An address given in to the late King James, by the titular Archbishop of Dublin [i.e. P. Russell]: from the general meeting of the Romish bishops and clergy of Ireland, held in May last, by that king's order. Wherein several things relating to the Popish designs upon these three kingdoms, are discovered. The original whereof was found in the late King James's closet, in the Castle of Dublin, at his leaving that city: and the copy whereof was found in the titular Archbishop's lodgings. Now publish'd with reflections on each paragraph.
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London : printed for Ric. Baldwin, in the Old Baily, 1690.
The titular Archbishop of Dublin is either Francis Marsh or Patrick Russell (both were archbishops of Dublin at the same time), but it appears unlikely that the address is genuine.
An anti-Jacobite tract.
Physical description: , 34 p. ; small and 4to
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