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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. 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. And the Boscobel tracts, or, Contemporary narratives of His Majesty's adventures, from the murder of his father to the restoration. [Pt. I-II by T. Blount] Carefully edited, with additional illustrations. London, 1846. 6, 546 p. front. (port.)
628. HARRIS, WILLIAM. An historical and critical account of the life of 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. ... London, 1766. 2 v.
629. HISTOIRE des évenements tragiques d'Angleterre et des derniers troubles d'Ecosse; contenant une relation des conspirations contre les rois Charles II & Jaques II, avec les principales circonstances de la vie & de la mort du Duc de Monmouth & du Comte d'Argile. Tirées de memoires anglois & flamans. Cologne, 1686. 8, 358, 8 p. ports. 629a. HISTOIRE des révolutions d'Angleterre sous le règne de Jaques 11 jusqu'au couronnement de Guillaume III. Amsterdam, 1689. 464, II p. 629b. HISTORICAL MANUSCRIPTS COMMISSION. Calendar of Stuart papers belonging to His Majesty the King, preserved at Windsor Castle, London, 1902-16. 6 v.
Most of the papers relate to the years after 1689.
630. JONES, D[AVID]. The secret history of White-hall, from the restoration of Charles II. down to the abdication of the late K. James. Writ 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. London, 1717. 2 v.
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 A French ambassador at the court of Charles the Second: le comte de Cominges, from his unpublished correspondence by J. J. Jusserand ... London, 1892. 259,  p. front., port.
632. KENNETT, WHITE, bp. of Peterborough. An historical register and chronicle of English affairs before and after the restoration of King Charles II. ... London, 1744. 938, 22 p.
632a. LAUDER OF FOUNTAIN HALL, SIR JOHN. Historical.observes of memorable occurents in church and state from October, 1680 to April, 1868. Edinburgh, 1840. 16, 328 p.
Edited by Adam Urquhart and David Laing.
633. THE LAUDERDALE PAPERS. Ed. by Osmond Airy. London, 188 3 v.
Camden soc. 2 ser. v. 34, 36, 38.
CONTENTS.-V. I. 1639-67. v. 2. 1667-73. v. 3. 1673-79.
A selection of documents from the Lauderdale mss. in the British museum.
634. [LEAKE, STEPHEN MARTIN.] Life of Captain Stephen Martin, 16661740; ed. by Clements R. Markham [London] 1895. 39, 223 p. pl.
Navy records soc. Publications. v. 5.
635. LEEDS, THOMAS OSBORNE, 1st duke. Copies & extracts of some letters written to and from the Earl of Danby (now Duke of Leeds) in the years 1676, 1677, and 1678. With particular remarks upon some of them. Pub. by His Grace's direction. London, 1710. I p. l., v-xiii, , 364 p.
636. LETTERS addressed to the Earl of Lauderdale. Edited by Osmund Airy. London, 1883. 2, 43 p.
Camden soc. 2 ser. v. 31.
637. LUTTRELL, NARCISSUS. A brief historical relation of state affairs, from September 1678 to April 1714. By Narcissus Luttrell Oxford, 1857. 6 v.
First ed. Printed from a ms. diary.
638. MACPHERSON, JAMES, comp. Original papers; containing the secret history of Great Britain, from the restoration, to the accession of the house of Hannover. To which are prefixed extracts from the life of James II. as written by himself. The whole arranged and published by James Macpherson ... London, 1775. 2 v. front. (port.) fold. geneal. tab.
Macpherson's History of Great Britain, London, 1775, covering the same period, was based upon the documents contained in this work.
"Life of James II from 1660 to 1698": v. 1, p. 16-262.
639. MAGALOTTI, LORENZO, conte. Travels of Cosmo the Third, Grand Duke of Tuscany, through England, during the reign of King Charles the Second, (1669) ... to which is prefixed a memoir of his life. London, 1821. 507 p. pl.
