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Sir Edward Walker

Historical discourses, upon several occasions: viz. I. The happy progress and success of the arms of K. Charles I. of ever blessed Memory, from the 30th of March, to the 23d of November, 1644. Written by His Majesty’s especial Command, and corrected, almost in every Page, with His own Hand … Viii. A short Review of the Life and Actions of King-Charles I. By Sir Edward Walker, Knight, Garter, Principal King of Arms, Secretary of War to His Majesty King Charles I. and Clerk of the Council to King Charles II. Together with perfect copies of all the votes, Letters, Proposals, and Answers relating unto, and that passed in, the Treaty held at Newport, in the Isle of Wight, in the Months of September, October, and November, 1648. Between His Majesty King Charles the First, and a Committee of the Lords and Commons of Parliament. Entred by His Majesty’s especial Command. By the same Sir Edward Walker, who was the Chief Clerk employed by His Majesty during that Treaty

London: Printed by W.B. for Sam. Keble, at the Turk’s Head in Fleetstreet , 1705.
Historical discourses, upon several occasions: viz. I. The happy progress and success of the arms of K. Charles I. of ever blessed Memory, from the 30th of March, to the 23d of November, 1644. Written by His Majesty’s especial Command, and corrected, almost in every Page, with His own Hand … Viii. A short Review of the Life and Actions of King-Charles I. By Sir Edward Walker, Knight, Garter, Principal King of Arms, Secretary of War to His Majesty King Charles I. and Clerk of the Council to King Charles II. Together with perfect copies of all the votes, Letters, Proposals, and Answers relating unto, and that passed in, the Treaty held at Newport, in the Isle of Wight, in the Months of September, October, and November, 1648. Between His Majesty King Charles the First, and a Committee of the Lords and Commons of Parliament. Entred by His Majesty’s especial Command. By the same Sir Edward Walker, who was the Chief Clerk employed by His Majesty during that Treaty Library Average
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