Elegant epistles: a copious selection of instructive, moral, and entertaining letters [selected by V. Knox].

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Thomas Sackville Lord Buckhurst to Sir H Sidney
20
Sir Heury Sidney to Queen Elizabeth
21
From the same to his Son Robert Sidney afterwards Earl of Leicester
23
Sir Philip Sidney to Edward Molineux Esq
26
Edward Molineux Esq in Answer
27
SirHeurySidneytohisSon SirPhilip Sidney
28
Sir Heury Sidney to his Son Robert Sidney
29
Sir Philip Sidney to his Brother Robert Sidney
31
Thomas Lord Buckhurst to Robert Dudley Earl of Leicester
36
Sir Heury Hohart to Robert Earl of Leicester
38
The Countess of Leicester to her Hushand
39
From the same to the same
41
From the same to the same
44
The Lady Dorothy Sidney to her Father
46
Robert Earl of Leicester to his Daughter Dorothy Countess of Sunderland
47
Algernon Sidney to his Father
51
Dr Sharp to the Duke of Buckingham with Queen Elizabeths Speech to her Army at Tilbury Fort
52
Lord Bacon to James I after his Disgrace
62
Lord Baltimore to Lord Wentworth
67
Lord Wentworth to Sir William Saville
69
From the same to the Countess of Clare
75
Charles I to the Earl of Strafford
79
Earl of Strafford to his Son
80
Earl of Derby to General Ireton
83
Oliver Cromwell to his Son H Cromwell
84
The Hon Algernon Sidney to his Friend
85
Mr Boyle to the Countess of Ranclagh
89
From the same to the same
91
From the same to Lord Broghill
93
James Howel Esq to his Father
96
From the same to Dr Francis Mansell
97
From the same to Dan Caldwell Esq
99
From the same to Mr Richard Altham
100
From the same to Captain Francis Bacon
102
From the same to Mr Thomas Porter
104
From the same to Dr Francis Mansell
106
From the same to Christopher Jones Esq
108
From the same to Richard Altham Esq
109
From the same to Christopher Jones Esq Ill 53 From the same to Daniel Caldwell Esq
113
From the same to his Brother H Peury
115
From the same to the Hon John Savage
116
From the same to Dr Prichard
118
From the same to Sir J S
120
From the same to Mr R S at York
122
From the same to his Cousin Mr St John
125
From thesame to his Father
127
From the same to R S Esq
128
From the same to Dr Field Bishop of St Davids
129
Lctler Page 64 James Howel Esq to Master Thomas Adams
130
From the same to his Nephew J P
132
From the same to Lady Elizabeth Digby
133
From the same to Master J H
134
Earl of Mulgrave to Dr Tillotson 164
164
Lady Russell to King Charles II
168
From the same to Dr Fitzwilliam
170
From the same to the same
172
From the same to the same
174
From the same to the same
177
From the same to the same
180
Dean Tillotson to Lady Russell
183
Lady Russell to the Dean of St Pauls
189
Dean Tillotson to Lady Russell
192
Lady Russell to Lady Sunderland
195
Dean Tillotson to Lady Russell
196
Lady Russell to the Dean of St Pauls
198
From the same to supposed the Bishop of Salisbury
201
From the same to Lord Cavendish
203
From the same to supposed Lady Arlington 204
204
Archhishop Tillotson to Lady Russell
206
From the same to the same
207
Lady Russell to King William
209
From the same to Rouvigny Earl of Galway
211
Mr Locke to Mr Molyneux
212
Mr Molyneux to Mr Locke
215
Mr Locke to Mr Molyneux
216
Mr Molyneux to Mr Locke
220
Mr Locke to Mr Molyneux
222
From the same to the same
229
From the same to the same
231
Mr Molyneux to Mr Locke
234
Mr Locke to Mr Molyneux
235
From the same to the same
239
From the same to the same
241
From the same to the same
243
Mr Molyneux to Mr Locke
246
Mr Locke to Mr Molyneux
247
From the same to Mr Burridge
248
From the same to Mr Molyneux
249
Mr Molyneux to Mr Locke
251
Mr Locke to Mr Molyneux
253
Lord Shaftesbury to
255
From the same to the same
256
From the same to Robert Molesworth Esq
258
From the same to the same
262
From the same to the same
266
From the same to the same
270
From the same to the same
273
From the same to the same
275
From the same to the same
277
From the same to the same
278
From the same to the same
281
From the same to the Earl of Oxford
284
From the same to Lord Godolphin
286

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