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Fea, Allan, 1860-1956.
Flight of the king.
London, Methuen & Co. 
|Named Person:||Charles, King of England; Charles, King of Great Britain; Charles, King of England|
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|Description:||xxiii, 331 pages including illustrations, plates, portrait, map, facsimile, folded genealogical tables, frontispiece, portraits 23 cm|
|Contents:||pt. I. An historical tour from Worcester to Shoreham.--
pt. II. Tracts: no. 1. A true narrative and relation of His Majestys miraculous escape from Worcester on the 3d of September 1651. Till his arrival at Paris. Printed at London for G. Colborn. 1660. no. 2. A summary of occurrences, relating to the miraculous preservation of our late soveriegn lord, King Charles II. after the defeat of his army at Worcester in the year 1651. Faithfully taken from the ... testimony of ... Thomas Whitgrave ... and Mr. John Huddleston ... London, Printed by H. Hills, 1688. no. 3. Extract from Dr. George Bate's "Elenchus motuum nuperorum in Angliâ". 1662-3. no. 4. Captain Alford's narrative. no. 5. The last act in the miraculous storie of His Mties. <King Charles the Second> escape, being a true and perfect relation of his conveyance, through many obstacles and after many dangers to a safe harbour out of the reach of his tyranicall enemies, by Colonell Gounter.
|Responsibility:||by Allan Fea; with numerous sketches & photographs by the author & 16 portraits in photogravure.|