640. MARTYN, BENJAMIN. The life of the first earl of Shaftesbury, from original documents in the possession of the family, by Mr. B. Martyn and Dr. Kippis, now first published. Ed. by G. Wingrove Cooke ... London, 1836. 2 v. front. (port.)
641. MARVELL; ANDREW. An account of the growth of popery, and arbitrary government in England. More particularly from the long prorogation of November, 1675; ending the 15th of February, 1676, till the last meeting of Parliament, the 16th of July, 1677.
State tracts, Charles II. 69-135.
642.[MIEGE, GUY.] A relation of three embassies from His sacred Majestie Charles II to the great Duke of Muscovie, the King of Sweden and Denmark, performed by the Right Hoble the Earle of Carlisle in the years 1663 & 1664. Written by an attendant of the embassies London, 1669. 14, 461 p. front (port.)
643. NEWCOME, HENRY. The diary of the Rev. Henry Newcome, from September 30, 1661, to September 29, 1663. Ed. by Thomas Heywood ... [Manchester] 1849. 40, 242 p.
Chetham soc. 18.
644. NORTH, ROGER. Examen: or, An enquiry into the credit and veracity of a pretended complete history; shewing the perverse and wicked design of it, and the many falsities and abuses of truth contained in it. Together with some memoirs occasionally inserted. All tending to vindicate the honour of the late King Charles the Second, and his happy reign, from the intended aspersions of that foul pen. By the Honourable Roger North, esq. London, 1740. 8, 14, -692,  p. front. (port.)
Ed. by Montagu North.
A criticism of v. 3 of Complete history of England, by White Kennett. (v. 1-2 by other authors) 644a. NORTH, ROGER. The autobiography of the Hon. Roger North, ed. by Augustus Jessopp. London, 1887.  20, 288 p. pl., front. (port.) 645. ORRERY, ROGER BOYLE, Ist earl. A collection of the state letters of the Rt. Hon. Roger Boyle, the first earl of Orrery containing a series of correspondence between the Duke of Ormonde and his lordship, from the restoration to the year 1668. Together with ... the life of the Earl of Orrery. By the Rev. Mr. Thomas Morrice ... Dublin, 1743. 2 v.
Original edition London, 1742.
646. PARKER, [SAMUEL] bp. of Oxford.
Bishop Parker's history of his own time. In four books. Faithfully translated from the Latin original, by Thomas Newlin ... London, 1727. 2, 425  p. 647. PEPYS, SAMUEL. The diary of Samuel Pepys ed., with extensive additions, by Henry B. Wheatley ... Boston, c. 1892-1899.
9 v. fronts., pl., ports., fold. map, facsims., tables (partly fold.) 648. PEPYS, SAMUEL. Pepys' Memoires of the royal navy, 1679-1688; ed. by J. R. Tanner... [Oxford] 1906. 18, 131,  p. tables (1 fold.) Tudor & Stuart library.
649. PERWICH, WILLIAM. The despatches of William Perwich, English agent in Paris, 1669-1677, preserved in the foreign state papers of the Public record office, London; ed. for the Royal historical society by M. Beryl Curran. London, 1903. 20, 358 p.
Camden soc. 3 ser. v. 5.
650. PRIDEAUX, HUMPHREY. Letters of Humphrey Prideaux, sometime dean of Norwich, to John Ellis, sometime under secretary of state, 1674-1722. Ed. by Edward Maunde Thompson London, 1875. 13, 221 p.
Camden soc. 2 ser. v. 15.
Printed from additional ms. 28,929 in the British museum.
651. RAWLEIGH REDIVIVUS; or, The life and death of the Right Honourable Anthony, late earl of Shaftesbury. Humbly dedicated to the protesting lords. By Philanax Misopappas London, 1683. 8 p. 1., 88, 136,  p. front. (port.)
