Category: Colonial

Title Series Volumes
Acts of the Privy Council, Colonial Series 6 volumes
Calendar of Home Office Papers 4 volumes
Calendar of State Papers, Colonial, America and West Indies 37 volumes
Calendar of State Papers, Colonial, East Indies, China, Japan and Persia 5 volumes
Darien Papers Bannatyne Club 1 volume
English Factories in India: A Calendar of Documents in the India Office, etc 5 volumes
Journal of the Commissioners for Trade and Plantations 14 volumes
Journals of the House of Commons 5 volumes
Letters from George Lord Carew to Sir Thomas Roe Camden Society 1 volume
Manuscripts of J.B. Fortescue preserved at Dropmore Historical Manuscripts Commission 3 volumes
Manuscripts of Shrewsbury and Coventry Corporations; the Earl of Radnor, Sir Walter Corbet, Bart., and Others Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Earl of Dartmouth Historical Manuscripts Commission 2 volumes
Manuscripts of the Earl of Egmont Historical Manuscripts Commission 3 volumes
Manuscripts of the Marquess of Abergavenny, Lord Braye, G.F. Luttrell Esq., etc. Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Manuscripts of the Marquess Townshend Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on Manuscripts in Various Collections Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
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 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of Mrs Stopford-Sackville of Drayton House Historical Manuscripts Commission 2 volumes
Report on the Manuscripts of the Marquess of Lothian Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Palk Manuscripts Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Royal Letters, Charters and tracts relating to the Colonization of New Scotland, and the Institution of the Order of Knight Baronets of Nova Scotia, 1621-1638 Bannatyne Club 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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