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Camden Society Series

A.K.A: Works of the Camden Society

  • by Wikipedia: Camden_Society, founded in 1838. "William Camden, the Elizabethan historian, the editor of some of the old chronicles, and the topographer of his native "Britannia", was chosen for its presiding genius."
  • Between 1838 and 1872 published 105 volumes in its first series (AKA Old Series)
  • Between 1871 and 1896 published 56 volumes in its second series (AKA the New Series)
  • Following the merger with the Royal Historical Society, another 6 volumes in the New Series, last volume 62 in 1901.
  • Between 1900 and 1963 Camden Third Series, 94 volumes
  • Between 1969 and 1993 in the Camden Fourth Series, 44 volumes
  • Camden Fifth Series, began publication in 1993, reached volume 43 by 2013, and continues
  • Space: Transactions_of_the_Royal_Historical_Society
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First/Old Series

  • Vol. 1-105, all prior to 1872
  • (1862 1st editon) A Descriptive Catalogue of the First Series of the Works of the Camden Society, Stating the nature of their principal contents, the periods of the time to which they relate, the dates of their composition, their manuscript sources, authors, and editors, accompanied by a classified arrangement and an index, and by some illustrative particulars that have arisen since their publication.
  • (1872 2nd edition) A Descriptive Catalogue of the First Series of the Works of the Camden Society, Stating the nature of their principal contents, the periods of the time to which they relate, the dates of their composition, their manuscript sources, authors, and editors, accompanied by a classified arrangement and an index, and by some illustrative particulars that have arisen since their publication.
  • Vol. 1 (1838) Historie of the arrivall of Edward IV in England and the Finall Recouerye of His Kingdomes From Henry VI A.D. 1471
  • Vol. 2 (1838) Kynge Johan. A Play in Two Parts
  • Vol. 3 (1838) Alliterative Poem on the Deposition of King Richard II
  • Vol. 4 (1839) Plumpton Correspondence, A Series of Letters, Chiefly Domestick, Written in the Reigns of Edward IV, Richard III, Henry VII, and Henry VIII.
  • Vol. 5 (1839) Anecdotes and Traditions, Illustrative of Early English History and Literature
  • Vol. 6 (1839) The Political Songs of England, From the Reign of John to That of Edward II.
  • Vol. 7 (1840) Annals of the First Four Years of the Reign of Queen Elizabeth
  • Vol. 8 (1840) Ecclesiastical Documents:
  • Vol. 9 (1840) Speculi Britanniae Pars, An Historical and Geographical Description of the County of Essex, by John Norden, 1594.
  • Vol. 10 (1839) Warkworth's Chronicle: A Chronicle of the First Thirteen Years of the Reign of King Edward the Fourth
  • Vol. 11 (1840) Kemp's Nine Daies Wonder, performed in a Dunce from London to Norwich
  • Vol. 12 (1840) The Egerton Papers, A Collection of Public and Private Documents, chiefly illustrative of the times of Elizabeth and James I.
  • Vol. 13 (1840) Chronica Jocelini de Brakelonda, de rebus gestis Samsonis Abbatis Monasterii Sancti Edmundi, Nunc primum typis mandata, curante Johanne Gage Rokewode. (The chronicle of Jocelin of Brakelond, the abbot of the monastery of St Edmund This is the first of the printed matters of the commandments of the acts of Samson, ed John Gage Rokewode.)
  • Vol. 14 (1841) Narratives Illustrative of the Contents in Ireland in 1641 and 1690
  • Vol. 15 (1840) The Chronicle of William de Rishanger, of the Barons' Wars. The Miracles of Simon de Montfort.
  • Vol. 16 (1841) The Latin Poems Commonly Attributed to Walter Mapes
  • Vol. 17 (1841) The Second Book of the Travels of Nicander Nucius, of Corcyra
  • Vol. 18 (1842) Three Early English Metrical Romances. With an Introduction and Glossary.
  • Vol. 19 (1842) The Private Diary of Dr. John Dee, and the Catalogue of his Library of Manuscripts
  • Vol. 20 (1842) An Apology of Lollard Doctrines, Attributed to Wicliffe.
  • Vol. 21 (1842) Rutland Papers. Original Documents Illustrative of the Courts and Times of Henry VII and Henry VIII selected from the private archives of his Grace the Duke of Rutland
  • Vol. 22 (1843) The Diary of Dr. Thomas Cartwright, Bishop of Chester; commencing at the time of his elevation to that see, August 1686; and terminating with the Visitation of St. Mary Magdalene College, Oxford, October 1687.
  • Vol. 23 (1843) Original Letters of Eminent Literary Men of the Sixteeth, Seventeenth, and Eighteenth Centuries.
  • Vol. 24 (1843) A Contemporary Narrative of the Proceedings Against Dame Alice Kyteler, prosecuted for Sorcery in 1324, by Richard de Ledrede, Bishop of Ossory.
  • Vol. 25 (1843) Proptorium Parvulorum sive Clericorum, Lexicon Anglo-Latinum Princeps, auctore fratre Galfrido Grammatico dicto, e Predicatoribus Lenne Episcopi, Northfolciensi, A.D. circa M.CCCC.XL. Olim e prelo Pynsoniano typis mandatum; nunc primum, commentariolis subjectis, ad fidem codicum recensuit Albertus Way. Vol. 1. Pp.xi. 318 [A-L]. Latin-English Dictionary: (incomplete)
  • Vol. 26 (1843) Three Chapter of Letter Relating to the Suppression of Monasteries
  • Vol. 27 (1844) Correspondence of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leycester, During His Government of the Low Countries, in the Years 1585 and 1586.
  • Vol. 28 (1844) The French Chronicle of London
  • Vol. 29 (1844) Three Books of Polydore Vergil's English History, comprising the Reigns of Henry VI, Edward IV, and Richard III.
  • Vol. 30 (1844) The Thornton Romances. The Early English Metrical Romances of Perceval, Isumbras, Eglamour, and Degravant.
  • Vol. 31 (1845) Verney Papers. Notes of Proceedings in the Long Parliament, temp. Charles I.
  • Vol. 32 (1845) The Autobiography of Sir John Bramston, K.B., of Skreens, in the Hundred of Chelmsford.
  • Vol. 33 (1845) Letters From James Earl of Perth, Lord Chancellor of Scotland, &c., to his Sister the Countess of Erroll, and other members of his family.
  • Vol. 34 (1846) De Antiquis Legibus Liber. Cronica Maiorum et Vicecomitum Londoniarum, et quedam que contingebant temporibus illis ab anno 1628 ad annum 1624; cum Appendice. Nunc primum typis mandata curante Thoma Stapleton.
  • Vol. 35 (1846) The Chronicle of Calais, in the Reigns of Henry VII and Henry VIII to the Year 1540
  • Vol. 36 (1846) Polydore Vergil's English History, from an early Translation preserved among the MSS. of the old Royal Library in the British Museum containing the first eight books, comprising the Period prior to the Norman Conquest.
  • Vol. 37 (1847) A Relation, or rather a True Account, of the Isle of England; with sundry particulars of the customs of these People, and of the royal revenues under King Henry the Seventh, about the year 1500.
  • Vol. 38 (1847) Documents relative to the Foundation and Antiquities of the Collegiate Church of Middleham in the County of York; with an Historical Introduction, and incidental notives of the Castle, Town, and Neighbourhood.
