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C. Whittingham, Tooks Cout,

Chancery Lane.

. CONTENTS.

Lord Chancellor Bacon to Sir George Villiers, of advice

concerning Ireland, from Gorhambury to Windsor

to the Earl of Northumberland

to the King

Sir Francis Bacon, the King's Attorney, returned with

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Postils of the King's own hand

to the Master of the Horse, upon the sending of his

Bill for Viscount, sc.

to Sir George Villiers, upon the sending his patent for

Viscount Villiers to be signed

to the King, about a Certificate of

Lord Coke's

my

to Mr. Toby Matthews

to the Earl of Salisbury

to the King

to the King

to the King

to the King, upon the sending unto him a beginning

of a History of his Majesty's Time

to the Lord Chancellor, touching the History of Bri-

tain

to the King, about the Pardon of the Parliament's

Sentence

to the King, upon presenting his Discourse, touching

the Plantation of Ireland

to the Earl of Salisbury, upon sending him one of his

Books of Advancement of Learning

The Lord Chancellor Bacon to the Lords

to the Duke

Sir Francis Bacon to the Lord Treasurer Buckhurst, upon

the same occasion, of sending his Book of Ad-

vancement of Learning

of the like argument, to the Lord Chancellor

of the like argument, to the Earl of Northampton,

with request to present the Book to his Majesty

his Letter of request to Doctor Playfer, to translate

the Book of Advancement of Learning into Latin

to Sir Thomas Bodley, upon sending him his Book

of the Advancement of Learning

Sir Thomas Bodley to Sir Francis Bacon, upon his new

Philosophy

Sir Francis Bacon to the Bishop of Ely, upon sending his

writing intituled, Cogitata et Visa

to Sir Thomas Bodley,

after he had imparted to him

a writing intituled, Cogitata et Visa

to Mr. Matthew, upon sending him part of Instau-

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77

ratio Magna

to Mr. Matthew, touching Instauratio Magna

92

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Lord Bacon to the King, touching my Lord Chancellor's

amendment, and the putting off, I. S. his Cause,

February 7, 1614

133

to the King, of account of Owen's Cause, etc. 11 Fe-

bruary, 1614

134

to the King, reporting the Day of Hearing of I. S.

his Cause, in the Star Chamber. 29 April, 1615 136

to the King, concerning the New Company, August

12, 1615

137

to Sir George Villiers, touching Roper's Place. Jan.

22, 1615

139

to the King, advising how to break off with the New

Company. February 3, 1615.

140

to the King, touching the Lord Chancellor's Sickness,

February 9, 1615

142

to Sir George Villiers, touching a Motion to swear him

Councillor. February 21, 1615

143

to the King, of Advice upon the Breach of the New

Company, Feb. 25, 1615

144

to Sir George Villiers, touching a Motion to swear

him Councillor. February 27, 1615

148

to Sir George Villiers, touching his swearing Council-

lor. May 30, 1616

149

to Sir George Villiers, upon the choice his Majesty

gave him, whether he would be sworn Councillor, or

have assurance to succeed the Chancellor. June 3,

1616

149

to his very honourable good friend, Sir George Vil-

liers, Master of the Horse to his Majesty, and of

the most noble Order of the Garter. June 12, 1616 150

to Sir George Villiers, for the restoring of Doctor

Burgis to preach. June 12, 1616

151

to the King, touching Sir George Villiers's Patent for

Baron of Bletchley and Viscount Villiers. August

12, 1616

152

to Sir George Villiers, upon the sending of his Patent

for the creation of Viscount. Sealed August 20,

1616.

152

to Sir George Villiers, acknowledging the King's

favour in granting some suit of his. August 22,

1616

153

to the University of Cambridge, in answer of their

Congratulation at his first coming to that place 154

King James to his Lordship, when he was Lord Chancellor,

with his Majesty's own hand, upon the sending to

him his Book of Instauratio Magna, then newly

published

154

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