The Career of the Earl of Essex from the Islands Voyage in 1597 to His Execution in 1610

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APPENDIX B
WARRANT OF QUEEN ELIZABETH TO THE EARL OF ESSEX BEFORE HIS STARTING ON THE IRISH EXPEDITION, GIVING HIM PERMISSION TO RETURN TO ENGLAND

Printed in Calendar of the Patent and Close Rolls of Chancery in Ireland ( Dublin and London, 1861-63), II, pp. 531-532.

The Queen to the Earl of Essex, Lieutenant and Governor General of Ireland, the Council of State, and all other officers and ministers: "Where we have constituted you our cousin of Essex, by our Commission under our Great Seal, to be our Lieutenant and Governor-General of Ireland, and you have made humble suit unto us, that we would be pleased to grant unto you leave to make your repaire into England, as well to see our person, as to inform us of such things as may be for our important service; without which license if you should now depart, how great occasion soever you might finde to come over for such purposes, both your desire might be frustrated, by contrarie accident of winde, and these good opportunities lost, by protraction of sendinge to and fro for answere, which might otherwise have proved of good consequence to us and for our State; upon these considerations, at your humble request, and out of our confidence and full assurance in your care, dutye, and judgment, that you will never adventure any such returne, until you have so settled things there, as no danger may arise by means of your departure, and leaving our kingdom under the rule of any other, a matter whereof we commend you to take special care as you will answer it, we are pleased, and do hereby really and fully authorize you at such time as you shall think best, with observation of the former cautions, to make your personal repaire hither with your ordinarie retinew.

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