Free Trade and Liberal England, 1846-1946

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A. Manuscript Sources
Ampthill Papers, Public Record Office
Anti-Corn Law League Letters, Manchester Central Library
Asquith Papers, Bodleian Library, Oxford
Avebury (Sir John Lubbock) Papers, British Library
G. W. Balfour Papers, Public Record Office
Balfour of Burleigh Papers, Scottish Record Office
Balfour of Whittingehame Papers, Scottish Record Office
Bank of England Archives
Barings' Archives, Bishopsgate, and Guildhall Library, London
Barton Papers, National Library of Australia
Board of Trade Papers, Public Record Office
E. A. Bowring Diaries, William Perkins Library, Duke University
Bright Papers, British Library and Princeton University
Bryce Papers, Bodleian Library, Oxford
Burgess Papers, New York Public Library
Cabinet Records, Public Record Office
Campbell-Bannerman Papers, British Library
Carnarvon Papers, Public Record Office
Cartwright Papers, Northamptonshire Record Office
Chamberlain Papers, Birmingham University Library
Childs Villiers Papers, National Library of Australia
Clarendon Papers, Bodleian Library, Oxford
Sir Edward Clarke Papers, private possession
Cobden Club Miscellanea, private possession
Cobden Papers, British Library, West Sussex Record Office, and William Perkins Library, Duke University
Cobden-Alexander Letters, Bodleian Library, Oxford
Cobden-Thomasson Letters, British Library of Political and Economic Science
Cowley Papers, Public Record Office
W. H. Dawson Papers, University of Birmingham Library
Deakin Papers, National Library of Australia
Derby Papers, Liverpool Record Office
Dilke Papers, British Library
Disraeli Papers, Hughenden Deposit, Bodleian Library, Oxford
Easthope Papers, William Perkins Library, Duke University
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