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Earl of Essex to Mr. Bacon

To Mr. Murray

Foulke Grevill, Esq. to Mr. Bacon

145 To Mr. Murray

165

145 To the king

165

To Mr. Bacon's brother Antony

146 Suppplement of two passages in Mr. Bacon's

Earl of Essex to Mr. Bacon

146 speech in the king's bench against Owen

166

To Mr. Bacon's brother Antony

146 To Mr. Murray

167

To Sir Robert Cecil, sent with the preceding to

To lord Norris

167

Mr. Antony Bacon

147 To the king

The speeches drawn up by Mr. Bacon for the To Sir George Villiers

169

earl of Essex in a device exhibited by his To Sir George Villiers, about the examination

lordship before queen Elizabeth, on the an-

of Sir Robert Cotton

169

niversary of her accession to the throne, Mr. Tobie Matthew to Sir Francis Bacon 170

November 17, 1595

147 | To the judges

171

The squire's speech

147 | Questions legal for the judges, in the case of the

The hermit's speech in the presence

148 earl and countess of Somerset

171

The soldier's speech

148 Questions of convenience, whereupon his Ma-

The statesman's speech

149 jesty may confer with his council

171

The reply of the squire

150 A particular remembrance for his Majesty 171

To Sir Thomas Egerton, lord keeper of the The heads of the charge against Robert earl of

great scal

151 Somerset

172

To the earl of Essex, on his lordship's going on To Sir George Villiers

173

the expedition against Cadiz

152 The charge of the attorney-general, Sir Francis

The earl of Essex to Mr. Bacon

153 Bacon, against Frances countess of Somerset,

To Mr. Bacon's brother Antony

153 intended to have been spoken at her arraign-

To Sir Thomas Egerton, lord keeper of the great ment, on May 24, 1616, in case she had plead-

seal

154 ed not guilty

174

To Sir Robert Cecil, secretary of state

154 To the king

176

The substance of a letter Mr. Bacon wished the Mr. Tobie Matthew to Sir Francis Bacon 177

earl of Essex should write to her Majesty 154 Mr. Tobie Matthew to Sir Francis Bacon . 178

To Mr. Secretary Cecil

155 Mr. Tobie Matthew to Sir Francis Bacon

178

A true remembrance of the abuse Mr. Bacon

To the king

. 179

received of Mr. Attorney-general publicly in Richard Martin to Sir Francis Bacon

179

the exchequer the first day of term

155 To the king

180

To Robert lord Cecil.

156 The lord viscount Villiers to Sir Francis Bacon 180

To the same

156 | To the king

To Sir John Davis, his Majesty's attorney-gene-

Remembrances of his Majesty's declaration,

ral in Ireland .

157

touching the lord Coke

181

To Isaac Casaubon

157 | To Sir Francis Bacon, from lord viscount Vil-

The beginning of a letter immediately after my

liers

182

lord treasurer's decease

157 Sir Edmund Bacon to Sir Francis Bacon · 182

To the king, immediately after the lord trea-

To the king

183

surer's death

157 | To the king

183

To the king

158 Remembrances for the king before his going

To the king

158

into Scotland

184

To the king

159 Sir Edward Coke to the king

184

In Henricum Principem Walliæ Elogium Fran-

To the king

185

cisci Baconi

159 Additional instruction to Sir John Digby 185

A translation of the eulogy on Henry, prince of

Account of council business

185

Wales

160 To the lord keeper

. 186

To the king

161 To the reverend University of Oxford

187

The charge against Mr. Whitelocke

161

To the lord keeper

187

Robert earl of Somerset to Sir Thomas Over-

To the lord keeper

187

bury

163 To the lord keeper

187

To the king

163 Lord keeper Bacon to Mr. Maxey, fellow of

Reasons why it should be exceeding much for Trinity college, Cambridge

188

his Majesty's service to remove the lord Coke The lord keeper to his niece, about her marriage 188

from being attorney-general, to be chief jus- To the lord keeper

188

tice of England

163 To the lord keeper

188

To the king

164 To the earl of Buckingham

188

To John Murray of the bed-chamber to the king 165 | To the lord keeper

189

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To the lord viscount Fenton

· 189 | To the lord chancellor.

