The Early Stuarts, 1603-1660

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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
TITLESABBREVIATIONS
Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660,
ed. C. H. Firth and R. S. Rait ( 1911)
Acts and Ordinances
Bacon, The Works of Francis, ed. James Spedding,
Robert Leslie Ellis, and Douglas Denon Heath
( 14 vols.; 1857-74)
Bacon, Works
Bibliotheca Lindesiana, ed. R. R. Steele (1910)Steele
Carlyle Thomas, Life and Letters of Oliver Crom-
well
, ed. S. C. Lomas ( 3 vols.; 1904)
Carlyle
Clarendon Edward Hyde Earl of, The History of
the Rebellion
( 6 vols.; 1888)
Clarendon
Gardiner S. R., History of England ( 10 vols.; 1884)Gardiner
Laud, The Works of William ( 7 vols.; 1847-60)Laud, Works
Milton, The Works of John ( Columbia University
Edition; 1931-40)
Milton, Works
Parliamentary History of England, The, ed. William Cobbett ( 36 vols.; 1806-20)Parliamentary History
Parliamentary or Constitutional History of England ( 24 vols.; 1761-3)Old Parliamentary History
Rushworth John, Historical Collections ( 8 vols.;
1659-1701)
Rushworth
State Trials, A Complete Collection of, ed. T. B. and
T. J. Howell ( 33 vol.; 1812-26)
State Trials
Thurloe, A Collection of the State Papers of John
( 7 vols.; 1742)
Thurloe

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