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Author Bury, John Capt.

Title A true narrative of the late design of the papists to charge their horrid plot upon the Protestants. By endeavouring to corrupt Captain Bury and Alderman Brooks of Dublin, and to take off the evidence of Mr. Oats and Mr. Bedlow, &c. As appears by the depositions taken before the Right Honourable Sir Joseph Williamson, knight, one of His Majesties late principal secretaries of state; and the several examinations before Sir William Waller, knight, one of His Majesties justices of the peace. Published for general information.

Published London : printed for Dorman Newman at the Kings Arms in the Poultrey, 1679.

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Physical description [4], 16 p. ; 32 cm. (fol.)
Notes The first leaf bears an attestation signed: William Waller which reads: "This narrative of the late design ... William Waller. March 29. -79.".
Signatures: [A]² B-E².
Wing says "2 settings". Setting 1: the "B" of signature-mark B1 is under the "th" of "this". Setting 2: the "B" is under the "ve" in "believe".
Caption title: The depositions of Captain Bury.
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Local note SpC/BX copy is setting 1. It is no. 1 in a collection of Popish Plot pamphlets.
SpC/BX copy with: Oates, Titus. A true narrative of the horrid plot and conspiracy of the popish party against the life of His sacred Majesty, the government, and the Protestant religion ... London : printed for Thomas Parkhurst, and Thomas Cockerill, 1679 -- Everard, Edmund. The depositions and examinations of Mr. Edmund Everard (who was four years close prisoner in the Tower of London) concerning the horrid Popish Plot against the life of His Sacred Majesty, the government, and the Protestant religion. London : printed for Dorman Newman, 1679 -- Prance, Miles. A true narrative and discovery of several very remarkable passages relating to the horrid Popish Plot. London : printed for Dorman Newman, 1679 -- Smith, John. The narrative of Mr. John Smith ...containing a further discovery of the late horrid and popish-plot. London : Robert Boulter, 1679 -- M. D. A true relation of a devilish attempt to fire the town of Barnet in the county of Hartford, on Thursday the 16th of this instant October 1679. London : Jonathan Robinson, 1679 -- The information and examination of a smith and his journeyman, committed to Newgate by Sir William Turner knight, for conspiring the death of the King. [London? : s.n., 1680] -- The Popish Plot : taken out of several depositions made and sworn before the Parliament. [London? : s.n., 1680?] -- England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. The reasons and narrative of proceedings betwixt the tvvo Houses ; which were delivered by the House of Commons, to the Lords at the conference touching the trial of the Lords in the Tower. On Monday the 26th. of May, 1679. London : [s.n.], printed in the year, 1679 -- Bedloe, William. The excommunicated prince, or, The false relique. London : Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, D. Newman, Tho. Cockerill, and Tho. Simmons, 1679 -- Bromwich, Andrew. The trial, conviction and condemnation of Andrew Brommich and William Atkins, for beiug [i.e. being] Romish priests, before the Right Honourable the Lord Chief Justice Scroggs, at summer assizes last at Stafford held there for the county of Stafford; where they received sentence of death accordingly. Together with the tryal of Charles Kern, at Hereford assizes last for being a Romish priest. London : printed for Robert Pawlett, at the Bible in Chancery-lane, 1679 -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). The London gazette: published by authority. From Thursday October 31. to Monday November 4. 1678 : Whitehall Octob. 31. His Majesty has been pleased to cause the following proclamations to be published, commanding all persons being popish recusants or so reputed, to depart from the cities of London and Westminster, and all other places within ten miles of the same. [London : Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy, 1678] -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). The London gazette: published by authority. From Monday November 11. to Thursday November 14. 1678 : Whitehall Nov. 12. His Majesty has been pleased to cause His Royal proclamation to be issued, for the confinement of popish recusants within five miles of their respective dwellings -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). By the King. A proclamation for the discovery and apprehending all popish priests and Jesuits. London : printed by John Bill, Christopher Barker, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, 1678 -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). By the King. A proclamation for the further discovery of the late horrid design against His Majesties sacred person and government. London :printed by John Bill, Christopher Barker, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, 1678 -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). At the court at Whitehall, this sixth day of December, 1678. Present, the Kings most excellent Majesty. ... Mr. Speaker. Whereas His Majesty and this board are informed of the bold and open repair made to several places,... for the hearing of Mass,... London : Printed by John Bill, Christopher Barker, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills ...,1678.
