Henry Manning (spy)
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Henry Manning was a spy in the exiled court of Charles II at Cologne and Brussels. He reported back to John Thurloe, Cromwell's chief of counter-espionage. He was unmasked as a mole in 1655, prosecuted and executed by firing squad.
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