FITZ-GERALD, Mr. John. The Narrative of Mr. John Fitz-Gerald, Late of the Order of St. Francis, in the Kingdom of Ireland. Wherein is Contained 1. Several things relating to the Irish Plot, Managed by Plunket the Titular Arch-Bishop of that Kingdom (and now committed to the Gaol of Newgate). 2. The Intrigue of Sympson Tonge, to Invalidate the Testimony of his Father Doctor Israel Tonge, Doctor Oates, and other of the King’s Evidence. 3. An Account of Captain Elie and their cursed Contrivance to undermine the Protestant Religion. 4. The strange and wonderful manner of his Conversion from Popery, with many other Remarkable Passages. All published for general Satisfaction. 113 London: Printed for Richard Janeway, 1681. pp. [vi], 30. Recent quarter calf on marbled boards. Very good. Extremely rare.
LIBC 2D Wing F 1074. Sweeney 1907. COPAC locates 1 copy only. Not in NLI.