History of King Charles the Second of England
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Page 15 - I hope it was only for this day, and that to-morrow you will do it, for if you will not I must come to you and make you to take it, for it is for your health. I have given order to my Lord Newcastle to send me word to-night whether you will or not ; therefore, I hope you will not give me the pains to go ; and so I rest, Your affectionate mother, " HENRIETTE MARIE R.
Page 15 - I hear that you will not take physic. I hope it was only for this day, and that to-morrow you will do it, for if you will not I must come to you and make you to take it, for it is for your health. I have given order to my Lord Newcastle to send me word to-night whether you will or not...