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Letters, memoirs, parliamentary affairs, state papers, &c. With some curious pieces in law and philosophy. Publish'd from the originals of the Lord Chancellor Bacon, by Robert Stephens, Esq; Late Historiographer Royal. With an account of the life of Lord Bacon.
- Bacon, Francis, 1561-1626.
The prince's caballa: or mysteries of state. Collected in one volume from original MS. Written by several noblemen. Viz. I. Table-Talk at court, collected by the Honorable Sir Tho. Overbury. I. Lord Treasurer Burleigh's Memorial against Favourites, address'd to Queen Elizabeth. II. K. James I. Instructions to a Young Prince, both in Religion and Politicks; for the use of his Son Prince Henry. IV. Lord Keeper Bacon's Advice to the King in Choice of his Privy Councillors, Judges, and Favourites. V. The Lord Salisbury's Advice to a Secretary of State. VI. Isocrates's Advice to a Young Nobleman. Vii. Isocrates's discourse to a prince on Kingly Government. From the Greek. Dedicated to his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales.
- James I, King of England, 1566-1625.