Manuscript Pamphleteering in Early Stuart England

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Petition Delivered By Mr Raddish (December 1604)

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Petition to King James After His Imprisonment (1604)

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Protestation of Those Who Cannot Conform (1604)

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Sermon Before King James at Greenwich (19 June 1604)

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Speech of the Bishop of St David’s in the Convocation House (1604)

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True, Modest and Just Defence of the Petition for Reformation Exhibited to the King’s Most Excellent Majesty, Containing An Answer to the Confutation Published Under the Names of Some of the University of Oxford (c.1604?)

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What Manner of Persons Ought to Exercise the King’s Prerogative (c.1604) Images available Transcript available

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British Library, Additional MS 22591

Advise Tending to Reformation (1604)

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Brief Discourse Touching the Happy Union of the Kingdoms of England and Scotland (1605)

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Discourse to the Lords of the Council of State in Spain (1605-1609?) Images available Transcript available

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British Library, Additional MS 11600

Letter to Lord Monteagle the Day before the Powder Treason (4 November 1605)

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To James I, to Moderate His Gifts (16 July 1605)

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Defense of his Marriage with Lady Penelope Rich (1606?) Images available Transcript available

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British Library, Additional MS 11600

Letter to James I Concerning a Supposed Scandal Touching the Countess of Nottingham (14 August 1606) Images available Transcript available

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British Library, Additional MS 4149

The Tilting Challenge (1 June 1606) Images available Transcript available

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British Library, Additional MS 22601

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 (1606?)

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Declaration of the Diggers of Warwickshire (1607) Transcript available

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British Library, Harley MS 787

A Discourse of the State of Spain (1607) Images available Transcript available

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British Library, Additional MS 4149

A Discourse to prove that conjunction by alliance of marriage of England and Spain is the most safe, honorable and profitablest course for both the monarchies (September 1607) Images available Transcript available

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British Library, Additional MS 4149

Letter to Bacon (19 February 1607) Images available Transcript available

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British Library, Additional MS 22591