BID ON THE-SALEROOM
An interesting group of three Civil War/Commonwealth-related propaganda pamphlets Comprising: Civil War interest: 'A true Relation of a great Victory obtained (Through Gods Providence) by The Parliaments Forces in Cheshire, under the command of Sir William Brereton, Against The Kings Forces under the Command of Sir William Vaughan, neer Denbigh, November 1, 1645', Edward Husband, London, November 5 1645, in later card boards; 'An Exact Narrative and Relation of His Most Sacred Majesties Escape from Worcester on the third of September, 1651 Till his Arrivall at Paris', London, G. Colborn, 1660 18pp, 4to, in full calf with gilt spine, and'The Royal Oake or an Historical Description of the Royal Progress , Wonderful Travels., Miraculous Escapes and Strange Accidents of His Sacred Majesty Charles II. Third Monarch of Great Britain. Wherein these Passages are observable, and worthy publike View', G. Horton, living near the three Crowns in Barbican, 1660, late half calf and marbled boards, (3).
All with later binding. 'Royal Oake' possibly later-printed (occupies centre pages where either side is blank).