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George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham. See the Answer, page 188.-A Discourse touching a Marriage between Prince Henry of England and a Daughter of Savoy, written by Sir Walter Raleigh, and at that Prince's Command. Certain Remembrances to Prince Charles, by Sir Charles Cornwallis, during his Commitment in the Tower, July 1609.-Interrogatories administered to the Earl of Bristol at his Return from Spain.-For Reformation in the Abuse of the Sea-Coal Trade.Resolutions and Opinions of the Judges of Assises concerning Parishes.-Justice Jones's Opinion touching the Commissions by which the Justices sit at Newgate, Michaelmas, 1633. A Bill in the Star-Chamber, against the Nobility and Gentry, for living and abiding in the Cities of London and Westminster, contrary to his Majesty's Proclamation, 8 Charles I.-An Answer to the Parallel abovementioned. See above.-Tell Truth and shame the Spaniard, by Francis Phillips.A second Present to the King's most excellent Majesty, touching the Furtherance and Reformation of Trade, 1640. - CommonPleas Court, Ship-Money.-Poems, by several Hands. Antidote against Jesuitism. — Several Arguments in the Exchequer-Chamber concerning Ship-Money in 1637 and 1638. 44. Placing and Precedency of Noblemen and Noble-women, and other choice Matters, at Coronations and Installments, Creation of Knights, &c.

45. A Collection of French and English Proverbs, page 1,—The Foundation of Heralds, page 80.-A Breviat, or Directions, for the King's learned Counsel, collected by the LordChancellor Ellesmere, Mense Septembris, Anno 13tio Jacobi I. page 113.-Extracts out of the Records, wherein may be collected by what Means the Kings of England have

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and may raise Money, by Sir Robert Cotton, page 132.-Lord Bacon, of the lately-erected Office for Compositions by Alienations, page 153.-The Life of Sir Thomas More, page 177.-The History of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, page 275, 2nd column.-A Treatise of the Court of Star-Chamber, in two parts, page 334.

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46. Original Letters of several Kings and Queens.-Life of St. Edmund, Archbishop of Canterbury. With other Matters relative to the Church and State, vol. 1.

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Queen Elisabeth's Instructions to her Embassador about treating of Peace with Spain. -Sir George Carey's Account of France, presented to King James I.-Sir Richard Weston's Negotiations with the ArchDuchess at Brussels.

49. The Death of Queen Elisabeth, with her Declaration of a Succession.-The Manner of the Sickness and Death of Prince Henry.The Life of Sir Thomas Bodley, Knt., written by himself. With other Tracts, for Particulars of which, see the beginning of this MS.

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The Proceedings against the Queen of Scots; what should have been unto her at her Death, by the Bishop of Ross.-Matters objected in the Star-Chamber against Mr. Secretary Davison, together with his Answer, and the Opinion of the Commissioners touching the same, March 28, 1587.-A Discourse of his, sent from the Tower to Mr. Secretary Walsingham, concerning what passed between Queen Elisabeth and him, from the Time of her signing the Warrant to the Time of his Restraint. The Death of Queen Elisabeth and Declaration of her Successor. The Manner of the Sickness and Death of Prince Henry, as in vol. 49.-Concerning the intended Marriage with the Duke of Anjou.

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Fragmenta Regalia, or Observations of the late Queen Elisabeth's Times and Favourites. 51. The Arraignment of the Earls of Essex and Southampton in Westminster-Hall, February 19, 1600, before the Lord Buckhurst, &c.-Some Particulars relating to the Master of the Temple, his Grievances and Answer. -The King of Morocco's Letter to the King of England.-John Finch, Esq. Recorder of Canterbury, his Speech to King Charles I. on May 30, 1625.-Letters and Speeches upon making Judges and Serjeants, &c. &c. 52. Letters from the Council and others to great Persons, with their Answers, relating to Matters both of Church and State, but principally to the Church.

53. An old Book about Government and Orders in the King's Household, with a Table of Contents at the Beginning, all in an old Hand, and (as appears probable) in the Time of Henry VIII.

54. Ecclesiastical Courts, the Proceedings therein, their Judges and Grievances.-Differences between the Auditor and the Official, by Bartholomew Clerke, about the office of Chancellor, and Vicar-General, to the Archbishop.-Touching Licenses, &c.-Touching a Bill exhibited against excessive Fees exacted by ecclesiastical Officers.-Dictata reverendi Patris Politiani.-Brevis, veraque admodum Relatio eorum, quæ dicta, facta, scriptaque sunt in Causâ Sacerdotum appellantium, à Die 14 Februarii, Anno 1602, quo Romam appulerunt usque ad Diem, Octobris quando ab Urbe discesserunt.-Ab Uno ex ipsis Sacerdotibus fideliter recollecta.-Then follows Abundance of Letters and Papers relating to Priests, Jesuits, &c.-Letters to King James I. by several Princes.

55. Touching Prohibitions, with an Answer thereto.-Of the Court of Star-Chamber.

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Papal Bulls and Letters.-The Etymology, Antiquity, and Authority of Sheriffs and their Deputies: An antient Reading, in old French. -A Recital of the Charters to the City of London.-An Argument on the Statute concerning Children born beyond Sea.-Excellent Notes collected out of the Civil Law Books, &c.-De magno Cancellario Angliæ et Cancellariæ, ac cojudicibus ejus et Auctoritate eorumdem.-Concerning the AlienationOffice, and the yearly Profits there raised by the Sundry Deputies, collected by Mr. Thomas Dudley, John Dudley, John Nuthall, and Jasper Cholmeley, Deputies.

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6 2356 Ley's (Thomas) Reports in Law and Equity, 3 vols. folio.

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6 2220 Readings on the Statute 21 Henry VIII. of Pluralities.

56. A Declaration touching the Grants of Prohibitions. This Book appears to have been Judge Godbold's.

Acts of Parliament and Bench-Table Orders of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, 5 vols. folio.

Martin's (Adam) Index of the Records of the
Court of Exchequer, 2 vols. 4to.

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BARRINGTON MANUSCRIPTS.

I.-MANUSCRIPTS sent by the Executors of Bishop Barrington in 1823 :

REPORTS by Sir Henry Hobart, folio.
Reports by Hetley 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7th Charles
I. folio.

Reports by Sir Francis Moore, folio.
Reports in Common Pleas 3rd Charles, folio.
Reports 32nd Elizabeth to 3rd James, folio.
Reports in Common Pleas 42nd Elizabeth, ol.
Reports in Common Pleas in 1673, &c. folio.
Ditto, Ditto,
4 vols. folio.
Reports by Sir Francis Moore, 4to.
Year Book, 4to.

Reports from 25th to 36th Elizabeth, 4to.
Reports in Star Chamber, &c. 4to.
Reports 37th Elizabeth, &c. 4to.
Reports 1st Lord Coke's abridged, 4to.
Reports, Miscellaneous, &c. 4to.
Reports 32nd Elizabeth, &c. 12mo.
Precedents of Pleadings, 11 vols. fol.
Precedents of Pleadings, 5 vols. 4to. and 12mo.
Law Common Place Books, 14 vols. folio.
Law Common Place Books, 20 vols. 4to.
Law Common Place Books, 5 vols. 12mo.
Court of Pleas, Durham, Writs from 1674 to
1681, folio.

Tenths Book, folio.

Book of Accounts and Common Place, fol.
Part of Littleton MS. upon Vellum.

MS. upon Vellum relating to Dunstaple.
MS. of Logic-Metaphysics, &c.
MS. of Devotion.

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