History of England,
From the earliest Times,
Restoration of King CH À RL ES II.
Ć O Í Ľ E CTED
From the Records; the Rolls of Parliament, the JOURNALS
of both Houses, the Public LIBRARIES, Orignial ManU-
SCRITTs, scarce SPEECHES, and Tracts; all compared
with the several Conteniporary Writers, and connected,
throughout, with the History of the Times.
By SEVERAL HANDS.
THE SECOND EDITION.
IN TWENTY-FOUR VOLUMES,
From Sept. 30, 1648, to the Beheading of the King, the Diffolution of
the House of Lords, the Abolining of Monarchy, and the Commons
assuming to themselves the fuprene Authority of the Nation.
Printed for J. and R. TONSON, and A. MILLAR, in the
Strond; and W. SANDBY, in Fleet-strest.