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/. BROADSIDES, ETC.

Caroli Second: Regus Magne Britannise als Jhn Gott von
Seiner Feindachen Unterhamen sic Hared in Franckreich
brachte etc. pp.8. S^o . . . Amsterdam 165 1 B.M.

A poem in archaic German.

His Majesty's Miraculous Preservation by the Oak, the
Maid and Ship, (a poem) by John Crouch. Lutt. Col-
lection, Vol. 11 B.M.

History of His SaCRed Majesty's Most AVonderful Preser-
vation after the Battle of "Worcester. With a true Relation
of Colonel George Gunter's conveying his Majesty from
Salisbury to Bnghthemstead in Sussex, where he took shipping.
London. Printed and are to be sold by Joseph Blacklock at
the Turk's Head in Ivy Lane, and Mr. Nuchaell in "West-
minster Hall. Single sheet folio broadside, I ft. 8| in. by
13 in., with four copper-plate illustrations. "Worcester. Li the
Oak. Jane Lane and his Majesty. Setting sail.* Sm 4°
1660 B.

King Charles in the Oak. (A Dialogue). London (.'') 1825 B.M.

Last News from France (The) Being a true relation of the
escape of the King of Scots from "Worcester to London, and
from London to France who was conveyed away by a young
gentleman [sic] in woman's apparel. The King of Scots
attending on this supposed gentlewoman in manner of a
serving man. Roxburgh Ballads, "Vol. Ill . . . . B.M.

List of editions of the Boscobel Tracts. By F. Manning.
Single sheet 4°. Leamington, 1861

List, A, of the Princes, Dukes, Earls, Lords, Knights,
Generals . . . and Colonels of the Scots King's
Party slaine and taken prisoners (at and after) the battle of
"Worcester. Broadside .... London 1652 B.M.

♦ Sold at the Mawdesley sale for ;£"] 7s. od. Note by Mr. Mawdesley : ♦* Mine is
the only copy I ever heard of."



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Bibliography



Loyal Reflections upon his Majesties Restauration, Procession
and Coronation. Not forgetting the Royal Oak. Broadside
of eight pages by J. Crouch. London. i66o

Royal Patient Traveller, The, or the Wonderfull escapes of
King Charles II from Worcester Fight, etc., a ballad by
Henry Jones of Oxford, fol . . . n.d. (i66o) Bod.

Royal Woodman, The. A ballad .... 1843 B.M.

Wonderfull and Miraculous escape of our Gracious King,
from that dismal, black and gloome defeat at Worster, The.
A ballad. Single sheet fol. . . . London. 1660 Bod.

PART III

/. PERIODICAL PUBLICATIONS.

The Ancestor, Vol. Ill and Vol. VI, contains references to the
Giffards of Chillington Vol. XI, Article on the Wild
Wilmots, Earls of Rochester . . . . 1 90 1

Art Journal. Article on Boscobel and White Ladies by J.
Penderel-Brodhurst ...... 1889

Genealogical Magazine, Vol. I, pp. 352-357. Articles on
Relics of Jane Lane. A history of the Lane family runs
throughout Vol. I, by Henry Murray Lane, Chester Herald.

Gentleman's Magazine, Vol. 39 (1789), contains articles relating
to the King's Preservation. Above extracted and embellished
with MS. notes by F. L. Mawdesley B.

Jacobite, Vol. 2, No. 5 (December, 1901). Article on erection
of Memorial Stone at Lee Lane, Bridport,

Royalist, The. Vol. II. Article on Boscobel by R. Fox
Davies June, 1891

Ditto, July. A letter from J. Penderel-Brodhurst on the same
subject . . . . . . . . 1 89 1

Sussex Arch^ological Collections. Vol. XVIII, Article on
the King's passage through Sussex. Vol. XXII. Article on
Tettersall, subsequently reprinted. Vol. XXIIL Article on
the Gunters of Raxton.

Wiltshire Arch^ological and Natural History Magazine.
Vol. XXVI. pp. 1-50. Article on Jane Lane, by Charles
Penruddocke.



