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Cragg, Robert (fl. 1682–1689), conspirator and rebel, made three journeys between London and the Netherlands, under the alias of John Smith, in March–April of 1685, carrying messages between the surviving whig opposition in England and the exiled duke of Monmouth, who was preparing his ill-fated rebellion of June–July 1685. These communications carried by ...

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Nelthorpe, Richard (d. 1685), conspirator and rebel, was the son of James Nelthorpe of the Charterhouse, London. Nelthorpe was admitted to Gray's Inn on 7 December 1669, and later became a member of the Green Ribbon Club. He supported Algernon Sidney's efforts to win a seat in the ...