Footnote 162: "One Tovy, an 'aged man,' late master of the free school,
Guildford." Dictionary of National Biography, article on Sir John
Footnote 163: Life and Letters of Sir Henry Wotton, i. 456-7.
Footnote 164: S.R. Gardiner, History of England, iii. 191.
Footnote 165: H. Foley, Records of the English Province of the Society
of Jesus, London, 1882, Series ii. p. 253.
Footnote 166: Ibid.
Footnote 167: Foley, op. cit., p. 256. The facts are confirmed by the
report of the English Ambassador at Valladolid, 17th July 1605, O.S.,
printed in the Winwood Memorials, vol. ii. p. 95.
Footnote 168: Fynes Moryson, Itinerary, ed. 1907, vol. iii. pp. 390-1.
Footnote 169: Such as Dr Thomas Case of St John's in Oxford, whom Fuller
reports as "always a Romanist in his heart, but never expressing the
same till his mortal sickness seized upon him" (Church History, book
ix. p. 235).
Footnote 170: Gardiner, History of England, vol. v. pp. 102-3. The
same wavering between two Churches in the time of James I. is
exemplified by "Edward Buggs, Esq., living in London, aged seventy, and
a professed Protestant." He "was in his sicknesse seduced to the Romish
Religion." Recovering, a dispute was held at his request between two
Jesuits and two Protestant Divines, on the subject of the Visibility of