Calendar of the Stuart Papers Belonging to His Majesty the King, Preserved at Windsor Castle, Vol. 3: Presented to Parliament by Command of His Majest by Windsor Castle Royal LibraryCalendar of the Stuart Papers Belonging to His Majesty the King, Preserved at Windsor Castle, Vol. 3: Presented to Parliament by Command of His Majest by Windsor Castle Royal Library

Calendar of the Stuart Papers Belonging to His Majesty the King, Preserved at Windsor Castle, Vol…

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Excerpt from Calendar of the Stuart Papers Belonging to His Majesty the King, Preserved at Windsor Castle, Vol. 3: Presented to Parliament by Command of His Majesty

The period from 1 October, 1716, to 28 February, 1717, included in this volume, covers the remaining part of James' sojourn at Avignon and leaves him on the other side of the Alps on his way to Bologna.

Just as the volume was going to press a mass of docu ments belonging to the periods included in it and the two previous volumes was discovered at Windsor. Those belonging to the period included in this volume have been put into an Appendix. The remainder will be dealt with in the next volume. To make sure of seeing every document down to the end of February, 1717, it will therefore be necessary to consult all the four volumes.

Though James' illness was not at first supposed to be serious or at any rate was represented not to be so (pp. 17, he appears to have become worse about 6 October. On that day Mar Wrote a letter (not among the papers) to Queen Mary which she received on the l0th. Only Madame Molza was with her when she opened it, to whom the Queen could not hide her great trouble (p. She immediately took steps to procure a skilful surgeon (pp. 59, 60) and M. Guerin was selected, who left Paris on the 13th (pp. 70, On the 21st he performed a severe operation for fistula on James, who endured it with the greatest fortitude (p. 113) His recovery was slow but without complications (p. 135, though he was not able to write with his own hand till the middle of December (p.

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Title:Calendar of the Stuart Papers Belonging to His Majesty the King, Preserved at Windsor Castle, Vol…Format:PaperbackDimensions:720 pages, 9 × 6 × 1.44 inPublished:November 9, 2018Publisher:FB&C LtdLanguage:English

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