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Making Gunpowder for Beginners By Aasif Mahmoud
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The Gunpowder Review 2011 By VonnieWinslow Crist
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A literary magazine featuring poetry, fiction, photography, and artwork from women with a Maryland focus. Published by Gunpowder Pen Women.
The Gunpowder Review 2010 By Vonnie Winslow Crist, Wendy Hellier Stevens
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The Gunpowder Review is an annual literary magazine that features the creative writing, photography, and art work of women. Published by Gunpowder Branch, National League of American Pen Women, The... More > Gunpowder Review strives for excellence, but still encourages beginning writers and artists.< Less
The Gunpowder Review 2010 By Vonnie Winslow Crist, Wendy Hellier Stevens
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The Gunpowder Review is an annual literary magazine that features the creative writing, photography, and art work of women. Published by Gunpowder Branch, National League of American Pen Women, The... More > Gunpowder Review strives for excellence, but still encourages beginning writers and artists.< Less
The True Gunpowder Treason and Plot By Michael Fitzalan
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The true story of the Gunpowder Treason and Plot, told for the first time. Events leading up to the 5th November show categorically that Robert Cecil was behind the scheme and that it was a... More > government plan to discredit and destroy the Catholic elite in England.< Less
Cecil's Gunpowder, Treason and Plot By Michael Fitzalan
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This is the true story of the Gunpowder Plot; read the facts, read the truth; know that you have been brainwashed by the Tudor Court's king of spin who went on to manipulate the Stuart court. James... More > was hoodwinked and encouraged to persecute Catholics, in order for Cecil to deal with the greater threat of Puritan rebellion.< Less
Loch Raven on the Gunpowder By Ronald Parks
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Photo book of the Loch Raven Dam and connecting pipe construction, which supplies water to the City of Baltimore.
Robert Cecil and The Gunpowder, treason and Plot By Michael Fitzalan
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Cecil was a consummate plotter who undermined enemies and helped his supporters, he himself wrote: “I spend my time in sowing so much seed as my poor wretched fingers can scatter, in such a... More > season as may bring forth a plentiful harvest. I dare boldly say no shower or storm shall mar our harvest except it should come from beyond the middle region." This was written just a fortnight before the discovery of poor Guy Fawkes. What does it mean? It is ambiguous, which is probably what Cecil wanted. I think it is a coded message proclaiming that nothing could stop his plot from succeeding except if those in his service, in the Midlands bungled their part; that is failed to kill all the Catholics hiding in the house. This must surely refer to the assassination of all those Catholic nobles who fled London. If they were dead, they could not protest their innocence. The sherif's men ambushed and destroyed anyone who might have told the truth. Might those 'plotters' have set the record straight?< Less
GUY FAWKES AND THE GUNPOWDER PLOT (aka Bonfire Night) By Cindy Wright, Cindy Wright
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Fawkes became synonymous with the Gunpowder Plot, the failure of which has been commemorated in the United Kingdom since 5 November 1605. His effigy is traditionally burned on a bonfire, commonly... More > accompanied by a firework display.< Less
22 Robert Cecil and the Gunpowder Treason and Plot By Michael Fitzalan
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The truth behind one of the oldest fictions in history can finally be told. The Catholics were in danger of wresting influence from Robert Cecil who had managed to remove Queen Elizabeth's... More > favourites and put himself at the forefront of political power. King James, easily influenced, especially by a pretty face, male or female, needed to be restrained, especially with his profligate spending. Cecil had three goals, therefore: remove the Catholic nobility; limit Puritan influence and endear himself to the king by becoming even more favoured than the pretty boys at court, the most influential of them had saved James's life. The Puritans were dealt with by the king at 'The Hampton Court Conference' and that left the Catholics and the pretty boys. If he could only hatch a plot to discredit the Catholics and save the king at the same time, he would remove any potential opposition and earn the king's undying gratitude, put him above all others in the king's estimation. So he did!< Less