Two contemporary manuscripts bearing on the death of Charles II of England

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Charles -- II, -- King of England, -- 1630-
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Subjects and Sovereigns: The Grand Controversy over Legal Sovereignty in Stuart England By Corinne Comstock Weston; Janelle Renfrow Greenberg Cambridge University Press, Read preview Overview The King's Servants: The Civil Service of Charles I, By G.

Aylmer Columbia University Press, Charles II (29 May – 6 February ) was King of England, Scotland, and was King of Scotland from until his Two contemporary manuscripts bearing on the death of Charles II of England book inand King of England, Scotland and Ireland from the Restoration of the monarchy until his death in Charles II was the eldest surviving child of Charles I of England, Scotland and Ireland and Henrietta Maria of : Charles I of England.

Physicians of Philadelphia two contemporary manuscripts bearing on the death of Charles II, and in describing them has taken the opportunity of reviewing the evidence. While freely quoting and agreeing with Crawfurd, he concludes that in modern terminology the post-mortem diagnosis would read: oedema of the brain, chronic.

Above: The original death warrant of King Charles I and the wax seals of the 59 commissioners, Location: British Parliament The above. It turned out, Charles also used Carlingford to intervene with several of his mistresses.

After his Restoration to the monarchy, Charles created the position in the Irish peerage for his friend. There are a number of letters to Carlingford from Charles II the papers in the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library at Yale University.

Charles suffered a sudden apoplectic fit on the morning of 2 Februaryand died aged 54 at am four days later at Whitehall Palace. The suddenness of his illness and death led to suspicion of poison in the minds of many, including one of the royal doctors; however, a more modern medical analysis has held that the symptoms of his final illness are similar to those of uraemia (a.

CHARLES II (). King of England, Scotland and Ireland. Letter Signed (Charles R' at the head) addressed to 'ye Clerke of Our Signet attending', 1 page folio, Whitehall, 10 May, 13 Charles II [].

With integral second leaf bearing the endorsement 'Hutchinson office of Cormorantes /. Highlights of the collection include: The Scone Choir Book, The Leyden Song Book, The Skene Manuscript and the Panmure Music Books.

English Clandestine Satire, Popular Culture, Entertainment and Information in the Early Modern Period. In late seventeenth-century England, verse took on two distinct characteristics: political verse.

He ruled over Scotland for two years before being deposed.

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That’s far from where Charles’ story ends, though, and he went on to be restored as ruler in As far as the history of England goes, it was a period of great tumult.

Here are 42 little-known facts about Charles II of England. The most famous prayer-book was given to Mary, Queen of Scots by her uncle, the Duc de Guise, when she was still betrothed to the Dauphin, the future Frances II.

It was created and beautifully illuminated in France in the second quarter of the 15th century. On blank pages and on the margins there are many notes, written by Mary herself.

King Charles II liked sex of that there is no doubt and this book goes into detail on Charles' numerous affairs and his long list of progeny.

At times portrayed as a sad sack, being taken advantage of by his numerous mistresses and courtiers The books is termed a historical work but reads more like a sordid novel/5(34). The descendants of Charles II of England, Stuart monarch of the Kingdom of England, Kingdom of Scotland and Kingdom of Ireland, are numerous; lines of his many illegitimate children exist to this Charles's wife Catherine of Braganza was barren, he stayed with her but had numerous of Charles's illegitimate children were born before his marriage.

Contemporary facsimile of the death warrant for Charles I Bound into A True Copy of the Journal of the High Court of Justice for the Tryal of K. Charles I London, printed by H.C. for Thomas Dring, John Emmerson Collection, RAREEMM /29 After seven years of civil war, Oliver Cromwell’s parliamentarian forces triumphed over the supporters.

Charles II and the Purchase of the Library of John Theyer. The last large group of medieval manuscripts entered the Old Royal library with the purchase of the collection of the antiquary John Theyer (v. d. ) of Cooper's Hill, Brockworth, Gloustershire. [CHARLES II.] Manuscript document, unsigned.

A contemporary transcription of Charles II’s 12 March grant of the Dominion of New England to James, Duke of York. 3 pages, folio, edges and creases repaired, costing portions of several words.

