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  • Calendar of the Committee for Advance of Money
  • Calendar of Border Papers
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  • Calendar of State Papers, Domestic (Charles I)
  • Calendar of State Papers, Domestic (Interregnum)
  • Calendar of State Papers, Domestic (Charles II)
  • Calendar of State Papers, Domestic (James II)
  • Calendar of State Papers, Domestic (William and Mary)
  • Calendar of State Papers, Domestic (Anne)
  • Calendar of State Papers, Ireland
  • Calendar of State Papers, Scotland
  • Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III
  • Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward I
  • Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward II
  • Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III
  • Calendar of Close Rolls, Richard II
  • Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry IV
  • Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry V
  • Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VI
  • Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward IV, Edward V, Richard III
  • Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VII
  • Parliament Rolls of Medieval England (Edward I to Henry VII)

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