True account of the horrid conspiracy against the life of His sacred Majesty William III. King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, &c. Setting forth by whom it was contrived, how it was to be carried on, and the manner of its discovery.

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A true account of the horrid conspiracy against the life of His Sacred Majesty William III. King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, &c.: setting forth by how it was contrived ; how it was to be carried on ; and the manner of its discovery.

Published by authority. A True account of the horrid conspiracy against the life of His Sacred Majesty, William III, King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, &c.: setting forth by whom it was contrived, how it was to be carried on, and the manner of its discovery.

A true account of the horrid conspiracy against the life of His Sacred Majesty William III. King of England, Scotland, France and Ireland, &c.: Setting forth by whom it was contrived; how it was to be carried on; and the manner of its discovery.

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72 R. Blackmore, A true and impartial history of the conspiracy against the person and government of King William III (London, ), pp. 64–5. William R. WHEREAS His Majesty has received information upon Oath, that the Persons herein after named, have with divers other wicked and traiterous Persons entered into a horrid and detestable Conspiracy to assassi- nate and murder His Majesty's sacred Person, for wliich cause several 13 AssociATiox Oath Rolls: British Plantations.

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The Association was an instrument created after the failed Jacobite assassination plot of to pledge loyalty to William III of ed by Lord Somers on the Elizabethan Bond of Association, it placed intense pressure on nonresistant Tories in public life to acknowledge William as "rightful and lawful King".The Association was widely subscribed to by the public, extending well.

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"The Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts," was incorporated under William III. on the 16th day of of Juneand the first meeting of the society under its charter was the 27th of June of the same year.

Thomas Lord Bishop of Canterbury, Primate and Metropolitan of all England was appointed by his Majesty the first. Above all, on the day of the burial, a book of meditations and prayers on the principal events of Charles's reign was published. The book, entitled Eikon Basilike: The Portraiture of his Sacred Majesty in his Solitudes and Sufferings, was printed under the late king's name.

Alexander Gordon was the son of William Gordon of Earlston, the correspondent of Samuel Rutherford, and brother of Sir William Gordon, 1st Baronet of Earlston. Inhis father was on his way to join the Covenanters at Bothwell Bridge when he was shot by a gang of English dragoons and flung into a ditch.

Alexander was in the army of the Covenanters at Bothwell Bridge, and narrowly escaped. Trial of the Leaders of the First Jacobite Rebellion Trial. Charnock, Robert ?, Primary Defendant. The Tryals and Condemnation of Robert Charnock, Edward King, and Thomas Keyes, for the Horrid and Execrable Conspiracy to Assassinate His Sacred Majesty, K.

William, in Order to a French Invasion of This Kingdom. Who Upon Full Evidence Were Found Guilty of High-Treason, at the. (Sabatini, 33) His signature adorned the Act for the governing and retaining within this island, all such rebels convict, as by His most sacred Majesty’s Order or Permit, have been, or shall be transported from his European dominion to this place, which Henry Pitman referred to in his account.

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conspiracy against all the religions and governments of europe, carried on in the secret meetings of free masons, illuminati, and reading societies, collected from good authorities, by john robison, a. professor of natural philosophy, and secretary to the royal society of edinburgh.

nam tua res agitur paries cum proximo ardet. the fourth. Anglia Grata: or, a hearty-English-welcome to King William after a successful campaign [i.e.

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In the dawn of June 20th,immediately after the death of King William IV., the Archbishop of Canterbury (Dr. Howley) and the Lord Chamberlain (the Marquis of Conyngham) left Windsor for Kensington, to convey the tidings to his late Majesty’s successor. They reached the Palace about five o’clock in the morning, and knocked, rang, and beat at the doors several times before they could.

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The complaint that William III should have the book burned and the author executed met with a frosty response: “That I cannot do but, if you please, I will tell him what you say, and he shall Edition: current; Page: [xxx] put it into the next edition of his book.”72 A number of profoundly hostile English-language works, notably William King.

The sentence on traitors was pronounced as follows: "That the traitor is to be taken from the prison and laid upon a sledge or hurdle [in earlier days he was to be dragged along the surface of the ground, tied to the tail of a horse], and drawn to the gallows or place of execution, and then hanged by the neck until he be half dead, and then cut.

Though most historians rightfully scoff at Robison's charges of a Masonic conspiracy in the 's, they have not examined his accounts of his personal experiences in Ecossais lodges in the 's. The latter material is important for its insight into the Scottish-Jacobite traditions that were preserved in various European Masonic rites.

Treason pretended against the King of Scots by certaine lordes and gentlemen, whose names hereafter followe. With a declaration of the Kinges Maiesties intention to his last acts of Parliament: which openeth fully in effect of all the saide conspiracy.

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