Les reportes del cases in Camera Stellata, 1593 to 1609 from the original ms. of John Hawarde edited by William Paley Baildon Published 1894 Pages 10 and 49
In Camera Stellata 8° Februar., die Veneris, Elizab. 36, termino Hillarij, [1593-4].
On the same day Lord Dudley moved against a former order for him to pay £4 costs because his commissioners did not assemble on the day appointed, although they were on that day at Quarter Sessions. But the Lord Keeper would not admit this, because [Lord Dudley] could have appointed some other day, knowing before of the day of the Sessions. And so he would not alter the former order, for by this the courses here would be infinitely delayed.
In Camera Stellata, Wednesday, May 12, Easter Term, 38 Elizabeth, 1596,
It was moved on a new matter in Lord Dudlyes case, before sentenced, that the offences were pardoned, but case inasmuch as this was moved at the [former] hearing, and it was then resolved that they were not pardoned, it prevailed nothing.
See also STAC Dudley