Docketed in a 17th century hand: “Copy of his Highness James Duke of York patent for lands in New. 49 ff., preceded by 3 paper flyleaves, apparently complete (collation i16, ii8, iii8, iv8, v8, vi2 [with ii used as lower pastedown]), on paper (watermark as found in Briquet, no.“Ecartélé au 1 à la Tour, au 2 à l’aigle, aux 3 et 4 au lion, et brochant sur le tout, l’écu d’Autriche”: paper from the Netherlands, Utrecht, ; Amsterdam, ; Rotterdam, Charles II (29 May – 6 February ) was king of England, Scotland, and was king of Scotland from until his deposition inand king of England, Scotland and Ireland from the Restoration of the monarchy until his death in Charles II was the eldest surviving child of Charles I of England, Scotland and Ireland and Henrietta Maria of France.

In the story was linked to the blank pages of Harley MSwhen William Harris wrote in his biography of Charles II that, ‘I know there is in the British Museum a blank paper, at the bottom of which, on the right hand, is written Charles P.

and on. The Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts Collection includes documents that date from A.D. Signature pieces in the collection include the inventory of the library of the monastery of St.

Victor de Marseille from A.D.

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and the Italian Documents collection donated by University of Rochester Professor Abraham Karp. Charles I of England was the second King of the then newly enthroned House of Stuart and had many descendants. He was the second surviving son of King James I of became heir apparent to the English, Irish and Scottish thrones on the death of his elder brother in Later, he married a Bourbon princess, Henrietta Maria of France, after a failed Spanish match.

Ogier, the Danish hero and enemy of Charlemagne, marries an English princess and becomes King of England, bearing a son by Morgan le Fee while he is shipwrecked on Avalon.

Detail of a miniature of Charlemagne at a table; and Aymon's sons on Bayard, from Poems and Romances (the 'Talbot Shrewsbury book'), France (Rouen), c. Royal 15 E. After Cromwell’s death, his career took a further twist: he helped to crush all parliamentary and army opposition in order to pave way for the return of Charles II.

It is hardly surprising that. & Ward, ), 83 (quoting manuscript notes of an anonymous Catholic who attended Southwell's trial). According to Janelle and his source, Southwell made this remark to the court after his conviction on a charge of being a Catholic priest within England, made treasonous by 27 Eliz.

cap. Part the First. A neatly written manuscript with a dedication in the manuscript to the Right Honourable Charles Lord Clifford signed by the author, written on ruled sheets of an exercise book, contemporary calf, ruled in gilt.

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See published versions held in the Rare Book. Charles II, King of England. Autograph letter signed from Charles II, King of England, Whitehall, to Sir William Temple, his ambassador in Holland [manuscript], October Folger Shakespeare Library: creatorOf: Charles II, King of England, Charter and proclamation of Charles II, King of England, Library of.

Charles I (19 November – 30 January ) was King of England, King of Scotland, and King of Ireland from 27 March until his execution in He was born into the House of Stuart as the second son of King James VI of Scotland, but after his father inherited the English throne in (as James I), he moved to England, where he spent much of the rest of his life.

Four or more generations of descendants of Charles II of England () if they are properly linked: 1. Charles II of England () 2.

James Scott, 1st Duke of Monmouth () 3. Charles Scott, Earl of Doncaster () 3. James Scott, Earl of Dalkeith () 4. Francis. death of Ethelred II of England () and accession of Edmund Ironside; on 23 April the English order of knighthood was founded, in King Charles II of England was crowned in Westminster Abbey and on 23 April was the first broadcast by an English monarch (King George V at the opening of the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley).

Comprising over early modern printed books bearing handwritten annotations, this collection offers rich evidence for studying the material history of reading.

The books collected here range in subject matter (from science and natural history to literature and philosophy), time period (–), and type of annotation (from scholarly commentary and cross-referencing to printers. In addition to the printed books and embroidered bindings described in last week’s post, the Folger also acquired 26 early modern manuscripts at the Robert S.

Pirie sale at Sotheby’s (New York) in early December They should be arriving at the Folger soon, and we are eager to accession them, catalog them, and get them into the hands of our readers. Spelman (–), one of the most important English antiquaries of the early modern period, was acquainted with Robert Cotton and a great collector of medieval documents and records; published in the year of his death, his De sepultura deprecates the act of requesting money for burial rites because, as the pamphlet's first sentence says.

An Oddly Modern Figure; Charles II. By Peter Stansky “First and foremost,” she tells us at the opening of “Royal Charles,” “this book has been a labour of love.

Charles II's.Charles was born on 29 Maythe eldest surviving son of Charles I. He was 12 when the Civil War began and two years later was appointed nominal commander-in-chief in western England.

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