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The Gunpowder plot, no political squabble. A true and faithful account of the trial, confession, and execution, at London, of Guy Fawkes and his accomplices, for conspiring to blow up the King and Parliament 5th November, 1605.

Publisher: York, H. Bellerby, 18[30]
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Genre/Form: Trials, litigation, etc
Named Person: Guy Fawkes; Robert Winter; Henry Garnet; Guy Fawkes; Henry Garnet; Robert Winter
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 54263358
Notes: Pamphlet.
Description: 16 p.
Responsibility: Extracted from the state trials and statutes at large.

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