The Royal Miracle

II. PLAT'S

Charles the II — an historical drama in five acts, by George
Griffith. Gives a pedigree of the Whitgreaves of Burton
and Moseley , . London and Wolverhampton. 1867

Restauration of King Charles II. An Histori-Tragi-comic
Ballad Opera as is forbid to be acted at the New Theatre in
the Haymarket * London. S. Watkin, The Ship Charing X. B.
1732

The Royal Oak. An historical play as acted at the Theatre

Royal, Haymarket, with distinguished success. London. 1811 B.

The Royal Oak. An historical drama by Henry Hamilton and
Augustus Harris, produced at Drury Lane. pp. 4. 40, Bill
of first performance.^ ..... 1889 B.

///. IVORKS OF FICTION

Numerous novels and romances have dealt with the subject. To
quote a few : Ainsworth (W. H.), " Boscobel, or the Royal
Oak. A Tale of the year 165 1," 1872. Caine (O. V.),
"Wanderer and King," 1903. Everett Green (E.),
"After Worcester," 1901 ; "Fugitive King," 1849.
George (W. D.), " Boscobel, or the Adventures of
Charles II (n.d.). Henty (G. A.), " Friends though
Divided," 1883, illus. is col, 1910. Peard (F. M.), "To
Horse and Away," 1 895. Pearse (H.), " Magnus Sin-
clair " and "Of Mistress Eve" (seq.), 190I. Prothero
(E.), "Scouting for a King," 1910. Sabatini (R.), "The
Tavern Knight," 1 901. Snaith (J. C), "Patricia at the
Inn," 1901. Townshend (D.), "A St. George of King
Charles' Days," 1906. Witham (G. T.), "The Last of the
White Coats." Yonge (C. M.), "Under the Storm," etc.
etc. t

*, For fear the Legitimists would draw a parallel ?

t A pageant) was produced at Brighton in the autumn of 1910. One scene was
devoted to the King at the George Inn. At the West Dorset Pageant, 191 1, the King's
escape through Lee Lane was given as the second episode.

X Mrs. Oliphant brought out a novel called W hiteladies^ but it is a tale of modern life.



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APPENDIX XI



Iconography

Published Portraits of Charles the Second in 1 649-1 651



Published Portraits of King Charles II contemporary with the battle of
Worcester. The arrangement is alphabetical according to artist. In the second
column is given the name of the engraver ; in the third the whereabouts of the
print. As in Bibliography : B. (Broadley), Bod. (Bodleian), B.M. (British
Museum). The abbreviations H. (head), H.L. (half length), T.Q.L. and W.L.
(three quarter and whole lengths) 5 1. (looking left) and r. (looking right), as
used in the British Museum Catalogue, have been adopted.



1. Carolus II. Dei gratiae Magnae Artist.

Britanise Franciae et Hibernise

Rex. In armour H. 1. . Anon.

2. Carolus II. (inscribed on balus-

trade) ; lace collar H. r. . Anon.

3. Charles 2nd. Garter robes ;

delicate lace scarf. Clean
shaven H. r. . . . Anon.

4. CarolvsSecundvs D.G. Magnae

Britanniae Francae et Hiberniae
Rex ; plain coat ; plain collar,
ribbon and star ; escutcheon of
Arms. H. 1. Dated 1650 . Anon.

5. Carolus Stuart II. Konig in

Engleland Schotland und Ire-
land, in armour. An oval in a
square. H.L. r. . . . Anon.

6. In Cloak and star, a crown sus-

pended above his head, Horn

soit qui tnal y petise. Dated 1 650 Anon.

7. On Horseback in armour, with

truncheon. Three crowns
above in one of thorns. French
verses. F.L. r. Two versions Anon.

8. Charles II. crowned King of

Scotland, January, 1 65 1. Plain
broad collar and black coat.
George and Garter badge.
H.L. r. From Gadbury's
Nativity .... Anon.



Engraver. Location.

Anon. B.

Hollar. B. B.M.

G. Scott. Bod.



Hollar.



Anon,



Anon.



Bod.



Bod.



Valigius. Bod.



Bod.



Mason. B.



