SMYTH, Mr. [William] Mr. Smyth’s Discovery of the Popish Sham Plot in Ireland, Contrived to Correspond with their Sham-Plot in England. By which it appears, that it has been the joynt Design of the Papists in both Kingdoms, to make People believe their Real Plot to be a Sham-Plot, and their Sham-Plot a Real Plot. Necessary for the Information of all His Majesties Protestant Subjects.
London: Printed for R. Baldwin, 1681. Folio. pp. 4. Recent quarter morocco on buckram boards. Paper fault to bottom right hand corner of first leaf, but with no loss of text. A very good copy. Very scarce.
COPAC locates 5 copies only. Wing M 2275. Sweeney 4751.
The Discourse that passed between one Father St. Laurence and William Smyth, Gent. at the said Smyth's Chamber, on or about the 7th Day of July, 1681, in the Kings-Arms Marshalsea, in Dublin. Signed at end: William Smyth. Caption title. Imprint from colophon.
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