The three royall cedars or Great Brittains glorious diamonds, being a royal court narrative of the proceedings ... of ... Charles by the grace of God, King of Great Brittain, France and Ireland, His Highness Prince James Duke of York, and the most illustrious Prince. Henry Duke of Glocester. With a brief history of their memorable transactions ... since their too-much-lamented Fxile [sic] in Flanders, and the Lord Chancellour Hide, the Marquess of Ormond, the Earl of Norwich, the Lord Wentworth, the Lord Digby, and many other nobles and gentlemen, created lords of his Majesties privie-council. Also, the resplendent vertues appearing in these princely pearles, to the great joy of all loyal subjects ...
|Main Author:||Sanders, Edward, 17th cent.|
|Corporate Author:||Early English Books Online.|
printed for G. Horton, living near the three Crowns in Barbican,
Early English books online.
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