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LONDON: PRINTED FOR LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN,
THE SECOND VOLUME.
1571 to 1573.
Notice of sir T. Gresham.Building of his exchange.--The queen's
visit to it.-Cecil created lord Burleigh and lord-treasurer.-
Justs at Westminster.-Notices of the earl of Oxford, Charles
Howard, sir H. Lee, sir Chr. Hatton.-Fresh negotiations for
the marriage of Elizabeth with the duke of Anjou.-Renewal of
the intrigues of Norfolk.-His re-committal, trial and conviction.
-Death of Throgmorton.--Sonnet by Elizabeth.—Norfolk be-
headed. His character and descendants.--Hostility of Spain.-
Wylson's translation of Demosthenes.-Walsingham ambassador
to France.—Treaty with that country.- Massacre of Paris.-
Temporizing conduct of Elizabeth.—Burleigh's calculation of the
queen's nativity.--Notice of Philip Sidney.
1573 to 1577.
Letters of lord Talbot to his father.-Connerion of Leicester with
lady Sheffield. Anecdote of the Queen and Mr. Dyer.- Queen
suspicious of Burleigh. - Countesses of Lenox and Shrewsbury
imprisoned.Queen refuses the sovereignty of Holland. Her