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Riassunto: Excerpt from Concerning Divers Notable Stirs Between Sir Edward Coke and His Lady

"This suit, happily for Bacon, was unsuccessful. The lady was indeed kind to him in more ways than one. She rejected him, and she accepted his enemy. She married that narrow-minded, bad hearted pedant, Sir Edward Coke, and did her best to make him as miserable as he deserved to be."

Thus, without descending into particulars, and with characteristic epigramatic pungency, writes Macaulay.

In the following pages I shall, by way of short commentary on the Essayist's summary judgment, relate several episodes in the internecine wars waged for so many years between Sir Edward Coke and his spouse.

But first, as is meet, the Lady.

She was a daughter of Sir Thomas Cecil, the eldest son of the great Lord Burghley.

She had married Sir William Hatton, the nephew and heir of Queen Elizabeth's dancing lover, Lord Chancellor Hatton. At twenty, she became a widow. She possessed, in large degree, wit, beauty and worldly fortune. A prodigiously violent temper possessed her.

Soon Bacon, her cousin, then in debt and with somewhat dubious prospects, appeared in the offing. At the same time, his implacable foe, the ferocious Coke, now a widower, hove in sight and ("two souls with but a single thought!") they both simultaneously bore down on the rich argosy.

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