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A Plot lately discovered for the taking of the Tower, by negromancie for the deliverance of the Archbishop, discovered by a mathematician in Southwarke, who after some serious debate with himself revealed the conspiracie to many eminent men : for which thirty Papists most inhumanely beset his house, and pursued him as far as Lambred upon Trent, where they most barbarously murdered him : some are taken, and lie in hold, to the mercy of justice.

Title:A Plot lately discovered for the taking of the Tower, by negromancie for the deliverance of the Archbishop, discovered by a mathematician in Southwarke, who after some serious debate with himself revealed the conspiracie to many eminent men : for which thirty Papists most inhumanely beset his house, and pursued him as far as Lambred upon Trent, where they most barbarously murdered him : some are taken, and lie in hold, to the mercy of justice.
Note:London : [s.n.], 1641
  
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Subject:Tower of London (London, England)
Subject:Conspiracy
Subject:Great Britain -- Church history -- 17th century
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