Red Abbey, near Cork, 81
Requests, Master of, 122, 150
Restoration, description of the King's Return to England, at the,
Ribbons worn by tbc Queen on her marriageycut into pieces, and
distributed as favours, 1 26
Rich, Thomas, 212
Rich, William, 212
Righton, Mr., 212
Rivers, Countess of, 53, 65
Robinson, Captain, 1 3 1
Rocca, Don Pedro, 177
Rookes, Mr., 220, 224
Roscommon, Earl of, 85 ; account of his extraordinary death, 86
Rupert, Prince, 80, 82
Russel, Richard, 212
Ryder, 31, 32
Santa Crxjz, Marquisate of, 244
Sanu Grafa, Countess of, 142
Saint Albans, Lord, 71
St. Estevan, Conde de, 168
St. Germain, Duke of, 171, 262
St. Lawrence, Conde de, 131
St Lucar, Duke of, 251
St. Sebastian, description o^ 98
Salinas, Marquess of, 255
Salisbury, Earl of, $3
Bishop o^ 1 39
Sande, Marquess de, 125, 275
Sanderson, Dr., 5$
Sandwich, Earl of, 77, 207, 211, 212, 217, 218, 221, 222, 281,
Sandys, Â£unily of, 53
Savoy, Duke of, 202, 261
Schomberg, Count, 1 3 1
Scilly, description of, 72
Scotty Sir John, 40, 41
Seale, Mr. 130
Seville, Sir Richard Fanshtwe's reception at, and description of,
Shaftesbnry, Earl o^ 226
Shatbolt, Mr., 52
Sheldon, Dr., Bishop of London, 231
Shere, Mr., 212
Sherwood, Friar, 59
Siete Chimeneas, appointed for Sir Richard Fanshawe's residence
and dispute about it, 178 et seq*^ 261, 262
Skelton, Sir John, 129
Slanning, Sir Nicholas, 69
Smjrthe, Customer, 2, 39
his sons, 39
Note relative to his family, 40
Sousa, Antonio de, 131
Don Joam de, 133
Southampton, Earl o^ 226
Southwell, Sir Robert, 138, 215, 288
Spain, general description of, 190 to 195
Philip IV., King o^ 85, 95, 97, 175, 176, 186, 257, 264,
death and funeral o( 201 to 205, 280
Prince o^ 187, 264, 277
Charles II. King o( 201, 205, 207, 217, 280, 281
Queen of^ 17$ to 225, 271, 280
ceremony of proclaiming the Kings o( 205, 280
Spanbh Army defeated by the Portuguese, 199
Sparks, Mr., executed at Madrid for the murder of Askew, 96,
Strafford, Earl of, 79, no
Strangford, Lord, 2, 40, 58, 144, 145
Steward, Dr., 104, 118
Stuard, Mr., 212
Sumiller de Corps, 204, 205
Tarrbt, Mr., 224
Terne [misprinted Feme\ Captain, 152
Thomond, Earl of, 86
Thompson, Allion, 2 1 2
Thynne, Lady Isabel, 65
Tinoco, Don Diego, wife of, 213
Titian, pictures by, 182, 183, 22$
Toison d'Or, The, 276
Toledo, Governor of, 169, 170
his wife, 1 69, 1 70
Cardinal of, 201
Archbishop o^ 189, 279
reception at, 1 70
Toniars, a painter, 28
Torres Vedras, Countess of, 2 1 3
Trucifiil, Marchioness o^ 213
Marquess o^ 210, 221
Turner, Sir Edward, 150, 151, 172, 285
Sir Edmund, 52, no, 150, 196, 232
Edmund, Esq., 26
Tyler, Mr., 129
Utbbr, Capuin, 152, 159
Utrera, Corregidor o^ 164
reception at, 164, 245
Vanb, Sir Henry, 108
Van Tromp, 244
Velada, Marquess of, 280
Vdeam, Mr., 212
Vellon money reduced in value, 179, 269
Velez, Marquess de los, 206
Venetian Ambassador, 178, 259 to 264
Villa Franca, Countess of, 139
Villiers, Lord Francis, 77
Waller, Mr., the Poet, 79
Walley, Dr., 55
Walter, Sir WiHiam, 45
Warrington, Francis, 212
Warwick, Sir Philip, 46, 75, in, 223, 229, 284
Waters, Mr., 104
Wats, Sir John, 148
Weedcn, Mr. 209, 212, 220, 282
Weir, Jonathan, 231
Westminster, Dean of, 128
White, Mr., 222
Williams, Thomas, 213
Williamson, Joseph, 288
Wilton, the seat of the Earl of Pembroke, 128
Winchester, Bishop of, 146, 149
Windebank, Secretary, 2, 60, 61, 100
Windsor Castle, Consuble of, 128
Winston, Dr., 50
Winter, Sir John, 223
Wolstenholme, Sir John, 53
Woodcock, Sir Thomas, 128
Worcester, Marquess o^ 89, 90
Marchioness of, 68
battle of, 105
Worden, Mr. 212
Wray, Sir John, 45, 199
Wright, Sir Benjamin, Bart., 151, 172, 177
Wychcrley, Mr. 172, 196
XbeeS) Corregidor of, 163
reception at, 163
York, Duke of, 119, 149, 223, 225
Duchess of, 149, 223, 225
Young, , 107, 108, 1 1 1
A SERIES OF VOLUMES EMBRACING
POETRY, NATURAL HISTORY, etc. etc.
