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Sandys continued.

Skinner-continued. Message to the King proposed by Bacon's “letter of expostulation" him and adopted, 189.

to him, 7. “Fallen off from the “opposite “Skynner" in Bacon's note book, party" in Parliament, 365.

47 note, 370.

Smith, Sir Thomas, an intimate friend See 206.

of Bacon's, his death, character, Sanquhar (written by Bacon “Zanchre" offices, etc., 138.

and “Sanquir”), Lord, murder His burial-place and epitaph, 139.
committed at the instigation of, Somerset, Earl of. See Carr.

Sotherton, Baron, joined in Commis. Is indicted and pleads guilty,

sion the King's estate, 290.

314. Bacon's address before the passing Spiller, Henry, 47 note, 56. of sentence, 290-293.

Star Chamber, Clerkship of, falls in to His demeanour at his execution,

Bacon, 21.

Notes concerning, 50.
See 365. 370.

Duties of, ibid. note.
Scotland, question whether persons Days of sitting of, 93 note.

born in, since the King's acces- Decree in the case of Priest and sion, were naturalized in Eng

Wright, 409-416. land, argued and determined by Starch as a projected source of revenue the Judges in the Exchequer

to the King, 326. Chamber, 14, 15.

Suffolk, Thomas Howard, Earl of, Lord Bacon's apprehension of troubles

Chamberlain, Bacon's relation from, 26. 73.

to, 33, 34, 93. Approved by the event, ibid. note. His antecedents, ibid, note. His zeal for the union of, with Eng- Nothing known of him as a Coun. land, and means whereby he

cillor, 277. hoped to be instrumental there- One of the principal Commisin, 41.

sioners for the office of Earl Further on same subject, 42, 43,

Marshal, 347.

See 394, 409.
Scott, Sir Walter, points of resemblance Swinnerton, Sir John, 40 note, 95.

in regard to maladies from which Stephens's MS. collections, letter of
he and Bacon suffered, 29.

Bacon from, 3. His tendency to fall asleep after Stuart, Arabella, her “Cause," 44, and meals, 30 note.

note, 51. “Scripta in Politicis et Moralibus" and Her marriage, adventures, and fate, “ Seripta in Naturali et Universali

294–297, 301, 302.

See SeyPhilosophia," Works of Bacon

mour, Shrewsbury. so named, see 59 notes.

Stuart, Esme. See D’Aubigny. Serjeants (at law) advice to the King Stuart, Lodowick. Soe Lenox. concerning, 43.

Subsidies and fifteenths, comparison Seymour, Sir William, 44 note.

from 1 Queen Elizabeth to 1609, His marriage with Arabella Stuart,

149. 294-296.

Annual Proceeds of, from 1605-6 to His pardon and return, and subse

1609-10, 209. quent devotion to the Stuarts, Suffolk, Edmund de la Pole Earl of, 302.

“ extorted" by Henry VII. from Shrewsbury, Countess of, implicated in Philip of Austria, 298.

Arabella Stuart's attempt to es- Stanhope, John Lord, Vice-Chambercape, her contumacy before the

lain, 409. Council, 296.

Stannaries, cause of the, 54 note. Bacon's Charge against her, 297– Surrounded Ground as a source of re309.

venue to the King, 317. Sentence of the Court; her inflexi- Sutton, Thomas, founder of the Charbility, 300, 301.

terhouse, 53. Silver, scarcity of, 255.

His “ will,” 53 note. 247, 248. Certificate touching same found Bacon's advice to the King touch

among Bacon's papers, 255— ing his estate, 249-254.

Trial of the legal question and Skinner, Sir Vincent, Exchequer Office judgment given thereon, 254, held by, 6.



Tacitus on Nerva's principle of Go

vernment, 177. Temple, Mr. (supposed by Birch to be

William Temple, secretary to
Essex), his suit for knighthood,

2, 3.
Tenison, Archbishop, his library, 18.

See Commentarius. “ Tenures and Wardships," 159. 160.

161. Bacon's speech on presenting peti

tion for liberty to treat with

the King for, 163-165. Conflicting estimates of the value

of, 221, 222.
Counsel to the King concerning,

from a dying Peer, 223.
Themistocles, citation from, 369.
Thuanus. See De Thou.
Tipper. See Typper.


Usury, project of revenue to the King from, 325.


Vavasor, Sir Thomas, Marshal of the

King's Household, and Steward

of the Marshalsea Court, 263. Appointed Judge (with Bacon for colleague) of the Court of the Verge, 44 note. 264.


Tithes as a source of revenue to the

King, 317.
Titles, defective, profit to the King

from, 316.
" Tormour's haste," 6 note.
Turkish duellists, reprehension of, 405.
Turner, the fencing-master, murdered

at the instigation of Lord San

quhar, 289. See Sanquhar. Typper, William, Commissioner for

discovery of titles of Crown

lands, 47 note. Further references to him, 52. 244.

316. Tyrconnell, his flight from Ireland, 3.

110. Tyrone, immediate occasion of his flight

from Ireland, 3. 110. Real cause, 4.

Verge, Court of the; Patent for its

creation, 263, 264. Bacon's Judicial Charge on open

ing it, 265—275. Vincentius Bellovacensis and his work

*Speculum Majus,' 65 note.

Wards. See Master of the Wards.
Wardships. See Tenures.
Warwick, Thomas, patent office held

by, 94 note.
Wastes and Commons as a source of

revenue to the King, 319. Watson, Sir Thomas, contractor for

sale of parsonages, 47. Wentworth, M.P. 375. Whitelocke, James, employed to find

objections in law to the Com

mission of the Navy, 346. Disputes the validity of the Com

mission for the office of Earl

Marshal, 347.
Committed to the Fleet, and

charged before the Council with
slander of the King's Commis-

sion, 347.
Report of the proceedings, 348—

353. Fragment of Bacon's speech, 353


Whitelocke, James-comtinued.

His own account of the matter in

the Liber Famelicts, 356.
His submission, 357.

See Mansel.
Willoughby, Sir Peregrine, gone forth

to a duel, 396.
Wilson, biographer of James I., anec-

dote of the King related by, 42

Windsor, alms knights of, not a pre-

cedent to be followed, 251.
Wines. See Customs.
Wit, the better use of, 179.
Woolley, Sir Francis, Clerk of the

Pipe, 47 note.
Wotton, Edward Lord, Controller, 409.
Wright. See Priest and Wright.
Wrytington, probably either Edward

Wyrthington of Gray's Inn, or
Edward Wrightington,
Clerk of the Wards, 49 note.


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