The Works of Francis Bacon, Volumen9

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OF THE SECOND VOLUME
1
LETTER TO MR R CECIL ABROAD
4
Bacons advice to the Queen Commanded to draw up a narra
11
Bacon hearing that Essex has been commanded to keep
12
Projected attack on the Spanish fleet and coasts Qualifications
28
CHAPTER III
47
Death of Sir William Hatton Bacons project of marriage with
53
Mr Mill threatened with other charges Bacons interest in
62
THEREUNTO
181
Montjoy appointed to the command in Ireland Renewed pro
190
Two LETTERS FRAMED BY SIR FRANCIS BACON THE ONE
197
Private affairs Preparation for his double reading at Grays
204
16001 FEBRUARY ÆTAT 40
215
General result of the campaign Difficulty of believing that
223
Errors in the management of the case by Coke and inadequate
233
Bacon commanded to draw up a narrative of the treason for
239

The Island Voyage Plan and conduct of the expedition causes
68
15978 ÆTAT 37
77
Grant of three subsidies payable in three years passed without
83
Jealousies and discontents of the Earl of Essex The Lord
89
Terms offered to Tyrone His exceptions Bacons advice asked
96
More Tower employment Conspiracy of Edward Squire
108
Largeness of the authority stipulated for by Essex Bacons
127
Misgivings with regard to Essexs purposes Tone of his letters
136
CHAPTER VII
152
Essex still at York House How employed
163
Essex recommended by his friends to attempt an escape into
169
A DECLARATION OF THE PRACTICES AND TBEASONS
245
245
275
SOME PARTICULARITIES
284
THE CONFESSIONS AND OTHER EVIDENCE with all the omitted
291
Credibility of the story
325
Declaration of Sir Charles Davers
333
Examination of Henry Cuffe 2nd of March 1600
342
Examination of Henry Cuffe 2nd of March 1600
351
Confession of Henry Earl of Southampton
358
Edward Temples Letter to Westwood
364

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