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Liberation of Raleigh.--Occurrences during his imprison.
ment.-Iis expedition to Guiana.-Return,-imprison.
ment,--death.-King's antipathy to young Raleigh.-
Declaration by authority of the motives for putting Ra.
leigh to death.-Proof that he was sacrificed to Spain.-
Disaffection of the parliament. Usher appointed to preach
before the commons,-his conference with James.-Con.
duct of Laud. -King's speech against monopolies.-Case
of attorney Yelverton.--King's speech respecting the
affairs of the Palatine.-Supplies delayed.--Parliament
adjourned.--Opposition lordsearls of Essex and Ox.
ford,-earl of Southampton-his imprisonment.-Lord
Say and Sele,-earl of Warwick,-lord Spencer.-In.
sulting conduct of the earl of Arundel ; his office of ear).
marshal.—Competitors for the post of chancellor. Sir
Lionel Cranfield.—Dean Williams keeper of the seals.
-Liberation of the earl of Northumberland, of the
earl and countess of Somerset.-Williams made bishop
of Lincoln.-Circumstances of Laud's appointment to
the see of St. David's.--Archbishop Abbot kills a man
by chance,--proceedings respecting him.--Account of
bishop Andrews,-Latin elegy on his death by Milton.. 224
Parliament assembled.-Speech of the lord-keeper.-Lord
Digby's account of his negotiations.-Petition and rę.
monstrance of the commons.—The king's letter to the
speaker.-Reply of the commons.---The king's rejoinder.
State of public opinion respecting the prince and Bucking-
ham.- Policy adopted by the lord-keeper,---by the lord.