Index of Gardiner's History of England
Marten, Sir Henry,
alludes to Buckingham's failure as a diplomatist,
urges a grant of supply,
dislikes the sale of French prize goods before they are condemned,
orders the restitution of the 'St. Peter,'
is consulted by Buckingham on the case of the 'St. Peter,'
warns the Commons on the danger of acknowledging a power superior to the laws,
suggests that Eliot has spoken from disaffection to the King,
convinces the Commons that Montague is legally a bishop,
is forbidden to give judgment on a suit relating to the communion-table at St. Gregory's,