This chapter focuses on the efforts of Henry Howard and Charles Arundel, while under arrest, to refute the charges filed against them by Oxford. Both Howard and Arundel begged for a trial to accuse their accuser, but neither indictment nor trial was forthcoming for any of the accused, nor for Oxford their accuser.
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