The narrative of Col. Thomas Blood, concerning the design reported to be lately laid against the life and honour of his grace George Duke of Buckingham. :
Wherein Colonel Blood is charged to have conspired with Maurice Hickey, Philip le Mar, and several others, to suborn the testimony of Samuel Ryther and Philemon Coddan to swear buggery against the said Duke. Together with a copy of the information exhibited in the Crown-Office against the said Colonel Blood, Hickey, Le Mar, and the rest. Published for general satisfaction.
|Main Creator:||Blood, Thomas, 1618?-1680|
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London : printed by R. Everingham at the Seven Stars in Ave-Mary-Lane, MDCLXXX. 
With a preliminary imprimatur leaf.
Physical description: , 32 p. ; fol.
Citations/References: Wing (2nd ed.), N171
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