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CUIEFLY OF THE
- LAST AND TWO PRECEDING
ILLUSTRATED BY ENCRAVINGS.
Indocti discant, et ament meminisse periti.
THE FIFTH EDITION.
IN FOUR VOLUMES.
PRINTED FOR T. CADELL AND W. DAVIES,
IN THE STRAND.
W. Flint, Printer, Old Bailey..
PN626 54 1804 via
CHARLES THE SECOND.
"Had this King but loved business as well as
strode, that during his exile he had seen many countries, of which none pleased him so much as that of the Flemings, who were the most honeft and true-hearted people he had ever met with: and then added, “ I am weary of travel" ling, I am resolved to go abroad no more; but
when I am dead and gone, I know not what “ my brother will do; I am much afraid that “ when he comes to the throne he will be obliged “ to travel again." . .
An Address being once presented from the City to this Monarch by the Lord Mayor, attended by Sir Robert Clayton, Mr. Bethell, and Mr. Cornish, the King returned an answer by the Lord Chancellor, which concluded thus:
« The King doth not believe this to be fo una“nimous a vote of the City as is pretended; and “ he commands me to tell you, that if he did be" lieve it were so, as he does not) that you have " meddled with a thing which is none of your « businefs;" and so dismissed them;- Me. " moirs of the Reign of Charles the Second, by “ Sir Richard Bulstrode, Refident at Brussels, to “ the Court of Spain from Charles, the Second."
Lockhart, the Author of “ The Memoirs," wrote with his own hand the following narrative in his copy of Lord Clarendon's." Hiftory of " the Rebellion."