Charles the Second, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland

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All titles cited below were published in London, unless otherwise indicated.


Chapter 1
1.
Francis Eglesfield, Monarchy Revived ( 1661, repr. 1822), p. 1; Edward Chamberlayne , Angliae Notitia ( 1671), p. 123; references to the star occur in the poems by John Dryden, Astraea Redux, lines 288-9; by Abraham Cowley , Ode on His Majesties Restoration, stanza 1; and by Edmund Waller, On St. James's Park, line 128.
2.
CSPV ( 1629-32), p. 350.
3.
SP 16/168/64 and 169/50 (orders for ceremony); HMC Portland MSS, iii. 27 ( Conway to Harley family); CSPV ( 1629-32), p. 372; Francis Peck, Desiderata Curiosa ( 1736), ii. 36 ( Meddus to Meade); BL Harl. MS 791, fo. 40 (account of event).
4.
SP 16/172/81 and 234/83 (lists of personnel and expenditure).
5.
Sir Oliver Millar, Van Dyck in England ( 1982), pp. 60-1.
6.
SP 16/328/104 (letter from Duppa, clearly to Wyndham, in 1639), and see below, in 1645.
7.
CSPV ( 1632-6), p. 438, and ( 1636-9), pp. 288, 418; SP 16/392/60 (letter from Arundell).
8.
CSPV ( 1629-32), p. 350; SP 16/168, passim; Mary E. Green (ed.), Letters of Queen Henrietta Maria ( 1857), pp. 17-18 (to Madame St George).
9.
CSPV ( 1632-6), pp. 118, 445-7; HMC Cowper MSS, ii. 11-12 ( Chambers to King); SP 16/481/33 ( Queen of Bohemia to Roe).
10.
Letters of Henrietta Maria, pp. 17-18.
11.
Ibid.; HMC Cowper MSS, ii. 18 ( Goring to Coke).
12.
William Knowler (ed.), The Earl of Strafforde's Letters and Dispatches ( Dublin, 1740), ii. 57, 148, 166-7 ( Garrard to Strafford), and 174-5 ( Strafford to Newcastle); SP 16/387/62 ( Smith to Pennington); Sir C. H. Firth (ed.), Life of Newcastle ( 1886), pp. 9-10, 324-6.
13.
Life of Newcastle, pp. 326-30; BL Harl. MS 6988, fos. 97-106.
14.
Sir Henry Ellis (ed.), Ordinal Letters ( 1825), 1st ser., iii. 285-6.
15.
Both stories are in John E. B. Mayor, Two Lives of Nicholas Ferrar ( 1855), pp. 115-294.
16.
The fullest description of these negotiations is in Gordon Albion, Charles I and the Court of Rome ( 1935), ch. 2.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • Contents xiii
  • Illustrations xiv
  • I - Boyhood 1
  • 2 - The Exiled Prince of Wales 15
  • 3 - A King in Search of a Realm, 1649-1650 34
  • 5 - A King in Search of Quarters, 1651-1656 71
  • 6 - The Pensioner of Spain, 1656-1660 100
  • 7 - The Year of Restoration, 1660-1661 133
  • 8 - The Fight for the Settlements, 1661-1664 166
  • 10 - The Ministry of Arlington, 1688-1672 254
  • 11 - Charles's Second Dutch War, 1672-1674 287
  • 12 - The End of King Louis's War, 1674-1678 320
  • 13 - Collapse of a System, 1678-1679 357
  • 14 - The Quest for Men and Measures, 1679-1681 381
  • 15 - Towards a New Way of Ruling, 1681-1685 404
  • 16 - Conclusion: Monarch in a Masquerade 446
  • References 459
  • Notes 461
  • Index 543
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