2 edition of complete state papers domestic found in the catalog.
complete state papers domestic
Great Britain. Sovereign (1727-1760 : George II)
|Contributions||George II, King of Great Britain.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
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Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series, January to December , January to June 2 vols. Edited by F. H. BLACKBURNE DANIELL. (London: Stationery Office, ) Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series, William III, January to December Edited by EDWARD BATESON. (London: Stationery Office, ). State Papers Online. State Papers Online, , is a searchable archive of 16th and 17th century State Papers. The University of Sheffield has access to the following collections: Part I - The Tudors, State Papers Domestic; Part II - The Tudors, State Papers Foreign, Scotland, Borders, Ireland and Registers of the.
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Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series, Edward VI,ed CS Knighton (London, ) Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series, of the Reign of Mary I,ed CS Knighton (London, ) For papers from the reign of Charles I.
For records from the reign of Charles I, covering the years touse the 23 volumes of the. State Papers Online, Part I: The Tudors, Henry VIII to Elizabeth I, State Papers Domestic.
This collection delivers access to the official records of the secretaries of state serving the ruling monarch of the day, encompassing every facet of early modern government, including social and economic affairs, law and order, religious policy, crown possessions, and intelligence.
General Editor of The Complete State Papers Domestic of the Reign of Henry VIII. It is the rise to prominence of the Secretaryship, a post held in the s by Thomas Cromwell, which make the domestic State Papers of the reign of Henry VIII so voluminous and valuable for.
State Papers Online, Part III: The Stuarts: James I to Anne, State Papers Domestic. State Papers Domestic for the Stuart era () is the richest primary source archive of its kind to cover national affairs in England the seventeenth century. The manuscripts and accompanying calendars are vital to any scholar's understanding of this turbulent century of civil strife.
The complete state papers domestic, Part IV. The state papers domestic for the years of Elizabeth I's reign [microform] Harvester Press Hassocks, Sussex Australian/Harvard Citation. Great Britain. Public Record Office. The complete state. Complete State Papers Domestic, Series One: Units Edward VI, Mary I, Elizabeth I, - Reel Listing 3 Elizabeth I (SP 12).
Letters and Papers. State Papers (Foreign) of Edward VI, - Microforms. Location: Microfilm DA A43 Scope: These are the microfilmed manuscripts of the foreign state papers of the reign of Edward VI. There is no index to this collection.
Researchers should consult Calendar of state papers, Foreign series, of the reigns of Edward VI, Mary and Elizabeth I, for more information about these. The Complete State Papers Domestic: series one, - Microforms. Location: Microfilm DA A35 Scope: These are the microfilmed manuscripts of the domestic state papers of the reigns of Edward VI, Mary I, Elizabeth I, and James I.
Topics covered include such wide-ranging themes as government finances, administrative problems and practices, rebellions, relations with Parliament and. Complete state papers domestic [microfilm] The State papers document English foreign and domestic policy.
The documents originally derive from the papers of secretaries of state and other ministers, were arranged in the current groups in the 19th century, and are held in Author: Alain St. Pierre. Page - King's service, and was employed ' to write, limn and garnish with gold and colours ' the royal letters to a picturesque list of foreign potentates, including the Grand Signior, the King of Persia, the Emperor of Russia, the Great Mogul and other remote princes, such as the Kings of Bantam, Macassar, Barbary, Siam, Achee, Fez, and Sus.
From scrivener he wReviews: 1. Many scholars approach the State Papers Online with a citation (cryptic though it might be) in-hand. Unfortunately, most citations to the State Papers consist of an SP number, a volume number, and document number (for example, “SP 11/1/15” refers to State Papers 11 (the Domestic Papers of Mary I), Volume 1, document number 15).
Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more. Complete state papers domestic [microfilm] The State papers document English foreign and domestic policy. The documents originally derive from the papers of secretaries of state and other ministers, were arranged in the current groups in the 19th century, and are held in.
A state paper is a document or file kept by a government to record discussions, options and decisions by government officials, departments and civil servants.
Some states follow a thirty year rule whereby state papers on an issue may be released to academic scrutiny thirty years after an original discussion or decision. State papers are often kept in a country's National Archives, State Paper. Putting the Complete Calendars of State Papers Online British History Online is pleased to announce that volumes in the AHRC-funded State Papers project are now live.
The goal of the project is to complete the digitisation of the Calendars of State Papers in verbatim transcriptions of at least % accuracy. State Papers Online,Part 1: The Tudors, Henry VIII to Elizabeth I, State Papers Domestic Complete State Papers Domestic is the most important series of documents for the study of Early Modern British History and is destined to transform research.
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Share your thoughts Complete your review. Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *. Calendar of state papers, domestic series, [during the Commonwealth] preserved in the State paper department of Her Majesty's Public record office by Great Britain.
The British State Papers in this online edition are predominately papers of the Secretaries of State from the reign of Henry VIII to the end of the reign of Queen Anne. These papers and those of other ministers were intended to be delivered on death or resignation to the Keeper of State Papers, but they were frequently retained.
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This volume is the second to appear within a year of the revived series of calendars of state papers domestic for Anne's reign. (Volume III appeared inand was reviewed in ante, XXV,and much of that review applies to the present volume.) 1 The first two volumes of the calendars appeared as far back as and The work on this volume and its immediate predecessor was.—The Complete Book of International Adoption takes parents step by step through the entire process of adopting a child from another country.
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