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Privy Chamber Attention to my fellow Englanders in support of King Henry VIII, I am the night of the Shire for Surrey, and although I may not take vote in today’s agendas, I can still inform you on important matter. As a dear friend of the King, I, nor should any of our other Englanders wish struggle, persuasion, and corruption on to our king. Which is why I am here telling you about this chamber in which we meet and discuss public and private matters with the King and help him make decisions, instead of The Council. We call this chamber the Privy Chamber. A Privy chamber would be the private apartment of a royal residence in England. The gentlemen of the Privy chamber would be servants to the Crown who would wait and attend on the King and Queen at court during their various activities, functions and entertainments.
The Privy chamber can possibly be the most influential department in an English royal household. It will contain the king's 'privy lodging', consisting of bedroom, library, study, and the toilet. What is currently known as the Chamber of the King’s living quarters will eventually by divided into a Privy chamber, and outer chamber, and the Great Hall.
King Henry has a "desire to have friends around him"; friends who also enjoyed sports and jousting as our King does. The Gentlemen of the Chamber will quite possibly become very distinguished individuals, even possibly having more influence over the King even than his own wife. We see forward that as our King’s rule continues to progress, the number of gentlemen in the Privy chamber should correspondingly increase as well, partly to accommodate outsiders who will recognize the advantages of holding a post so close to the King, and partly to provide enough cover to allow staff some release from duty.
This is how I feel we should operate our decisions for our country and not by The Council’s choice. People close to the King will know how he is actually feeling towards each topic that could be brought

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