323



The Royal Miracle



9. Another Version. Octagonal
fancy frame of oak leaves,
oblong French inscription

10. Mounted, clean-shaven, inarmour,

a morion in air displaying shield
with arms of England only.
Sea-shore, ships, skirmish pro-
gressing. Inscription in French
stating that after Worcester
he was obliged to return to
the court of the King, his
cousin-german (Louis XIV).
F.L. r

11. In Armour, symbolical figures.

Ireland kneeling, Scotland pre-
senting pistol. Execution of
King in background

12. Ditto. Background altered.

Dutch inscription ,

13. Another Version

14. Natus May 29 Ano 1630 -^atis-

suae 19. Dark coat, white
collar with George ; table on
right containing crown of
thorns enclosing three crowns
with the rose, thistle, and harp
under them respectively. Oval.

H.L

Ditto, reversed

15. Charles II crowned King of

Scotland, January I, 165 1. In
armour, with George ; heavy
curtain ; left hand corner crown
of laurels, right hand escut-
cheon. H.L. r. .

16. No Inscription ; handsome cos-

tume ; hat with drooping
feathers. Matchlock in right
hand. Army in^background.
F.L. r



Artist.

Anon.



Anon.



Anon.

Anon.
Anon.



Anon.
Anon.



Anon.



Anon.
324



Engraver. Location.

Moncomet. B.M.



Moncomet. Bod. B.M.



Anon.

Anon.
Anon.



Bod.

Bod.
Bod.



Anon. Bod.

Anon. Bod.



Gaywood. Bod. B.M.



Glover. Bod.




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20.



Iconography



17. Charles ye 2^ Proclaimed King

of Gt^Britain etc. Worcester,
23rd Aug. 1651. Scarf, 1. .

18. Redivio Phcenici, etc., in armour,

attended by symbolic figures ;
sun rising in background.
Phoenix on the top of a moun-
tain. H.L.*

In Armour, with sash and trun-
cheon. Sun rising. Fame
crowning him. F.L. 1,

As A Child ; left hand holds stick ;
right, hat ; curtain and view of
Whitehall. Dated 1649; prob-
ably largely circulated then
T.Q.L. 1. . . .
Four states .
with Latin inscription

Ditto, without Hollar's name

Ditto, oval head only

21. CarolusdeTweede. Jampot hat

and feather ; armour. British
Museum Cat. says " wrongfully
attributed" to . . .

Three versions of above
Two versions
head only in oval .

22. With Breastplate, scarf, and

brocaded sleeves, r.
T.Q.L. of above .
H.L. in oval
Engraving of the miniature by
S. Cooper, copied from above
Reversed
Ditto

23. Carolus Secundus Dei Gratia,

etc. Small oval; draped cur-
tain-, crown on pedestal .



Artist.



Boocock.



Engraver.



Diepenbeeck. Hollar.



DIepenbeeck.



van Dyck. Hollar.



Van Dyck. Meurs.



Hanneman.



Location.



Faithorne. B. B.M.



Cooper.
Dankes.

R. Cooper.

Gaywood.

Anon.



Hock. Boulak.

Catalogued at B.M. under Hollar.



B. B.M.



Bod.



Bod. B.M.
B.

B.M.
B.M.



Bod.
B.M.
B.M.



B.M.
B. B.M.

B.M.

Bod. B.M.
B.M.



B.M.



The Royal Miracle



24. Head, pub. by Thane. Armour

25. Carolus Secundus Dei Gratia,

etc. Published at Brussels,
1649. Full face ; buttoned
surtout. Oval surrounded by
emblems : crown, crossed
swords and sceptre, laurel
and bay .....
id. Carolus II, Mag. Brit. etc. Oval,
Armour; clean-shaven. Own

hair. H. 1

Ditto, in rich border

27. Karel de II, Koning Van Eng-

land Schotland en Yrland ;

mounted with rich trappings ;

shipping in background.

Garter, star inaccurate. Signed
Ditto, unsigned
Ditto, with heath as background

28. Latin Inscription, three verses.

In armour, standing on pedestal,
crowned by Jupiter and pro-
tected by Minerva* F.L. 1. .
Ditto, Proof before letters*



Artist.

Hock.



Hock.



Honthurst.



Schut.



Engraver.

Anon.



Steen.



Visscher.
Browner.



CD.



Hollar.



Location.

B. B.M.



B. B.M.



Bod. B.M.
B.M.



B.M.
B.M.
B.M.



