Twenty-nine scenes in five rows, all labelled with explanations: the Fire of London; the denunciation of Titus Oates; murder of Edmond Berry Godfrey; execution of his murderers; Coleman paying ruffians to kill the King; Pickering's attempted regicide; Coleman writing letters which are conveyed to foreign parts; Redding attempting to corrupt Captain Bedlow who carries the letters; Redding pilloried; Everard imprisoned; execution of 5 jesuits; Ashby receiving insructions from Whitbread for the Society to offer Sir George Wakeman money; Ireland and Grove drawn to execution; Coleman drawn to execution; Sir William Waller burning Popish books; Pickering executed; Gifford and Stubs giving money to a maid to fire her master's house; Captain Berry and Alderman Brooks given money to cast the plot on the protestants; Dugdale reading letters relating to the plot; Whitbread made Provincial; Stafford's beheading. Photograph
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