Miscellany of Brian Cave [manuscript], ca. 1625.

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Miscellany of Brian Cave [manuscript], ca. 1625.

Letter of the gentlemen of Leicestershire to the Lord Chancellor for the removal of some unworthy J.P.'s, and the answer of Lord Gray; letter of the King of Bohemia's ambassador, Baron Dohna, to the Lord Lieutenancey, 1620; letter of Paul Thomson of Trinity College, Cambridge, to the King; letter from J.E., being a discourse of Scotland, June 20, 1617; oration of the Marquis Spinola to his army, [1620?]; the moral precepts of Burghley to his son, Robert (for another copy see: V.a.381, p. 12); James' speech to Parliament, January 16 (actually 30), 1620/21; and the Lord Chancellor's reply; Vox populi or News from Spain translated [by Thomas Scott] -- first part only; letter by Thomas Alured to the Marquis of Buckingham about the proposed match with Spain, 1620; protestation of the Commons [in vindication of their privileges], December 18, 1621; relation of the answer of the deputies of Ireland unto his charge; and a relation concerning the plaster ... given to James, [March 1625].

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