B. B.M.
B.M.



MISCELLANEA



Escaping with Jane Lane behind

him on a pillion
Revealing himself to the Wynd-

ham family



Gucht.



Knight.
■"■ Catalogued at B.M. under Hollar.



B. Bod. B.M.
Bod.



END



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Index



Index



Abbots Leigh, the King's sojourn at, 37, 146
Accounts of expenses incurred at Worcester,

241-50
Ainsworth, William Harrison, 31
Alford, Captain Gregory, 1 1
— — , narrative of the adventures of Charles

II in West Dorset, 189-93
Alford, Richard, 42
Alford family, 293-6
Armorial grants, 35

B

Baker, Mr. T. H., his Notes on the History

of Mere, 200 n.
Ballads :

The Royal Patient Traveller, 93-7
The Wonderful and Miraculous Escape

of Our Gracious King, 10 1-5
The Last News from France, 213-5
Battle of Worcester, Parliamentarian account

of the, 299-301
Berkley, Lord, 156
Blount's Boscoie/, 27, 29
Bodleian Library, 31, 109 n,, 265
Boscobel, by T. Blount, 29
Boscobel House, 56, 60, 75, 76, 79, 118,

123
Boscobel Tracts, 27
Bradpole village, ii, 14, 161 n., 184 n., 192,

266-82
Brighton, or Brightelmstone, 45, 46, 69,

81, 139, 202, 203
British Museum, the, 14, 31, 109 n.
Broadley, A. M., and Pouncy, H., pageant

by, 268-72
Broadwindsor, 23, 43, 135
Buckingham, Duke of, 56, 57, 75, 115, 116,

119
Bund, Mr. J. W. Willis, 21, 26, 28, 233-7
Burney, Fanny, 45, 46



Carless, Colonel, 60-2, 64, 66, 77,1 16, i 23,

125
Charles II : —

his horoscope, 17

coronation of, at Scone, in 165 1, 17

march from Scotland into England, 53

proclaimed King at Worcester, 53

escapes in disguise after the battle of
Worcester, 56, 60, 76, 77, 85-8, 94,
103, 118

takes refuge in a wood, 57, 77, 120,
123

takes refuge in an oak tree, 62, 79, 86,
123

is shorn of his hair, 62, 63, 85, 118

acts as cook, 65, 96

travels with Mrs. Lane as her servant,
69, 80, 87, 88, 94, 95, 127

recognised by a butler, 97, 129, 149

hears the church bells rung to celebrate
his death, 131

rejoicings at Trent on the report of his
death, 155

how he was saved by a woman in
travail, 135, 162, 185, 192

saved by long prayers, 136, 163, igi

places at which he stayed : — Brid-
port, 133, 192 ; Bristol, 87-9, 96 ;
Brightelmstone, 139, 202 ; Broad-
windsor, 43, 161, 164, 192 ; Char-
mouth, 132, 133; Cirencester, 36 ;
Hambleton House, 43 ; Heale
House, 43, 137; Madeley, 122;
Moseley, 67, 80, 125 ; Trent
Manor, 43, 132, 152; Warnford,
43; Whiteladies, 56, 77, 126;
Dieppe, 69, 82, 97, 203 ; Fecamp,
140, 267 ; Rouen, 141. See also
275-80, and Map facing p. 275

his itinerary, 44 n., 45, 46, 73-82



329



Index



Charles II at Brightelmstone, paper by Mr.

Frederick Harrison, 257-62
Charmouth, plan for the King's escape

arranged at, 132-4, 156-60, 175-80,

190, 265-6
Churchwardens' accounts of St. Michael's,

Worcester, 253-4
Civil War in Worcestershire, the, 2 1
Clarendon, Lord, 189, 265
Claustrum Regale Reseratum, 145-69
Cleveland, Earl of, 55, 116, 120
Coaxdon Manor, and the farthingale tradition,

40, 43
Commemorative Itinerary, September 3-8,

191 1, 275-80
Commemorative Pilgrimage, September 3-9,

1911, 14, 15, 35, 45> 239, 255,

283-9
Coningsby, Juliana, 34, 43, 132, 133, 157,

160, 168, 177, 190, 265, 268
Conway, Mr. R. R., and the Coaxdon

tradition, 41
Cook-maid and the spit, the, 36, 96
Cox, David, as a sign-painter, 33
" Crods and Peet," a curious corruption, 37
Cromwell, Oliver, 54, 55, 85, 90, 109-10,

