The narrative of Mr. John Fitz-Gerrald, 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 goal 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 evidences. 3 An account of Captian Elie and their cursed contrivance ot undermnine the Protestant religion. 4 The strange and wonderful manner of his conversion from popery, with many other remarkable passages. All published for general satisfaction.
|Main Creator:||Fitz-Gerrald, John.|
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London : printed for Richard Janeway, MDCLXXXI. 
"To the reader" signed: H.P.
With a preliminary order to print.
Signatures: [A]²a1 B-H²I1.
Wanting page with order to print, 11 Oct., 1680. The tract relates also to John Crawley.
With page with order to print, 11 Oct., 1680.
Physical description: , 30 p. ; fol.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), F1074