(1679). A just narrative of the hellish new counter-plots of the Papists, to cast the odium of their horrid treasons upon the Presbyterians: And under that notion, to involve many hundreds of the most considerable Protestant nobility and gentry in a general ruine. With an account of their particular intreigues [sic], carried on to insnare Mr. Blood, and several other considerable persons, with the happy discoveries thereof. London: printed for Dorman Newman, at the Kings-Arms in the Poultrey.MLA Citation
A Just Narrative of the Hellish New Counter-plots of the Papists, to Cast the Odium of Their Horrid Treasons Upon the Presbyterians: And Under That Notion, to Involve Many Hundreds of the Most Considerable Protestant Nobility and Gentry in a General Ruine. With an Account of Their Particular Intreigues [sic], Carried On to Insnare Mr. Blood, and Several Other Considerable Persons, With the Happy Discoveries Thereof. London: printed for Dorman Newman, at the Kings-Arms in the Poultrey, 1679.