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

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BIBLIOGRAPHY
Although the bibliography consists almost entirely of printed material, a careful search of calendars and catalogues of manuscript material both in the United States and in England indicates that there is very little which is significant that has not been reproduced in printed form. The State Papers for the reign of Queen Elizabeth, official and private correspondence, and contemporary narratives have been published in such abundance that it has been possible to trace satisfactorily the career of the Earl of Essex during the last four years of his life without the extensive use of manuscript material.
CONTEMPORARY WORKS

I Official Documents
Acts of the Privy Council of England. New Series. Edited by J. R. Dasent. 32 Vols. London. 1890- 1907. These documents cover every field of official activity, and contain much valuable material. The prefaces are also serviceable in giving a good survey of the period. Vols. 27-32 contain the records for the years 1597-1601. There is a blank in the Council Office collection from April 21, 1599 to January 23, 1600. Many of the letters sent to the Privy Council during this period, however, are printed in the Calendar of State Papers, Ireland.
Baga de Secretis. 43 Elizabeth. Public Record Office. London. Pouch LVI contains an account of the trial and attainder of the Earl of Essex. The "Calendar of the contents of the Baga de Secretis" is printed in the Fourth Report of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records, Appendix II. London, 1843.

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