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52 To my lord of Essex,

254

53 To my lord of Essex,

ibid.

54 To Sir Robert Cecil,

255

55 To my lord Henry Howard,

256

56 Two letters framed, the one as from Mr. Anthony

Bacon, to the earl of Essex; the other, as the

earl's answer thereunto,

257

57 A letter framed as from the earl ; in answer to the

former letter,

261

58 À letter to Mr. Secretary Cecil

, after the defeating

of the Spanish forces in Ireland; inciting him

to embrace the care of reducing that kingdom to

civility, with some reasons sent enclosed, 262

Considerations touching the queen's service in Ireland, 264

59 To my lord of Canterbury,

270

60 To Sir Thomas Lucy,

ibid.

61 A letter of recommendation of his service to the earl

of Northumberland, a few days before queen

Elizabeth's death,

271

Letters in the reign of King JAMES.

62 To Mr. Fowlys,

272

63 To Mr. Fowlys,

273

64 To Sir Thomas Chaloner, then in Scotland, before

his majesty's entrance,

274

65 An offer of service to the king, upon his first coming

in,

275

66 A letter to the lord of Kinlosse, upon his majesty's

entrance,

277

67 A letter to Dr. Morison, a Scottish physician,

upon his majesty's coming in,

278

68 To Mr. Davies, gone to meet the king, ibid.

69 To_Mr. Robert Kempe, upon the death of queen

Elizabeth,

279

70 To the earl of Northumberland, recommending a

proclamation to be made by the king at his en-

trance,

280

71 To the earl of Southampton, upon the king's coming

in,

281

72 To Mr.Matthew, signifying the proceedings of king

James, at his first entrance into England, 282

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73 To the earl of Northumberland,

284

74 Aletter to Mr.Murray of the king's bed-chamber,285

75 To Mr. Pierce, secretary to the lord deputy of Ire-
land,

ibid.

76 To the earl of Northampton, desiring him to present

the Advancement of Learning to the king, 286

77 To Sir Thomas Bodeley, upon sending his book of

Advancement of Learning,

287

78 To the earl of Salisbury, upon sending the Advance-

ment of Learning,

288

79 To the lord treasurer Buckhurst, on the same sub-

ject,

289

80 To the lord chancellor Egerton, on the same sub-

ject,

290

81 To Mr. Matthew,

ibid.

82 To Mr. Playfere, desiring him to translate the

Advancement into Latin,

291

83 To the lord chancellor, touching the History of

Britain,

293

84 To the king, touching the History of his Times, 296

85 A letter of expostulation to Sir Edward Coke, attor-

ney-general,

297

86 To the earl of Salisbury, concerning the solicitor's

place,

298

87 Another letter to the earl of Salisbury, touching the

solicitor's place,

299

88 To the lord chancellor, concerning the solicitor's

place,

300

89 To my lady Packington,

301

90 To the king, touching the solicitor's place, 302

91 To the earl of Salisbury upon a new-year's tide, 303

92 To Mr. Matthew, imprisoned for religion, 304

93 T. Mr. Matthew,

305

94 To Sir George Carew, on sending him the treatise,

In felicem memoriam Elizabethæ, 306

95 To the king, upon presenting the Discourse touch-

ing the Plantation of Ireland,

307

96 To the bishop of Ely, upon sending his writing, in-

titled, Cogitata et visa,

308

97 To Sir Thomas Bodeley, after he had imparted to

him a writing, intitled, Cogitata et visa, 310

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