SpC/BX copy with: England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II)The London gazette: published by authority. From Thursday January 9. to Monday January 13. 1678 : Whitehall Jan. 11. His Majesty has been pleased to cause his Royal Proclamation to be issued, commanding the immediate return of all his Majesties subjects who are in any foreign seminaries, and forbidding relief to be sent to them. [London : Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy,1678] -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II) The London gazette: published by authority. From Monday February 3. to Thursday February 6. 1678 : At the court at Whitehall, January the seventeenth, 1678/9. Present the Kings most excellent Majesty ... There having been lately presented by the justices of the peace, six queries to His Majesty in council, viz. ... [London : Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy, 1678] [i.e. 1679] -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). By the King. A proclamation about dissolving this present Parliament, and the speedy calling a new one. London :printed by John Bill, Christopher Barker, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, printers to the Kings most excellent Majesty, 1678/9. [i.e. 1679] -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). At the court at Whitehall, the one and thirtieth of January, 1678/9. Present, the Kings most excellent Majesty... Master of the Ordnance. Whereas His Majesty hath received complaint in council, that several justices of the peace of several counties,... London : printed by John Bill, Christopher Barker, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, printers to the Kings most excellent Majesty, 1678/9. [i.e. 1679] -- England and Wales bSovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). The London gazette: published by authority. From Thursday March 27. to Monday March 31. 1679 : Whitehall March 28. His Majesty has been pleased to cause his royal proclamation to be issued, for a general fast. [London : Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy, 1679] -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). By the King. A proclamation for dissolving this present Parliament and declaring the speedy calling of a new one. London : printed by John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, 1679 -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). The London gazette: published by authority. From Monday September 8. to Thursday September 11. 1679 : His Majesty has been pleased to cause his royal proclamation to be issued, for the apprehending of certain persons therein named, acused of high treason. [London : Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy, 1679] -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). The London gazette: published by authority. From Thursday October 30. to Monday November 3. 1679 : His Majesty has been pleased to cause his royal proclamation to be issued, for the more effectual and speedy discovery and prosecution of the Popish Plot. [London : Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy, 1679] -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). The London gazette: published by authority. From Thursday November 13. to Monday November 17. 1679 : Whitehall, Nov. 13. His Majesty has been pleased to cause his royal proclamation to be issued, for the more effectual discovery of Jesuites, and of all estates belonging to them, or to any Popish priest, Colledge, Seminary, or other Popish and superstitious foundation. [London : Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy, 1679] -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). By the King. A proclamation commanding all papists, or reputed papists, forthwith to depart from the cities of London and Westminster, and from within ten miles of the same. London : printed by John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, printers to the Kings most Excellent Majesty, 1679 -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). The London gazette : published by authority. From Thursday December 11. to Monday December 15. 