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CONTENTS OF VOL. III.

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Sir Francis Bacon to the Earl of Salisbury, con-

cerning the solicitor's place.......

to the Earl of Essex, when Sir Robert Cecil

was in France..

to the Earl of Essex, concerning the Earl of

Tyrone.

to the Earl, before his going to Ireland.......

to the Earl of Essex, after his enlargement...

in recommendation of his service to the Earl

of Northumberland, a few days before Queen

Elizabeth's death.......

to Mr. Robert Kempe, upon the death of Queen

Elizabeth

to Mr. David Foules in Scotland, upon the en-

trance of his majesty's reign.......

to Sir Robert Cecil, after defeat of the Spa-

niards in Ireland, for reducing that kingdom

to civility, with some reasons enclosed...........

to the Lord Treasurer, touching his speech in

Parliament....

to the King, about the pardon of the Parlia

ment's sentence....

to Mr. Matthew, upon sending his book De

Sapientia Veterum ....

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to the King, touching matter of revenue and

profit......

to the King, touching the lord chancellor's

place......

to the King, upon presenting his discourse

touching the plantation of Ireland....... 24

to the Earl of Salisbury, upon sending him

one of his Books of Advancement of Learn-

ing.....

...... 10 The Lord Chancellor Bacon to the Lords......

to the King, of my lord chancellor's amend-
to the Duke................

ment, and the difference begun between the

Chancery and King's Bench..........

to Sir George Villiers, touching the difference

between the Courts of Chancery and King's

Bench.......

to the King, concerning the premunire in the

King's Bench against the Chancery...... 12

Lord Chancellor Bacon to the King, upon some

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to Sir George Villiers, upon the sending of his
patent for the creation of viscount. Sealed
August 20, 1616......

to Sir George Villiers, acknowledging the

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The Earl of Buckingham to the Lord Chamber-

lain

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general....

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to Sir Francis Bacon, attorney-general....

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to the Lord Chancel'or.....

to the Lord Chancellor.....

to Sir Francis Bacon, attorney-general...... 99

to Sir Francis Bacon, attorney-general..

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99 Sir Francis Bacon to the Lord Chancellor of Ire-

Sir Francis Bacon to the King......

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land.

Richard Martin, Esq. to Sir Francis Bacon..... 100 to the Lord Chief Justice of Ireland........ 114
Sir George Villiers to Sir Francis Bacon, attorney- The Marquis of Buckingham to the Lord Chan-
cellor....

general...

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Sir Edmund Bacon to Sir Francis Bacon, attor-
ney-general.

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to the Lord Chancellor......

Tobie Matthew to the Lord Chancellor.....

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