112-13, 155

D

Davenant, Sir William, poem by, 29
Derby, Earl of, 55, 56, 75-7, 102, 112,

117-19, I24n.
Dieppe, the King's arrival at, 69, 82, 97,

203
Drury Lane, " The Royal Oak " produced

at, II
Dunbar, the King's forces defeated at, 109



Echard, Lawrence, his History of England

quoted, 200 n.
Ellesdon, or Ellesden, John, 156
Ellesdon, Ellesden, or Elsden, Captain

William, 42, 131, 133, 155, 157-9,

164, 179, 189, 190
letter to the Earl of Clarendon, 173-

86, 190, 192, 193, 265



Ellesdon family, 42, 293-6

Ellesdon's farm, a hiding-place of the King,

II, 12, 40, 265
Escape of Charles II from Worcester, paper

read by Mr. J. Willis Bund, 233-7



" Faithful Brothers, the," 27

Farthingale tradition, the, 40

Fea, Mr. Allan, 11, 29, 33, 109 n.

Fecamp, the King arrives at, 140, 267

Flight of Charles II, Commemorative Itine-
rary, 191 1, 275-80

Flight of the King, by Mr. Allan Fea, 11,
29

" Footsteps of the King," from Worcester
to Brighton, 13-15

Fuller, Thomas, his account of the " Fatal
Fight," 23-6

G

Gadbury, John, prophecy by, 20

George Inn, the, at Brightelmstone, 15, 45,

46

at Broadwindsor, 43

at Mere, 200 n,

Gunter, Colonel, 43 ; secures a ship for the

King at Brightelmstone, 138, 199, 202

H

Hamilton, William, Duke of, 15, 28, 74,

Harrison, Mr. Frederick, paper by, 257-62
Heale House, Salisbury Plain, 43
Henchman, Humphrey, Bishop of Salisbury

and of London, 199, 201 n., 202
Heynes, Thomas, poem on *' The Royal

Oak," 31
Hollar, W., etchings of portraits of Charles

II, 18

I

Incidents of the King's voyage from Brighton

to Fecamp, 140, 141
Ireton, Colonel, no
Items relating to the battle of Worcester,

253-4
Itinerary of Charles II, 44 n., 45,46, 73-82



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Index



Jackson, Will ; Jones, Will, aliases of the
King, 36, 87, 265, 268

K

Keith, Sir William, 73, 114
King's Head Inn, the, at Brighton, 45, 46
King's horse, the, and the suspicious smith,
136, 162-3, 181-2, 191



Lambert, General, 54, 85, 112

Lane, Colonel, 125, 127

Lane, Mrs. Jane, 34-5, 86-7, 127, 130-1,

146, 150, 152
Lane, Major-General Ronald, 35
Lassels, Mr., 149, 152-3
" Last News from France, the," a ballad,

213-15
Lauderdale, Earl of, 56, 75, 77, 117, 119
Lee Lane, Bradpole, 11, 12, 161 n., i84n.,

192, 268
Leviston, Lord, 119

Limbry, Stephen, 156, 158-9, 190, 296
Lime, plan for the King to sail from, and its

failure, 132-4, 156-60, 175-80
Little Theatre, Haymarket, " The Royal

Oak " produced at, 1 1
Lyme-Regis, 41

M

Marlborough, Sarah, Duchess of, and the

Boscobel Oak, 31, 32
Mawdesley, Mr. Frederick L., 13, 14
Middleton, Major-General, 73, 114
"Miraculous Divergence," the, 14, 135 n.,

161, 184, 265-7, 268-72
Miraculum Basilikon^ 14, 29, 109-42
Monk, General, 112
Morland, George, as a sign-painter, 33
Municipal accounts of expenses incurred at

Worcester, 241-50
Mystic number 666, the, 229



N



Norton, Sir George, 37, 81, 128-30, 149



O

Orleans, Duke of, 22, 142



Paris, the King conducted to, 142
Parliament and their Armies, narration of

their proceedings, 21, 22
Parliamentarian account of the battle of

Worcester, 299-301
Penderel, various spellings of the name, 27,

28
Penderel pension, the, 12, 27, 28 n.
Penderel, William, 28, 30
Penderel-Brodhurst, Mr. James, 12, 28
Pendrill, Mr. Charles, 27 n.
Pendrills, Penderels, or Pendrells, 76-7, 79,