1679 : Whitehall Dec. 11. This day was published His Majesties proclamation for proroguing the parliament till the eleventh of November next. As likewise another against tumultuous petitions, both which follow. [London : Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy, 1679] -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). At the court at Whitehall, December the nineteenth 1679. Present, the Kings most Excellent Majesty, His Highness Prince Rupert... Mr. Seymour. His Majesty being willing, by all means, to provide that no papists, or suspected papists may be harboured,... London : printed by John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, 1679 -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). Whitehall, Decemb. 21. His majesty has been graciously pleased to cause his royal proclamation to be issued for the more effectual suppressing of popery. [London : Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy, 1679] -- Scotland. Privy Council. The London gazette: published by authority. From Thursday May 8. to Monday May 12. 1679 : Edinburgh May 12. A horrid murther having been yesterday committed upon James, late Archbishop of St. Andrews, Primate and Metropolitan of the Kingdom, the following proclamation has been ordered by His Majesties Privy Council to be published, for the apprehending of the assasinates. [London : Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy, 1679] -- Scotland. Sovereign (1649-1685 : Charles II). A proclamation against the resset of the rebels, and for delivering them up to justice. [London] : Edinburgh, printed by the heir of Andrew Anderson, printer to His most sacred Majesty, anno Dom. 1679. Reprinted for Andrew Forrester, in King-street VVestminster, [1679] -- Scotland. Sovereign (1649-1685 : Charles II). By the King. A proclamation. Charles R. Charles the Second, by the grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. To all and sundry our good subjects whom these presents do or may concern, greeting: we having, with the advice and consent of our Parliaments, past so many Acts in favour of the Protestant religion, against field-conventicles,... [London] : Edinburgh, printed by the heir of Andrew Anderson, printer to His most sacred Majesty. Anno Dom. 1679. Re-printed at London, [1679] -- Scotland. Privy Council. The London gazette. Printed by authority. From Monday February 23. to Thursday February 26. 1679. A letter to His Majesty from His Privy Council in Scotland. [London : Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy, 1680] -- Ireland. Lord Lieutenant (1677-1685 : Ormonde). Dublin, March 10. Here has been published a Proclamation for the suppressing the Tories, setting forth: Whereas the number of Tories and robbers is much increased, in the province of Ulster, and some other parts of this Kingdom ... [London ?: Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy,?], [1679] -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). Whitehall, Nov. 9. His Majesty being come this morning in his royal robes with the usual solemnity, into the House of Lords, and the House of Commons being sent for up, His Majesty made a most gracious speech to the Two Houses, which follows ... [London? : Printed by Thomas Newcomb in the Savoy?, 1679] -- England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II). His Majesties gracious speech to both Houses of Parliament, at their prorogation, on Monday the 26th of January 1679/80. London : printed by John Bill, Thomas Newcomb, and Henry Hills, 1679/80. [i.e. 1680] -- The King's speech to the Lords before the proroguing the Parliament [manuscript] [17--?] -- On the Parliament [manuscript] Answer. On the Commons. [17--] -- Scroggs, William. The Lord Chief Justice Scroggs his speech in the Kings-Bench the first day of this present Michaelmas term 1679. London : printed for Robert Pawlet , 1679 -- A rejoynder to the reply concerning the peerage and jurisdiction of the Lords spiritual in Parliament, [et]c. London : printed by A.G. and J.P. for Jonathan Edwin, 1679 -- Lewis, David,Saint. The last speech of Father Lewis, who was executed at Hereford the last Assizes. [London : s.n., 1679] -- A faithful compendium, of the birth, education, heroick exploits & victories of His Royal Highness the Illustrious Prince James, Duke of York. As also the full and just account of his kind reception, and high entertainment by the Scotch nobility at Edenburgh, the metropolitan city of Scotland. [London : s.n., 1679?] -- Gibbon, John. Day-fatality, or, Some observations of days lucky and unlucky. [London? : s.n., 1679?] -- To His Royal Highness the Duke, upon