William Godwin's Diary

Texts Godwin Read


Henshaw (9  August  1827) Author unknownA true account of the late bloody and inhumane conspiracy against His Highness the Lord Protector of this Commonwealth; for the subversion of the present government thereof, and an involving this nation in blood. Manifested by the examinations and confessions upon oath, of some of the principal conspirators themselves, as also by the depositions of several witnesses which were taken concerning the same. Published by special command. 1654
(Thomason Tracts)
WG's History of the Commonwealth cites:
True Relation of the Plot (7:76) (See annotation of WG's diary for 1827-08-07)
True Account of the Conspiracy (7:77)
WG reads in the British Museum on this date. All of the cited materials are currently held by the British Library.

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