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|Named Person:||Richard Rawlinson|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Richard Rawlinson; Bodleian Library.
|Notes:||Title from Harvester Microform ed., reel 1, frame .
Originals held by the Bodleian Library as Rawlinson A,B and C.
Box title: The Rawlinson manuscripts.
Harvester Microform catalog title: Sixteenth and seventeenth century manuscripts from the Rawlinson collection.
Editorial direction by Michael Hawkins.
"The selection of material in these programmes is determined by the desire to reproduce as economically and manageably as possible the most significant historical material for the period. The broad dates chosen, about 1540-about 1680, conform with most of the other Harvester Microform editions of documents from the early modern era ... Volumes of which a substantial part is outside the above dates are excluded ... Volumes are also excluded if they are: 1) concerned primarily with the history of continental Europe or other parts of the World; 2) concerned with British history, but are of less significance for public affairs ... In particular the Thurloe Manuscripts, Rawlinson A Volumes 1-67, very large parts of which have been printed in the Thurloe State Papers, have been excluded." Cf. Editor's note, reel 1.
|Reproduction Notes:||Microfilm. Brighton, England : Harvester Microform, c1981- microfilm reels ; 35 mm.|
|Contents:||Pt. 1 (r. 1-22). The most important volumes selected from volumes 1 to 169 of Rawlinson A --
pt. 2 (r. 23-46). Volumes 170-216 inclusive of Rawlinson A --
pt. 3 (r. 47-64). Volumes 217-241, 243-253, 255-268, 270-272, 282-283, 289-290, 295-309, 314-316 of Rawlinson A --
pt. 4 (r. 65-80). Volumes 317-318, 321, 323, 325-326, 328-332, 334, 336, 339-343, 347-349, 351-353, 369, 393, 396-397, 400, 403, 407, 409-410, 414-415, 419, 426, 434-435, 439-441, 444, 447-483, 486, 490-495, 499 [of Rawlinson A].
|Other Titles:||Sixteenth and seventeenth century manuscripts from the Rawlinson collection.|
Letters and papers covering the history of British public affairs, primarily between the years 1540-1680.