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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)1. Dr. Tonges relation of the general massacre intended and plotted by the Papists: 2. Brought into Parliament by his direction and assistance: 3. Near the time of their prorogation, about the 22th. of June, 1678. by Richard Greene of Dilwin, in the county of Hereford, who first informed the doctor it.Date of publication:
1679Author(s):Description:Attributed to William Tong by Wing. Caption title. Place of publication from Wing; dated at end: May the 12th. 1679. Includes advertisement at foot of p. 8. Copy tightly bound. Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.This item contains 4 files (155.13 KB).Publicly Available
TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 1)The popish massacre as it was discovered to the honorable House of Commons, sitting in a grand committee for the suppression of popery, in the month of June 1678 at the time of the Parliaments prorogation / by Richard Greene ; or, the IV part of the present Popish Plot, farther discovered and demonstrated ; being part of Dr. Tonges collections on that subject, published for his vindication ; whereby it may appear, who were the inventers, and contrivers of this plot, and who the movers of the first discoveries of it, in which he is still a great sufferer and no plotter.Date of publication:
1679Author(s):Description:Appears on Reel 927:22 as Wing T1880 (cancelled in Wing 2nd ed.), and on Reel 1149:31 as Wing G1827. Reproduction of originals in Bodleian Library and Huntington Library.This item contains 4 files (807.24 KB).Publicly Available