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627. (HAMILTON, ANTHONY.] Memoirs of the court of Charles the

Second, by Count Grammont, with numerous additions and illustrations, as ed. by Sir Walter Scott.

lter Scott. Also: The personal history of Charles, including the king's own account of his escape and preservation after the battle of Worcester, as dictated to Pepys. Boscobel tracts, or, Contemporary narratives of His Majesty's adventures, from the murder of his father to the restoration. (Pt. 1-11 by T. Blount] Carefully edited, with additional illustrations. London,

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Charles the Second, king of Great Britain. After the manner of Mr. Bayle. Drawn from original writers and state papers. To which is added, an appendix of original papers, now first published. ... Lon

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memoires anglois & flamans. Cologne, 1686. 8, 358, 8 p. ports. 629a. HISTOIRE des révolutions d'Angleterre sous le règne de Jaques II

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at the request of a noble lord, and conveyed to him in letters, by
late secretary-interpreter to the Marquess of Louvois, who by that
means had the perusal of all the private minutes between England
and France for many years. The whole consisting of secret memoirs,
which have hitherto lain conceal'd, as not being discoverable by any
other hand. Publish'd from the original papers. By D. Jones, gent.
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Originally published, 1697. v. 2 covers the period 1688 to 1696 and concludes p. 67-359 with "The tragical history of the Stuarts from . 1086 to (1714.) 631. JUSSERAND, JEAN ADRIEN ANTOINE JULES. A French ambassador at

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632a. LAUDER OF FOUNTAINHALL, SIR John. Historical observes of mem

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Bannatyne club. 633. THE LAUDERDALE PAPERS. Ed. by Osmond Airy. London, 1884-85.

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641. MARVELL; ANDREW. An account of the growth of popery, and arbi

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State tracts, Charles II. 69-135. 692* *[MIEGE, GUY.] A relation of three embassies from His sacred Majestie

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649. PERWICH, WILLIAM. The despatches of William Perwich, English

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656. THE SECRET HISTORY of the court and reign of Charles the Second, by a

member of his privy council: to which are added introductory sketches
of the preceding period, from the accession of James I.; with notes, and
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657. STERN, ALFRED, ed. Briefe englischer flüchtlinge in der Schweiz.

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English history from contemporary writers.
659. THORESBY, RALPH. The diary of Ralph Thoresby (1677-1724.)

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659a. WILLIAM III. Original letters from King William III, then Prince

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660. WOOD, ANTHONY À. “Survey of the antiquities of the city of Oxford,"

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662. WORTHINGTON, John. The diary and correspondence of Dr. John

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663. [WRIGHT, JAMES.) A compendious view of the late tumults & troubles

in this kingdom, by way of annals for seven years: viz., from the
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