By Milo Manara
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Anthony had received word that his uncle Lord Burghley was dissatisfied with the quality of news he was sending home—provision of which was a condition of his licence to travel. ), The Correspondence of Sir Philip Sidney, 2 vols (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2012), 2, 881. 114v. 65r). 110r. 113r. 139v (copy). W. TOSH 27 that the leading counsellors around Elizabeth—Burghley, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester and Walsingham being the three with whom he was most in contact—maintained separate intelligence services and guarded jealously the information their agents provided.
Anthony’s life offers a tantalising glimpse of a little-understood world, in which a man’s life could be made or broken by the quality of his friends. 42 Anthony Esler, The Aspiring Mind of the Elizabethan Younger Generation (Durham: Duke University Press, 1966), ix–x. 1 Towards the end of a long and affectionate letter to Anthony Bacon, then resident in France, Nicholas Faunt, servant to the queen’s Principal Secretary Sir Francis Walsingham, admitted to ‘fynding a singular pleasure to my selfe thus to scribble vnto you whatsoeuer it be, seing I am depryved of the comfort of your presence’.
40 The exceptional example of a ruling queen has also drawn attention from the ubiquity of languages of intense affect in other aspects of political and public life, and made us too quick to dismiss all such examples as ‘merely’ conventional. 41 In Male Friendship and Testimonies of Love in Shakespeare’s England, I show 38 David Loades, Tudor Queens of England (London: Continuum, 2009), 222–5; Helen Hackett, Virgin Mother, Maiden Queen: Elizabeth I and the Cult of the Virgin Mary (Basingstoke: Macmillan, 1994), 78–80.