Category: Europe

Title Series Volumes
Annual Reports of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records 5 volumes
Burnet's History of My Own Time 3 volumes
Calendar of Letters, Papers and State Papers Relating to England and Spain 23 volumes
Calendar of Papal Registers - Papal Letters 14 volumes
Calendar of State Papers and Manuscripts, Milan 1 volume
Calendar of State Papers Preserved Principally at Rome in the Vatican Archives and Library 2 volumes
Calendar of State Papers, Foreign 27 volumes
Calendar of State Papers, Venice and Northern Italy 40 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 Marquis of Salisbury: The Cecil Manuscripts Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Calendar of the Stuart Papers Preserved at Windsor Castle Historical Manuscripts Commission 7 volumes
Correspondence of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leycester, during his Government of the Low Countries Camden Society 1 volume
Expeditions to Prussia and the Holy Land made by Henry Earl of Derby (afterwards King Henry IV) Camden 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
Histoire du Parlement de Paris 2 volumes
Historical Manuscripts Commission HMC General Reports 1 volume
HMC General Reports Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Inventaire Chronologique des Documents relatif à l'Histoire d'Écosse Abbotsford Club 1 volume
Ladies of the Reformation: Memoirs of Distinquished Female Characters belonging to the period of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century 1 volume
Ledger of Andrew Halyburton and Book of Customs 1 volume
Letters and Papers illustrative of the Wars of the English in France during the reign of Henry VI Rolls Series 3 volumes
Letters from George Lord Carew to Sir Thomas Roe Camden Society 1 volume
Letters from James Earl of Perth Camden Society 1 volume
Letters illustrating the relations between England and Germany at the commencement of the Thirty Years' War Camden Society 1 volume
Lettres de Catherine de Médicis 11 volumes
Lists of Foreign Protestants and Aliens resident in England Camden Society 1 volume
Manuscripts of F.J. Savile Foljambe of Osberton 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 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 Duke of Beaufort, the Earl of Donoughmore, and Others Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
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 1 volume
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 Somerset, the Marquis of Ailesbury, and the Rev. Sir T.H.G. Puleston Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
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 Westmorland, Captain Stewart, Lord Stafford, Lord Muncaster and Others Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
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
Marie Stuart et Catherine de Médicis 1 volume
Monumenta Juridica. The Black Book of the Admiralty. 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: Correspondence of Sir Edward Nicholas, Secretary of State Camden Society 3 volumes
Papiers d'État Pièces et Documents inédits ou peu connu relatifs à l'Histoire de l'Écosse au XVIe siècle Bannatyne Club 3 volumes
Pipe Rolls 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 1 volume
Relations Politiques de la France et de l'Espagne avec l'Écosse au XVIe Siècle 5 volumes
Report on Manuscripts in Various Collections Historical Manuscripts Commission 8 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 Lady Du Cane [Grimston MSS.] Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Report on the Manuscripts of Lord de L'Isle and Dudley Historical Manuscripts Commission 2 volumes
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 1 volume
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 2 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 Marquess of Lothian Historical Manuscripts Commission 1 volume
Savile Correspondence Camden Society 1 volume
Scottish Staple in the Netherlands: An Account of the Trade Relations between Scotland and the Low Countries 1 volume
State Papers published under the authority of His Majesty's Commission. King Henry the Eighth. 6 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

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Jean compiled the Recueil des croniques et anchiennes istories de la Grant Bretaigne, a collection of the sources of English history from the earliest times to 1471. For this work he borrowed from Froissart, Monstrelet and others; while for the period between 1444 and 1471 the Recueil is original and especially valuable.

From the beginning to 688 and again from 1399 to 1471 the text was edited for the Rolls Series (5 vols, London, 1864–1891), by W. and E. L. C. P. Hardy, who also translated the greater part of it into English. The section from 1325 to 1471 was edited by L. M. E. Dupont (Paris, 1858–1863).

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

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