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Despite Somerset's opposition, Villiers was made a gentleman of the bedchamber and knighted in the spring of Shortly thereafter he was created Viscount Villiers and Baron Waddon, with a grant of land valued at eighty thousand pounds to support him. Then in January George Villiers was made earl of Buckingham, and a year later he was raised to marquis.
Not yet twenty-six, he had become the second-richest nobleman in England. About this time, King James, in financial trouble again, commanded the appointment of a commission to examine the abuses made in his administrative departments, especially in the navy.
For more than thirty years the lord high admiral had been Charles Howard, earl of Nottingham, and during that time, whether it was his other duties or his easygoing nature, the navy had slipped from deterioration into sheer chaos. Since Villiers, or Buckingham, had already shown interest in that branch, it was not long after the commission got to work in March that he moved to oust Nottingham, fifty-five years his senior.
John Chamberlain put the story this way, in a letter dated October Meanwhile, Henry Mainwaring pronounced Mannering of Ightfield, Shropshire —ardently anti-Spanish, had been favorably noticed as a seaman by the same Nottingham and allowed to sail as a privateer, to pillage Spaniards only.
A graduate of Oxford, where he had studied under John Davies of Hereford,3 Mainwaring had wanted to sail to modern Iran, but was prevented by an embargo brought about by the Spanish ambassador in London.
This move pushed Mainwaring over the line into outright piracy, but he made a private covenant with himself that he would never molest English shipping or English cargoes. For three years he pursued this career with fabulous success in Mediterranean waters as well as on the Atlantic.
But at last, after some preliminaries, in June James I pardoned him under the Great Seal of England, on condition that he return and "give up the trade.Quiz & Worksheet - Influence of Ancient Roman Culture Quiz; Ancient Roman culture has influenced the modern world in many areas.
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