  • Vol. 39 (1847) The Camden Miscellany. Vol. 1
  • I. The Register and Chronicle of the Abbey of Aberconway: from the Harleian MS. 3725
  • II. Chronicle of the Rebellion in Lincolnshire, 1470
  • III. Bull of Pope Innocent VIII on the Marriage of Henry VII with Elizabeth York.
  • IV. Journal of the Siege of Rouen, 1591.
  • V. Letter from George Fleetwood to his Father, giving an account of the Battle of Lutzen, and the Death of Gustavus Adolphus.
  • VI. Diary of Dr. Edward Lake, Archdeacon and Prebendary of Exeter, Chaplain and Tutor to the Princesses Mary and Anne, daughters of the Duke of York, afterwards James the Second, in the years 1677-1678.
  • Vol. 40 (1847) A Commentary of the Services and Charges of William Lord Grey of Wilton, K.G., by his son Arthur Lord Grey of Wilton, K.G. With a memoir of the Author, and illustratice Documents.
  • Vol. 41 (1848) Diary of Walter Yonge, Esq., Justice of the Peace, and M.P. for Honiton, written at Colyton and Axminster, co. Devon, from 1604 to 1628
  • Vol. 42 (1848) The Diary of Henry Machyn, Citizen and Merchant-Taylor of London, from A.D. 1550 to A.D. 1563.
  • Vol. 43 (1849) The Visitation of the County of Huntingdon, under the authority of William Camden, Clarenceux King of Arms, by his deputy Nicholas Charles, Lancaster Herald, A.D. 1613.
  • Vol. 44 (1849) The Obituary of Richard Smyth, Secondary of the Poultry Compter, London: being a Catalogue of all such persons as he knew in their life: extending from A.D. 1627 to A.D. 1674.
  • Vol. 45 (1849) Certaine Considerations upon the Government of England. By Sir Roger Twysden, Kt. and Bart.
  • Vol. 46 (1849) Letters of Queen Elizabeth and King James VI of Scotland.
  • Vol. 47 (1849) Chronicon Petroburgense. Nunc primum typis mandatum, curante Thoma Stapleton. starting in the year 1122.
  • Vol. 48 (1850) The Chronicle of Queen Jane, and of two years of Queen Mary, and especially of the Rebellion of Sir Thomas Wyat: Written by a resident in the Tower of London.
  • Vol. 49 (1850) Wills and Inventories, from the Registers of the Commissary of Bury St. Edmund's and the Archdeacon of Sudbury. years 1370 to 1650.
  • Vol. 50 (1850) Gualteri Mapes de Nugis Curialium Distinctiones quinque.
  • Vol. 51 (1850) The Pylgrymage of Sir Richard Guylforde to the Holy Land, A.D. 1506, from a copy believed to be unique, from the press of Richard Pynson.
  • Vol. 52 (1851) Moneys received and paid for Secret Services of Charles II and James II from 30th March, 1679 to 25th December, 1688.
  • Vol. 53 (1852) Chronicle of the Grey Friars of London.
  • Vol. 54 (1853) Proptorium Parvulorum sive Clericorum, Lexicon Anglo-Latinum Princeps, auctore fratre Galfrido Grammatico dicto, e Predicatoribus Lenne Episcopi, Northfolciensi, A.D. circa M.CCCC.XL. Olim e prelo Pynsoniano typis mandatum; nunc primum, commentariolis subjectis, ad fidem codicum recensuit Albertus Way. Vol. 2. Pp. 319-439 [M-R inclusive.]
  • Vol. 55 (1853) The Camden Miscellany. Vol. 2
  • I. Account of the Expenses of John of Brabant, and Henry and Thomas of Lancaster, A.D. 1292-3
  • II. Houshold Expenses of the Princess Elizabeth during her residence at Hatfield, October 1, 1551, to September 30, 1552.
  • III. The Request and Suite of a True-hearted Englishmand, written by William Cholmley, Londyner, in the yera 1553.
  • IV. The Discovery of the Jesuits' College at Clerkenwell in March 1627-8: and a Letter found in their House, (as asserted,) directed to the Father Rector at Bruxelles.
  • V. Trelawny Papers
  • VI. Autobiography and Anecdotes, by William Taswell, D.D., sometime Rector of Newington, Surry, Rector of Bermondsey, and previously Student of Christ Church, Oxfor. A.D. 1651-1682.
  • Vol. 56 (1853) Letters and Papers of the Verney Family down to the end of the year 1639.
  • Vol. 57 (1853) The Ancren Riwle; a Treatise on the Rules and Duties of Monastic Life.
  • Vol. 58 (1854) Letters of the The Lady Brilliana Harley, wife of Sir Robert Harley of Brampton Bryan, Knight of the Bath.
  • Vol. 59 (1855) A Roll of the Household Expenses of Richard de Swinfield, Bishop of Hereford, during part of the years 1289 and 1290.
  • Vol. 60 (1854) Grants, etc. from the Crown during the reign of Edward the Fifth, from the original Docket-Book, MS. Harl. 433. And two Speeches for opening Parliament, by John Russell, Bishop of Loncoln, Lord Chancellor.
  • Vol. 61 (1855) The Camden Miscellany. Vol. 3.
  • I. Papers relating to Proceedings in the County of Kent, A.D. 1642 - A.D. 1646/
  • II. Ancient biographical Poems, on the Duke of Norfoll, Viscount Hereford, the Earl of Essex, and Queen Elizabeth. From Gough's Norfolk MSS. in the Doleian Library.
  • III. A relation of some Abuses which are committed against the Common-Wealth; together with a freindlie Reprehension of the Same. Composed especiallie for the benefit of this countie of Durhame, December the xxvjth 1629 by a poore Freind and Welwisher to the Common-Wealth.
  • IV. Inventories of the Wardrobes, Plate, Chapel Stuff, &c. of Henry FitzRoy, Duke of Richmond; and of the Wardrobe Stuff at Baynard's Castle, of Katharine Princess Dowager. Edited, with a Memoir and Letters of the Duke of Richmond.
  • Vol. 62 (1855) A Roll of the Household Expenses of Richard de Swinfield, Bishop of Hereford, during part of the years 1289 and 1290.
  • Vol. 63 (1856) 'Charles I in 1646. Letters of King Charles the First to Queen Henrietta Maria.
  • Vol. 64 (1856) An English Chronicle of the reigns of Richard II, Henry IV, Henry V, and Henry VI, written before the year 1471; with and Appendix containing the 18th and 19th years of Richard II, and the Parliament at Bury St. Edmund's 25th Henry VI; and Supplementary Additions from the Cotton. MS. Chronicle called "Eulogium".
  • Vol. 65 (1857) The Knights Hospitallers in England: being the Report of Prior Philip de Thame to the Grand Master Elyan de Villanova for A.D. 1338.
  • Vol. 66 (1856) Diary of John Rous, Incumbent of Santon Downham, Suffolk, from 1625 to 1642.
  • Vol. 67 (1857) Trevelyan Papers, Part I, prior to A.D. 1558.
  • Vol. 68 (1857) Journal of hte Very Rev. Rowland Davies, LL.D., Dean of Ross, (and afterwards Dean of Cork,) from March 8, 1688-9 to September 29, 1690.
