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Abstracts of Inquisitiones Post Mortem Inquisitions Post Mortem (Abstracts and Calendars) 3 volumes
Accounts and Papers relating to Mary Queen of Scots Camden Society 1 volume
Accounts of the Obedientiars of Abingdon Abbey Camden Society 1 volume
Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum 3 volumes
Acts of the Privy Council of England 45 volumes
Anglo-Latin Satirical Poets and Epigrammatists of the Twelfth Century Rolls Series 2 volumes
Annales Monastici Rolls Series 5 volumes
Annual Reports of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records 5 volumes
Bartholomæi de Cotton, Monachi Norwicensis, Historia Anglicana [Cotton's History of England] Rolls Series 1 volume
Burnet's History of My Own Time 3 volumes
Calendar of Chancery Proceedings 4 volumes
Calendar of Chancery Warrants 1 volume
Calendar of Documents preserved in France illustrative of the History of Great Britain and Ireland 1 volume
Calendar of Fine Rolls 22 volumes
Calendar of Home Office Papers 4 volumes
Calendar of Inquisitions Miscellaneous (Chancery) 3 volumes
Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem Inquisitions Post Mortem (Abstracts and Calendars) 17 volumes
Calendar of Letter-Books Preserved Among the Archives of the Corporation of the City of London at the Guildhall 11 volumes
Calendar of Papal Registers - Papal Letters 15 volumes
Calendar of Proceeds of the Committee for Compounding 5 volumes
Calendar of State Papers Preserved Principally at Rome in the Vatican Archives and Library 2 volumes
Calendar of State Papers, Domestic 90 volumes
Calendar of State Papers, Foreign 27 volumes
Calendar of State Papers, Venice and Northern Italy 40 volumes
Calendar of the Carew Manuscripts Preserved in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth 6 volumes
Calendar of the Charter Rolls 6 volumes
Calendar of the Clarendon State Papers 3 volumes
Calendar of the Close Rolls Close Rolls (Calendars and Transcripts) 47 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 Patent Rolls Patent Rolls (Calendars and Transcripts) 66 volumes
Calendar of the Proceedings of the Committee for the Advance of Money 3 volumes
Calendar of the Stuart Papers Preserved at Windsor Castle Historical Manuscripts Commission 7 volumes
Calendar of Treasury Papers 10 volumes
Calendar of Various Chancery Rolls: Supplementary Close Rolls, Welsh Rolls, Scutage Rolls 1 volume
Calendarium Genealogicum: Henry III and Edward I 2 volumes
Camden Miscellany Camden Society 1 volume
Cartularium Monasterii de Rameseia Rolls Series 3 volumes
Chronica Johannis de Oxenedes [Chronicle of John of Oxnead] Rolls Series 1 volume
Chronica Monasterii de Melsa [Chronicle of Meaux Abbey] Rolls Series 3 volumes
Chronicle of England by John Capgrave Rolls Series 1 volume
Chronicle of Roger Hoveden [Howden] Rolls Series 4 volumes
Chronicle of the War between the English and the Scots in 1173 and 1174 Surtees Society 1 volume
Chronicles and memorials of the reign of Richard I Rolls Series 3 volumes
Chronicon Monasterii de Abingdon [Chronicle of Abingdon Monastery] Rolls Series 2 volumes
Clarke Papers: Selections from the Papers of William Clarke Camden Society 4 volumes
Close Rolls (Calendars and Transcripts) Calendar of the Close Rolls 2 volumes
Collection of Original Letters and Papers concerning the Affairs of England by Thomas Carte 2 volumes
Collection of State Papers of John Thurloe 7 volumes
Correspondence of James VI of Scotland with Sir Robert Cecil and others in England during the reign of Queen Elizabeth Camden Society 1 volume
Correspondence of Robert Bowes of Aske, Esquire, the Ambassador of Queen Elizabeth in the Court of Scotland Surtees Society 1 volume
Correspondence of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leycester, during his Government of the Low Countries Camden Society 1 volume
Correspondence of the Family of Hatton Camden Society 2 volumes
Correspondence, Inventories, Account Rolls, and Law Proceedings, of the Priory of Coldingham Surtees Society 1 volume
Curia Regis Rolls Curia Regis Rolls (Record Commissioners & Public Record Office Series) 14 volumes
Debates in the House of Commons in 1625 Camden Society 1 volume
