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Woburn Abbey, MS 4E-60

History

Francis Russell, fourth earl of Bedford

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Contents

17r-19v

History: fragment

39r-47v

'Opinion of Sundry Antiquaries Touching the Antiquity of Parliaments'

48r-60v

'Case Regarding the Marches of Wales' by Serjeant Harris, Serjeant Hutton, and Sir Francis Bacon

History: Effect' of Bacon's argument

61r-64v

'A Declaration How the Kings of England have from Time to Time Supported and Repaired their Estates, Collected out of the Records of the Tower' by Sir Robert Cotton

65r-67v

'Speech in Ireland' by James Ussher

106v-107r

'Speech at First Taking His Seat in Chancery' by Francis Bacon

History: notes of Francis Russell

107r-108r

'Speech at First Taking His Seat in Chancery' by John Williams, Bishop of Lincoln

History: notes of Francis Russell

141r

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

History: notes of Francis Russell

300v-293r

'Consultation for the King Concerning the Retaining of the Netherlands in Society and Protection' by [Sir Walter Raleigh?]

265-259

'An Unhappy View of the Whole Behaviour of My Lord Duke of Buckingham at the French Island Secretly Discovered' by William Fleetwood

231-227

'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

186-177

'Extracts Out of the Records Wherein May Be Collected By What Means the Kings of England Have and May Raise Monies' by Sir Robert Cotton

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