  • Vol. 69 (1858) The Domesday of St. Paul's of the year M.CC.XXII; or Registrum de Visitatione Maneriorum per Robertum Decanum; and other original Documents relating to the Manors and Churches belonging to the Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's London in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries.
  • Vol. 70 (1858) Liber Famelicus of Sir James Whitelocke, a Judge of the Court of King's Bench in the Reign of James I and Charles I.
  • Vol. 71 (1858) Savile Correspondience. Letters to and from Henry Savile, Esq., Envoy at Paris and Vice-Chamberlain to Charles II and James II, including Letters from his brother George Marquess of Halifax.
  • Vol. 72 (1858) The Romance of Blonde of Oxford and Jehan of Dammartin, by Philippe de Reimes, a Trouvere of the Thirteenth Century.
  • Vol. 73 (1859) The Camden Miscellany, Vol. 4
  • I. A London Chronicle during the Reigns of Henry the Seventh and Henry the Eighth.
  • II. The Expenses of the Judges of Assize riding the Western and Oxford Circuits, temp. Elizabeth, 1596-1601.
  • III. The Skryveners' Play, The Incredulity of St. Thomas
  • IV. The Childe of Bristowe, a Poem by John Lydgate.
  • V. Sir Edward Lake's Account of his Interviews with Charles I on being created a Baronet, and receiving an Augmentation to his Arms.
  • VI. The Letters of Pope to Atterbury, when in the Tower of London.
  • VII. Supplementary Note to the Discovery of the Jesuits' College at Clerkenwell in March 1627-8: printed in the Second Volume of the Camden Miscellany.
  • Vol. 74 (1859) Diary of the Marches of the Royal Army during the great Civil War; kept by Richards Symonds.
  • Vol. 75 (1859) Original Papers illustrative of the Life and Writings of 'John Milton, including sixteen Letters of State... Appendix of Documents relating to his connection with the Powell family.
  • Vol. 76 (1860) Letters of George Lord Carew to Sir Thomas Roe, Ambassador to the Court of the Greate Mogul, 1615-1617.
  • Vol. 77 (1859) Narratives of the Days of the Reformation, chiefly from the Manuscripts of John Foxe the Martyrologist, with two Contemporary Biographies of Archbishop Cranmer.
  • Vol. 78 (1861) Correspondence of King James VI of Scotland with Sir Robert Cecil and others in England, during the reign of Queen Elizabeth; with an Appendix containing Papers illustrative of Transactions between King James and Robert Earl of Essex.
  • Vol. 79 (1861) Letters written by John Chamberlain during the Reign of Queen Elizabeth.
  • Vol. 80 (1861) Proceedings principally in the County of Kent, in connection with the Parliaments called in 1640, and especially with the Committee of Religion appointed in that year.
  • Vol. 81 (1861) Parliamentary Debates in 1610.
  • Vol. 82 (1862) Lists of Foreign Protestants, and Aliens, resident in England 1618-1688
  • Vol. 83 (1863) Wills from Doctors' Commons. A Selection of the Wills of Eminent Persons proved in the PRerogatice Court of Canterbury, 1495-1695.
  • Vol. 84 (1863) Trevelyan Papers. Part II. A.D. 1446-1643.
  • Vol. 85 (1863) The Life of Marmaduke Rawdon of York, or Marmaduke Rawdon the second of that name.
  • Vol. 86 (1863) Letters of Queen Margaret of Anjou and Bishop Beckington and others, written in the Reigns of Henry V. and Henry VI.
  • Vol. 87 (1864) The Camden Miscellany. Vol. 5.
  • I. Five Letters of King Charles II, (written during exile in Flanders)
  • II. Letter of the Council to Sir Thoms Lake, relating to the Proceedings of Sir Edward Coke at Oatlands
  • III. Documents relating to Sir Walter Raleigh's last voyage.
  • IV. A Catalogue of Early English Miscellanies formerly in the Harleian Library.
  • V. Letters selected fro the collection of Autographs in the possession of William Tite, Esq., M.P., V.P.S.A.
  • VI. Sir Francis Drak's Memorable Service done against the Spaniards in 1587. Written by Robert Leng, Gentleman, one of his co-adventurers and fellow-soldiers.
  • VII. Inquirey into the Genuineness of a Letter dated Februrary 3rd, 1613, and signed Mary Magdaline Davers.
  • Vol. 88 (1864) Letter from Sir Robert Cecil to George Carew.
  • Vol. 89 (1865) Promptorium Parvulorum sive Clericorum, Dictionarius Anglo-Latinus Princeps, auctore fratre Galfrido Grammatico dicto, ex ordine Fratrum Predicatorum, Northfolciensi, circa A.D.M.CCCC.XL. Olim ex officina Pynsoniana editum, nunc ab integro, commentariolis subjectis, ad fidem codicum recensuit Albertus Way, A.M. Londini: sumptebus Societatis Camdenensis
  • Vol. 90 (1865) Letters and other documents illustrating the Relations between England and Germany at the commencement of the Thirty Years' War. From the outbreak of the Revolution in Bohemia to the Election of the Emperor Ferdinand II.
  • Vol. 91 (1865) Registrum sive Liber Irrotularius et Consuetudinarius Prioratus Beatae Mariae Wigorniensis
  • Vol. 92 (1867) Pope Alexander the Seventh and the College of Cardinals. By John Bargrave, D.D., Canon of Canterbury [1662-1680]. With a Catalogue of Dr. Bargarve's Museum.
  • Vol. 93 (1867) Accounts and Papers relating to Mary Queen of Scots.
  • Vol. 94 (1867) History from Marble. Compiled in the reign of Charles II. by Thomas Dingley, Gen. Vol. 1
  • Vol. 95 (1867)
  • Vol. 96 (1867)
  • Vol. 97 (1868) History from Marble. Compiled in the reign of Charles II. by Thomas Dingley, Gen. Vol. 2
  • Vol. 98 (1868)
  • Vol. 99 (1868) Diary of John Manningham, of the Middle Temple and of Bradbourne, Kent, Barrister-at-law, 1602-1603.
  • Vol. 100 (1869) Notes of the Treaty carried on at Ripon between King Charles I and the Covenanters of Scotland, A.D. 1640 taken by Sir John borough, Garter King of Arms.
  • Vol. 101 (1869) El hecho de los Tratados del Martrimonio pretendido por el Principe de Gales con la serenissima Infante de Espana Maria, tomado desde sus principios para maior demostracion de la verdad, y ajustado con los papeles originales desde consta por el maestro F. Francisco de Jesus, predicador del Rey nuestro senor. narrative of the Spanish Marriage Treaty
  • Vol. 102 (1869) Churchwardens' Accounts of the Town of Ludlow, in Shropshire, from 1540 to the end of the reign of Queen Elizabeth.
  • Vol. 103 (1870) Notes of the Debates in the House of Lords, officially taken by Henry Elsing, Clerk of the Parliaments, A.D. 1621
  • Vol. 104 (1870) The Camden Miscellany. Vol. 6.
  • I. Life of Mr. William whittingham, Dean of Durham
  • II. The Earl of Bristol's Defence of his Negociations in Spain
  • III. Journal of Sir Francis Walsingham from Dec. 1570 to April 1583.
  • Vol. 105 (1871) Trevelyan Papers. Part 3.

Second/New Series (1871–1901)

  • Vol. 1 (1871) The Forescue Papers, consisting chiefly of Letters Relating to State Affairs
  • Vol. 2 (1871) Letters and Papers of John Shillingford, Mayor of Exeter 1447-50.
