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Howard, Thomas, earl of Arundel,
297, ii. 192

Howard lord Thomas, earl of Suf-
folk-a privy-councillor, 113—
further promoted, 114.-Bribed
by Spain, 198.-Lord-treasurer,
408.-Chancellor of Cambridge,
ii. 2, 54, 109

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INCLOSURES, grievance of, 104, 106

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JAMES I.-Birth, 2--accession to
the Scotish throne, ibid.--edu-
cation by Buchanan, 4.--He as-
sumes the power, 9-chooses
two favorites, 10--is controlled
by the nobles, 12-liberated, 13
-humbles the church, 15-ca-
pitulates to the nobles and allies
himself with queen Elizabeth, 16
--writes on the Apocalypse, 17.
--His conduct on his mother's
death, 18--conduct to the ca-
tholic nobles, 19, 25, 27--voy-
age to Denmark, 19-profes-
sions respecting presbytery, 22
--is endangered by Bothwell,
23, 24, 26, 27.--His transactions
with the Scotch church, 29 to
32.--Writes to the pope, 32.--
His Basilicon Doron, 33-con-
duct respecting Gowrie conspi-
racy, 39 et seq.-transactions
with the earl of Essex, 46-cha-
racter at the close of his reign
in Scotland, 59.-Accession and
title to the English crown, 86.—
He takes leave of his Scotch
subjects, 95.-Description of his
person and manners, 97.-He
hangs a thief without trial, 103.

-How described by Bacon, 111.
--Conduct to Raleigh conspi-
rators, 171, 174.-Speeches at
Hampton-court conference, 178,
179.--Proclamation respecting

choice of members of parlia-
ment, 182.-Unpopular man-
ners, 183.-First speech in par-
liament, 184.-Letter respect-
ing the union of the kingdoms,
188..--Blasphemy and profane-
ness, 189.-Love of wit, 228.-
Examination of sleeping preach-
er, 230.-Conduct respecting
powder-plot, 255,-respecting
catholics, 275.-Speech on the
union, 284.-Conversation with
Harrington, 286.-Conduct re-
specting oath of allegiance, 319.
-Disparages the common law,
348. Makes an arrogant speech
to parliament, 350.-Confers
with sir H. Neville and other
members, 375-Attacks Vor-
stius, 381.-Burns two heretics,
385.-Visits Cambridge, ii. 1.-
His parting with Somerset, 11.
-Approves d'Ancre's murder,
51. Conduct to the Scotch
church, 59.-Respecting Sab-
bath-keeping, 76.-Appears in
Star-chamber, 117.-Publishes
his works, 121.-Sends dele-
gates to the synod of Dort, 122.
-Ill-treats Selden, 127.-Con-
duct in Bohemian affairs, 145,
147.-Speech against flocking
to London, 150-against the
common law, 153.-Attempts a
benevolence, 189.-His conduct
to Usher, 226.-Speech against
monopolies, 228.-Tries in vain
to soothe the commons, 235.-
Adjourns them in anger, 237.-
His letter to the speaker, 280.
-Rejoinder to parliament, 284.
-Caricatures of him, 303.-Li-
berates recusants, 304.-Letters
to Bucks and the prince, 325,
335, 338.-Sickness--death-
character-works and funeral
sermon, 394 et seq.
Jesuits, female, ii. 142
Jonson, Benjamin, 151.---His
masks, 209

LAKE,

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LAKE, Sir Thomas, ii. 118.
Laud, archbishop, ii. 227, 255, 262
and 4

Lenox, duke of. See Stuart
Literature, its state in England,
74

Lyttelton family, 244 and 5

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MANNERS, State of, 80
Markham, sir Griffin, his plots,
147, 148, 149.-Convicted of
high treason, 163.-Behaviour,
170, 172.-Reprieved, 174.-
After fortunes, 175
Masks, described, 207.--Mask of
Blackness, 210-of Beauty, 292
- of Queens, 357

Middlesex, earl of. See Cranfield,

Lionel

Montgomery, earl of. See Her-
bert, Philip

Montjoy, Charles Blount lord,
113, 138, 290
Morton, earl of, 9, 10
Murray, earl of, 24
Music, state of, 79

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USHER, archbishop, ii. 226
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VILLIERS, George, his introduction
at court, ii. 4 to 9.-Made earl of
Buckingham and master of the
horse, 56.-His onduct in his
brother's marriage, 64 et seq.—
Haughty treatment of Bacon,
72.-Dignities held by him and
his family, 138.-His guilt con-
cerning monopolies, 206.-Fol-
lows the advice of Williams,
210. His conduct to Bacon,
215.-Plans to take the prince
to Spain, 313.-Gives offence
there, 337, 345.-Conduct on
his return, 355, 361.-Takes

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Shoe-lane, London.

popular courses, 363, 371, 372,
375.-Is accused to the king,
377.-Restored to favor, 381.
-Attacks Bristol, 383.-Con-
duct to James on his death-bed,
394

Vorstius, Conrad, 382

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WARWICK, Robert, earl of, ii. 245
Whitgift, archbishop, 181
Williams, John, lord-keeper and
archbishop, origin of, ii. 132.—
Advice to Buckingham, 208.--
Keeper of the seals, 249.-Bi-
shop of Lincoln, 254.-Anec
dotes of, 306.-Restores Buck
ingham to favor, 378
Witchcraft, trials for, ii. 166
Winwood, sir Ralph, ii. 83
Wotton, Edward lord, 114

sir Henry, 116, ii. 174
Wroth, lady, 217

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YELVERTON, Sir Henry, attorney
general, ii. 231.

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