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|Gerritsen Collection of Women's History, 1543-1945||"Possibly the greatest single source for the study of international women's history and the feminist movement." 4,500 book titles and periodical runs, about half are in English. Guide provides broad category and name access. Records also accessible through IRIS.|
|Registers of the Archbishops of Canterbury at Lambeth Palace. 13th-17th Century.||"The registers are 'out-letterbooks' containing copies of documents issued by or directly concernly the Archbishops in their capacities as ordinary, metropolitan, and until the Reformation, papal legates".|
|British and Continental Rhetoric and Elocution.||...original source materials tracing the development of rhetorical theory from the 16th to the 19th century. ...117 titles, mostly in English, but also in Latin, French and Italian, exploring every aspect of written, spoken and even musical expression.|
|Dutch Pamphlets ca. 1486-1648||A microfiche edition of the pamphlets in the Royal Library in The Hague, Netherlands.|
|Microfiche concordance to Old English||Accompanied by printed supplement: A microfiche concordance to Old English : the list of texts and index of editions|
|British Library Department of Manuscripts: Medieval literary and historical manuscripts in the Cotton Collection||Assembled in the early 17th century by Sir Robert Cotton. The microform reels comprise about 300 volumes of the 1000 volume Cotton collection held in the British Library. They include all primary source manuscripts for British history and English literature to the end of the 15th century (with the...|
|Prose fiction in Shakespeare's time-||Bibliotheca Shakespeariana. Unit 15|
|Hakluyt Society. Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society. 1st series.||Books, journals, letters and other documents relating to exploration, voyages and expeditions. 1st series. Includes Christopher Columbus' journal.|
|Three Centuries of English and American Plays 1500-1800||Contains over 5,000 plays, published in England from 1500-1800, and in the united States from 1830.|
|Ancient correspondence, 1175-1538: PRO class SC 1.||Correspondence of kings, bishops, Popes, knights, noblemen, royal servants, and Lord Chancellors covering the reigns of King John to King Henry VIII. Relates to topics such as diplomatic relations between Britain and France, political struggles between king and barons, ecclesiastical elections,...|
|American Culture Series, 1493-1875: titles in the field of history (Early American Books and Pamphlets in the Field of History)||Materials in the field of history, published before 1875. No unpublished manuscripts or serial publications are included. Provides a wealth of materials on colonization, exploration, frontier life, travel, customs, utopian and reform movements, historiography, the Revolution and the Civil War.|
|Landmarks of Science.||Microfacsimiles of texts considered landmarks of science from the beginning of printing to the early 20th century.|
|Sainsbury, William Noel. Original unpublished papers illustrative of the life of Sir Peter Paul Rubens: as an artist and a diplomatist: preserved in H. M. State Paper Office: with an appendix of documents respecting the Arundelian collection...||N/A|
|Great Britain. Public Record Office. Treaty Rolls||N/A|
|Great Britain. Public Record Office. Complete State Papers. Domestic, Series One: 1547-1625, Series Two: 1625-1702||N/A|
|Great Britain. House of Commons. Journals. Vol. 1-230. 1547-1900, 1901-1938/39, 1939/40-1974. [Journals of the House of Commons]||N/A|
|Old English Concordance: TEXTS and EDITIONS A microfiche concordance to Old English||N/A|
|Folklore, Superstition and Witchcraft in Shakespeare's Time||N/A|
|Coleccion de documentos ineditos relativos al descubrimiento, conquista y organizacion de las antiguas posesiones espanola de ultramar [Segunda serie]||Not available.|
|Early English Books: 1475-1640. (series One) (Pollard and Redgrave).||Printed materials published in the English language from 1475 to 1640. Also available full-text online via EEBO, Early English Books Online. - Now available as EEBO - Early English Books Online at http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/cms/indexes/descriptions/eebo|
|Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts from the Society of Antiquaries of London||Pt. 1. Literary manuscripts (reels 1-6) -- pt. 2. Manuscripts relating to history and art history (reels 7-11).|
|Great Britain. Public Record Office. Sixteenth and seventeenth century newsletters||pt. 1. Newsletters c. 1564-1667, and related papers c. 1607-1764, from the Public Record Office. reel 1-9. SP 78/98-107. reel 10-12, SP 101/10-12. reel 13-18, C 115/102-109.|
|Church authority and power in medieval and early modern Britain: the Episcopal Registers, 1215-1650.||pt. 1. Registers of the Archbishops of York, 1215-1650 -- pt. 2. Registers of the Bishops of Lincoln, 1209-1663 -- pt. 3. Registers of the Bishops of Coventry and Lichfield, 1295-1632; Carlisle, 1292-1656; Chester, 1502-1686; and Durham, 1311-1683 -- pt. 4. Registers of the Bishops of Salisbury,...|
|American Culture Series: titles in the field of sciences||reels 1-6, sect.1. Science, General -- reel 7, sect.2. Astronomy -- reels 8-11, sect. 3. Botany -- reels 12-16, sect.4. Chemistry -- reels 17-18, sect.5. Geography -- reels 19-24, sect.6. Geology -- reels 25-27, sect.7. Mathematics -- reels 28-38, sect.8. Medicine -- reels 39-41, sect.9. Physics...|
|Great Britain. Public Record Office. Rerum britannicarum medii aevi scriptores, or chronicles and memorials of Great Britain and Ireland during the Middle Ages.||Rolls series. M/forms cabinet drawer with inventory|
|Property and privilege in medieval and early modern England and Wales: cartularies and other registers.||Ser. 1. Cartularies from the British Library, London. pt. 1. Arundel-Cotton Nero, pt. 2.Cotton Otho-Cotton Roll, pt. 3. Egerton-Lansdowne, pt. 4.Royal-Add. Roll|
|Boyd-Bowman, Peter. Lexico Hispanoamericano del siglo XVI||Series: Spanish Series (Hispanic Seminary of Medieval Studies) no. 42|
|Coleccion de documentos ineditos, relativos al descubrimiento, conquista y organizacion de las antiguas posesiones espanolas de America y Oceanía: sacados de los archivos del reino, y muy especialmente del de Indias : competentemente autorizada||The collection was for the greater part published without any preconceived plan as to arranging the documents either systematically or chronologically. With v. 36 a chronological arrangement was begun, but was not consistently carried out. The extreme dates of the period covered by the documents in...|
|American Culture Series: titles in the field of economics||This set contains materials in the field of economics published before 1875. No unpublished manuscripts or serial publications are included.|
|Anglo-Saxon manuscripts in microfiche facsimile / Phillip Pulsiano, general editor; A.N. Doane, executive director; Ronald E. Buckalew, associate editor; editorial and advisory board, Carl T. Berkhout .. [et al.]||v. 1. [Books of prayers and healing] / descriptions by A.N. Doane. -- v. 2. Psalters I / descriptions by Phillip Pulsiano -- v. 3. Anglo-Saxon gospels -- v. 4. Glossed texts, Aldhelmiana, psalms -- v. 5. Latin manuscripts with anglo-Saxon glosses / descriptions by Peter J. Lucas, A.N. Doane, I.C....|
|Condition Ouvriere (The condition of the 19th century French working class)||Vol. 1 contains 19th century French books on the working classes. Vol. 2 includes books from the 16th to the 20th centuries.|