. 206

To the lord keeper, written from Scotland, 1618 189 To the lord chancellor

206

To the earl of Buckingham

191 To the king, concerning the form and manner

To the lord keeper

191 of proceeding against Sir Walter Raleigh 207

To the king

191 To the lord chancellor

207

The king to the lord keeper, in answer to his To the marquis of Buckingham

. 207
lordship's letter from Gorhambury, 1617 192 To the lord chancellor

208

To the lord keeper Bacon

194 To the lord chancellor

208

To the lord keeper

194 To the lord chancellor

208

Sir Henry Yelverton, attorney-general, to the To the marquis of Buckingham

208

lord keeper

194 To the lord chancellor

209

To the lord keeper

195 To the lord chancellor

. 209

Advice to the king, for reviving the commission

To the marquis of Buckingham

209

of suits

195 To the lord chancellor

. 209

The earl of Buckingham to the lord keeper, Sir To the marquis of Buckingham

209

Francis Bacon

196 To the lord chancellor

: 210

To the earl of Buckingham

196 To the lady Clifford

210

To the earl of Buckingham

197 To the lord chancellor

. 210

To the lord keeper

197 To the lord chancellor

210

To the lord keeper

197 To the lord chancellor

. 211

Sir Francis Englefyld to the lord keeper 197 To the lord chancellor

211

To the lord keeper

198 To the lord chancellor, and Sir Lionel Tanfield,

To the lord keeper

198

lord chief baron of the exchequer

211

To the lord keeper

. 198 To the marquis of Buckingham

. 211

To the lord keeper

198 To the marquis of Buckingham

212

To the lord keeper

198 Minute of a letter to the count Palatine of the

To the earl of Buckingham

199 Rhine

. 212

To the lord keeper

199 To the lord chancellor

212

To the lord keeper

199 To the marquis of Buckingham

212

To the earl of Buckingham

199 To the marquis of Buckingham

213

To the lord keeper

200 To the marquis of Buckingham

213

To the lord keeper

200 To the lord chancellor

213

To the earl of Buckingham

200 To the lord chancellor

213

To the earl of Buckingham

200 To the marquis of Buckingham

213

To Sir James Fullerton

200 To the marquis of Buckingham

214

To the lord chancellor

201 To the marquis of Buckingham

214

To the lord chancellor

201 To the lord chancellor

214

To the lord chancellor

201 To the lord chancellor

214

To Sir Henry Yelverton, attorney-general . 201 To the marquis of Buckingham

. 215

To the marquis of Buckingham

202 To the marquis of Buckingham

215

To the lord chancellor

202 To the lord chancellor

215

To the lord chancellor

202 | To the lord chancellor

215

To the lord chancellor

202 To the marquis of Buckingham

216

To the lord chancellor

203 To the marquis of Buckingham

216

To the lord chancellor

203 To the lord chancellor

216

To the marquis of Buckingham

203 To the lord chancellor

217

To the lord chancellor

203 To the marquis of Buckingham

. 217

To the lord chancellor

203 To the lord chancellor

217

To the lord chancellor

203 To Mr. Secretary Calvert

. 218

To the lord chancellor of Ireland

204 To the king

218

To the lord chief justice of Ireland

204 To the lord chancellor

218

To the lord chancellor

204 To the marquis of Buckingham

219

To the lord chancellor

204 To the marquis of Buckingham

219

To the lord chancellor

204 To the lord chancellor

220

To the lord chancellor

205 To the lord chancellor

220

To the lord chancellor

205 To the marquis of Buckingham

2:20

To the lord chancellor

205 To the lord chancellor

220

To the lord chancellor

205 To the lord chancellor

221

To Mr. Isaac Wake, his Majesty's agent at the

To the king

221

· court of Savoy

206 | To the lord chancellor

222

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To the king.

222 To John lord Digby

To the lord chancellor

222 | To the lord viscount St. Alban

To the lord chancellor

223 To the marquis of Buckingham

236

To the marquis of Buckingham

223 | A memorial of conference when the lord viscount

To the king, thanking his Majesty for his gra- St. Alban expected the marquis of Bucking-

