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Reliquiae sacrae Carolinae, or, The vvorks of that great monarch and glorious martyr King Charls the I : collected together, and digested in order, according to their several subjects, civil and sacred ...

Author: Charles, King of England; Samuel Browne; Roger Norton; Richard Royston
Publisher: Hague [i.e. London] : Printed by Samuel Browne [i.e. by R. Norton for R. Royston], 1650.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: Collected works
Letters (correspondence)
Speeches (documents)
Early works
History
False imprints (Publishing)
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles, King of England; Samuel Browne; Roger Norton; Richard Royston
OCLC Number: 3934978
Notes: The imprint is false. Actual place of publication, printer's and bookseller's names from Wing.
Page 359 incorrectly numbered as 55, p. 360 as 361, and p. 361 as 360.
Signatures: [par.]⁸ A-2D¹² 2E⁴.
With a portrait frontispiece of Charles I and a folding plate, bound in front of Eikon basilike, signed: Guil. Marshall sculpsit, representing Charles with the crown of thorns in his right hand.
Errata [par.]8v.
"Eikon basilike. The pourtraicture of His Sacred Majesty in his solitudes and sufferings" has a separate title page dated: MDCXLIX [1649]. Authorship of the Eikon basilike was originally attributed to Charles I, but according to Madan (p. 125-33) it was written by John Gauden who probably included some authentic writings of the king
"The papers which passed, first, between His Majesty and Mr. Alexander Henderson at Newcastle" has divisional title page; pagination and register are continuous, though the catchword "The" on p. [183] does not match the first word of p. 185, "For."
"His Majesties answer to a pamphlet, intituled, A declaration of the Commons of England in Parliament assembled" (caption title), pp.1-12, second count, begins new pagination on M9r; register is continuous
Description: [16], 280, 12, [4], 232, 235-360 [i.e. 361], [1] p., [2] leaves of plates (1 folded) : ill., port. ; 15 cm (12mo)
Contents: pt. 1. Several speeches delivered by His Majesty to the two houses at Westminster, and at other places since the beginning of this Parliament --
Fourty several messages for peace sent to the two houses, before and since the breaking out of this war, (whereof onely 21 were formerly printed together, and the rest which were then omitted, are now added) ... with two declarations written by His Majesty ... --
Letters written by His Majesty to several persons since the beginning of this Parliament heretofore published at several times, and now collected into one body. Together with those intercepted letters published by the Parl ... --
His Majesties answer to a pamphlet, intituled, A declaration of the Commons of England in Parliament assembled, expressing their reasons and grounds of passing the late resolutions touching no farther addresse or application to be made to the king --
pt. 2. Eikon basilike. The pourtraicture of His sacred Majesty in his solitudes and sufferings --
The papers which passed, first, between His Majesty and Mr. Alexander Henderson at Newcastle ... concerning church-government ... --
Diverse of His Majesties prayers --
Several things relating to His Majesties death.
Other Titles: Works of that great monarch and glorious martyr King Charls the I
VVorks of that great monarch and glorious martyr King Charls the I
Eikon basilike.

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