Court Patronage and Corruption in Early Stuart England

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Additional Manuscripts

4107 Sir Robert Ayton to the Duke of Buckingham
5832 Schedule of grants to Duke of Buckingham and Kindred
11402 Letter to the bailiffs and burgesses of the town of Buckingham.
12497 Sir John Fortescue’s means of gain, November 26, 1608.
27404 Accounts of Sir George Carew, knight, Receiver General to Queen Anne,
September 29, 1605 to September 29, 1606.
35832 Sir Edward Conway to Henry Gibb
37816 Nicholas correspondance.
38139 Queen Anne’s officers.
48101 Parliamentary papers, 1614
48150 Yelverton Mss 161, part 2 Robert Beale’s formulary book for clerk of Privy Council.

Cotton Manuscripts

Galba E I Sir Thomas Studder to Earl of Northampton
Otho E IX Sixteenth and seventeenth century naval documents
Titus B V projects
Titus B VII French ordinance concerning petitions
Vaspasian Cx Cornwallis correspondence

Egerton Manuscripts

860 Letterbook relating to the Lord Lieutenants of Kent, Buckinghamshire and Middlesex 1604-1628; Sir Henry Wotton to Sir William Becher; formulary book.

Harleian

87 Simond D’Ewes collections
5007 John Pym’s charges against the Duke of Buckingham 1626.

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