PRICE 55. NET CROWN 8vO PRICE $1.50 NET
Vol. L THE NATURAL HISTORY OF
SELBORNE. By Gilbert Whitb. Edited by
Grant Allen, ninstrated by Edmund H. New.
Vol. II. THE COMPLEAT ANGLER. By
IzAAK Walton and Charles Cotton. Edited
by Richard lb Galliennb. Illustrated by
Â£. H. New.
VoLIIL MEMOIRS OF MADEMOISELLE
DES ECHEROLLES. With an Introduction by
G. K. F0RTB8CUB. Portraits, &c
Vol. IV. MEMOIRS OF LADY FAN-
SHAWE, Wife of the Rt. Hon. Sir Richard Fan-
thawe, Bart, Ambassador from Charles II. to the
Court of Madrid in 1665. Written by HertelC
With Extracts from the Correspondence ol Sir
Richard Fanshawe. A New Edition. With New
Portraits, Illustrations, &c.
Vol. V. JANE AUSTEN ; her Homes and
her Friends. By C. HiLU Illustrated by E. G.
Vol. VI. JUNIPER HALL; a rendezvous
of certain illustrious persons during the French
RcTolution, includinj? Alexander D'Arblay and
Fanny Bumey. By C. Hill. Illustrated by E. G.
Vol. VII. THE REFORMATION IN
ENGLAND. By Saudkl Ropfby Maitland.
With nnmerous Portraits.
JOHN LANE, PuBLisHKR, LONDON 8c NEW YORK
Recent Library Books
WITH THE PILGRIMS TO MECCA.
The Great Pilgrimage, h.h. 1318 to A.D. 1902. By Hadji
Khan, M.R.A.S., and Wilfrid Sparrot. With an Intro-
duction by Professor Vamberf, and many lUastiatioos. Price
X2S. 6d net. Demy 8to. Price I3.50 net
"The anthor't detcriptioa of the extraordinary oeremooiea is graphic and
ooQvindng. " â€” ^Acadbmt.
"Captivatet and retains the interest of the reader until the end.**â€”
RIFLE AND ROMANCE IN THE
INDIAN J UNGLE. Being the record for Thirteen Years 01
Indian Jonele Life. By Captain A. LÂ» R. Glaspurd (Indian
Army). With nomerons niastrations by the Author, and Re-
prodacdons from Photographs. Price 16s. net. Demy 8to.
Price $4.00 net.
AFRICA FROM SOUTH TO NORTH.
By Major A. St. II. Gibbons, F.R.G.S. With Maps and
nomerons lUnstrations. a vols. Price 328. net. Demy 8to.
Price I7.50 net.
"There are immmerable excellent photographs, and several moat valuable
and informing maps. Altogether a remarkably floe, tliorongli, and intecestbig
publication. ** â€” ^Acadbm v.
*' A permanent and valnable addition to the literature of African traveL**â€”
FIFTY LEADERS OF BRITISH SPORT.
By Ernist Elliot. With Biographical Sketdies and an
Introdactton by F. G. Aplalo. Price 218. net Small 4to.
Price $6.00 net.
Â«Â« Mr. BUiot is heartily to be congratulated 00 the splendid snooess he has
achieved." â€” Pall Mall Gazkttk.
IMPERIAL VIENNA. An Account of its
History, Traditions, and Arts. By A. S. Lkvxtus. With
100 fob-page Illustrations by Edwin Pnchinger. Price
218. net Demy 8va Price I5.00 net
** Bntertaining and informing, and a monument of industry. â€¢ . . Lavishly
and admirably illustrated.' â€” SPscrAToa.
NAPOLEON : THE FIRST PHASE. Some
Chapters on the Boyhood and Youth of Bonaparte, 1769-
1793. By Oscar Browning. With Portraits. Price
los. 6d. net Demy 8vo. Price |a. 50 net
Deali comprehensively with the youth and upbringing of the First Napoleoa
Such a task has never before been attempted in detail, and all interestea in the
irreat Emperor will welcome the news that such an eminent authority as Mr.
