An Authentic History of the Cato-Street Conspiracy: With the Trials at Large of the Conspirators, for High Treason and Murder; a Description of Their Weapons and Combustible Machines, and Every Particular Connected with the Rise, Progress, Discovery, and Termination of the Horrid Plot. With Portraits of All the Conspirators, Taken During Their Trials, by Permission, and Other Engravings
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