1 18, 121, 123-4
Phelipps, Robert, his account of the King's

leaving Trent for Brightelmstone, 197-2 03
Phelipps family, the, 197 n.
Phelips, Colonel Edward, 167-8
Phelips, Colonel Robert, 167, 169
Philips, Colonel, arranges for the King's

transportation from Southampton, 138
Pill, and its connection with the King, 37-8
Poems :

His Majesty's Miraculous Preservation,

219-20
To His Sacred Majesty Loyal Reflec-
tions, 223-4
Pontefract "Siege Shilling," 18
Pouncy, H., and Broadley, A. M.j pageant

by, 268-72
Proclamation by His Majesty Death, 228

Q

Queen of England, 22, 142

R

Reception of the King at Trent, 152
Reward of ;^iooo offered for the betrayal of

the King, 79, 159, 179, 265
Round, Mr. J. H., 35 n., 43 n., 45-6
Rouen, the King at, 141, 203
Roxburgh Ballads, "The Last News from

France," 213-15
Royal Arms, the, 35 n.
Royal Lions, the, 35



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Index



" Royal Oak, the," on the stage, ii, 12
Royal Oak, the, 22-3, 28-33, 70> 85-90,

93, 104, 123
Royal Oak, the, first version of the legend,

21-3
Royal Oak, the, as a sign, 33

S
St. Leonard's, Lord, his edition of Boscobel,

Salisbury, the Bishop of, visits the King at,

141
Schut, Cornelius, portrait of Charles II by,

18, 19
Scone, Charles II crowned at, 53
Scott, Sir Walter, 31
Severn River, crossing of the, 113, 122
Siege Shilling (Pontefract), the, 18
Song of Thanksgiving, 207-10
Southampton, project to sail from, 198-9
Spackman, Mr. F. J., 21, 26-7 ; paper

read by, 241-50
Strangways, Colonel Giles, 189
Strangways, Sir John, 154-5
Strickland, Agnes, 31-2
Sun Inn, the, at Cirencester, 36
Symonds bowl, the, 44 n.



Talbot, Lord, 56, 75, 77, 117, 119

Tattersall, Nicholas, captain of the " Sur-
prise," 47-8, 81, 139, 202, 266

Tattersall, or Tettersall, pedigree of the
family, 47

Thanksgiving, song of, 207-10

Tombs, Mr. John, 36

Tombs family, 36 n.



Trent, a hiding-place of the King, 38, 40,

132, 146, 150, 152-69, 265
Turk's Head broadside, the, 29, 81 n.



Van Diepenbeeck, Abraham, portrait of
Charles II by, 18, 19

W

Wesley, or Westley, Benjamin, great-grand-
father of John Wesley, 41, 136, 163,
182, 191

Wesley family, the, 296

West Dorset Pageant, the, 14, 15, 263, 268

Wkitehdies, 29, 51-70

Whiteladies, the house, 118, 124, 126

Willis Bund, Mr. J. W., 21, 26, 28 ; paper
by, 233-7

Wilmot, Lord, 43, 57-8, 68-9, 75, 78-81,
86, 117, 124-5, 127, 130-2, 134, 137,
139-40, 150-1, 156-8, 160-1, 164-6,
177, 197, 265-8

Worcester, battle of, 21, 23, 26-7, 54-5,
73-5' 85, 94, 1 1 3-1 6, 235-7

Worcester, description of, 233-7

— the King's arrival at, 53, 73, iii

— the King's stay in, 27

Worthies of England, by Thomas F idler, 23
Wyndham, Anne, author of Claustrum Regale

Reseratum, 39, 40
Wyndham, Colonel, 43, 130-1, 133-5,

149-51, 155-7, 159, 165-6, 174, 177,

179, 184, 189-90, 197, 265, 268
Wyndham, Sir Hugh, 192-3
Wyndham, Sir Thomas, remarkable discourse

to his five sons, 153
Wyndham family, the, entries in the parish

registers, 39



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