Court Patronage and Corruption in Early Stuart England

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Henry E. Huntington Library

Bridgewater Manuscripts

EL Egerton, Ellesmere and Bridgewater Correspondence 1603-40.
EL 6870 “The Faultie Favorite,” by Ralph Crane
EL 6879 “Sermon preached at Ludlow by Mr T. L, September 24, 1637.”

Hastings Manuscripts

HM 45148 Examination of Sir William Coryton concerning refusal to subscribe to the forced loan.

Stowe Collection, Temple Manuscripts

STT Temple correspondence 1500-1653.
STT Literature
STT Military Box 1.
STT Miscellaneous legal papers, Box 2, January 1, 1625-6.
STT Miscellaneous Papers, Box 2, [1628].
STT Parliament, Box I.
STT Personal Boxes 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.

Stowe Collection, Greninlle Manuscripts

STG Correspondence 1603-40.
STG Military Box.

Library of Congress
Microfilm: Alnwick Mss 112/5.

National Library of Wales
Carreg-lwyd Mss 634 Robert Fletcher’s tract on purveyance.

National Maritime Museum
CAD/A/I 3 (2 volumes) Work book for the naval commission of 1608.

National Museum of Scotland
Gordon Cumming Mss Deposit 175, Box 65, no, 276.

National Register of Archives
NRA 7829 Buckinghamshire Record Office, Drake Family Manuscripts.
NRA 7371, Pakington Mss 211, 301.

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