echard achieved the little fame by which he is remembered as an historical writer.
echard and Rapin are silent, both as to the event and as to the locality.
In all of his work echard sought and acknowledged the help of a whole series of unnamed encouragers and authorities.
In a note, echard is alluded to as the authority for this singular circumstance.
Even in his own age his part in it was, as obsolete echard says, 'all riddle and mystery.'
“Never were fairer promises on one side, nor greater generosity on the other,” says Mr. echard.
echard says, that Charles refused her a reprieve of six weeks.
It would be interesting to know why, in the years between 1691 and 1694, echard turned his attentions to the art of translation.
We have a curious speech he made to the tradesmen's wives in echard's "History of England," vol.
It is related by echard as reported of him, that he would kill and eat the children of the opposite party.