  • Vol. 3 (1872) The Old Cheque-Book or Book of Remembrance, of The Chapel Royal from 1561 to 1744
  • Vol. 4 (1872) A True Relation of the Life and Death of The Right Reverend Father in God, William Bedell, Lord Bishop of Kilmore in Ireland.
  • Vol. 5 (1872) The Maire of Bristowe Is Kalendar
  • Vol. 6 (1873) Debates in The House of Commons in 1625.
  • Vol. 7 (1873) Military Memoir of 'Colonel John Birch sometime Governor of Hereford in the Civil War Between Charles I and the Parliament; written by Roe, His Secreteray; with an historical and critical commentary, notes, and appendix.
  • Vol. 8 (1874) Letters Addressed From London to Sir Joseph Williamson while Plenipotentiary at the Congress of Cologne in the Years 1673 and 1674. Vol. 1
  • Vol. 9 (1874) Letters Addressed From London to Sir Joseph Williamson while Plenipotentiary at the Congress of Cologne in the Years 1673 and 1674. Vol. 2
  • Vol. 10 (1874) Account of the Executors of Richard Bishop of London 1303, and of the Executors of Thomas Bishop of Exeter 1310
  • Vol. 11 (1875) A chronicle of England during the reigns of the Tudors, from A.D. 1485 to 1559, by Charles Wriothesley, Windsor Herald, Vol. I
  • Vol. 12 (1875) The Quarrel Between the Earl of Manchester and Oliver Cromwell; An Episode of the English Civil War.
  • Vol. 13 (1875) The Autobiography of Ann Lady Halkett
  • Vol. 14 (1875) Miscellany, Vol. VII
  • I. Two Sermons Preached by the Boy-Bishop a St. Paul’s, temp. Henry VIII, and at Glocester, temp. Mary
  • II. Speech of Sir Robert Heath, Attorney-General, in the Case of Alexander Leighton, in the Star Chamber, June 4, 1630
  • III. Notes of the Judgment Delivered by Sir George Croke in the Case of Ship-Money
  • IV. Letters Relating to the Mission of Sir Thomas Roe to Gustavus Adolphus, 1629-30
  • V. Receipts and Expenses in the Building of Bodmin church, A.D. 1469 to 1472
  • Vol. 15 (1875) Letters of Humphrey Prideaux, Sometime Dean of Norwich, to John Ellis, Dometime Under-Secretary of State, 1674-1722
  • Vol. 16 (1876) A Common-Place Book of John Milton, and a Latin Essay and Latin Presumed to be by Milton
  • Vol. 17 (1876) The Historical Collections of a Citizen of London in the Fifteenth Century.
  • Vol. 18 (1877) Documents relating to the proceedings against William Prynne in 1634 and 1637
  • Vol. 19 (1877) Christ Church letters. A volume of medieval letters relating to the affairs of the priory of Christ Church, Canterbury
  • Vol. 20 (1877) A chronicle of England during the reigns of the Tudors, from A.D. 1485 to 1559, by Charles Wriothesley, Windsor Herald
  • Vol. 21 A treatise on the pretended divorce between Henry VIII and Catharine of Aragon, by Nicholas Harpsfield, LL.D., archdeacon of Canterbury, printed from a collation of manuscripts by Nicholas Pocock, Camden Society (1878)
  • Vol. 22 (1878) Correspondence of the Family of Hatton, Being Chiefly Letters Addressed to Christopher, First Viscount Hatton, A.D. 1601-1704
  • Vol. 23 (1878) Correspondence of the Family of Hatton, Being Chiefly Letters Addressed to Christopher, First Viscount Hatton, A.D. 1601-1704
  • Vol. 24 (1880) Notes of the Debates in the House of Lords, Officially Taken by Henry Elsing, Clerk of the Parliaments, A.D. 1624 and 1626
  • Vol. 25 (1879) The Economy of the Fleete, or An Apologeticall Answeare of Alexander Harriss (Late Warden There) Unto XIX Articles set forth Against Him by the Prisoners
  • Vol. 26 (1880) Documents Illustrating the History of St. Paul’s Cathedral
  • Vol. 27 (1880) The Hamilton Papers; Being Selections From Original Letters in the Possession of His Grace the Duke of Hamilton and Brandon, Relating to the Years 1638-1650
  • Vol. 28 (1880) Three Fifteenth-Century Chronicles, With Historical Memoranda by John Stowe, The Antiquary, and Contemporary Notes of Occurrences Written by Him in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth
  • Vol. 29 (1881) The Register of the Visitors of the University of Oxford, From AD 1647 to AD 1658. Edited With Some Account of the State of the University During the Commonwealth, by Montagu Burrows
  • Vol. 30 (1882) Catholicon Anglicum: an English-Latin Wordbook dated 1483
  • Vol. 31 (1883) Miscellany, Vol. VIII
  • I. Four Letters of Lord Wentworth, Afterwards Earl of Strafford, With a Poem on His Illness
  • II. Memoir by Madame de Motteville on the Life of Henrietta Maria
  • III. Papers Relating to the Delinquency of Lord Savill, 1642-6, A Secret Negotiation with Charles the First, 1643-4, A Letter From the Earl of Manchester to the House of Lords, Giving an Opinion on the Conduct of Oliver Cromwell, Letters Addressed to the Earl of Lauderdale, Original Letters of the Duke of Monmouth, Correspondence of the Family of Haddock, 1657-1719
  • VI. Thompson Letters of Richard Thompson to Henry Thompson of Escrick, Co. York,
  • Vol. 32 (1883) The Voyage to Cadiz in 1625; Being a Journal Written by John Glanville, Secretary to the Lord Admiral of the Fleet, Sir E. Cecil, Afterwards Sir John Glanville, Speaker of the Parliament
  • Vol. 33 (1884) Letter-Book of Gabriel Harvey, AD 1573-1580
  • Vol. 34 (1884) The Lauderdale Papers, Vol. I, 1639-1667
  • Vol. 35 (1884) The Political Memoranda of Francis, Fifth Duke of Leeds. Edited, together with other Papers, and with notes, introduction and appendix
  • Vol. 36 (1885) The Lauderdale Papers, Vol. II, 1667-1673
  • Vol. 37 (1884) Troubles Connected with the Prayer Book of 1549
  • Vol. 38 (1885) The Lauderdale Papers, Vol. III, 1673-1679
  • Vol. 39 (1886) Reports of Cases in the Courts of Star Chamber and High Commission
  • Vol. 40 (1886) The Nicholas Papers. Correspondence of Sir Edward Nicholas, Secretary of State, Vol. I, 1641-1652
  • Vol. 41 (1887) Custumals of Battle Abbey in the Reigns of Edward I and Edward II, 1282-1312
  • Vol. 42 (1888) The Travels Through England of Dr. Richard Pococke, Successively Bishop of Meath and of Ossory, During 1750, 1751 and later years, Vol. I
  • Vol. 43 (1888) Visitations of the Diocese of Norwich, AD 1492-1532
  • Vol. 44 (1889) The Travels Through England of Dr. Richard Pococke, Successively Bishop of Meath and of Ossory, During 1750, 1751 and later years, Vol. II
  • Vol. 45 (1889) Documents Illustrating the Impeachment of the Duke of Buckingham in 1626
  • Vol. 46 (1889) Memoirs Relating to the Lord Torrington
  • Vol. 47 (1890) Essex Papers, Vol. 1, 1672-1679
  • Vol. 48 (1891) Visitations and Memorials of Southwell, Minster
