Memoirs of the martyr king, being a detailed record of the last two years of the reign of His Most Sacred Majesty King Charles the First (1646-1648-9) By Allan Fea.

Author
Fea, Allan, 1860-1956 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London, New York, John Lane, 1905.
Description
xx, [1] p., 1 ., 277, [1] p. col. front., plates, ports., facsims., geneal. tables. 34 cm.

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  • "Of this work four hundred copies have been printed, of which three hundred and twenty-five are for sale in England and America."
  • Microfilm. 1 reel.
Contents
Introduction.--Diary.--Personal relics of the last days of King Charles the martyr.--The narrative of Dr. Michael Hudson.--Threnodia Carolina; or, Sir Thomas Herbert's Memoirs.--The narrative of Major Huntington.--The narrative of Sir John Berkeley.--The narrative of John Ashburnham.--The narrative of Sir Henry Firebrace.--The narrative of Colonel Edward Cooke.--Appendix: I. Colonel Edward Whalley's account of Charles I's escape from Hampton court palace, November 11, 1647. II. Colonel Hammond's letter to the Houses of Parliament concerning the attempted escape of Charles I from Carisbrooke castle, May 28, 1648. III. Extracts from Lilly's "Autobiography," and "Life and death of King Charles I."--Pedigrees.
LCCN
16009175
OCLC
10504248
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