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THE MERRY MONARCH;
ENGLAND UNDER CHARLES II.
ITS ART, LITERATURE, AND SOCIETY.
2 Vols. Deiny 8vo, 835 pages, 21S.
"There is not a dull page in these bulky volumes; they are brightly and amusingly written, and furnish an admirable picture of Society in the days of the Merry Monarch.'-Standard.
“This book is entertaining from the first page to the last.- Whitehall Review.
“We heartily commend this instructive and amusing work to all who desire, at the least pains to themselves, to gain an insight into the penetralia of Court and social life in the reign of “ The Merry Monarch.”—County Gentleman.
"A book which is full of interesting records, carefully arranged, and which contains much valuable original writing.'-- Manchester Courier.
"No period in English history is more full of interest to the general reader, and so well repays a study of the men and manners of the time, as that period which forms the subject of Mr Davenport Adams's latest work.'--Birmingham Daily Gazette.
* This is a very interesting book, on a very interesting subject.'Sheffield Daily Telegraph.