  • Vol. 49 (1891) The Clarke Papers. Selections from the Papers of William Clarke, Secretary to the Council of the Army, 1647-1649, and to General Monck and the commanders of the army in Scotland, 1651-1660, Volume I
  • Vol. 50 (1892) The Nicholas Papers, Vol. II, January 1653 – June 1655
  • Vol. 51 (1892) Accounts of the Obedientars of Abingdon Abbey
  • Vol. 52 (1894) Expeditions to Prussia and the Holy land, Made by Henry, Earl of Derby (afterwards King Henry IV), in the years 1390-1391 and 1392-1393; being the accounts kept by his treasurer during two years
  • Vol. 53 (1895) Miscellany, Vol. IX
  • I. Visitations of churches belonging to St. Paul’s Cathedral 1249-52
  • II. ‘The spousells’ of the Princess Mary, daughter of Henry VII, to Charles, Prince of Castille, A.D. 1508
  • III. A Collection of Original Letters from the Bishops to the Privy Council, 1564, with returns of the justices of the peace and others within their respective dioceses, classified according to their religious convictions
  • VI. Papers Relating to Thomas Wentworth, First Earl of Strafford
  • V. Hamilton Papers: Addenda
  • VI. Memoirs of Nathaniel, Lord Crewe
  • VII. The journal of Major Richard Ferrier, M.P., while travelling in France in the year 1687, with a brief memoir of his life
  • Vol. 54 (1894) The Clarke Papers. Selections from the Papers of William Clarke, Secretary to the Council of the Army, 1647-1649, and to General Monck and the commanders of the army in Scotland, 1651-1660
  • Vol. 55 (1895) Visitations of Churches Belonging to St. Paul’s Cathedral in 1297 and in 1458
  • Vol. 56 (1896) The Archpriest Controversy. Documents Relating to the Dissensions of the Roman Catholic Clergy, 1597-1602, Vol. I
  • Vol. 57 (1897) The Nicholas Papers, Vol. III, July 1655 – December 1656
  • Vol. 58 (1898) The Archpriest Controversy. Edited for the Royal Historical Society, following the amalgamation with the Camden Society on 2 May 1897, by Thomas Graves Law, Vol. II, Longmans
  • Vol. 59 (1898) A Narrative of the Changes in the Ministry, 1765-1767, Told by the Duke of Newcastle in a series of letters to John White, M.P.
  • Vol. 60 (1900) The Narrative of General Venables, with an appendix of Papers, relating to the expedition to the West Indies and the conquest of Jamaica, 1654-1655
  • Vol. 61 (1899) The Clarke Papers. Selections from the Papers of William Clarke, Secretary to the Council of the Army, 1647-1649, and to General Monck and the commanders of the army in Scotland, 1651-1660, Vol. III
  • Vol. 62 (1901) The Clarke Papers. Selections from the Papers of William Clarke, Secretary to the Council of the Army, 1647-1649, and to General Monck and the commanders of the army in Scotland, 1651-1660, Vol. IV

Third Series (1900–1963)

  • Vol 1: (1900) The Cely Papers. Selections from the correspondence and memoranda of the Cely family, merchants of the staple, AD 1475-1488
  • Vol 2: (1900) The Despatches and Correspondence of John, Second Earl of Buckinghamshire, Ambassador to the Court of Catherine II. of Russia 1762-1765, Vol. 1
  • Vol 3: (1902) The Despatches and Correspondence of John, Second Earl of Buckinghamshire, Ambassador to the Court of Catherine II. of Russia 1762-1765, Vol. 2
  • Vol 4: (1902) Miscellany, Vol. X
  • The Journal of Sir Roger Wilbraham, Solicitor-General in Ireland and Master of Requests for the Year 1593-1616, together with notes in another hand for the Yyear 1642-1649
  • The Travels and Life of Sir Thomas Hoby, Kt., of Bisham Abbey, written by himself, 1547-64
  • Prince Rupert at Lisbon (1649)
  • https://archive.org/details/publications04royauoft
  • Vol 5: (1903) The Despatches of William Perwich English Agent in Paris 1669-1677
  • Vol 6: (1904) Collectanea Anglo-Premonstratensia, Vol.1
  • Vol 7: (1904) Select Despatches from the British Foreign Office Archives Relating to the Formation of the Third Coalition Against France, 1804-1805
  • Vol. 8: (1905) The Presbyterian Movement in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth as Illustrated by the Minute Book of the Dedham Classis, 1582-1589
  • Vol 9: (1906) State trials of the reign of Edward the First, 1289-1293
  • Vol 10: (1906) Collectanea Anglo-Premonstratensia, Vol. 2
  • Vol 11: (1906) The Acts and Accordances of the Eastland Company
  • Vol 12: (1906) Collectanea Anglo-Premonstratensia Vol.3
  • Vol 13: (1907) Camden Miscellany Vol. 11
  • https://archive.org/details/publications13royauoft
  • I. Some Unpublished Letters of Gilbert Burnett, The Historian
  • II. Foxcroft Extracts from the Papers of Thomas Woodcock, ob. 1695
  • III. The Memoirs of Sir George Courthop, 1616-85
  • IV. The Commonwealth Charter of the City of Salisbury, 12 September 1656
  • Vol 14: (1908) The Relation of Sydnam Poyntz 1624-1636
  • Vol 16: (1909) Despatches from Paris, 1784-1790, Vol. 1 1784-1787
  • Vol 17: (1909) The Bardon Papers, Documents Relating to the Imprisonment & Trial of Mary Queen of Scots
  • Vol 18: (1910) Camden Miscellany Vol. 12
  • https://archive.org/details/camdenmiscvol1218royauoft
  • I. Two London Chronicles From the Collections of John Stow (1523-1564)
  • II. Life of Sir John Digby, 1605-45
  • III. Iter Bellicosum: Adam Wheeler His Account of 1685
  • IV. Common rights at Cottenham and Stretham in Cambridgeshire (16th and 17th centuries)
  • Vol 19: (1910) Despatches From Paris, 1784-1790, Vol. II, 1788-1790
  • Vol 20: (1911) John of Gaunt’s Register (part I, 1371-1375) Vol. I
  • Vol 21: (1911) John of Gaunt’s Register (part I, 1371-1375) Vol. II
  • Vol 22: (1912) The Official Diary of Lieutenant-General Adam Williamson Deputy-Lieutenant of the Tower of London, 1722-1747
  • Vol 23: (1912) English Merchants and the Spanish Inquisition in the Canaries
  • Vol 24: (1913) Selections From the Correspondence of Arthur Capel Earl of Essex 1675-1677
  • Vol 25: (1914) The Chronicle of Novogorod
  • Vol 27: (1916) The Estate Book of Henry de Bray of Harleston, co. Northants, c.1289-1340
  • Vol 28: (1917) Autobiography of Thomas Raymond and Memoirs of the Family of Guise of Elmore Gloucestershire
  • Vol 29: (1919) The Stonor Letters and Papers, Vol. 1, 1290-1483
  • Vol 30: (1919) The Stonor Letters and Papers, Vol. 2
  • Vol 31: (1920) The Nicholas Papers Vol. 4, 1657-1660
  • Vol 32: (1922) British Diplomatic Instructions 1689-1789, Vol. 1-Sweden, 1689-1727
  • Vol 33: (1922) Parliamentary Papers of John Robinson, 1774-1784
  • Vol 34 Miscellany, Vol. XIII (1924)
  • Gesta Dunelmensia, A.D. MCCC
  • Supplementary Stonor letters and Papers, 1314-1482
  • Devereux Papers with Richard Broughton’s memoranda, 1575-1601
  • The voyages of Captain William Jackson, 1642-5
