The royal oake, or, An historical description of the royal progress, wonderful travels, miraculous, escapes, and strange accidents of his sacred Majesty Chakles [sic] the II. third monarch of Great Brittain. Wherein is observable, and worth publick view, I. His Majesties strange and wonderful escape from Worcester fight .... II. The persuing of his royal person by Oliver Cromwell and his blood-hounds; and the manner how his Majesty escaped ... III. The memorable tragedy of Mrs. Jane Lane, and his Majesty, his riding before her to make an escape ... IIII. The discourse betwixt his Majesty and the cook-maid at the three Crowns in Bristol; her several questions ... VVith the Kings answer, and the remarkable passages, that happened in the kitchin, upon the maids imploying the King to winde up the jack.
printed for G. Horton, living near the three Crowns in Barbican,
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