them, or other, as your Majesty shall think fit. And that
your Majesty will be pleased to order the said Lords to refer
to reports to your Majesty with all convenient speed the
Petitioner s whole case, as they shall find it, with their
opinions to your Majesty for such just and speedy satisfac
tion for the relief of the Petitioner, and encouragement for
his long endeavouring for the public good, as shall be thought
fit, whereby he may be enabled to stop the mouths of his
numerous and clamorous creditors, and live himself without
disgrace to nobility, or being further necessitated to importune
your Majesty. And that, until the Petitioner s case can be
reported, and fitted for your Majesty s royal pleasure, your
Majesty will be pleased to order the Petitioner, some small
sum out of the privy purse for the present support of his
wife and family who exceedingly want the same.
And your Petitioner will ever pray, c. &c.
[See Cal. State Papers, Dom. Series, 1665-66. Edited by Mrs. M. A. E. Green,
8vo. 1864. P. 330, No. 82.]
Vol. 144, "No. 27. Duke of Albemarle to Lord Arlington.
My Lord, At the request of my Lord Marquis of
"Worcester I make bold to write to your Lordship in his behalf, you
know his Lordship s business so well that I shall not need to state
it to you. I desire your Lordship s assistance to him in the dispatch
of his Lordship s concerns before you, whereby your Lordship will
oblige my Lord of Worcester, and also him who is,
Tour Lordships very humble servant,
Cockpit, 3 Jan. 1665.
Addressed at the back " For the Eight Honourable Henry Lord
Arlington, Principal Secretary of State these, at Oxford."
[*#* Calendared under 1666.]
Vol. 142. "No. 11, 2. Reference to the Lord Chancellor and others.
[See Cal. State Papers, Dom. Series, 1665-66. Edited by Mrs. M. A. E.
Green, 8vo. 1864. P. 189, No. 27.
State Papers. Vol. 152, No. 10.
Reference to Sir Thomas Ingram \_Ent. Book 18, page 200.]
Marquis of "Worcester.
Upon the Petition of the Marquis of Worcester, who desiring to
be heard in his suit about Mr. Hall, to be referred to the
Chancellor of the Dutchy.
March 24, 1665-6.
His Majesty is graciously pleased to refer the suit of the honoura
ble Petitioner unto the Et. Honble. Sir Thomas Ingram, Knt., and
to consider thereof, and to report his opinion thereupon to his
Majesty, who will then declare his further pleasure, with a gracious
regard to the Petitioner s services and sufferings. .
[See Cal. State Papers, Dom. Series, 1665-66. Edited by Mrs. M. A. E. Green.
8vo. 1864. page 316, No. 11. 3.]
State Papers. Vol. 152, No. 82.
[Reference thereon to the Lord Chancellor and others.]
At the Court of Whitehall, March the [March 24,
His Majesty is graciously pleased to refer this honourable Peti
tioner, and his suit, to the Eight Honourable the Lord High Chan
cellor of England, and the Lord Privy Seal, the Duke of Albemarle,
the Marquis of Dorchester, the Earl of Anglesey, the Earl of
Loutherdale, the Lord Holies, the Lord Ashley, myself, and Mr.
Secretary Morrice, or to any three or more of them, who are hereby
authorized to take special care to find out the truth of the whole
particulars, which will be afforded by the Petitioner, and to report
the same to his Majesty, their opinions of the most proper and
expeditious way for his Majesty to answer the Petitioner s desires,
so far as the same shall be found just, upon whose report his
Majesty will take a speedy course for the Petitioner s satisfaction.
[No signature, date, or endorsement. But in Cal. State
Papers, 1665-66, reference is made, p. 316, No. 11, to
Ent. Book 18, p. 18, which supplies the date 24 March,
[See Cal. State Papers, Dom. Series, 1665-66. Edited by Mrs.M. A. E. Green.
8vo. 1864, page 330, No. 82.]
[In the " Life, Times, &c.," page 108, a quotation is given from the
poet Gower, as used by Henry Marquis of Worcester, in
addressing Charles I. and is again alluded to at page 145. The
author is indebted to a friend for taking the trouble to search
the works of the poet, at the London Institution, and supplying,
from Chalmers edition, 1810, page 218, the following reference
The lines occur in " Confessio Amantis," Book VII. in a
dialogue, the subject being: "Of the three, Wine, Women,
or the King, which is the strongest ?" Harpages says : ]
A kynge maie spille,* a kynge maie saue,
A kynge maie make a lorde a knaue,
And of a knaue a lorde also,
The power of a kynge stontf so :
That he the lawes ouerpasseth.
"What he will make lesse, he lasseth,
What he will make more, he moreth.
Sj ille; to waste, to throw away, to destroy,
f Stunt; for stondeth (standeth).
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