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People/Characters: Nell Gwynne

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All the King's ladies by John Harold Wilson
All the King's Women by Derek Wilson
Bewitched by Sandra Schwab
City of Sin: London and Its Vices by Catharine Arnold
Cupid and the King: Five Royal Paramours by HRH Princess Michael of Kent
The Darling Strumpet by Gillian Bagwell
Great Tales from English History Omnibus by Robert Lacey
Hela Englands Nell Gwyn : en tidsbild från Karl II:s dagar by Oswald Kuylenstiernanot in English Common Knowledge
Here Lies our Sovereign Lord by Jean Plaidy
King Charles II by Antonia Fraser
The Loves of Charles II (The Wandering Prince / A Health Unto His Majesty / Here Lies Our Sovereign Lord ) by Jean Plaidy
Mistress Nell by F. W. Kenyon
The mistresses of Charles II by Brian Masters
Mrs. Nelly: The Life and Times of Nell Gwynn by Frank W Kenyon
Nell Gwyn by Derek Parker
Nell Gwyn: Royal Mistress by John Harold Wilson
Painted Ladies: Women at the Court of Charles II by Catherine MacLeod
The Perfect Royal Mistress by Diane Haeger
The Remarkable Life and Times of Eliza Rose by Mary Hooper
Restoration London: Everyday Life in London 1660-1670 by Liza Picard
Rival Sultanas: Nell Gwyn, Louise dee Kéroualle and Hortense Mancini by H. Noel Williams
Royal Mistresses by Charles Carlton
Royal Survivor: The Life of Charles II by Stephen Coote
Sex With Kings by Eleanor Herman
Simon Dale by Anthony Hope
Three Charles for Nell by Gwynedd Sudworth
Uppity Women of Shakespearean Times by Vicki Leon
The Vizard Mask by Diana Norman

Character description

Eleanor "Nell" Gwynne (or Gwyn or Gwynn) (1650-1687), was a famous English actress and a long-time lover of King Charles II. Called "pretty, witty Nell" by Samuel Pepys.

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