British Library, Additional MS 11600
Volume contains texts starting from front and rear of book, meaning that text from folios 265v onwards are upside down and running in reverse, with separate pagination starting from the verso of the last folio. Modern pencil foliation has been followed, meaning that the final texts follow descending folio numbers.
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'The Peddler' by Thomas Randolph
'The Proceedings which Happened Touching the Divorcement between the Lady Frances Howard and Robert, earl of Essex'
'Speech at his Death' by Sir Walter Raleigh
'Letter to James I Before his Trial' by Sir Walter Raleigh
'On the Suppression of Jesuits' by Sir Robert Cotton
'Il Di Lodi La Sera' by Sir Walter Cope
'An Answer to a Pamphlet Slandering Queen Elizabeth'
'Defense of his Marriage with Lady Penelope Rich' by Charles Blount, 1st Earl of Devonshire
'A Brief Consideration of the Two Kingdoms in the Handes of One King'
'The Danger Wherein the Kingdom Now Standeth and the Remedy' by Sir Robert Cotton
'An Offer Made by the Archdukes and Accepted by the States in April 1607'
'Letters to the King of Spain' by Sir Charles Cornwallis
'Discourse to the Lords of the Council of State in Spain' by Sir Charles Cornwallis
'Discourse Conerning the Government in Ireland' by Sir Charles Cornwallis
'Discourse Concerning the Marriage Propounded to Prince Henry with a Daughter of Florence' by Sir Charles Cornwallis
'Certain Remembrances to Prince Charles written during Cornwallis's commitment to the Tower' by Sir Charles Cornwallis