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Copy of the letter.

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Bacon's report of the trial.

A LETTER TO THE KING REPORTING THE DAY OF HEARING

OF St. John's CAUSE IN THE STAR CHAMBER. 29 APR.

1615

135

THE CHARGE BY SIR FRANCIS Bacon, his MA-

JESTY's ATTORNEY GENERAL, AGAINST MR. I. S. FOR SCAN-

DALISING

TRADUCING

PUBLIC SESSIONS

LETTERS SENT FROM THE LORDS OF THE COUNCIL TOUCH-

ING THE BENEVOLENCE

136

Coke's opinions on the case

146

St. John's submission in the Star Chamber

.-147

His release from prison. His petition for the deletion of the

record of his sentence. Remission of his fine

151

3. Proceedings against John Owen, for treasonable words. Rela-

tion between speeches as delivered and speeches as reported.

The rough draft and the fair copy of the opening of Bacon's

charge in this case

152

THE CHARGE OF OWEN, INDICTED OF High TREASON, IN

THE KING's Bench, BY SIR FRANCIS BACON, his MA-

JESTY'S ATTORNEY GENERAL.

The rough copy (imperfect)

154

The fair copy, corrected and enlarged, but also imperfect

160

Result of the trial. Probable intention of the proceeding.

Pardon of Owen

167

4. General result of the Benevolence

168

Sir Gilbert Haughton's patent.

To OUR VERY GOOD FRIEND MR. John MURRAY, OF HIS

MAJESTY'S BEDCHAMBER. (6 July, 1615)

169

5. Resignation of their charter by the Merchant Adventurers. In-

corporation of a New Company

169

A LETTER TO THE KING CONCERNING THE NEW COMPANY.

12 Aug. 1615

170

6. Verdict of manslaughter against Lord Norris by a Coroner's Jury.

His letter to Bacon.

Sir Francis Bacon TO LORD NORRIS, IN ANSWER TO HIM.

(Sept. 20, 1615)

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Re-examination of Lady Somerset

268

Examination of Sir W. Monson.

To THE R. Hon. ETC. THE LORD CHIEF JUSTICE OF THE

King's Bench. (16 Apr.)

269

A LETTER FROM THE KING's ATTORNEY GIVING ACCOUNT OF

EXAMINATION

OP SOMERSET IN THE TOWER.

18° APR. 1616 .

270

2. Result of inquiry into Somerset's relations with Spain. Fresh

interruption in the preparations for the arraignment. A letter

addressed to the Judges by the King's direction, declared by

them to be contrary to law and disregarded. Case of Commen-

dams.

272

A LETTER FROM THE King's ATTORNEY TO THE KING, GIV-

ING SOME ACCOUNT TOUCHING THE COMMENDAMS

. 273

3. Preparations for the trial of Somerset. Conditions of the case as

it came out of Coke's hands into Bacon's. Bacon's survey of

the chances to be provided for.

A LETTER OF THE KING'S ATTORNEY RETURNED WITH POS-

TILS OF THE KING'S OWN HAND. 28 APRIL, 1616 . 275

Expediency of inducing Somerset, if guilty, to make a confession.

Hope of pardon to be suggested to him as the probable conse-

quence of a voluntary confession.

280

A LETTER FROM THE King's ATTORNEY TO Sir GEORGE

VILLIERS, TOUCHING PROCEEDING WITH SOMERSET.

20 Mai 1616 .

281

Bacon's conference with the Judges concerning the evidence

against Somerset. Object of such consultations

283

Trial of the Countess fixed for the 15th of May. Bacon sends

the King an outline of the case as he proposes to have it pre-

sented to the Court

284

A LETTER OF THE KING's ATTORNEY TO SIR GEORGE VIL-

LIERS, OF ACCOUNT AND ADVICE TO HIS MAJESTY TOUCH-

ING SOMERSET'S ARRAIGNMENT. 5° Mall 1616

285

SOMERSET'S BUSINESS AND CHARGE, WITH THE King's Pos-

286

Preparations and precautions.

LETTER TO SIR GEORGE VILLIERS. 10 Maii 1616 • 290

Motives for confession urged upon Somerset.

A LETTER FROM THE KING's ATTORNEY AND SOME

LORDS COMMIS81. ERS CONCERNING THE PERSUASION USED

TO THE LORD OF SOMERSET TO A FRANK CONFESSION 292

Somerset's threat to bring some charge against the King

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MEMORIAL TOUCHING THE COURSE TO BE HELD IN MY LORD

OF SOMERSET'S ARRAIGNMENT

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