By Gordon Campbell (auth.)
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March Five knights are imprisoned for failing to pay the forced loan demanded by Charles 1. 17 (Saturday) Lent Term at Cambridge ends. 26 JM writes from London to Thomas Young in Hamburg. 1) is mistakenly dated 26 March 1625 (parker, 1938). In the letter JM promises a companion poem, which must be Elegia IV. JM dates the poem anna aetatis 18, which confirms that the year must be 1627, when JM was 18; lines 338 place the composition of the poem between the vernal equinox (11 March in the Julian calendar) and the beginning of the ancient festival of Chloris on 28 April.
22 JM's sister Anne marries Edward Phillips (Parish Register, St Stephen, Walbrook). The rector, who conducted the wedding, is Thomas Myriell, apparently the musical friend of JM's and Anne's father. 27 JM and his mother Sara wimess the marriage settlement of his sister Anne and Edward Phillips. This is JM's earliest recorded signature and Sara's only recorded signature; the manuscript is in the Pierpont Morgan Library (MA 953). On the same day JM's father arranges a loan by John Cotton to a Mr Chetwood; the bond is lost, but the date is recorded in Bower's schedule of Cotton's bonds (see 25 November 1630) and in Cotton's bill (see 28 May 1636).
August JM's father receives interest and continues bond of Edward Raymond. Some time in the next few months JM's father demands repayment anq. threatens court action (PRO C2 James II A6/35). November 28 (Thursday) ]M's father arranges loan of £100 by John Cotton to a Mr Carrent; the bond is lost, but the date is recorded in Bower's schedule of Cotton's bonds (see 25 November 1630) and in Cotton's bill (see 28 May 1636). December 9 (Monday) JM's fourteenth birthday. 1623 January 23 (Thursday) On or shortly after this date JM's father enters court action against Raymond and Ayloffe (PRO C2 James- I A6/35); the court action was initiated during Hilary Term (23 January-12 February).
A Milton Chronology by Gordon Campbell (auth.)