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Office-Holders in Modern Britain: Volume 8, Foreign Office Officials 1782-1870. Originally published by University of London, London, 1979.

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British Library, London
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Egerton MS 3505
Leeds Papers.
Add. MS 58968,
Dropmore Papers.
Public Record Office, London
C 66 Patent Rolls.
FO 83 Foreign Office: Great Britain and General.
FO 84 Foreign Office: Slave Trade Correspondence.
FO 96 Foreign Office: Miscellanea, Series II.
FO 366 Foreign Office: Chief Clerk's Department Archives.
HO 38 Home Office: Warrant Books.
PC 2 Privy Council Registers.
Prob. 11 Prerogative Court of Canterbury: Registered Copies of Wills.
T 52 Treasury: King's Warrants.
T 53 Treasury: Warrants Relating to Money.
Dip. Rep. British Diplomatic Representatives 1789-1852, ed. S. T. Bindoff, E. F. Malcolm Smith and C. K. Webster. Camden 3rd ser., l, 1934.
1st Rept. on Fees First Report from Commissioners for Enquiring into Fees in Public Offices 1786 (HC 1806, vii).
FOL Foreign Office List. Published annually or biannually from 1852.
Gent. Mag. Gentleman's Magazine.
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Middleton, Foreign Policy C. R. Middleton, The Administration of British Foreign Policy 1782-1846. Durham, N. C. 1977.
Officials of the Secretaries of State Officials of the Secretaries of State 1660-1782, comp. J. C. Sainty. London 1973.
Royal Kal. Royal Kalendar.
16th Rept. on Finance Sixteenth Report of Select Committee on Finance 1797. Reports from Committees of House of Commons (15 vols., London 1803) xii, 297-327.