Association Oath Rolls

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After a plot to assassinate William III in 1696, an Act of Association required all office holders to take a solemn oath of association by which they vowed to help preserve King William III's person and government. The names of the oath‐takers in each parish, and in the livery companies of the City of London, are recorded in C 213 at The National Archives.

Subjects: Bibliography — History.

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