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Headword Date Article Type
Royal physician Roderigo Lopez arrested for planning to poison Queen Elizabeth 1594 Context Note
Sir Walter Raleigh found guilty of high treason 1603 Context Note
Arabella Stuart is imprisoned for marrying another claimant to the throne 1610 Context Note
Arabella Stuart escapes from the Tower of London to Ostend 1611 Context Note
Lady Arabella Stuart dies in the Tower of London 1615 Context Note
Sir Walter Raleigh is released from the Tower 1616 Context Note
Bacon is impeached, fined and imprisoned; later pardoned 1621 Context Note
James I imprisons Sir Edward Coke for his share in the Protestation 1621 Context Note
James I places John Pym, the Parliamentary leader, under house arrest 1622 Context Note
Charles I sends Buckingham's impeachers to the Tower of London 1626 Context Note
Englishmen imprisoned for refusing to pay the forced loan are released 1628 Context Note
Charles I sends John Selden to the Tower of London 1629 Context Note
Sir John Eliot dies in the Tower of London 1632 Context Note
Lords Shaftesbury, Buckingham, Salisbury and Wharton are imprisoned 1677 Context Note
The Earl of Shaftesbury is released from the Tower 1678 Context Note
The Earl of Shaftesbury is released from the Tower on bail 1682 Context Note
James II attempts to escape but is brought back to London 1688 Context Note
Marlborough is sent to the Tower of London 1692 Context Note
Robert Walpole is sent to the Tower for alleged corruption 1712 Context Note
Robert Harley, Earl of Oxford, is imprisoned in the Tower 1715 Context Note

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