This chapter details Oxford's flight from England without licence on 1 July 1574 and his return on 28 July. On 29 July Burghley and Anne went to London. On the 30th Oxford and Anne returned to Theobalds, where Oxford evidently remained until at least 3 August, and perhaps until the 5th. The letters exchanged between Walsingham and Burghley are presented. Oxford eventually secured from the Queen an agreement that he might travel abroad with licence — not to the Low Countries, where trouble lurked, but to Paris, Germany, and Italy.
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