This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1840 Excerpt: ...the same day, he writes also to the Queen:--" I assure your Majestie, I dyd never thynk hym so sympell as now I fynd him; and yf his confessyon be trew, he was gretly procured to ytt by othars; and yett, yn the hole matter, he excusyth Westmerland, more then hymself."--Orig. S. P. Shortly after the receipt of the foregoing replies, a new string of queries were sent by Lord Burghley, bearing date June 24th; to which the Earl was desired to reply. The questions are printed in Murdin's State Papers, p. 219. 1. How often did he speke with the Bishop of Ross, at York; and how often afterwards, when he was come to London? He never spake with the Bishop of Rosse at York, as he affirmeth; but once at London, as he formerlie aunswered, in his owne chamber, at Westminster. 2. What was ther several communications at those tymes? The communycacon was accordyng to his former answer, and not otherwise, to his remembrance; and therein refers himself to the Bishop. 3. With whom had he conference at Hampton Court, ether Lords or others, after that he was sent for to come upp with other Erles, to here the report of the Scottish Queues cause? Uppon his comyng up, he had no talke with any nobleman or others, but once or twice with the Duke; and not then a dosen wordes. 4. Whom fownd he then addicted to the sayd Scottish Quene? He found none addicted; but the Earl of Wor cester rebuked the mariage of th Erle of Bothell. 5. Whom found he then inclyned to favor the mariadg cif the Quene of Scotts with the Duke of Norfolk? He found none inclined to the mariadg with the Duke; for he had not any talke therof with any bodye, more then is specified in his former answer. 6. Who first made hym prive to that purpoose; and whom did he understand to favor that mariadg; and whom n...
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