  • The English conquest of Jamaica, from May 20, 1655, when the English laid siege to it, up to July 3, 1656, by Captain Julian de Castilla
  • Vol 35 (1925) British diplomatic instructions, 1689-1789, Vol. II, France 1689-1721
  • Vol 36 (1925) British diplomatic instructions, 1689-1789, Vol. III, Denmark
  • Vol 37 Miscellany, Vol. XIV (1926)
  • I. Spanish narratives of the English attack on Santo Domingo, 1655
  • II. Embajada Espanola. An anonymous contemporary Spanish guide to diplomatic procedure in the last quarter of the seventeenth century
  • III. The will of Peter de Aqua Blanca, bishop of Hereford, 1268
  • IV. The ransom of John II, king of France, 1360-70
  • V. 1386 Parliament by Thomam Fauent
  • Vol 38 (1927) British diplomatic instructions, 1689-1789, Vol. IV, France, 1721-1727
  • Vol 39 (1928) British Diplomatic instructions, 1689-1789, Vol. V, Sweden, 1727-1789
  • Vol 40 (1928) The Vita Wulfstani of William of Malmesbury, to which are added the extant abridgments of this work, and the Miracles and Translation of St. Wulfstan
  • Vol 41 Miscellany, Vol. XV (1929)
  • A Transcript of ‘The red book’, a detailed account of the Hereford bishopric estates in the 13th century
  • Edward II, the Lords Ordainers and Piers Gaveston’s jewels and horses
  • Roberts Table of Canterbury archbishopric charters
  • An Early Admiralty case, A.D. 1361
  • Select Tracts and Table Books Relating to English Weights and Measures, 1100­1742
  • An English Prisoner in Paris during the Terror, 1793-4
  • Vol 42 (1929) Notes of the debates in the House of Lords, officially taken by Robert Bowyer and Henry Elsing, cerls of the parliaments, AD 1621, 1625, 1628
  • Vol 43 (1930) British diplomatic instructions, 1689-1789, Vol. VI, France, 1727-1744
  • Vol 44 (1930) Private Correspondence of Chesterfield and Newcastle, 1744-1746, Part 1, Chesterfield at The Hague, Part 2, Chesterfield at Dublin
  • Vol 45 (1931) Documents illustrating the activities of the general and provincial chapters of the English Black Monks, 1215-1540, Vol. I
  • Vol 46 (1932) British diplomatic representatives, 1689-1789
  • Vol 47 (1931) Documents illustrating the activities of the General and Provincial Chapters of the English Black Monks, 1215-1540, Vol. II
  • Vol 48 (1933) The diplomatic correspondence of Richard II
  • Vol 49 (1934) British diplomatic instructions, 1689-1789, Vol. III, France, part IV, 1745-1789
  • Vol 50 (1934) British diplomatic representatives, 1789-1852
  • Vol 51 Rotula Parliamentorum Anglie hactenus inediti, MCCLXXIX-MCCCLXXIII (1935)
  • Vol 52 Miscellany, Vol. XVI, (1936)
  • The State of England Anno Dom. 1600, by Thomas Wilson
  • Discours of the Turkes, by Sir Thomas Sherley
  • A relation of a short survey of the western counties, made by a lieutenant of the military company in Norwich in 1635
  • Supplementary Stiffkey Papers (see Third Series XXVI)
  • A probate inventory of goods and chattels of Sir John Eliot, late prisoner in the Tower, 1633
  • Vol 53 (1936) Robert Lodor’s farm accounts, 1610-1620
  • Vol 54 (1937) Documents illustrating the activities of the General and Provincial Chapters of the English Black Monks, 1215-1540, Vol. III
  • Vol 55 Memorials of the Holles family, 1493-1656, by Gervase Holles
  • Vol 56 (1937) John of Gaunt’s Register, 1379-1383, Vol. I
  • Vol 57 (1937) John of Gaunt’s Register, 1379-1383, Vol. II
  • Vol 58 (1939) Early Charters of the cathedral church of St Paul, London
  • Vol 59 (1937) The Formation of Canning’s Ministry, February to August 1827
  • Vol 60 (1938) The correspondence of Lord Aberdeen and Princess Lieven, 1832-1854, Vol. I, 1848-1854
  • Vol 61 (1939) The letters of Arnulf of Lisieux
  • Vol 62 (1939) The correspondence of Lord Aberdeen and Princess Lieven, 1832-1854, Vol. II, 1848-1854
  • Vol 63 (1940) British consular reports on the trade and politics of Latin America, 1824-1826
  • Vol 64 Miscellany, Vol. XVII (1940)
  • Ely chapter ordinances and Visitation records, 1241-1515
  • Mr. Harrie Cavendish his journey to and from Constantinople 1589, by Fox, his servant
  • Sir John Eliot and the Vice-Admiralty of Devon
  • Vol 65 (1941) The correspondence of Charles Arbuthnott
  • Vol 66 (1942) Ministers’ Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall, 1296-1297, Vol. I
  • Vol 67 (1944) The notebook of John Penry, 1593
  • Vol 68 Ministers’ Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall, 1296-1297, Vol. II
  • Vol 69 The Letter-book of John Viscount Mordaunt, 1658-1660
  • Vol 70 The Gascon Calendar of 1322
  • Vol 71 Cartulary of St. Mary Clerkenwell
  • Vol 72: (1949) Encomium Emmae Reginae
  • Vol 73 Select documents of the English lands of the Abbey of Bec
  • Vol 74 The Anglica historia of Polydore Vergil, A.D. 1485-1537
  • Vol 75 The correspondence of David Scott, director and chairman of the East India Company, relating to Indian affairs, 1787-1805, Vol. I, 1787­1799
  • Vol 76 The correspondence of David Scott, director and chairman of the East India Company, relating to Indian affairs, 1787-1805, Vol. II, 1800­1805
  • Vol 77 The private correspondence of Lord Macartney, governor of Madras, 1781-1785
  • Vol 78 The despatches of Sir Robert Sutton, ambassador in Constantinople, 1710­1714
  • Vol 79 Miscellany, Vol. XVIII (1948)
  • The Benares diary of Warren Hastings
  • Some letters of the Duke of Wellington to his brother, William Wellesley-Pole
  • The Restoration Visitation of the University of Oxford and its colleges
  • Vol 8 Miscellany, Vol. XIX (1952)
  • Some documents regarding the fulfilment and interpretation of the Treaty of Bretigny, 1361-9
  • The Anglo-French negotiations at Bruges, 1374-7
  • Vol 81 The political correspondence of Mr Gladstone and Lord Granville, 1868­1876, Vol. I, 1868-1871 (1952)
  • Vol 82 The political correspondence of Mr Gladstone and Lord Granville, 1868­1876, Vol. II, 1871-1876 (1952)
  • Vol 83 Miscellany, Vol. XX (1953)
  • A Brief Collection of Queenes majesties Most High and Most Honourable Courtes of Recordes by Richard Robinson
  • The Hastings Journal of the Parliament of 1621
  • The Minute Book of James Courthope
  • Vol 84 (1954) The Kalendar of Abbot Samson of documents
  • Vol 85 The sermons of Thomas Brinton, bishop of Rochester, 1373-1389, Vol. I (1954)
  • Vol 86 The sermons of Thomas Brinton, bishop of Rochester, 1373-1389, Vol. II (1954)
  • Vol 87 (1954) The War of Saint-Sardos, 1323-1325. gascon diplomatic documents
  • Vol 88 Cartulary of the priory of St. Gregory, Canterbury, Woodcock (1956) ed. Audrey M.