Descriptive Catalogue of Ancient Deeds in the PRO 6 volumes
Descriptive Catalogue of Materials relating to the History of Great Britain and Ireland to the end of the reign of Henry VII Rolls Series 4 volumes
Diary of John Manningham of the Middle Temple and of Bradbourne, Kent, Barrister-At-Law Camden Society 1 volume
Diary of the Marches of the Royal Army during the Great Civil War kept by Richard Symonds Camden Society 1 volume
Documents Illustrating the History of St Paul's Cathedral Camden Society 1 volume
Durham Protestations Surtees Society 1 volume
Early Deeds relating to Newcastle upon Tyne Surtees Society 1 volume
Ecclesiastical Memorials relating chiefly to Religion and the Reformation of It and the Emergencies of the Church of England 6 volumes
Egerton Papers Camden Society 1 volume
English Factories in India: A Calendar of Documents in the India Office, etc 5 volumes
Essex Papers Camden Society 1 volume
Eulogium (Historiarum sive Temporis): Chronicon ab Orbe Condito usque ad 1366 a Monacho quodam Malmesbriensi Exaratum Rolls Series 3 volumes
Expeditions to Prussia and the Holy Land made by Henry Earl of Derby (afterwards King Henry IV) Camden Society 1 volume
Extracts from the Records of the Company of Hostmen of Newcastle-upon-Tyne Surtees Society 1 volume
Fasciculi Zizaniorum Magistri Johannis Wyclif cum Tritico Rolls Series 1 volume
Fasti Dunelmenses: A Record of the Beneficed Clergy of the Diocese of Durham Surtees Society 1 volume
Foedera, Conventiones, Litteræ, et cujuscunque generis Acta Publica inter Reges Angliæ et alios etc. [Treaties, Agreements, Letters and Public Acts made between the Kings of England and others etc.] 20 volumes
Fortescue Papers Camden Society 1 volume
Fr. Rogeri Bacon: Opera Quædam Hactenus Inedita [The Works of Roger Bacon] Rolls Series 1 volume
Gesta Abbatum Monasterii Sancti Albani Rolls Series 3 volumes
Grants during the reign of Edward V Camden Society 1 volume
Hamilton Papers: Documents Illustrative of the History of Scotland in the XVIth Century 2 volumes
Hamilton Papers: Original Letters in the possession of His Grace the Duke of Hamilton and Brandon Camden Society 1 volume
Henrici de Bracton de Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae Rolls Series 5 volumes
Henrici de Bracton De Legibus Et Consuetudinibus Angliæ Rolls Series 1 volume
Historia et Cartularium Monasterii Sancti Petri Gloucestriæ Rolls Series 3 volumes
Historia Monasterii S. Augustini Cantuariensis by Thomas of Elmham Rolls Series 1 volume
Historians of the Church of York and its Archbishops Rolls Series 3 volumes
Historiæ Anglicanæ Scriptores X 1 volume
Historical Manuscripts Commission HMC General Reports 1 volume
Historical Papers and Letters from the Northern Registers Rolls Series 1 volume
History and Antiquities of North Durham 1 volume
History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry II 3 volumes
History of Scotland from the Roman Occupation 4 volumes
HMC General Reports Historical Manuscripts Commission 12 volumes
Holinshed's Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland 5 volumes
Horae Eboracenses, the Prymer or Hours of the Blessed Virgin Mary according to the use of the Illustrious Church of York Surtees Society 1 volume
Inquisitions and Assessments Relating to Feudal Aids 6 volumes
Journal of a voyage into the Mediterranean by Sir Kenelm Digby Camden Society 1 volume
Journals of the House of Commons 22 volumes
Journals of the House of Lords 15 volumes
Ladies of the Reformation: Memoirs of Distinquished Female Characters belonging to the period of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century 1 volume
Lauderdale Papers Camden Society 3 volumes
Leechdoms, Wortcunning and Starcraft of Early England Rolls Series 3 volumes
Leges Marchiarum, or Border Laws 1 volume
Letter-Book of Gabriel Harvey Camden Society 1 volume
Letters and Papers illustrative of the reigns of Richard III and Henry VII Rolls Series 2 volumes
Letters and Papers illustrative of the Wars of the English in France during the reign of Henry VI Rolls Series 3 volumes
Letters and Papers of John Shillingford, Mayor of Exeter Camden Society 1 volume
Letters and Papers of the Verney Family Camden Society 1 volume
Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Reign of Henry VIII 38 volumes
