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Extended title: A vindication of King Charles the Martyr: proving that His Majesty was the author of Eikōn basilikē.

Against a memorandum, said to be written by the Earl of Anglesey: and against the exceptions of Dr. Walker, and others. The second edition, with additions. Imprimatur. Junii 8. Charles.

A vindication of K. Charles the martyr, proving that His Majesty was the author of 'Eikon basilike: against a memorandum said to be written by the Earl of Anglesey and against the exceptions of Dr.

Walker to which is added a preface wherein the assertions published in Pages:   A vindication of K. Charles the martyr, proving that His Majesty was the author of 'Eikon basilike: against a memorandum said to be written by the to which is added a preface wherein the a Paperback – Aug by Anthony Walker (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsPrice: $ A vindication of King Charles the martyr: proving that His Majesty was the author of Eikōn basilikē, against a memorandum said to be written by the Earl of Anglesey, and against the exceptions of Dr.

Walker and others. A vindication of K. Charles the martyr: proving that His Majesty was the author of Eikōn basilikē. Against a memorandum, said to be written by the Earl of Anglesey. A vindication of King Charles the Martyr: proving that His majesty was the author of Eikon basilike against a memorandum, said to be written by the Earl of Anglesey, and, against the exceptions of Dr.

Walker and others: to which is added a preface, wherein the bold and insolent assertions published in a passage of Mr. Bayle's Dictionary, relating to the present controversy are examined and.

Full text of " A vindication of K. Charles the martyr, proving that His Majesty was the author of 'Eikon basilike: against a memorandum said to be written by the Earl of Anglesey and against the exceptions of Dr.

Walker proving that His Majesty was the author of. book which is added a preface wherein the assertions published in. Vindication of King Charles the Martyr, proving that his Majesty was the author of Εἰκὼν Βασιλική () (external scan) The Present State of Jacobitism in England () Works about Wagstaffe [ edit ] " Wagstaffe, Thomas," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith.

A hardcover book in fine condition with a very good dustjacket. The book is clean and tight, and the jacket is tanned along the spine and edges, though intact. Spiritual reflections purportedly written by King Charles I of England shortly before his execution in. The authorship of Eikon Basilike, a work of royalist apologetics published in shortly after the execution of Charles I, flared up as a topic of controversy in the s.

In Vindication of King Charles the Martyr, proving that his Majesty was the author of Εἰκὼν Βασιλική, Wagstaffe defended the authorship of Charles I. A vindication of King Charles the Martyr: proving that His majesty was the author of Eison basilike against a memorandum, said to be written by the Earl of Anglesey, and, against the exceptions of Dr.

Walker and others: to which is added a preface, wherein the bold and insolent assertions published in a passage of Mr. Bayle's Dictionary, relating to the present controversy are examined and. We use cookies to give you the best experience and to help improve our website. By closing this banner or by continuing to use the site, you agree to this.

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Charles the martyr, proving that His Majesty was the author of 'Eikon basilike against a memorandum said to be written by the Earl of Anglesey and against the exceptions of Dr.

Walker to which is added a preface This book. Sudoc Catalogue:: Livre / BookA vindication of K. Charles the martyr [Ressource électronique]: proving that His Majesty was the author of Eikōn Basilikē. Against a memorandum, said to be written by the Earl of Anglesey.

and, Against the Exceptions of Dr. Walker and others. To which is added a Preface, Wherein the Bold and Insolent Assertions published in a Passage of Mr.

Bayle's. “ A Vindication of king Charles the Martyr; proving that his majesty was the author of ‘ Eixav BawiAjw, against a memorandum said to be written by the earl of Anglesey, and against the exceptions of Dr.

Walker and others. To which is added a preface, wherein the bold and insolent assertions published in a passage of ’s. Full text of "The works of King Charles the Martyr:: with a collection of declarations, treaties, and other papers concerning the differences between his said majesty and his. "If anyone has a desire to know the true author of the book entitled Eikon Basilike," Levett wrote, "I, one of the servants of King Charles the First, in his bedchamber, do declare, when his said Majesty was prisoner in the Isle of Wight, that I read over the above mentioned book, (which was long before the said book was printed) in his bed-chamber, writ with his Majesty's own hand, with several underlinings.".

Many cures are said to have been wrought by handkerchiefs and cloths dipped in the blood of the martyr, "proving that his late Majestie is now a Blessed Saint in Heaven".

Inthe diarist Evelyn heard Bishop Ken speaking to King Charles II of the "salutary effect of King Charles his Majesty's father's blood, in healing one that was blind".

The life and death of King Charles the first written by Dr. Perinchief: together with Eikon basilike: representing His sacred Majesty in his solitudes and sufferings: and a vindication of the same King Charles the martyr: proving him to be the author of the said Eikon basilike against a memorandum of the late Earl of Anglesey, and against the groundless exceptions of Dr.

Walker and others. Set Forth in the Tryal of King Charles I, third edition, lacks portrait, light staining in lower fore-corner [Wing E], J. Playford, [WAGSTAFFE (THOMAS)] A Defence of the Vindication of K.

Charles the Martyr, small ink stain on title, [Wing W], W. Bowyer, ; A Vindication of K. Charles the Martyr: Proving that His Majesty was the. The Vindication is by Thomas Wagstaffe.

Imperfect: The Eikon and "Prayers used by His Majesty", with specialand imprint dates ofand the t.p. of "A vindication" are lacking in the filmed copy. Reproduction of original in British Library. The killing of Charles I is still a divisive issue: you can join the Society of King Charles the Martyr, to pray for the man its members believe to be a saint and “for the defence of the Church.A vindication of King Charles the martyr: proving that His Majesty was the author of Eikon basilike against a memorandum, said to be written by the Earl of Anglesey and against the exceptions of Dr.

Walker and others / [Thomas Wagstaffe].