The works of that great monarch, and glorious martyr, King Charles I. In two volumes. ... . Containing, Eikon Basilike; or, the Portraiture of his most sacred Majesty in his Solitudes and Sufferings. Papers that passed, at Newcastle, between his Majesty and Mr A. Henderson, concerning the Change of Church-Government, in the Year 1648. His Majesty's Prayers during his Restraint. Messages for Peace, sent by his Majesty to the two Houses, before and since the breaking out of the War. Declarations. Letters written by his Majesty since the Beginning of the Parliament. Together with all the Letters that passed between his Majesty and the Queen. All the Speeches delivered by his Majesty to the Two Houses of Parliament at Westminster, and at other Places, since his first Parliament in 1625.
- Charles I, King of England, 1600-1649.
- MDCCLXVI.