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RUPERT OF THE RHINE:
History of a Brave Prince.
MARY C. BUSHE.
“I call to mind the Cavaliers,
SIR FRANCIS DOYLE's Miscellaneous Poetry.
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THE VOLUMES which I have chiefly consulted during the preparation of this little work have been Warburton's “ Memoirs of Prince Rupert," Clarendon's “ History of the Rebellion,” Miss Strickland's “ Lives of the Queens of England,” and some few others of less note. In a work of such slight pretensions I have not thought it necessary to append authorities for each fact recorded, and trust that a general reference to the above-mentioned names may be considered sufficient.
M. C. B.