true relation of the reception of His Majestie and conducting him through the City



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Statementby ... Thomas Aleyn, Lord Mayor ... the Aldermen ... and severall Companies ... the 29 of ... May ... (Anon.).
ContributionsCharles II, King of England, 1630-1685.
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A true relation of the reception of his Majestie and conducting him through the city of London by the right honourable Thomas Aleyn Lord Mayor and the aldermen his brethren: and severall companies both civil and military, on Tuesday the 29 of this instant May, being the day of his Majesties birth.

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