It was obviously composed through the inspiration of Walsingham rather than that of Burghley.
The apartments at Burghley are filled with historical portraits.
Had this suit referred to advancement in the law it would have been granted with the aid of Burghley's influence years before.
It was a surprised footman who opened the door of the Duke of Burghley's house.
All the best pictures at Burghley have since been sold at Christies.
The Duke of Burghley dropped his knife and fork at her first words.
He accused his father-in-law of holding back money due to him, although Burghley states that Oxford had in one year £5700.
I searched the blotting-pad, and was able to make out the words Burghley and £200.
Now this information was obviously far from correct, although it had been furnished by the Earl himself to Burghley.
And may I communicate Lord Burghley's letter to any one else?