Grammont, Count. MEMOIRS OF THE COURT OF CHARLES THE SECOND BY COUNT GRAMMONT, WITH NUMEROUS ADDITIONS AND ILLUSTRATIONS, AS EDITED BY SIR WALTER SCOTT. ALSO, THE PERSONAL HISTORY OF CHARLES, INCLUDING THE KING’S OWN ACCOUNT OF HIS ESCAPE AND PRESERVATION AFTER THE BATTLE OF WORCESTER, AS DICTATED TO PEPYS. AND THE BOSCOBEL TRACTS, OR, CONTEMPORARY NARRATIVES OF HIS MAJESTY’S ADVENTURES, FROM THE MURDER OF HIS FATHER TO THE RESTORATION. CAREFULLY EDITED, WITH ADDITIONAL ILLUSTRATIONS. London: Henry G. Bohn, York Street, Covent Garden, 1846. Printed by J. H. Cox Brothers, Great Queen-Street, Lincoln’s-Inn Fields. Bohn’s extra volume, with a publisher’s explanation for making this book a separate publication from its “Standard Library” on the verso of the half-title, a frontispiece engraving of Nell Gwynne. [initial blank; vi; 320 pages; p. 321-418 notes and illustrations [footnotes]; p. 419 – 454 personal history of Charles II; p. 455 – 476 His Majesty’s escape from Worcester; p. 477 – 536 the Boscobel tracts; p. 537 – 546 index; 1 concluding blank] 18.5 cm; 7 ¼ in; in half green goatskin on marbled boards with matching points and endpapers. Gilt lettering on spine. Five raised bands. Silk headband. Top page edge gilt. In-8. Spine slightly sunned. Fine.