The royal chronicle: wherein is contained, an historical narration of His Majesties Royal progress; the princely cabinet laid open, with an embleme to Great Brittain; the peoples diadem, proceeding from the ornament and crown of their gracious Lord and soveraign; the incomparable studies of His Majesty in the government of Kings, to the admiration of all forreign princes; and His Majesties leige people within these His realms and dominions; His great endowments aud [sic] experience, in religion, law, and governments; His mercy rejoycing over justice, and his justice cutting out work for his mercy; His gracious pardon to offenders, and His Christian speech to the London ministers.
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printed for G. Horton, living near the three Crowns in Barbican,
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