The Egerton Papers: A Collection of Public and Private Documents, Chiefly Illustrative of the Times of Elizabeth and James I, from the Original Manuscripts [!], the Property of the Right Hon. Lord Francis Egerton

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INDEX.
ABBOT, Archbishop, his letters for the burning of Legate and Wightman, 446, 448.
Aldridge, Sir John, death of, 256.
Alençon, Duke of, his projected marriage with Queen Elizabeth, 74.
Allegiance, oath of, orders for administering it to persons from abroad, 423.
All Souls' College, Oxford, and Stanton Harcourt, 117, 132.
Alnager of Devonshire and Cornwall, 93.
Altham, Baron, his opinion of Sir Edward Coke, 448.
Anecdotes and Traditions by Mr. W. J. Thoms, 144.
Anjou, Duke of, projected marriage of Queen Elizabeth with, 50, 70, 74.
Anthony, Charles, the King's engraver, employed to atter the Great Seal, 402.
Anticipation, commission of Henry VIII. for collecting monies by, 3.
Apparel, Act of 3 and 4 Edw. IV., and proclamation of Queen Elizabeth respecting dress, 247, 489.
Aquila, Don Juan, his descent upon and evacuation of Ireland, 399.
Archery, warrant to the Lord Keeper for the encouragement of, 217.
Assay, order of taking the, 186.
Associations for the defence of Queen Elizabeth in 1584, 108.
Bacon, Lord, a jewel deposited as security for a loan to, 395.
---------- appointed King's counsel, 367.
---------- conjecture that he wrote Sir R. Cecill's letter, 305.
---------- probability that he was private Secretary to Sir Robert Cecill, 269.
---------- his Chancery suit, and Lady Bacon's letter respecting it, 465.
---------- his first promotion, and his letter to Lord Ellesmere upon it, 266.
---------- his letter on the proposed reduction of the fees of the Clerk of the Star-Chamber, 272.
---------- his memorandum of the delivery of a box of evidence to Lord Ellesmere, 205.

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  • Title Page i
  • Council Of The Camden Society, Elected May 2, 1840. iii
  • Introduction. v
  • Chancery Records in the Tower. 1
  • Notes and Corrections. 487
  • Index. 493
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