The Works of Francis Bacon, Volumen8

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OF THE FIRST VOLUME
1
Strength of the Opposition on Church questions State of
2
Correspondence relating to the sale of Barly an estate of Anthony
3
Grant of three subsidies payable in four years proposed Bacons
6
of law studies at Grays
9
CHAPTER III
36
LETTER OF ADVICE TO QUEEN ELIZABETH
46
LETTER TO SIB FRANCIS WALSINGHAM 26th of August 1585
57
Grant of a double subsidy recommended by the Committee Con
222
Competition between Bacon and Coke for the AttorneyGeneral
231
Progress Essexs mediation Bacon takes occasion to state
239
Earl of Essex sworn a PrivyCouncillor Relation between
250
CHAPTER VIII
267
Coke to be AttorneyGeneral Bacon the likeliest candidate
288
LETTER TO THE SAME 8th of April 1594
292
Foulke Greville comes to Court and intercedes with the Qneen
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Progress of disputes between High Churchmen and Noncon
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peace
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LETTER TO LADY BACON 18th of February 1591
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MR BACON IN PRAISE OF KNOWLEDGE
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Publication of ParsonssResponsio ad Edictum Reginæ Angliæ
143
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CHAPTER VI
209
Bacon VIII
300
Bacon stopped on his way by illness at Huntingdon
304
Commencement of public life M P for Melcombe in the Par
305
Lady Bacon and her household at Gorhambury Solicitorship
310
Tower employment Nature of an examination upon interro
316
ARTICLES OF EXAMINATION OF RALF SHELDON
318
LETTER TO THE SAME 13th of December 1694
324
Effect of the controversies upon opinion abroad Importance
344
Money difficulties
352
Bacon is again reminded of his old offence in the matter of
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Hope still alive
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