1661   

23rd. April Tuesday
The coronation of Charles II. celebrated by processions, dinners, &c., April 23. The conduit ran claret instead of water. Warden Heyrick preached on the devine right of kings to govern. "God save the king" was his text, and the sermon was printed. A full account of these festivities is given in an account written by Mr. William Heawood, who was steward of the manor, which was printed in 1841.(7)