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This interesting volume examines legal aspects of the lives and writings of Shakespeare and Bacon. Includes the text of the hard-to-find Gesta Grayorum, which is attributed in part to Bacon. Brown also describes the origin of the Capias Utlegatum insult offered to Bacon by Queen Elizabeth's attorney general, Sir Edward Coke.
Shakespeare's Connection With the Inns of Court
Shakespeare's Plays Controlled by Bacon's Friends
Why Queen Elizabeth Neglected Bacon - That Capias Utlegatum
Origin of "Capias Utlegatum' Insult Offered to Bacon by Queen
Elizabeth's Attorney-General, Sir Edward Coke
Francis Bacon's Connection With Warwickshire and the Forest of Arden
Bacon's Connection With the Burbage's
You Would Pluck Out the Heart of My Mystery
Shakespeare's Lodgings in Silver Street
Bacon's Warwickshire Kinsmen and the Underhill's
Was Anne Cecil the Prototype of Helena in "All's Well"
Appendix A- History of the Manor and Ancient Barony of Castle Combe. Re Sir John Fastolf's Ward
Appendix B- Edmund Tilney, Master of the Itevels
Appendix C- List of Lands Owned by the Cooke's, Lords of Hartshill