ONE of a pair of stout buff leather riding gloves, entirely without ornamentation, ''"hey were exhibited at the Stuart Collection at the New Gallery in 1889 (No. 4.77 in the Catalogue), and were thus described: "Fresented to Edmund Lovel, great-great-grandfather of the present owner, by King Charles II. Mr. Lovel had raised a troop of horse for the service and restoration of the King, who, meeting him at the head of his men, drew the gloves from his hands and gave them to Mr. Lovel as a memento." I he property of Mrs. Speid.
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