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JM was later to date the poem anno aetatis undevigesimo, and this unique use of a Latin ordinal number makes it likely that it means 'in his nineteenth year', Le. 1627, rather than 'at ~e age of 19', which is what anno aetatis 19, JM's usual formulation, would have meant. JM and his father were to sell the house to its tenant Sir Matthew Lyster on 15 April 1638, but it may have been used as a second home by the Milton family or occupied by the Phillipses; see Clavering and Shawcross (1960). June 11 (Monday) JM's father lends Richard Powell (JM's future father-in-law) £300, receiving as security a staple bond for £500 made payable to his son JM; the loan, at eight per cent, would earn £24 interest annually, payable on or about 12 June and 12 December every year (PRO C152/61); the statute staple is recorded the same day, and the record mentions JM (PRO LC 4/56).
Later in the month JM may have written 'On Time' (but see Shawcross (1960) and Parker (1996) p. 761, n. 49). 12 JM receives interest payment of £12 from Richard Powell. 25 JM's father pays poor relief of Is. 6d on or shortly before this date (see 24 April). 1633 JM probably writes his 'Letter to an unknown Friend' early in this year; the letter survives in two drafts in the Trinity manuscript. It must have been written some time after JM's graduation on 3 July 1632 and his withdrawal to the family home in Hammersmith.
27,28); see Kelley and Atkins (1961). 51, fols. 29-30). January 14/24 (Tuesday) Emperor dismisses Wallenstein and declares him to be a traitor. 1634 51 February 15/25 (Saturday) Wallenstein is murdered by order of the Emperor. 17 William Prynne, who had been imprisoned in the Tower since 1 February 1633 for libelling King Charles and Henrietta Maria, is sentenced to life imprisonment, fined £5,000, expelled from Lincoln's Inn, deprived of his degree, and condemned to lose his ears in the pillory; he was pilloried on 7 and 10 May.
A Milton Chronology by Gordon Campbell (auth.)