|Author:||Lovelace, Francis, 1594-1664.|
|Title:||The speech of Francis Lovelace Esquire recorder of Canterbury.: To the Kings most Excellent Majestie at his coming to Canterbury the 27 day of October 1660.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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The speech of Francis Lovelace Esquire recorder of Canterbury.: To the Kings most Excellent Majestie at his coming to Canterbury the 27 day of October 1660.
Lovelace, Francis, 1594-1664.
London: printed by S. Griffin, for Matthew Walbancke, at Grays-Inne Gate, 1660.
Speeches, addresses, etc., English
Great Britain -- History
THE SPEECH OF FRANCIS LOVELACE Esq, Recorder of the City of CANTERBƲRY, to the Kings most excellent Majestie at his coming to Canterbury the 27. day of October 1660.
THE SPEECH OF FRANCIS LOVELACE Esq RECORDER OF CANTERBVRY, TO THE QUEEN At her coming to Canterbury, the 31 day of October 1660. She then being in the same Coach, with the King, and all the Royal Princes and Princesses.