Les reportes del cases in Camera Stellata, 1593 to 1609 from the original ms. of John Hawarde edited by William Paley Baildon Published 1894 Page 93
In Camera Stellata, coram Consilio ibidem, Mercurij, 17 Novembris, 1597, Elizab. 40, termino Michis
Another cause of hearing in forma pauperis, Helis, plaintiff, Henry Farrar, defendant, for riot, forcible entry, and other misdemeanours.
Phillips was assigned his Counsel a year past, and the plaintiff gave notice to him of it this term, and not before; and he [Phillips], being then of Counsel with the defendant, refused. Whereupon the plaintiff preferred a petition to the Lord Keeper, reciting that [Phillips] had contemptuously refused, and was of Counsel with the defendant, having perused his writings and depositions [livers], which was false.
And for this slander the plaintiff was sentenced to have imprisonment, to have papers in Westminster Hall, and the pillory there, and to be whipped at Cheapside, and the pillory there. And Phillips was fully acquitted with great credit by all.
See also STAC Hellis