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21 }M's father arranges loan by John Cotton to a Mr Bannester; the bond is lost, but the date is recorded in Bower's schedule of Cotton's bonds (see 25 November 1630) and in Cotton's bill (see 28 May 1636). apprentices of }M's father, witness an indenture as 'servants to John Milton Sr' (PRO SP 14/145/36). June 11 (Wednesday) }M's father deposes in Edward Bold-Sir Francis Leeke suit (PRO C241499/15). 24 }M's father receives £10 quarterly payment (due on Midsummer Day) from Edward Raymond, who dies shortly thereafter (PRO C2 James II A6/35).
9v). May In a new phase in the War of Mantuan Succession (1627-31), Cardinal Richelieu leads an army into Italy. 12 (Wednesday) JM's father arranges loan by John Cotton to a Mr Marbury; the bond is lost, but the date is recorded in Bower's schedule of Cotton's bonds (see 25 November 1630) and in Cotton's bill (see 28 May 1636). 2) may be an error as the poem seems to allude to Gill's poem on the fall of Bois-Ie-Due in September 1629 (see Chifas). On the same day JM's father arranges loan by John Cotton to a Mr Reed; the bond is lost, but the date is recorded in Bower's schedule of Cotton's bonds (see 25 November 1630) and in Cotton's bill (see 28 May 1636).
17 William Prynne, who had been imprisoned in the Tower since 1 February 1633 for libelling King Charles and Henrietta Maria, is sentenced to life imprisonment, fined £5,000, expelled from Lincoln's Inn, deprived of his degree, and condemned to lose his ears in the pillory; he was pilloried on 7 and 10 May. See 14 June 1637. April 17 (Thursday) JM's father deposes in Abdy-Dunsmore suit, giving his address as Hammersmith (PRO C24/591/2). May 7 (Wednesday) William Prynne's ears are cut off for publishing (in 1633) Histrio-mastix, which is deemed to libel Queen Henrietta Maria.