Letters and the Life of Francis Bacon Works of Francis Bacon 7 volumes
Letters from George Lord Carew to Sir Thomas Roe Camden Society 1 volume
Letters from King Charles First to Queen Henrietta Maria Camden Society 1 volume
Letters from Sir Robert Cecil to Sir George Carew Camden Society 1 volume
Letters illustrating the relations between England and Germany at the commencement of the Thirty Years' War Camden Society 1 volume
Letters of Queen Elizabeth and King James VI of Scotland Camden Society 1 volume
Letters of Queen Margaret of Anjou and Bishop Beckington and others written in the reigns of Henry V and Henry VI Camden Society 1 volume
Letters written by John Chamberlain during the reign of Queen Elizabeth Camden Society 1 volume
Lettres de Catherine de Médicis 11 volumes
Liber de Illustribus Henricis [John Capgrave's Book of the Illustrious Henries] Rolls Series 1 volume
Liber Niger Scaccarii 1 volume
Liber Vitæ Eccleseæ Dunelmensis Surtees Society 1 volume
Life of King James II, collected out of Memoirs writ of his own Hand 1 volume
Lists of Foreign Protestants and Aliens resident in England Camden Society 1 volume
Literae Cantuarienses: Letter Books of the Monastery of Christ Church, Canterbury Rolls Series 3 volumes
Lives of Edward the Confessor Rolls Series 1 volume
Manuscripts and Correspondence of James, 1st Earl of Charlemont Historical Manuscripts Commission 2 volumes
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.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 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
Marie Stuart et Catherine de Médicis 1 volume
Materials for a History of the reign of Henry VII Rolls Series 2 volumes
Materials for the history of Thomas Becket, Archbishop of Canterbury Rolls Series 7 volumes
Matthæi Parisiensis, Monachi Sancti Albani, Chronica Majora Rolls Series 7 volumes
Memoriale Fratris Walteri de Coventria: The Historical Collections of Walter of Coventry Rolls Series 2 volumes
Memorials of King Henry V Rolls Series 1 volume
Memorials of King Henry VII Rolls Series 1 volume
Memorials of the reign of King Henry VI: Official Correspondence of Thomas Bekynton Rolls Series 2 volumes
Miscellanea - Surtees Society Surtees Society 1 volume
Moneys received and paid for Secret Services of Charles II and James II Camden Society 1 volume
Monumenta Franciscana Rolls Series 2 volumes
Monumenta Juridica. The Black Book of the Admiralty. Rolls Series 4 volumes
Munimenta Gildhallae Londiniensis; Liber Albus, Liber Custumarum, et Liber Horn. [Muniments of London Guildhall] Rolls Series 4 volumes
Narratives of the Detention, Liberation and Marriage of Maria Clementina Stuart, styled Queen of Britain and Ireland 1 volume
Nicholas Papers 4 volumes
Nicholas Papers: Correspondence of Sir Edward Nicholas, Secretary of State Camden Society 3 volumes
Nonarum Inquisitiones in Curia Scaccarii Temp. Regis Edwardi III 1 volume
North County Diaries Surtees Society 1 volume
Northumbrian Documents of the 17th and 18th Centuries Surtees Society 1 volume
Notes of Proceedings in the Long Parliament Temp. Charles I Camden Society 1 volume
Notes of the Debates in the House of Lords officially taken by Henry Elsing, Clerk of the Parliaments, A.D. 1621 Camden Society 1 volume
Notes of the Debates in the House of Lords officially taken by Henry Elsing, Clerk of the Parliaments, in A.D. 1624 and 1626 Camden Society 1 volume
Notes of the Treaty carried on at Ripon between King Charles I and the Covenanters of Scotland Camden Society 1 volume
Original Letters of Eminent Literary Men Camden Society 1 volume
Original Papers Illustrative of the Life and Writings of John Milton Camden Society 1 volume
Percy Bailiff's Rolls of the Fifteenth Century Surtees Society 1 volume
Percy Chartulary Surtees Society 1 volume
Pipe Rolls 76 volumes
Placita de Quo Warranto temp. Edward I, II, et III [Pleas of 'Quo Warranto' from the time of Edward I, II and III] 1 volume
Plumpton Correspondence Camden Society 1 volume
Political Poems and Songs Relating to English History (composed between the reigns of Edward III and Richard III) Rolls Series 2 volumes
Polychronicon Ranulphi Higden, Monachi Cestrensis Rolls Series 9 volumes