his arrival. [London : s.n., 1679] -- Pereat papa, or, Reasons why a presumptive heir, or popish successor should not inherit the Crown. [London? : s.n., 1681] -- Gentlewoman. An ansvver to Pereat Papa: or, A reply by way of letter from a gentlewoman to a person of quality. [London? : s.n., 1681] -- True patriot. Great and weighty considerations relating to the D, or successor of the Crown, humbly offer'd to the Kings Most Excellent Majesty and both Houses of both Houses of Parliament. [London : s.n., 1679] -- A Plea to the Duke's answers. [London? : s.n., 1680] -- True Englishman. Fiat justitia & ruat cœlum, or, Somewhat offer'd in defence of the imperial crown of England and its successor. [London : s.n., 1679?] -- A letter to a friend : reflecting upon the present condition of this nation, and demonstrating an exclusion of His Royal Highness from the succession, to be unlawful and unjust. [London : s.n., 1680?] --
SpC/BX copy with: J. B. Some reflections upon the Earl of Danby, in relation to the murther of Sir Edmondbury Godfrey : In a letter to a friend. [London : s.n., 1679] -- Christian, Edward. Reflections upon a paper intituled, Some reflections upon the E. of Danby :in relation to the murder of Sir Edmund-bury Godfrey, in a letter to a friend. London : Printed for Freeman Collins, 1679 -- An ansvver to the Earl of Danby's paper touching the murther of Sir Edmondbury Godfrey. [London : s.n., 1680?] -- J. B. 2A compleat and true narrative of the manner of the discovery of the Popish Plot to His Majesty, by Mr. Christopher Kirkby : with a full answer to a late pamphlet entituled (Reflections upon the Earl of Danby) relating to the murther of Sir Edmundbury Godfrey, in a letter to a friend. London : Henry Million, 1679 -- Some particular matter of fact relating to the administration of affairs in Scotland under the Duke of Lauderdale. [London? : s.n., 1679?] -- Oates, Titus. Articles of high misdemeanour humbly offered and presented to the consideration of His Sacred Majesty, and the right honourable the Lords and others of His Majesties most honourable Privy Council, against Sir William Scroggs, Knight, Lord Chief Justice of His Majesties court of Kings Bench, Westminster, as followeth. [London : printed for Richard Janeway, 1680.] -- An ansvver to a letter from a freeholder of Buckingham-shire: to a friend in London, concerning the election of the knights of the said county. [London? : s.n., 1679] -- F. K. The present great interest both of king and people. [London? : s.n.,1679] -- J. B. A letter from J.B. alias Oldcutt, to his friend Mr. Jenks. [London : s.n., 1679] -- Clarendon, Edward Hyde. Two letters written by the Right Houourable [i.e. Honourable] Edward, Earl of Clarendon, late Lord Chancellour of England : one to His Royal Highness the Duke of York, the other to the Dutchess, occasioned by her embracing the Roman Catholick religion. [London? : s.n., 1680?] -- The humble address and advice of several of the peeres of this realm for the sitting of the Parliament. : Presented to His Majesty at White-Hall, the 7th of December, 1679. London :[s.n.], 1679 -- The humble address and petition of several peers of this realm to His Majesty of Sacred memory, King Charles the First, 1640. [London? : s.n.,1680] -- Jencks, Francis. Mr. Francis Jenk's speech spoken in a common hall, the 24th of June 1679 : for which he hath been ever since maligned and scandalized by the Papists and their abetters. [London : s.n.,1679] -- A proposal of union amongst Protestants, from the last-will of the most reverend Doctor Sands sometime Archbishop of York; (as the sentiment of the first reformers) humbly presented to the Parliament. [London : s.n., 1679] -- Merke, Thomas. The Bishop of Carlile's speech in Parliament, concerning deposing of princes : thought seasonable to be published to this murmuring age. London : [s.n.], 1679. -- Worthy member of Parliament. A time-serving speech spoken once in season. London : [s.n.], printed in the year. 1680 -- A letter from the Devil, to the Pope and his prelates,vvritten at the beginning of the Reformation, and now published for the confirmation of Protestants, and confusion of papists. [London? : s.n., 1679] -- News from Heaven: or A dialogue between S. Peter and the five Jesuits last hang'd, viz. Thomas White, aliàs Whitebread, Provincial of the Jesuits in England. William Harcourt, aliàs