The second part of the Royal oake: or, The royall pilgrimage of His sacred Majestie King Charles II. Communicating divers of His Maiesties persecutions, as well amongst his professed enemies as his pretended friends, perjured servants, and traiterous subjects. Wherein the eminent mercies of Almighty, God are found to be sacredly evident over his anointed person, through the desolate walks which he hath made, since the year of grace 1645, to this present year of his most joyful return, 1660. being full fiftteen years. Together with his deliverances from some late plots, practised as well immediatly against his sacred person, as at further distances, when opportunity should be offered; being the inventions of wicked men, whose fears had brought them into despair, which blessings and deliverances are marked by figures in the margent.
printed for G. Horton, living near the three Crowns in Barbican,
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