cious acceptance of his book

223 ham

237

To the marquis of Buckingham

223 Thomas Meautys, Esq. to the lord viscount St.

Notes of a speech of the lord chancellor in the

Alban

237

star-chamber, in the cause of Sir Henry To the lord viscount St. Alban

238

Yelverton, attorney-general

224 To the lord viscount St. Alban

238

To the marquis of Buckingham

224 Lodowic Stewart, duke of Lenox, to the lord

Lord chancellor Bacon to the marquis of Buck-

viscount St. Alban

239

ingham

224 Answer of the lord viscount St. Alban

239

To the king

224 To the marquis of Buckingham

239

To the lord chancellor

225 To the marquis of Buckingham

239

To the marquis of Buckingham

225 John Selden, Esq. to the lord viscount St Alban 240

To the king

226 To Mr. Tobie Matthew

.240

The lord chancellor and two chief justices to To the marquis of Buckingham

240

the marquis of Buckingham

226 | Fragments of several kinds

240

'To the lord chancellor, and the lord Mande- To the lord viscount St. Alban

242

ville, lord treasurer of England

227 | To the lord viscount St. Alban

242

To the marquis of Buckingham

227 | To Henry Cary, lord viscount Falkland

243

To the lord chancellor

228 To the lord treasurer

243

To the lord chancellor

228 To the lord treasurer

243

To the lord chancellor

228 Thomas Meautys, Esq. to the lord viscount St.

To the king

228 Alban

244

To the lord chancellor

229 To Thomas Meautys, Esq.

244

Specch of the lord viscount St. Alban, lord chan- To Mr. Tobie Matthew

244

cellor, to the parliament, 1620

229 To the queen of Bohemia

244

To the marquis of Buckingham

229 Sir Edward Sackville to the lord viscount St.

To the king

230 Alban

245

To the marquis of Buckingham

230 To the lord keeper, Dr. Williams, bishop of

To the chancellor of the duchy, Sir Humphrey Lincoln

245

May

230 To the marquis of Buckingham

246

Memoranda of what the lord chancellor intended To the lord viscount St. Alban

246

to deliver to the king, 1621, upon his first ac- To the countess of Buckingham, mother to the

cess to his Majesty after his troubles

231

marquis of Buckingham

246

Draught of another paper to the same pur- To the marquis of Buckingham

247

pose

232 Memorial of access

247

Notes

upon

Michael De la Pole's case

232 To the lord viscount St. Alban

248

Notes upon Thorpe's case

232 To the marquis of Buckingham

248

Notes upon Sir John Lee's case

232 Remembrances of the lord viscount St. Alban,

Notes

upon

lord Latimer's case

233

upon his going to the lord treasurer

249

John lord Neville's case

233 To lady Buckingham, mother of the duke 249

To the count Gondomar, ambassador from the To the marquis of Buckingham

249

court of Spain

233 To the lord viscount St. Alban

249

To count Gondomar

233 To the marquis of Buckingham

250

To the marquis of Buckingham

233 To the marquis of Buckingham

250

To the marquis of Buckingham

234 To Sir Francis Cottington, secretary to the

To the prince

234 prince

250

To the king

234 To the king

. 250

To the king

234 To Mr. Secretary Conway

. 251

Grant of pardon to the viscount St. Alban under Secretary Conway to the lord viscount St. Alban 251

the privy seal

235 To count Gondomar, then in Spain

251

Dr. Williams, bishop of London elect, and lord To the marquis of Buckingham, in Spain 252

keeper of the great seal, to the viscount St. To Mr. Secretary Conway

252

Alban

235 To count Gondomar

252

To the lord keeper

235 To the earl of Bristol, ambassador in Spain 253

Petition of the lord viscount St. Alban, intended To Sir Francis Cottington, secretary to the

for the house of lords

235 prince

253

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To Mr. Tobie Matthew

253 exceptions to Sir Edward Coke's Reports, and

To the duke of Buckingham

253 Sir Edward's answers

268

Duke of Buckingham to the lord viscount St. Questions demanded of the chief justice of the

Alban

253 king's bench by his Majesty's commandment 269

To the duke of Buckingham, in Spain 254 The answer to the questions about the isle of

To Mr. Tobie Matthew

254 Ely

269

To Mr. Tobie Matthew

254 The answer to the questions upon D'Arcy's case 270

To Mr. Tobie Matthew

255 The answer to the question upon Godfrey's case 270

To the duke of Buckingham

255 The answer to the question upon Dr. Bonham's

To the duke of Buckingham

255

271

To Mr. Tobie Matthew

255 | The answer to the question upon Bagg's case

271

Minutes of a letter to the duke of Buckingham 255 A letter from Sir Edward Coke to the duke of

To the king

256 Buckingham

272

To the prince

256 | The letter to the judges

272

Conference with Buckingham

256 The last will of Sir Francis Bacon, viscount

Conference with Buckingham, December 17, St. Alban

272

1623

256

Conference with Buckingham, January 2, 1623 257

Conference with Buckingham, at the same time 257

INSTAURATIO MAGNA.

