British Library, Additional MS 22591
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'The Five Years of King James'
'The Manner of the Sickness and Death of Prince Henry'
'Letter to the King of France' by Nicolas Brulart de Sillery
'What Manner of Persons Ought to Exercise the King’s Prerogative' by Thomas Egerton, 1st Baron Ellesmere
'A Letter by a Gent to a Noble Man to be Entertained into his Service'
'The Forerunner of Revenge' by George Eglisham
'Advertisements of a Loyal Subject to his Gracious Soveraign Drawn from Observations of the People's Speeches'
'The Manner of the Trial Between Donald Lord Reay and David Ramsey'
'Letter to Richard Weston, Earl of Portland' by Sir Henry Wotton
'Arraignment of Mervin, Lord Audley, Earl of Castlehaven'
'Confession of Faith' by Mervyn Tuchet, 2nd Earl of Castlehaven
'Speech on the Scaffold' by Mervyn Tuchet, 2nd Earl of Castlehaven
'Letter to his Father, the Earl of Manchester' by Walter Montagu
'Opinion of Sundry Antiquaries Touching the Antiquity of Parliaments'
'A Treatise of Bail and Mainprise' by Sir Edward Coke
'Opinion of the Ancient Doctors of the Law, Whether it be Lawful for a Prince, whose Subject is wronged by a Foreign Prince, to Licence his Subject to Detain the Body and Goods of that Prince's Subject, which Wrongeth'
'A Collection Offered to King James on Calling a Parliament' by Robert Cecil, 1st Earl Salisbury
'A Copy of a Letter from G.D. to his Friend A.W. at Middlesbrough' by G.D.
'First Part of His Lordship's Treatise to His Majesty, Showing As Well by Arguments as Precedents That His Majesty’s Estate Cannot Be Supported in Any Proportion Without Levies From His People' by Robert Cecil, 1st Earl Salisbury
'Second Part of His Lordship's Treatise, That It Is Inconvenient to Strain His Prerogative Too Far, For Leavy of Treasure and Therefore Necessary to Call a Parliament' by Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury
'Considerations upon his Majesties’ Estate, with the King’s Propositions and the Humble Answer and Advice of the Council' by Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury
'The Humble Answer & Advice of his Majesty’s Council upon Certain Propositions' by Privy Council
'Letter to King Charles I' by Mohammed esh-Sheikh es-Seghir, Sultan of Morocco
'Letter to the Viscount Anan' by John Williams, Bishop of Lincoln
'Speech at the Arraignment of Robert Crichton, Lord Sanquhar' by Francis Bacon
'Speech to Sir John Denham when he was called to be one of the Barons of the Exchequer' by Francis Bacon
'Speech to Mr Serjeant Hutton, when he was called to be one of the Judges of the Common Pleas' by Francis Bacon
'Speech to Sir William Jones upon his being called to be Lord Chief Justice of Ireland' by Francis Bacon
'Speech in the Star Chamber, Last Day of the Trinity Term' by Francis Bacon
'Speech at the Arraignment of Somerset' by Sir Francis Bacon
'Opinion on Sutton's Charity' by Francis Bacon
'Speech at First Taking His Seat in Chancery' by Francis Bacon
'Letter to Bacon' by Sir Thomas Bodley
'Letters' by Sir Francis Bacon
'Speech Concerning Naturalization of the Scots' by Sir Francis Bacon
'A Relation of the Desperate Estate of Francis Spira' by Nathaniel Bacon
'Fragmenta Regalia' by Sir Robert Naunton
'A Parallel of Robert Devereux, Earl of Essex, and George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham' by Sir Henry Wotton
'An Unhappy View of the Whole Behaviour of My Lord Duke of Buckingham at the French Island Secretly Discovered' by William Fleetwood
'The Canvas of Cambridge'
'Three Months Observation in the Low Countries, Especially Holland' by Owen Felltham
'De Sepultura' by Sir Henry Spelman
'On the Suppression of Jesuits' by Sir Robert Cotton