The Letters And The Life Of Francis Bacon (volume 5); Including All His Occasional Works Namely Letters Speeches Tracts State Papers Memorials Devices by Francis Bacon

The Letters And The Life Of Francis Bacon (volume 5); Including All His Occasional Works Namely…

byFrancis Bacon

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This historic book may have numerous typos, missing text or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1869. Not illustrated. Excerpt: ... 401 INDEX TO VOLUME V. ABBOT. Abbot, George, Archbishop of Canter- bury, voluntary offers of pecu- niary aid to the King initiated by: recommendatory letter is- sued by him thereon, 78, 79. Amount of his own contribution, 80. One of the Council responsible for the order for putting Peacham to the torture, 92. His speech on the expediency of calling a new Parliament, 205. Why not suited for the place of Lord Chancellor, 243. Called "Unctius" in the corre- spondence between Somerset and Overbury, 288. One of the Committees named by the King in the dispute between the Chancery and King's Bench Courts, 351. 371. Interdicts Burgess the Puritan from preaching, 371. See 357. 369. Adams, a witness in Peacham's case, 125. Alford, Mr., M.P., on the Bishop of Lincoln's speech in the other House, 61. Allen, William, and Richard Glanville, "base fellows and turbulent," put forward as prosecutors in a pramttnire indictment, 251. 253. See 398. Altham, James, Judge, 360. BACON. Amos, Professor, his ' Great Oyer of Poisoning,' its object and cha- racter, 344--346. Anabaptist doctrine as to the pulling down of magistrates, 158. 166. Andrews, Dr., 202. Sec Winchester. Anne, Queen of James I., named Agrip- pina in correspondence between Somerset and Overbury, 288. Allusion made to her in Franklin's confession, 339. Arabella, the Lady, monopoly licence granted to, 356. Arundel, dowager Countess of, claim of the Crown against the, 224. Arundel, Earl of, message from the King delivered to Bacon by, 224. Ashley, Mr., M.P., on the Bishop of Lincoln's speech in the other House, 62. Ashton, letter brought to Somerset by, 288. Attainted persons; bill brought in for making their estates liable for payment of their debts, 41. Attorney-General; his right to sit in Parliament negatived; specia...

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Title:The Letters And The Life Of Francis Bacon (volume 5); Including All His Occasional Works Namely…Format:PaperbackDimensions:174 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.37 inPublished:January 11, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0217956521

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