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Great Britain -- History -- Commonwealth and Protectorate, 1649-1660

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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Collection

Clarendon State Papers

Clarendon State Papers
Extents: 16.39 Linear metres (149 boxes)
Dates: 16th-19th century
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A collection of official military and political letters and documents, mainly relating to the Civil War, Interregnum and Restoration

A collection of official military and political letters and documents, mainly relating to the Civil War, Interregnum and Restoration.
Shelfmark: MS. Don. c. 184
Extents: 228 Leaves
Dates: 1603-99
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Commonplace book of Joseph Hobson of Clerkenwell, London

Commonplace book of Joseph Hobson of Clerkenwell, London, c 1655-c 1702
Shelfmark: MS. 9457
Extents: 287 pages
Dates: c 1655-c 1702
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'A deliberation about the Execution of Justice uppon HR' with miscellaneous papers from the Interregnum and Restoration periods

'A deliberation about the Execution of Justice uppon HR' with miscellaneous papers from the Interregnum and Restoration periods
Shelfmark: MS. Eng. c. 6075
Extents: 12 Leaves
Dates: 1649-1655
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'A Miscelany of Meditations, sentences, observations, characters, and Essayes' by Robert Robinson, London, 1659

'A Miscelany of Meditations, sentences, observations, characters, and Essayes' by Robert Robinson, London, 1659
Shelfmark: MS. Don. e. 252
Extents: 636 Leaves
Dates: 1659
Collection

State Papers relating to the Civil War and Interregnum, 1640-60, formed by John Nalson (1637?-86), Rector of Doddington and Canon of Ely

State Papers, mainly 1640-1660, removed by the Rev. John Nalson (1637?-1686) from the office of the Clerk of the Parliament, to be used in connection with his published work, An Impartial Collection of the Great Affairs of State(London, 1682-1683)
Extents: 3.45 Linear metres (23 Shelfmarks)
Dates: 1640-1660
Collection

Tanner Manuscripts

Tanner's collections contain much on the 17th-century Church, including correspondence of successive Archbishops of Canterbury, Gilbert Sheldon, 1663-77, and William Sancroft, 1677-90; and many papers relating to the Civil War and Interregnum, mainly correspondence of William Lenthall, Speaker of the House of Commons 1640-60. Sancroft's 'Adversaria', comprise mainly theological writings by Archbishop Sancroft.
Extents: 635 shelfmarks
Dates: 10th-18th century