Daily entries from the 17th century London diary
Reposted from annotations to 19th April 1660.
Francis Mansell was a Royalist merchant from Chichester who arranged for a boat to take Charles to France from Shoreham following his defeat at Worcester in 1651. He is due to receive a pension and armorial bearings when the King comes home:
There may just be another connection between Montague and Mansell, or this may just be a coincidence of names. See this history of a house called Rivenhall, and note the Mountague names near Sir Francis
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