The Royal Oak the Penderell Family have no idea where Charles is A satirical illustration of King Charles II escaping into exile King Charles II in disguise riding before Mrs Lane by which he made his escape Lord Wilmot in the distance After the execution of his father Charles I Charles II claimed the throne and invaded England in He was defeated by the Parliamentarian army at the Battle of Worcester and was forced to hide in a hollow oak tree near Boscobel House in Shropshire to elude the Parliamentarian forces trying to capture him Charles escaped into exile in disguise but returned when the monarchy was restored after the death of Oliver Cromwell and the end of the Protectorate From The Comic History of England by Gilbert Abbott A Beckett illustrated by John Leech Bradbury Agnew Co London
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