Includes records of Parliament, of higher clergy, and manorial records such as feet of fines.
Feet of Fines
Final concords for Lancashire, Lincolnshire, Sussex and Yorkshire. 10 volumes.
Survey of London
Detailed studies of the capital's architecture and topography, since 1894. 35 volumes.
Journal of the House of Commons: volume 1
The earliest volume of the official minute book of the House of Commons, covering the reigns of Edward VI, Mary, Elizabeth I, James I and Charles I to 1629.
Calendars and transcripts of medieval and early modern records. 5 volumes.
Churchwardens', parish clerks' and other parish records. 3 volumes.
Middlesex county records: Volume 1
Indictments, recognizances, coroners' inquisitions post mortem, orders and memoranda from 3 Edward VI until the end of the reign of Elizabeth I.
or, An exact Account of the Proceedings of the Four last Parliaments of Q. Elizabeth
Details debates in both Houses of Parliament from 1589 until 1601. Collected by the Shropshire MP Heywood Townshend, they were first published in 1680.
The Aldermen of the City of London
Temp. Henry III - 1912
Contains comprehensive lists of and biographical notes upon the aldermen of the City. It also includes extensive materials on the relationship of the various aldermen to the livery companies and to Parliament. Originally published in two volumes, it is here given in one.
Parliament Rolls of Medieval England
Transcriptions from the manuscript rolls of all parliaments which survive for the period 1275 to 1504. The transcriptions - in Latin, Anglo-Norman or Middle English - are presented in parallel with a modern English translation. There is also a description of each parliament of the period, including for those of which no roll survives.
London viewers and their certificates, 1508-1558
Certificates of the sworn viewers of the City of London
Records of London viewers, regarding instances of nuisance and other dispute over buildings, boundaries and ways. From records in the Corporation of London Records Office. Reproduced by kind permission of the London Record Society.
Extracts from the Records of the Burgh of Glasgow vol. 1
A reprint of the original 1876 volume by the Corporation of Glasgow. Contains extracts from the Council Records and the Accounts of the Treasurers of the City. No records survive for the years 1590-94, 1601-4, 1613-32 and 1630-6.
Dictionary of Traded Goods and Commodities, 1550-1820
A dictionary of nearly 4,000 terms found used in documents relating to trade and retail in early modern Britain. It represents part of a larger dataset produced by the Dictionary Project at the University of Wolverhampton, by whose kind permission it is reproduced here.
Hasted, History of Kent
The second edition of Edward Hasted's history, published between 1797 and 1801. 12 volumes.
A History of the County of Kent: Volume 2
A part-volume detailing the religious houses of the county. Includes accounts of the early history of Canterbury and Rochester cathedrals, and of several sites now within the conurbation of London.
A History of the County of London: Volume 1
London within the Bars, Westminster and Southwark
Part-volume, covering the history of the religious houses of the borough of Southwark and the cities of London and Westminster.
A History of the County of Norfolk: Volume 2
A part-volume detailing the history of the religious houses of the county, including the cathedral priory of the Holy Trinity at Norwich, and the pilgrimage site of Walsingham.
Alumni Oxonienses 1500-1714
This volume lists members of the University of Oxford from 1500 to 1714, along with brief biographical details such as ecclesiastical positions held and family relationships among the alumni.
Historical Account of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Including the Borough of Gateshead
The 'Descriptive and Historical Account of the Town and County of Newcastle-upon-Tyne' by the Newcastle author and publisher Eneas Mackenzie. It contains historical and contemporary accounts of the religious, civic, educational and cultural buildings and institutions of the city in the early nineteenth century.
A New History of London
Including Westminster and Southwark
Noorthouck's 'New History' falls into two parts. The first is a narrative history of London from the Roman period until the 1770s. The second gives accounts of the present state of the City (organised by ward), and of much of Westminster, Southwark and Lambeth. It also includes an Appendix of charters and statutes relating to the City, and lists of mayors, bishops and other officers.
'Woodcut' map of London c. 1550
Produced in c. 1633, depicting the City of London in the 1560s. It probably derives from the 'Copperplate' map of. c.1560 of which three sheets are extant.