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Calendar of Treasury Books, Volume 28, 1714. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1955.

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LIST OF RECORD CLASSES USED IN THE PREPARATION OF THIS VOLUME WITH THE MODERN OFFICIAL REFERENCES FOR THE SAME

OFFICIAL REFERENCE
Accounts, Departmental:
Secret Service (Receipt Book), 1701–1710 T.38/737
Minute Books, 1712 Nov.–1714 Sept. T.29/20, 21
Miscellanea, Disposition Books, 1709–1714 T.61/20, 21, 22
King's Warrants, 1711–1715 T.52/25, 26
(referred to in this volume as Queen's Warrant Book)
Lowndes Papers:
Secret Service (Receipt Book) 1710–1714 T.48/16
Order Books, 1710–1717 T.60/8, 9
Various:
Out Letters (Plantations Auditor), 1709– 1717 T.64/90
Warrants Relating to Money, 1691–1715 T.53/11, 22, 23
(referred to in this volume as Money Books)
Warrants not Relating to Money, 1712– 1715 T.54/22
Warrants, Various:
Queen Anne's Debts, 1714 T.56/34
Out Letters, Customs, 1712–1717 T. 11/16
General, 1713–1715 T. 27/21
Ireland, 1707–1715 T.14/9
North Britain, 1709–1716 T. 17/2, 3
Taxes, etc., 1710–1723 T.22/2
(referred to in this volume as Affairs of Taxes)
Reference Books, 1711 June 11–1720 June 1 T.4/9
Register of Papers Read at the Board, 1713 Oct.–1714 Nov. T.4/19

The Index to Persons and Places in this Volume was begun by Mr. C. D. Reed and revised by Miss C. V. E. Dale. The Subject Index is the work of Mr. A. W. Mabbs who also saw both parts through the press. All three are or were members of the staff of the Public Record Office.