The Works of Francis Bacon

James Spedding

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IN the spring of 1626, Lord Bacon died. In the same year, Dr. Rawley, his Lordship's first and last chaplain, as he always proudly entitles himself, col lected and published the different poems which were written to the memory of his honored master it. In the year 1627, he published the Sylva Sylvarum, with an address to theireader, explaining the inten tion of Lord Bacon in the compilation of this work, and the probable objections which might be made to the publication; that it was not methodical and that many of the experiments would be deemed vulgar and trivial.

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