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Eleven volumes, for the reigns of William and Mary and William singly from 1696.

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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: William and Mary, 1689-90

William John Hardy (editor) (1895)
Covers the period from February 1689 to April 1690, the first volume for the reign of William and Mary.
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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: William and Mary, 1690-1

William John Hardy (editor) (1898)
Covers the period from May 1690 to October 1691.
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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: William and Mary, 1691-2

William John Hardy (editor) (1900)
Covers the period from November 1691 to December 1692.
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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: William and Mary, 1693

William John Hardy (editor) (1903)
Covers the twelve months of 1693.
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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: William and Mary, 1694-5

William John Hardy (editor) (1906)
Covers the period from January 1694 to June 1695.
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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: William and Mary, 1695Addenda 1689-1695

William John Hardy (editor) (1908)
Covers the second half of 1695 (July to December) and includes addenda for 1689 to 1695.
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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: William III, 1696

William John Hardy (editor) (1913)
Covers the twelve months of 1696.
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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: William III, 1697

William John Hardy (editor) (1927)
Covers the whole twelve months of 1697.
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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: William III, 1698

Edward Bateson (editor) (1933)
Covers the twelve months of 1698.
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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: William III, 1699-1700

Edward Bateson (editor) (1937)
Covers the period from January 1699 to March 1700.
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Calendar of State Papers Domestic: William III, 1700-2

Edward Bateson (editor) (1937)
Covers the two years from April 1700 to March 1702.
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