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British Library, Hargrave MS 225

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56r-65r

'Summary of a letter from a Jesuit to the Father Rector in Brussels' by John Maynard

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'Petition to Charles I for his Son' by Henry Cary, Viscount Falkland

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'That the Kings of England have been pleased usually to consult with their peers in the great Council, and the Commons in Parliament of Marriage, Peace and War' by Sir Robert Cotton

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'Opinion of Sundry Antiquaries Touching the Antiquity of Parliaments'

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'A Letter to His Friends in the Lower House of Parliament'

Responsibility: Feathery (Scribe)

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'England's Epinomis' by John Selden

History: Largely in Feathery's hand Responsibility: Feathery (Scribe)

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'An Answer to Certain Arguments (Raised From Supposed Antiquity, and Practice), by Some Members of the Lower House of Parliament to Prove that Ecclesiastical Laws Ought to be Enacted by Temporal Men' by Sir Robert Cotton

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'The Words Wherewith Henry, Earl of Oxford, Is Charged in Star Chamber'

Responsibility: Feathery (Scribe)

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'A Copy of a Letter from G.D. to his Friend A.W. at Middlesbrough' by G.D.

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'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

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'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

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'Considerations upon his Majesties’ Estate, with the King’s Propositions' by Robert Cecil, 1st Earl of Salisbury

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'The Humble Answer & Advice of his Majesty’s Council upon Certain Propositions' by Privy Council

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