Harrison, pretended Rector of London. John Gavan, aliàs Gawen. Anthony Turner. John Fenwick, procurator for the Jesuits in England. [London? : s.n., 1679] -- Haines, Richard. A profitable method compiled for the benifit of all indigent people, so effectually drawn into a modell, the like before has not been exposed to this our English-nation: wherein is particularized, the several orders and degrees, for the promotion of the linnen manufacture ... [[London] :With allowance, London printed for D.M.,1679] -- A coffee-house dialogue, or, A discourse between Captain Y--- and a young barrester of the Middle-Temple : with some reflections upon the bill against the D. of Y. [S.l. : s.n., 1679?] -- A hue and cry after the reasons which were to have been given on Thursday September 18. 1679. to the lieutenancy, by Sir. T.P. and others. Printed at London : [s.n.], 1679 -- Tom, the joyner. The Ripping-up of Sir John Presbyter's garment, or, The Ground-work of schism laid open to all true Protestant readers, &c. [London : s.n., 1679] -- Harrington, James. The benefit of the ballot, with the nature and use thereof : particularly in the Republick of Venice. [London ? : s.n., 1680?] -- England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons. A list of one unanimous club of voters in his Majesties Long Parliament, dissolved in 78. [London? : s.n., 1679?] -- A New-Years-gift for the Lord Chief in Justice Scggs. Being some remarks on his speech made the first day of Michaelmas term, 1679. Also, an abstract of the oath of a judge, indorso claus de anno 20° Edv. Tertii pa. prima. [London : s.n., 1679] -- An Answer to the reflections on the five Jesuits speeches, or, General rules of Christian charity : together with the speech of Henry IV, King of France, in behalf of the Jesuits. [London? : s.n., 1679] -- The new fashion'd priest, or, A poet's complaint for his being (by mistake) apprehended : with some short advice, &c. [London? : s.n., 167-?] -- A passionate satyr upon a devillish great he-whore that lives yonder at Rome. [London : s.n., 1675?] -- Bradshaw's ghost : a poem, or, A dialogue between John Bradshaw, ferry-man Charon, Oliver Cromwel, Francis Ravilliack, and Ignatius Loyola, 1660. [London ?] : [s.n.],[1660?] -- Wild, Robert. Oliver Cromwells ghost, or, Old Noll newly revived. [London? : s.n., 1678?] -- An essay upon satyr [manuscript]. [17--?] -- Nabaoths vineyard [manuscript] [17--?] -- Some of the most material errors and omissions in the late printed tryals of the Romish priests at the Old-Baily, Jan. 17, 1679. [London : s.n., 1680] -- Strafford, Thomas Wentworth. 3An impartial account of the arraignment, trial & condemnation of Thomas late Earl of Strafford, and Lord Lievtenant of Ireland, before the Parliament at Westminster, Anno Dom. 1641. London : Joseph Hindmarsh, 1679 -- The Second part to the same tune; or, An Answer to the lady of qualities popish ballad of the Popish Plot. [London : s.n., 1679 or 1680?] -- Lady of quality. A ballad. The third part, to the same tune. [London? : s.n., 1679?] -- The coat of arms of Sir John Presbyter. London : [s.n.], printed in the year, MDCLXXVIII -- Englands obligations to Captain William Bedlowe, the grand discoverer of this most horrid plot. London : Th. Dawks,1679 -- The Wiltshire ballad: or, a new song compos'd by an old cavalier ... London : [s.n.], printed in the year, 1680 -- Learned and truly loyal gentleman. The excellency of monarchy : a panegyrick, written anno 1658. [London : s.n., 1685?] -- Blundell, Nicholas. Blundel the Jesuit's letter of intelligence, to his friends the Jesuites at Cambray, taken about him when he was apprehended at Lambeth, on Munday the 23th of June 1679. [London : s.n.], Printed in the year 1679 -- A Letter from a minister of the Church of England : communicated to the right honourable the lord mayor, relating to Thomas White, alias Whitebread, who was lately executed for high-treason. [London : s.n.,1679?]
Other author Brooks, William, Alderman of Dublin
Waller, William, Sir, d. 1699.
Subject Oates, Titus, 1649-1705 -- Early works to 1800
Bedloe, William, 1650-1680 -- Early works to 1800.
Popish Plot, 1678 -- Early works to 1800.
Great Britain -- History -- Charles II, 1660-1685 -- Early works to 1800.
Variant Title Depositions of Captain Bury
Local author Newman, Dorman Bookseller.
Local series Popish Plot pamphlets ; no. 1