Polydore Vergil's English History Camden Society 1 volume
Private Diary of Dr. John Dee Camden Society 1 volume
Records of the Committees for Compounding with Delinquent Royalists in Durham and Northumberland during the Civil War Surtees Society 1 volume
Records of the Northern Convocation Surtees Society 1 volume
Recueil des Croniques et Anchiennes Istories de la Grant Bretaigne, a present nomme Engleterre, par Jehan de Waurin [and William Hardy's translations of Wavrin's Collection of Chronicles and Ancient Histories of Great Britain] Rolls Series 8 volumes
Red Book of the Exchequer Rolls Series 3 volumes
Register of Edward the Black Prince Rolls Series 4 volumes
Register of John Le Romeyn, Lord Archbishop of York, and of Henry of Newark, Lord Archbishop of York Surtees Society 2 volumes
Register of the Priory of St. Bees Surtees Society 1 volume
Register of Thomas of Corbridge, Lord Archbishop of York Surtees Society 2 volumes
Register of William Greenfield, Lord Archbishop of York Surtees Society 5 volumes
Register of William Wickwane, Lord Archbishop of York Surtees Society 1 volume
Registrum epistolarum fratris Johannis Peckham, Archiepiscopi Cantuariensis Rolls Series 3 volumes
Registrum Palatinum Dunelmense: the register of Richard de Kellawe, Lord Palatine and Bishop of Durham Rolls Series 4 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 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 5 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
Reports of Cases in the Courts of Star Chamber and High Commission Camden Society 1 volume
Richard D'Aungerville of Bury. Fragments of His Register and Other Documents Surtees Society 1 volume
Rites of Durham Surtees Society 1 volume
Rotuli Chartarum in Turri Londinensi Asservati 1 volume
Rotuli Curiae Regis: Rolls and Records of the Court held before the King's Justiciars or Justices Curia Regis Rolls (Record Commissioners & Public Record Office Series) 2 volumes
Rotuli Hundredorum 2 volumes
Rotuli Litterarum Clausarum [The Close Rolls] Close Rolls (Calendars and Transcripts) 2 volumes
Rotuli Litterarum Patentium [The Patent Rolls] Patent Rolls (Calendars and Transcripts) 1 volume
Royal and Historical Letters during the reign of Henry IV Rolls Series 2 volumes
Royal and Other Historical Letters illustrative of the reign of Henry III Rolls Series 2 volumes
Royal Charters of the City of Lincoln, Henry II to William III 1 volume
Rutland Papers. Original Documents illustrative of the Courts and Times of Henry VII and Henry VIII Camden Society 1 volume
Savile Correspondence Camden Society 1 volume
Six North Country Diaries Surtees Society 1 volume
State Papers and Miscellaneous Correspondence of Thomas, Earl of Melros Abbotsford Club 2 volumes
State Papers published under the authority of His Majesty's Commission. King Henry the Eighth. 11 volumes
Statutes of the Cathedral Church of Durham Surtees Society 1 volume
Statutes of the Realm 5 volumes
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
Travels through England of Dr. Richard Pococke Camden Society 2 volumes
Trevelyan Papers Camden Society 3 volumes
Valor Ecclesiasticus Tempore Henrici VIII (Ecclesiastical Valuation of the Reign of Henry VIII) 6 volumes
Visitations of Churches belonging to St. Paul's Cathedral Camden Society 1 volume
Visitations of the North: or, some early Heraldic Visitations of, and Collections of Pedigrees relating to the North of England Surtees Society 4 volumes
Wills and Administrations from the Knaresborough Court Rolls Surtees Society 2 volumes
Wills and Inventories illustrative of the History, Manners, Language, Statistics of the Northern Counties of England Surtees Society 4 volumes
Wills from Doctors' Commons. A selection from the Wills of eminent persons proved in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury Camden Society 1 volume
Year Books of the reign of King Edward the First Rolls Series 4 volumes
Year Books of the reign of King Edward the Third Rolls Series 15 volumes
York Memorandum Book Surtees Society 2 volumes

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[Text adapted from Wikipedia, extracted 8 November 2010:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Waurin]

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