The Golden apophthegms of his Royall Maiesty King Charles I. and Henry Marq. of Worcester

Publication Date1660
Remainderboth divine and morall, as they were delivered upon several occasions in the time of the late unhappy war between his Majesty and the old Parliament, wherein is observable, I. The witty sayings of the Marquess of Worcester, and his Majestys prudent answers thereunto. II. The notable expressions of the Marquesse upon his leaving a bag of gold ... III. His noble interpretation on the magpy that builded on the crown that was on the head of the effigies of King Edward that stoo over the gate of the castle at Carnarvan iu [sic] Wales. ... IIII. The pleasant conference between the Lord Marquess and the L. Gen. Fairfax. V. Some delightful discourse between the Marquess and his daughter the Countess of Glamorgan. VI. The honourable descriptiou [sic] of the royal oak by the Marquess, when his Majesty was playing at bowls on Ragland Castle Green. VII. Several remarkable passages between His Royal Majestie and the Marquesse touching Lebanon, Naboths Vine-yard, London, York, Lincoln, Troy, Ragland Castle, Naseby fight, Windsor, Alexander, Aristotle and the Lord John Somerset. Written by Tho. Bayly Dr. in Divinity Entred and published according to order
Extent8 p.
Publisherprinted by John Clowes, over against the lower pump in Grub-street

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