This chapter details the continued detention of Henry Howard, Charles Arundel, and Francis Southwell. It presents letters from Arundel after he was removed to the ‘wilderness’ of Sutton in West Sussex in 1591. Arundal seems to have been released in November, after being confined for more than ten months without a formal charge, thanks to accusations by Oxford that never proceeded to trial. Howard and Southwell gained their freedom before Arundal.
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