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Archbishop Laud becomes First Lord of the Treasury 1635 Context Note
Bishop John Juxon is appointed Lord Treasurer of England 1636 Context Note
Chancellor and Bishop Stephen Gardiner dies 1555 Context Note
Charles I bestows Order of the Garter on Strafford 1640 Context Note
Duke of Leeds resigns as Lord President of the Council for bribery 1695 Context Note
Duke of Suffolk is appointed Lord President of the Council 1530 Context Note
Earl of Clarendon forced to resign as Lord Chancellor 1667 Context Note
Earl of Marlborough is accused of communicating with James II 1692 Context Note
Earl of Middleton is appointed a Secretary of State 1684 Context Note
Earl of Nottingham is dismissed from Secretaryship of State 1693 Context Note
Earl of Salisbury veers towards an anti-Spanish policy 1610 Context Note
Earl of Shrewsbury appointed Secretary of State 1694 Context Note
Earl of Sunderland is appointed a Secretary of State 1679 Context Note
Edward Hyde, Lord Chancellor, is created Earl of Clarendon 1661 Context Note
Francis Bacon becomes Attorney General 1613 Context Note
Francis Bacon is appointed Lord Keeper 1617 Context Note
Halifax becomes Treasurer and then Lord President of the Council 1685 Context Note
Henry Hyde, second Earl of Clarendon, becomes Keeper of Privy Seal 1685 Context Note
James I becomes his own Principal Secretary 1612 Context Note
James I sacks Sir Edward Coke, Chief Justice of the Common Pleas 1616 Context Note

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