Charles II's escape after the Battle of Worcester (Victorian woodcut) - Stock …
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During the Civil War in England, King Charles II was forced to flee for his life from the Battle of Worcester. He sought refuge at Boscobel, initially in a tree (the ‘Boscobel Oak’) and then in a priest hole in Boscobel House before escaping to France. Woodcut from “Pleasant Hours: A Monthly Journal of Home Reading and Sunday Teaching; Volume III” published by the Church of England’s National Society’s Depository, London, in 1863.

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