To the duke of Buckingham

258

To the duke of Buckingham

259

To the earl of Oxford

259 | Nobilissimi Auctoris Vita

276

To Sir Francis Barnham

260 Introductio

281

To the duke of Buckingham

260 Dedicatio Principi ac Domino nostro Jacobo 282

To the duke of Buckingham

. 260 Præfatio : De statu scientiarum, quod non sit

To Sir Richard Weston, chancellor of the ex-

felix, aut majorem in modum auctus ; quodque

chequer

260

alia omnino, quam prioribus cognita fuerit,

To the duke of Buckingham

. 261

via aperienda sit intellectui humano ; et alia

To the duke of Buckingham

261 comparanda auxilia, ut mens suo jure in rerum

To the chancellor of the duchy, Sir Humphrey naturam uti possit

282

May

. 261 Distributio operis

285

Consultations in parliament, in 1625

261 Gulielmus Rawley Lectori

. 289

To Sir Robert Pye

262

To the earl of Dorset

263 DE DIGNITATE ET AUGMENTIS SCIENTIARUM, LIBRI

Sir Thomas Coventry, attorney-general, to the

NOVEM.

lord viscount St. Alban

263

To Mr. Roger Palmer

263

To the duke of Buckingham

. 263 Nullis constat capitibus, continet autem parti-

To Sir Humphrey May, chancellor of the duchy tionem totius operis, et quarundam objec-

of Lancaster

264

tionum dilutionem

290

To the marquis d'Effiat, the French ambassador 264

To the lord treasurer

264

To Sir Francis Vere

264

To Mr. Cawfeilde

265 | Cap. I. Partitio universalis doctrinæ humanæ

To lord Montjoye

265 in historiam, poësim, philosophiam: secun-

To king James I.

. 265 dum tres facultates intellectus, memoriam,

To the king

265 phantasiam, rationem : quodque eadem par-

To the king, the humble petition of the lord titio competat etiam theologicis

314
Verulam, viscount St. Alban

. 266 Cap. II. Partitio historiæ in naturalem et civi-

To the marquis of Buckingham

266 lem ; ecclesiastica et literaria sub civili com-

To the marquis of Buckingham

266 prehensa : partitio historiæ naturalis, ex

Draught of a letter to the marquis of Bucking- subjecto suo, in historiam generationum, præ-

ham, not sent

267

ter-generationum, et artium

. 314

To the marquis of Buckingham

267 Cap. III. Partitio historiæ naturalis secunda, ex

To the marquis of Buckingham

267 usu et fine suo, in narrativam et inductivam ;

To Mr. Tobie Matthew

267 quodque finis nobilissimus historiæ naturalis

To Mr. Tobie Matthew

267 sit, ut ministret et in ordine sit ad condendam

To the lord viscount St. Alban

268 philosophiam ; quem finem intuetur inductiva.

To the lord archbishop of York

268

Partitio historiæ generationum, in historiam

Papers containing lord chancellor Ellesmere's cælestium, historiam meteororum, historiam

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LIB. IV.

globi terræ et maris; historiam massarum sive trinas de principiis rerum, de fabrica rerum
collegiorum majorum, et historiam specierum sive de mundo, et de varietate rerum. Par-
sive collegiorum minorum

. 316 titio doctrinæ de varietate rerum, in doctrinam
Cap. IV. Partitio historiæ civilis, in ecclesiasti- de concretis, et doctrinam de abstractis. Par-
cam, literariam, et (quæ generis nomen reti- titio doctrinæ de concretis rejicitur ad easdem
net) civilem : quodque historia literaria desi- partitiones, quas suscipit historia naturalis.
deretur: ejus conficiendæ præcepta

316 Partitio doctrinæ de abstractis, in doctrinam
Cap. 5. De dignitate et difficultate historiæ ci- de schematismis materiæ, et docrinam de moti-
vilis

317 bus. Appendices duæ physicæ speculativæ:
Cap. VI. Partitio prima historiæ civilis (speci- problemata naturalia, placita antiquorum phi-
alis) in memorias, antiquitates, et historiam losophorum. Partitio metaphysicæ, in doctri-
justam

