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Nicholas Papers, ii. p. 134, Nov. 27, 1654; iii. p. 19. p. 156, Jan. I, 1655. ' In these conditions all bare-headed after him ; 21 so they l it was only to be expected that the want of a better occupation, would quarrel among themselves their mutual animosities were described as being even more virulent than they had been at Paris, and exaggerated accounts of them, of course, reached the Palais Royal. that an irreconcilable It was said difference' existed between Hyde and Wentworth, that Wentworth was also at enmity with Fleming and Fraser, and Fraser with Newburgh, and that Gerard, Blague, Price, Langdale, and Fraser formed a clique opposed to all the rest.
Mary, proceeding northward to a home which was to her a tedious and almost intolerable exile, found her only solace in the remembrance of her brother's grief. ' 3 For Charles the winter months passed slowly enough where the available distractions were not so lead him to forget his sister or his own at Cologne, great as to misfortunes. The kindness of the citizens left indeed nothing to be December desired, and the Papal Nuncio treated the exile with respect and courtesy, but the Princes held steadily aloof.
Had been a welcome guest own days of trouble and Court in his but Charles, having exile, expected little from that quarter, was the less chagrined. He now betook himself, with great cheerfulness, to compose his mind to his fortune,' and passed many hours at the English ' For exercise daily in the study of French and Italian. ' However that might be, startling reports of the proceedings at Cologne reached Paris from time to time. Very strange stuff comes from your Court in weekly letters,' wrote Hatton to Nicholas in November.
The Travels of the King: Charles II in Germany and Flanders 1654 - 1660 by Eva Scott