Illustrations of British history, biography and manners in the reigns of Henry viii ... [to] James i, in papers from the MSS. of the families of Howard, Talbot and Cecil; containing a great part of the correspondence of Elizabeth and her ministers with the sixth earl of Shrewsbury [ed.] with notes by E. Lodge

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The same to the same Jan 1
61
Ralph Barbers Bill for various things purchased in France
68
Sir Francis Walsingham to the same June 27
75
The Earl of Shrewsbury to the Queen July 4
81
The Earl of Sussex to Lord Burghley Aug 21
87
The Countess of Shrewsbury to the same
94
Mey Bishop of Carlisle to the same July 25
104
Richard of Topcliffe to the Earl of Shrewsbury Aug 30
119
Lord Burghley to the same Oct 8
125
A proof how Cardinal Henry was rightful King of Portugal
126
The same to the same Nov 5
133
Richard Topcliffe to the same Feb 28
143
Mey Bishop of Carlisle to the same May 9
151
Lords of the Council to the same May 29
157
Richard Topcliffe to the same March 16
164
Thomas Bawdewyne to the Earl of Shrewsbury June
170
The Earl of Shrewsbury to Lord Burghley July 9
177
The same to Thomas Bawdewyne Nov 20
183
The same to Lord Burghley
190
The Earl of Leicester to the Earl of Shrewsbury April 19
196
The Earl of Sussex to Lord Burghley June 27
199
The Earl of Shrewsbury to Lord Burghley March 2
206
The Earl of Shrewsbury to Lord Burghley April 20
218
Sir Francis Walsingham to the Earl of Shrewsbury July 30
224
The Earl of Sussex to Lord Burghley Aug 7
231
The same to the same Oct 18
237
Sir Francis Walsingham to the Earl of Shrewsbury Sep 2
245
Thomas Stringer to the Earl of Shrewsbury Nov 15
253
Sir John Somcrs to Thomas Stringer Feb 15
260
The Master of Gray to Archibald Douglas July 8
264
The same to the same Aug 22
271
The Earl of Leicester to the same Jan 16
280
The Master of Gray to Archibald Douglas Oct 11
287
The same to Lord Talbot Nov 12
293

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