practised by William Parry ... being a papist, against Queen Elizabeth (of blessed memory,) because she was Protestant, and of his tryal, conviction, and execution for the same : being a full account of his design to have murthered the said Queen, with the copy of a letter written to him by Cardinal Como, by the Popes order, to incourage him to kill the Queen : and of his confession of his treason, both to the Lords of the Council, and at his tryal upon his indictment in Westmminster-Hall : together with his denyal thereof at the place of execution, and his manner of behaviour there : written in the year, 1584.
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