Category: HMC

Title Series Volumes
Calendar of the Manuscripts of Major-General Lord Sackville preserved at Knole, Sevenoaks, Kent Historical Manuscripts Commission 2 volumes
Calendar of the Manuscripts of the Dean and Chapter of Wells Historical Manuscripts Commission 2 volumes
Calendar of the Manuscripts of the Marquis of Bath Historical Manuscripts Commission 3 volumes
Calendar of the Manuscripts of the Marquis of Ormonde Historical Manuscripts Commission 8 volumes
Calendar of the Manuscripts of the Marquis of Salisbury: The Cecil Manuscripts Historical Manuscripts Commission 18 volumes
Calendar of the Stuart Papers Preserved at Windsor Castle Historical Manuscripts Commission 7 volumes
Historical Manuscripts Commission HMC General Reports 1 volume
HMC General Reports Historical Manuscripts Commission 12 volumes
Manuscripts and Correspondence of James, 1st Earl of Charlemont Historical Manuscripts Commission 2 volumes
Manuscripts of Charles Haliday: Acts of the Privy Council in Ireland Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of F.J. Savile Foljambe of Osberton Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of Henry Duncan Skrine, and Salvetti Correspondence Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of J. Eliot Hodgkin of Richmond Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of J.B. Fortescue preserved at Dropmore Historical Manuscripts Commission 9 volumes
Manuscripts of J.J. Hope Johnstone of Annandale Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of J.M. Heathcote [Fanshawe MSS.] Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of Lord Kenyon Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of Rye and Hereford Corporations, Capt. Loder-Symonds, Mr. E.R. Wodehouse, M.P., and Others Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of S.H. Le Fleming of Rydal Hall Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of Shrewsbury and Coventry Corporations; the Earl of Radnor, Sir Walter Corbet, Bart., and Others Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of Sir William Fitzherbert, Bart., and Others Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Corporations of Southampton and King's Lynn Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Duke of Athole and of the Earl of Home Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Duke of Beaufort, the Earl of Donoughmore, and Others Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry preserved at Drumlanrig Historical Manuscripts Commission 2 volumes
Manuscripts of the Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry preserved at Montagu Historical Manuscripts Commission 4 volumes
Manuscripts of the Duke of Hamilton Historical Manuscripts Commission 2 volumes
Manuscripts of the Duke of Leeds, the Bridgewater Trust, Reading Corporation, the Inner Temple, etc. Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Duke of Portland preserved at Welbeck Abbey Historical Manuscripts Commission 10 volumes
Manuscripts of the Duke of Roxburghe; Sir H.H. Campbell, Bart.; the Earl of Strathmore; and Countess Dowager of Seafield Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Duke of Rutland preserved at Belvoir Castle Historical Manuscripts Commission 4 volumes
Manuscripts of the Duke of Somerset, the Marquis of Ailesbury, and the Rev. Sir T.H.G. Puleston Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Earl Cowper [Coke Family Papers] Historical Manuscripts Commission 3 volumes
Manuscripts of the Earl of Buckinghamshire, the Earl of Lindsey, the Earl of Onslow, Lord Emly, Theodore J. Hare, Esq., and James Round, Esq., M.P. Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Earl of Carlisle at Castle Howard Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Earl of Dartmouth Historical Manuscripts Commission 3 volumes
Manuscripts of the Earl of Egmont Historical Manuscripts Commission 5 volumes
Manuscripts of the Earl of Lonsdale Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Earl of Westmorland, Captain Stewart, Lord Stafford, Lord Muncaster and Others Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the House of Lords Historical Manuscripts Commission 15 volumes
Manuscripts of the Marquess of Abergavenny, Lord Braye, G.F. Luttrell Esq., etc. Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Marquess of Downshire [Trumbull Papers] Historical Manuscripts Commission 5 volumes
Manuscripts of the Marquess Townshend Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Marquis of Ormonde, Earl of Fingall, and other Irish Papers Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report of the Laing Manuscripts preserved in the University of Edinburgh Historical Manuscripts Commission 2 volumes
Report on Manuscripts in the Welsh Language Historical Manuscripts Commission 6 volumes
Report on Manuscripts in Various Collections Historical Manuscripts Commission 8 volumes
Report on the American Manuscripts in the Royal Institution of Great Britain Historical Manuscripts Commission 4 volumes
Report on the Franciscan Manuscripts at the Convent, Merchants' Quay, Dublin Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of Allan George Finch of Burley-On-The-Hill, Rutland Historical Manuscripts Commission 4 volumes
Report on the Manuscripts of Colonel David Milne Home of Wedderburn Castle Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of F.W. Leyborne-Popham Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of Lady Du Cane [Grimston MSS.] Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of Lord de L'Isle and Dudley Historical Manuscripts Commission 6 volumes
Report on the Manuscripts of Lord Middleton preserved at Wollaton Hall, Nottinghamshire Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of Lord Montagu of Beaulieu Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of Lord Polwarth Historical Manuscripts Commission 5 volumes
Report on the Manuscripts of Mrs Stopford-Sackville of Drayton House Historical Manuscripts Commission 2 volumes
Report on the Manuscripts of Mrs. Frankland-Russell-Astley of Chequers Court, Bucks. Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of Reginald Rawdon Hastings of the Manor House, Ashby de la Zouche Historical Manuscripts Commission 4 volumes
Report on the Manuscripts of the Earl of Ancaster preserved at Grimsthorpe Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of the Earl of Denbigh preserved at Newnham Paddox, Warwickshire Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of the Earl of Mar and Kellie at Alloa House Historical Manuscripts Commission 2 volumes
Report on the Manuscripts of the Earl of Verulam Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of the Family of Gawdy Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of the Marquess of Lothian Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Palk Manuscripts Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Pepys Manuscripts at Magdalene College, Cambridge Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Records of the City of Exeter Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Supplementary Report on the Manuscripts of Robert Graham Esq. of Fintry Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Supplementary Report on the Manuscripts of the late Bertie Montagu Twelfth Earl of Lindsey Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume

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