  • Vol 89 (1957) The chronicle of Walter of Guisborough, previously edited as the chronicle of Walter of Hemingford or Hemingburgh
  • Vol 90 Miscellany, Vol. XXI (1958)
  • The chronicle attributed to John of Wallingford
  • A journal of events during the Gladstone Ministry, 1864-74, by John, first earl of Kimberley
  • Vol 91 (1961) The Diurnal of Thomas Rugg, 1659-1661
  • Vol 92 (1962) Liber Eliensis
  • Vol 93 (1962) The household Papers of Henry Percy, ninth earl of Northumberland, 1564-1632
  • Vol 94 (1963) The parliamentary diary of Sir Edward Knatchbull, 1722-1730

Fourth Series (1969-1993)

  • Vol 1. (1969) Miscellany, Vol. XXII
  • Charters of the earldom of Hereford, 1095-1201
  • Indentures of retinue with John of Gaunt, Duke of Lancaster, enrolled in Chancery, 1367-99
  • Autobiographical memoir of Joseph Jewell, 1763-1846
  • Vol 2. (1965) Documents illustrating the rule of Walter de Wenlok, abbot of Westminster, 1283­1307
  • Vol 3. (1966) The early correspondence of Richard Wood, 1831-1841
  • Vol 4. (1967) Letters from the English Abbots to the chapter at Citeaux, 1442-1521
  • Vol 5. (1968) The Papers of George Wyatt
  • Vol 6. (1969) The Records of the Trial of Walter Langeton
  • Vol 7. (1969) Miscellany, Vol. XXIII
  • The Accounts of John Balsall, Purser of the Trinity of Bristol, 1480-1
  • An Anonymous Parliamentary Diary, 1705-6
  • Leicester House Politics, 1750-60
  • Parliamentary Diaries of Nathaniel Ryder, 1764-7
  • Vol 8. (1971) Documents Illustrating the British Conquest of Manilla, 1762-1763
  • Vol 9. (1972) Miscellany, Vol. XXIV
  • Documents relating to the disputed succession of the duchy of Brittany, 1341
  • Documents relating to the Anglo-French Negotiations of 1439
  • John Benet’s Chronicle for the years 1400-1462
  • Vol 10. Herefordshire Militia Assessments of 1663
  • Vol 11. The Early Correspondence of Jabez Bunting
  • Vol 12. Wentworth Papers, 1597-1628
  • Vol 13. (1974) Miscellany, Vol. XXV
  • Letters of William, Lord Paget of Beaudesert, 1547-1563
  • Parliamentary Diary of John Clementson, 1770-1802
  • Report on Bolivia, 1827
  • Vol 14. (1975) Miscellany, Vol. XXVI
  • Ordinances for the Duchy of Lancaster
  • ‘A Breviat of the Effects devised for Wales’
  • ‘The Muster-Master’
  • ‘A Book of All the Several Officers of the Court of the Exchequer…’ by Lawrence Squibb
  • The Letters of Henry St. John to the Earl of Orrey, 1709-1711
  • Vol 15. (1975) Sidney Ironworks Accounts 1541-1573
  • Vol 16. (1975) The Account Book of Beaulieu Abbey
  • Vol 17. (1976) Western Circuit Assize Orders, 1629-1648: A Calendar
  • Vol 18. (1977) Four English Political Tracts of the Later Middle Ages
  • ‘Tractatus De Regibus’
  • ‘De Quadripartia Regis Specie’
  • ‘Tractus de Regimine Principum Ad Regem Henricurn Sextum’
  • The III Considercacions Right Necesserye to the Good Governaunce of a Prince’
  • Vol 19. (1977) Proceedings of the Short Parliament
  • Vol 20. (1977) Norwich heresy Trials in the Diocese of Norwich, 1428-1431
  • Vol 21. (1978) Edmund Ludlow: A Voyce from the Watch Tower: Part V, 1660-1662
  • Vol 22. (1979) Miscellany, Vol. XXVII
  • The Disputed regency of the Kingdom of Jerusalem, 1264-6 and 1268
  • George Rainsford’s Ritratto d’Ingliterra (1556)
  • The Letter-Book of Thomas Bentham, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, 1560­1561
  • Vol 23. The Letters of Third Viscount Palmerston to Laurence and Elizabeth Sulivan, 1804-1863
  • Vol 24. Documents Illustrating the Crisis of 1297-1298 in England
  • Vol 25. The Diary of Edward Goshcen, 1900-1914
  • Vol 26. English Suits before the Parlement of Paris, 1420-1436
  • Vol 27. William Cavendish, Fourth Duke of Devonshire, Memoranda on State of Affairs, 1759-1762
  • Vol 28. Barrington Family Letters, 1628-1632
  • Vol 29. Miscellany, Vol. XXVIII
  • The Account of the Great Household of Humphrey, First Duke of Buckingham for the year 1452-3
  • Documents concerning the Negotiations of the Anglo-French Treaty of March 1550
  • The Vita Mariae Angliae Reginae of Robert Wingfield of Brantham
  • Count of Feria’s Dispatch to Philip II of 14th November 1558
  • Vol 30. Gentlemen of Science: Early Correspondence of the British Association for the Advancement of Science
  • Vol 31. Reading 'Abbey Cartularies I
  • Vol 32. Letters of the First Viscount Harding of Lahore, 1844-1847
  • Vol 33. Reading Abbey Cartularies II
  • Vol 34. Miscellany, Vol. XXIX
  • Computus Rolls of the English Lands of the Abbey of Bec (1272-1289)
  • Financial Memoranda of the Reign of Edward V
  • A Collection of Several Speeches and Treatises of the Late Lord Treasurer Cecil
  • John Howson’s Answers to Archbishop Abbot’s Accusations at his ‘Trial’
  • Debates in the House of Commons 1697-1699
  • Vol 35. (1988) The Short Parliament (1640) Diary of Sir Thomas Aston
  • Vol 36. Swedish Diplomats at Cromwell’s Court, 1655-1656: The Missions of Julius Coyet and Christer Bonde
  • Vol 37. Thomas Starkey: A Dialogue between Pole and Lupset
  • Vol 38. The Minutes of the Rainbow Circle
  • Vol 39. (1990) Miscellany, Vol. XXX
  • Hospitaller’s Western Accounts, 1373-4 and 1374-5
  • William Latymer’s Life of Anne Boleyn
  • Letters of Richard Scudamore, 1549-52
  • The Oxford and Temple Book: Newdigate Family Accounts, 1618-1621
  • The Journal of Henry Herbert
  • Lords Cutt’s Letters
  • George III and the Southern Department: some unprinted Royal correspondence
  • John Robinson’s ‘State’ of the House of Commons, July 1780
  • Parliamentary Diary of Sir Richard Paulet, 1610
  • Vol 40. (1990) The Parliamentary Diaries of Sir John Trelawny, 1858-1865
  • Vol 41. (1991) The Letter-Journal of George Canning, 1793-1795
  • Vol 42. (1991) The First and Second Parts of John Hayward’s ‘The Life and Raigne of King Henrie III (1559)’