Browning has found time to undertake the work.
JOHN LANE, PuBLiiHBn, LONDON & NEW YORK
Recent Library Books
MEMOIRS OF A ROYAL CHAPLAIN,
1729-1763. The Correspondence of Edmund Pyle. D.D.,
Domestic Chaplain to George II., with Samoel Kerrich. D.D.,
Vicar of Derdngham, and Rector of Wolferton and West
Newton. Edited and Annotated by Albbrt Hartshorkb.
With Portraits. Price i6s. net Demy 8vo. Price $4.00 net
LIFE AND LETTERS OF R-S. HAWKER
(VICAR OF MORWENSTOW). By his Son-in-law, C E.
Bylbs. Nnmeroos lUostrations, including a Water-colour
Portrait by the Earl of Carlisle. Lithographs by T. Ley Pethy-
bridge. &c. Price 21s. net Demy 8vo. Price I5.00 net
"A triumphant acquittal.**â€” Ths TtMss.
" From the very froatispiÂ«oeâ€” a clÂ«ver colour-sketch by Lord Carlisleâ€” to
the last page this book reveals an original in mind, manner, and farb, whose
portrait Mr. Byles has drawn with lingular fulness and fidelity/'â€”
EMILE ZOLA : Novelist and Reformer. An
Account of his Life and Work. By Ernest Vizetbllt. With
Numerous Illustrations. Price 21s. net. Demy 8vo. Price
$3. 50 net
" It is a story of fascinating interest, and is told admirably by Mr. Vlzetelly.
I can promise any one who takes it up that he will find it very dii&cult to lay
it down again.'*â€” Mr. T. P. O'Connor (in T.P.'s Wkbklt).
A LATER PEPYS, Being the Correspond-
ence of Sir William Weller Pepys, Bart., Master in Chancery,
1 758-1825. Edited, with an Introduction and Notes, by Alicb
C. C. Gaussbn. With upwards of 50 Illustrations of Por-
traits, Historic Houses, Book Plates, and Facsimiles. Price
_32s. net Demy 8vo. Price $7-5o* 2 vols.
" 'ne whole book is interesting, and no quoU
., > quotations ean do Justice to it"â€”
" Here is a mine of eifhteenth<^entury opinion from which much gold may
be extracted."â€” Dailt Nbws.
MEMOIRS OF THE MARTYR KING.
Being a Detailed Record of the Last Two Years of Charles
the First (1648-16^9). By Allan Fba, Author of "The
Flight of the King,'' "King Monmouth," "After Worcester
Fi^t/' &c. With upwards of 100 Photo^ynre Portraits and
other Illustrations, including Relics. Limited to 400 copies, of
which 325 are for sale in England and America. Price 105s.
net. Royal 4to. Price $25.00 net
''The volume it a triumph for tlie printer and publisher, and a solid coo*
tribntion to CaroUnian literature."â€” Mr. H. M. Spielmann (in the Acadbmt).
"The present sumptuous volume, a storehouse of eloquent associations . . .
comes as near to outward per fe cti o n as anything we could desire."â€” Pall Mall
JOHN LANE, PwBUiHER, LONDON & NEW YORK
THE DUKE OF
(NAPOLEON THE SECOND)
A BIOGRAPHY COMPILED FROM
NEW SOURCES OF INFORMATION
BY EDWARD VON WERTHEIMER
WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND A FACSIMILE
PBICE l6s. NET DEMT 8vO PRICI $4.00 IfET
It is only natural that some portion of the interest
attaching to the first Napoleon shoold pass to his ill-
Â£Eited heir. History presents no more pathetic story
than that of Napoleon's son, who, bom in the purple,
was destined to die an obscure exile at the Court of
Austria. The production, in 1900^ of Edmond
Rostand's play *'L'Aiglon," with Madame Sarah
Bernhardt in the part of the Duke of Rdchstadt,
re-awakened public interest in the &te of this youdi â€”
the most piteous of all the victims of his father's
ambition. Then the literature dealing with this
subject could be summed up in three books : Monthel's
**Le Due de Reidistadt/'Proketch's** Reminiscences,'*
and Welschmger's <^Le Roi de Rome" (1897). It
remained for Professor Edward Wertheimer to glean
copiously from the wealth of information locked up in
the Sute Archives of Austria and in private libraries.
His important historical volume, " Der Hersog von
Reichstadt," appeared in 1902, and it is a translation
of this, the sole complete and authentic biography of
Napoleon IL, that is now presented to the En^^ish
JOHN LANE, Publisher, LONDON & NEW YORK