Restoration, The

Restoration, The, the name given in English history to the re-establishment of monarchy and the return of Charles II. to the throne, 29th May 1660, after the fall of the Commonwealth.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Ressaidar * Restorationists
Replica
Repoussé
Repton
Republic
Republicans, The
Requiem
Reredos
Resina
Responsions
Ressaidar
Restoration, The
Restorationists
Resurrectionist
Retford, East
Retina
Retributive Justice
Retz, Cardinal de
Retz, Gilles de
Retzch, Moritz
Reuchlin, Johann
Reunion

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