A compleat history of the life and raigne of King Charles from his cradle to his grave collected and written by William Sanderson, Esq.
Sanderson, William, Sir, 1586?-1676.

PROP. I.

His Revenue, of which though he was totally deprived into the condition of a private Gentleman, yet had they confidence to tell him, That they had received a very small proportion of it, which for the most part was imployed in the maintenance of his Majesties Children. But the King was content to rest upon the promise of the Parliament▪ to satisfie him for the Arrears due, and to leve the same for the future in the former way as before the War: yet this came not from them without a clog, upon condition, That the King would restore what had been taken for his own use upon any of the Bills assigned to other purposes by Act of Parliament, or out of the Provision made for the War in Ire∣land; as if the King had converted some sums of money for Ire∣land to his own use, when it was made evident, that the King had none, but that the Parliament Treasurers received all; so that this point was soon agreed upon.