317 nam de formis, et doctrinam de causis finalibus 332
Cap. VII. Partitio historiæ justæ, in chronica Cap. V. Partitio operativæ doctrinæ de natura,
temporum, vitas personarum, et relationes ac- in mechanicam et magiam: quæ respondent
tionum: earum partium explicatio

318

partibus speculativæ: physicæ mechanica,
Cap. VIII. Partitio historiæ temporum, in his- metaphysicæ magia. Expurgatio vocabuli ma-
toriam universalem, et particularem. Utrius- giæ. Appendices duæ operativæ: inventari-
que commoda et incommoda

319 um opum humanarum, et catalogus poly-
Cap. IX. Partitio secunda historiæ temporum, chrestorum

340
in annales, et acta diurna

320 Cap. VI. De magna philosophiæ naturalis, tam
Cap. X. Partitio secunda historiæ civilis (speci- specnlativæ quam operativæ, appendice, ma-
alis) in meram et mixtam

320 thematica : quodque inter appendices potius
Cap. XI. Partitio historiæ ecclesiasticæ, in ec- poni debet, quam inter scientias substantivas.
clesiasticam specialem, historiam ad prophe- Partitio mathematicæ in puram et mixtam

341
tias, et historiam nemeseos

321
Cap. XII. De appendicibus historiæ, quæ circa

verba hominum (quemadmodum historia ipsa
circa facta) versantur : partitio earum in ora- Cap. I. Partitio doctrinæ de homine, in philo-
tiones, epistolas, et apophthegmata

321 sophiam humanitatis, et civilem. Partitio
Cap. XIII. De secundo membro principali doc- philosophiæ humanitatis, in doctrinam circa

trinæ humanæ, nempe poësi. Partitio poëse- corpus hominis, et doctrinam circa animam

os in narrativam, dramaticam, et parabolicam 322 hominis. Constitutio unius doctrinæ generalis
Exemplum primum philosophiæ, secundum fabu- de natura, sive de statu hominis. Partitio

las antiquas, in naturalibus. De universo, doctrinæ de statu hominis, in doctrinam de
secundum fabulam Panis

323 persona hominis, et de fædere animi et corpo-
Exemplum alterum philosophiæ, secundum para- ris. Partitio doctrinæ de persona hominis,

bolas antiquas, in politicis. De bello, secun- in doctrinam de miseriis hominis, et de præ-
dum fabulam Persei

326 rogativis. Partitio doctrine de fædere, in
Exemplum tertium philosophiæ, secundum para- doctrinam de indicationibus, et de impressi-

bolas antiquas, in moralibus. De cupiditate, onibus. Assignatio physiognomiæ, et inter-
secundum fabulam Dionysi

328

pretationis somniorum naturalium, doctrinæ
de indicationibus

312
Cap. II. Partitio doctrinæ circa corpus hominis,

in medicinam, cosmeticam, athleticam, et vo-
Cap. I. Partitio scientiæ in theologiam et philo- luptariam. Partitio medicinæ in officia tria :

sophiam. Partitio philosophiæ in doctrinas viz. in conservationem sanitatis, curationem
tres : de numine, de natura, de homine. Con- morborum, et prolongationem vitæ: quodque
stitutio philosophiæ primæ, ut matris com- pars postrema de prolongatione vitæ disjungi
munis omnium
. 329 debeat a duabus reliquis

345
Cap. II. De theologia naturali; et doctrina de Cap. III. Partitio philosophiæ humanæ circa

angelis et spiritibus, quæ ejusdem est appendix 331 animam, in doctrinam de spiraculo, et doctri-
Cap. III. Partitio naturalis philosophiæ, in spe- nam de anima sensibili, sive producta. Par-

culativam et operativam : quodque illæ duæ, titio secunda ejusdem philosophiæ, in doctri-
et in intentione tractantis, et in corpore trac- nam de substantia et facultatibus animæ, et
tatus, segregari debeant

332 doctrinam de usu et objectis facultatum. Ap-
Cap. IV. Partitio doctrinæ speculativæ de natura, pendices duæ doctrinæ de facultatibus animæ,

in physicam (specialem) et metaphysicam : doctrina de divinatione naturalis, et doctrina
quarum physica causam efficientem et mate- de fascinatione. Distributio facultatum animæ
riam; metaphysica causam finalem et formam, sensibilis, in motum et sensum

351
inquirit. Partitio physicæ (specialis) in doc-

LIB. III.

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