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Context of A chronicle of the kings of England. : From the time of the Romans government, unto the death of King James. Containing all passages of state and church, with all other observations proper for a chronicle., Faithfully collected out of authors ancient and modern; and digeste into a method, by Sir Richard Baker, Knight. Whereunto is added, the reign of King Charles the First, and the first thirteen years of His sacred Majesty, King Charles the Second, that now reigneth. ... and likewise the most remarkable occurrences relating to His Majesties most happy and wonderful restauration, by the prudent conduct, ... of George late Duke of Albemarle, ... as they were extracted out of His Excellencies own papers, and the journals and memorials of those imploy{u2019}d in the most important and secret transactions of that time. All which additions are revised in this seventh impression, and freed from many errors and mistakes of the former editions
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