652. RERESBY, SIR JOHN. The memoirs and travels of Sir John Reresby, bart. The former containing anecdotes, and secret history, of the courts of Charles II. and James II. The latter (now first published) exhibiting a view of the governments and society in the principal states and courts of Europe during the time of Cromwell's usurpation. London, 1813. 12, 414 (i.e. 416),  p.
653. ROMNEY, HENRY SIDNEY, earl of. Diary of the times of Charles the Second by the Honourable Henry Sidney, (afterwards earl of Romney) including his correspondence with the Countess of Sunderland, and other distinguished persons at the English court; to which are added, letters illustrative of the times of James II. and William III., ed., with notes, by R. W. Blencowe... London, 1843. 2 v. front. (port.) fold. facsim., fold. tab.
654. SAVILE, HENRY. Savile correspondence. Letters to and from Henry Savile envoy at Paris, and vice-chamberlain to Charles II. and James II., including letters from his brother George, marquess of Halifax. Printed from a manuscript belonging to the Duke of Devonshire... Ed. by William Durrant Cooper London, 1858. 24,
Camden soc. v. 71.
655. SCOTLAND. LAWS, STATUTES, ETC. The laws and acts of the first Parliament, of ... Charles the Second ... Holden at Edinburgh ... Extracted and collected from the records of Parliament, by Sir Archibald Primerose ... Edinburgh, 1661-63. 118, 30, 44, 3 p. Separate t.-p. and paging for 2d and 3d sessions.
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 a supplement continuing the narrative in a summary manner to the revolution: by the editor... London, 1792. 2 v.
Ed. by Charles McCormick.
657. Stern, ALFRED, ed. Briefe englischer flüchtlinge in der Schweiz. Aus einer handschrift des Berner staats-archivs herausgegeben und erläutert ... Göttingen, 1874.
Contains letters by Cawley, Lisle, Ludlow, Ralfeson.
658. TAYLOR, W[ILLIAM] F. ... England under Charles II. From the restoration to the treaty of Nimeguen, 1660-1678; extracts from contemporary records, arranged and ed. by W. F. Taylor. London  11, 180 p., 1 1. front., pl., ports.
English history from contemporary writers.
659. THORESBY, RALPH. The diary of Ralph Thoresby (1677-1724.) Now first published from the original manuscript, by the Rev. Joseph Hunter ... London, 1830. 2 v. front. (port.)
659a. WILLIAM III. Original letters from King William III, then Prince of Orange, to King Charles II, Lord Arlington, &c. Translated, with an account of his reception at Middleburgh, and his speech upon that occasion. London, 1704. 16, 128 p. port.
Dedication signed, R. Sanderson.
660. WOOD, ANTHONY À. "Survey of the antiquities of the city of Oxford," composed in 1661-6, by Anthony Wood; ed. by Andrew Clark Oxford, 1889-99. 3 v. fronts., illus., fold. maps, plans, diagrs. Oxford historical soc. v. 15, 17, 37.
661. WOODCOCK, THOMAS. Extracts from the papers of Thomas Woodcock (Ob. 1695) Edited for the Royal historical society C. Moore Smith. London, 1907. Camden soc. 3 ser. v. 13. p. 49-89.
662. WORTHINGTON, JOHN. The diary and correspondence of Dr. John Worthington, master of Jesus College, Cambridge, vice-chancellor of the University of Cambridge ... edited by James Crossley, 1847-81. 3 v.
Chetham soc. 13, 36, 114.
663. [WRIGHT, JAMES.] A compendious view of the late tumults & troubles in this kingdom, by way of annals for seven years: viz., from the beginning of the 30th to the end of the 36th year of the reign of His late Majesty King Charles II ... By J. W. ... London, 1685. 8 p. 1., 209,  p.
664. WYNNE, WILLIAM, sergeant-at-arms. The life of Sir Leoline Jenkins .. ambassador and plenipotentiary for the general peace at Cologn