On the history of the Star Chamber [manuscript], 1586/7 February 8.

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Fleetwood, William, 1535?-1594. On the history of the Star Chamber [manuscript], 1586/7 February 8.

On the history of the Star Chamber [manuscript], 1586/7 February 8.

History by William Fleetwood. Also, the speech which my lord chancellor (i.e. Sir Nicholas Bacon) pretended to speak in Star Chamber if the Archbishop of Canterbury (i.e. Edmund Grindal) should come thither, 1577, p. 199.

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