The Works of Francis Bacon, Volumen14

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Proceedings against the Dutch merchants for exportation
1
Death of the Queen Dangerous illness of the King
5
Confessions of Churchill the registrar Bacon still without
8
TO THE PRINCE
9
laws
16
TO THE R HONBLE HIS VERY GOOD L THE DUKE OF BUCK
22
Account to be given to the King on his return from the pro
40
12
55
Method of judicial inquiry pursued by the Lords Its
245
Reasons for not accepting as proved against him more than
251
Case of the Earl of Suffolk
272
Character of the House of Lords as Judge and Jury Case
273
CHAPTER VII
279
TO THE MARQUIS OF BUCKINGHAM 31 May 1621
280
Partial remission of the sentence of exclusion from the verge
300
The fair Manuscript of the History of Henry VII completed
302

TAKEN
60
Progress of financial reform Reduction of debt
83
Character of the Star Chamber as described by Coke and Bacon
90
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SPAIN
105
TO THE MARQUIS OF BUCKINGHAM Lo HIGH ADMIRAL
109
Capture of Prague by the Bavarians Change in the position
118
Preparations for Parliament
123
Sir H Yelverton called to answer in the Star Chamber
133
Proceeding in the Star Chamber against Yelverton OPENING
136
TO THE KING from Bacon Montagu and Naunton 12
150
The Kings decision on the Patent for engrossing wills
154
CHAPTER V
160
Prosperity of Bacons personal fortunes To be created Viscount
166
Grant of two subsidies without reference to the Palatinate
179
Attack upon monopolies Bacons policy overruled at
185
Bacon XIV
186
Letter from the Tower
189
The Conference passes without any mention of the Referees till
195
A third conference between the Houses for the production of
202
CHAPTER VI
209
A second complaint of the same kind The Commons desire
215
Reviews records of analogous cases
231
The King declines to interfere The Lords proceed with
239
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319
Applies to Digby to use his influence to the same
322
The condition on which Buckingham was appeased at last
334
CHAPTER VIII
348
Design of the Dialogue of a Holy War
367
Letter to an Italian philosopher in answer to questions concern
374
Collection of Natural and Experimental History Resolution
380
On second thoughts resolves to withhold the letter and turn
386
Death of the Provost of Eton Suit to succeed
406
Toby Matthew joins the party at Madrid Suit for the Provost
420
Expected conclusion of the marriage treaty The Infanta
430
INCLYTA ACADEMIÆ OXONIENSI
439
The Provostship of Eton given to Sir H Wotton Suit for
451
Causes of the failure of the warpolicy Indifference of
479
CHAPTER X
511
No letters preserved written during the next 6 months Publica
523
Progress of the Great Instauration
531
Failure of enterprise against Spain Birth of a son and heir
538
TO THE EARL OF ARUNDEL AND SURREY
550
His own judgment on his own case
559
132
561
APPENDIX
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586
List of papers entered in Robert Stephenss catalogue to which
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