Catalog Record: Memoirs | Hathi Trust Digital Library


Memoirs, illustrative of the life and writings of John Evelyn, comprising his Diary, from ... 1641 to 1705-6, and a selection of his familiar letters. To which is subjoined, the private correspondence between King Charles I and his Secretary of State, Sir Edward Nicholas ... 1641, and at other times during the Civil War; also between Sir Edward Hyde ... and Sir Richard Browne Ambassador to the Court of France ... The whole now first published from the original mss. Edited by William Bray.

Main Author: Evelyn, John, 1620-1706.
Related Names: Bray, William 1736-1832.
Language(s): English
Published: London, H. Colburn, and sold by J. and A. Arch, 1819.
Edition: 2d ed.
Subjects: Evelyn family.
Great Britain > Court and courtiers.
Great Britain > History > Stuarts, 1603-1714.
Physical Description: 2 v. plates, ports., fold. map. 30 cm.
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