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persed. Answered by Dr. W. Fulk. Ithel, a fugitive Lo-
vainist, comes to Cambridge: discovered. The council's let-
ter bereupon to the university. Egremond Radcliff, a fugi-
tive since the rebellion in the north : his letters for the
6 queen's pardon, and leave to come home: is put into the
Tower : set at liberty: bis end.
The queen's progress. The lord treasurer, and others of the
court, at Buxton Well. The earl of Leicester at Chatsworth,
entertained there. The queen's letter of thanks to the earl of
Shrewsbury upon that entertainment. The mortality at Ox-
ford. The plague breaks out. The diligence of Fleetwood,
the recorder at London. Sessions at Newgate. An intention
of robbing the lord treasurer's house. A privy search in
Smithfield. Cozeners and cheats, &c. Phaer, a notable coiner.