Robert Greville, 4th Baron Brooke was one of the six representatives from the Higher House (i.e. the Lords) sent to The Hague to assure Charles II that he was welcome to come home.
FROM A RELATION IN FORM of JOURNAL, OF THE VOYAGE And RESIDENCE Which The most EXCELLENT and most MIGHTY PRINCE CHARLES THE II KING OF GREAT BRITAIN, &c.
Hath made in Holland, from the 25 of May, to the 2 of June, 1660.
Rendered into English out of the Original French, By Sir WILLIAM LOWER, Knight. Page 51
Sir William says it was Foulk, which is the name of his brother, the 5th Lord Brooke, but Foulk's Parliamentary bio says it was his brother Robert.
Chart showing the number of references in each month of the diary’s entries.