  • Vol 43. (1993) Charges to the Grand July in the Eighteenth Century, 1689-1803
  • Vol 44. (1993) Miscellany, Vol. XXXI
  • Letters of the Cliffords, Lords Clifford and Earls of Cumberland, c. 1500-1565
  • Patrick Darcy, an argument
  • The Diary and Speeches of Sir Arthur Kaye, 1710-1721
  • Letters of Bolingbroke to the Earl of Orrery, 1712-1713
  • A Leicester House Political Diary, 1742-1742

Fifth Series (1993-present)

  • Vol 1. The Journal of William Schellinks’ Travels in England, 1661-1663
  • Vol 2. A Calendar of the Cartularies of John Pyel and Adam Fraunceys, Mayors and Merchants of London
  • Vol 3. Camden Miscellany, Vol. XXXII
  • Private indentures for life service in peace and war, 1278-1476
  • William Atkins, a relation of the Journey from St. Omers to Seville, 1622
  • Horace Walpole and British Relations with Spain, 1738
  • The Parliamentary Diaries of Sir John Trelawny, 1868-1873
  • Vol 4. The Diaries of Edward Henry Stanley, 15th Earl of Derby (1826-1893) between September 1869 and March 1878
  • Vol 5. The Austen Chamberlain Diary Letters: the correspondence of Sir Austen Chamberlain with his sisters Hilda and Ida, 1916-1937
  • Vol 6. Household Accounts and Disbursement Books of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, 1558-1561, 1584-1586
  • Vol 7. Seventeenth-century Political Letters and Papers. Miscellany, Vol. XXXIII
  • The Parliamentary papers of Nicholas Ferrar, 1624
  • The Letters of Sir Cheney Culpeper, 1641-1657
  • The Cromwellian Decimation tax of 1655: The Assessment Lists
  • Vol 8. The Plumpton Letters and Papers
  • Vol 9. The Journal of John Wodehouse, First Earl of Kimberley for 1862-1902
  • Vol 10. Miscellany, Vol. XXXIV
  • The Brevis Relatio de Guillelmo nobilissimo comite Normannorum, Written by a Monk of Battle Abbey: ed., with an historical commentary, by Elisabeth M.C. van Houts
  • De iniusta vexacione Willelmi episcope primi per Willelmum regem filium Wellelmi magni Regis
  • A 1301 Sequestrator-General’s Account Roll for the Diocese of Coventry and Lichfield
  • Morley vs. Montague (1399): A case in the Court of Chivalry
  • The Chronicle of John Somer, OFM
  • Vol 11: Fleet Street, Press Barons and Politics: The Journals of Collin Brooks, 1932-1940
  • Vol 12: Archpresbyterate of George Birkhead
  • Vol 13: The Journal of Thomas Juxon, 1644-1647
  • Vol 14: Parliament and Politics in the age of Churchill and Attlee: The Headlam Diaries, 1935-1951
  • Vol 15: British Envoys to Germany, 1816-1866. Volume 1: 1816-1829
  • Vol 16: The Times and Appeasement: The Journals of A.L. Kennedy, 1932-1939
  • Vol 17: Parliament, Politics and Elections, 1604-1648
  • Vol 18: The Remembrances of Elizabeth Freke, 1671-1714
  • Vol 19: Travel, Trade and Power in the Atlantic, 1765-1884, Camden Miscellany XXXV
  • Vol 20: The Letters of Arnold Stephenson Rowntree to Mary Katherine Rowntree, 1910-1918
  • Vol 21: British Envoys to Germany, 1816-1866, Volume II: 1830-1847
  • Vol 22: Religion, Politics, and Society in Sixteenth Century England
  • Vol 23: Lollards of Coventry', 1486-1522, edited and translated by Shannon McSheffrey and Norman Tanner
  • Vol 24: Appeasement and All Souls: A Portrait with Documents, 1937-1939
  • Vol 25: Foreign Intelligence and Information in Elizabethan England. Two English Treatises on the State of France, 1580-1584
  • Vol 26: Newsletters from the Caroline Court, 1631-1638. Catholicism and the Politics of the Personal Rule
  • Vol 27: The Clarke Papers V. Further Selections from the Papers of William Clarke, Secretary to the Council of the Army 1647-1649, and to General Monck and the Commanders of the Army in Scotland, 1651-1660
  • Vol 28: British Envoys to Germany, 1816-1866, Volume III: 1848-1850
  • Vol 29: Debating the Hundred Years War. Pour ce que plusieurs (La Loy Salique) and A declaracion of the trew and dewe title of Henrie VIII
  • Vol 30: The Affairs of Others: The Diaries of Francis Place, 1825-1836
  • Vol 31: The Correspondence of Henry Cromwell, 1655-1659
  • Vol 32: Marital Litigation in the Court of Requests, 1542-1642
  • Vol 33: Dublin Castle and the First Home Rule Crisis: The Political Journal of Sir George Fotrell, 1884-1887
  • Vol 34:Stuart Dynastic Policy and Religious Politics, 1621-1625
  • Vol 35: The Political Diaries of the Fourth Earl of Carnarvon, 1857-1890. Colonial Secretary and Lord Lieutenant of Ireland
  • Vol 36: The Life of John Rastrick, 1650-1727
  • Vol 37: British Envoys to Germany, Vol. IV: 1851-1866
  • Vol 38: The making of the East London Mosque, 1910-1951
  • Vol 39: The Papers of the Hothams, Governors of Hull during the Civil War
  • Vol 40: A Monastic Community in Local Society: The Beauchief Cartulary
  • Vol 41: Documents on Conservative Foreign Policy, 1852-1878
  • Vol 42: The Diary of Robert Woodford, 1637-1641
  • Vol 43: Observing Vatican II: The Confidential Reports of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Representative, Bernard Pawley, 1961-1964
  • Vol 44: The Letters of Lady Anne Bacon
  • Vol 45: A Knight of Malta at the Court of Elizabeth I : the Correspondence of Michel de Seure, French ambassador 1560-2
  • Vol 46: Constitution Maker: Select Writings of Sir Ivor Jennings
  • Vol 47: The Acts and Letters of the Marshal Family: Marshals of England and Earls of Pembroke, 1145—1248
  • Vol 48: Papal Authority and the Limits of the Law in Tudor England, Camden Miscellany XXXVI
  • Vol 49: Diplomatic Intelligence on the Holy Roman Empire and Denmark during the reigns of Elizabeth I and James VI: Three Treatises
  • Vol 50: Parliament and Politics in the Age of Asquith and Lloyd George: The Diaries of Cecil Harmsworth MP, 1909-22
  • Vol 51: British Envoys to the Kaiserreich 1871-1897
  • Vol. 77 (1968) Narratives of the Days of the Reformation, Chiefly from the Manuscripts of John Foxe the Martyologist; with two contemporary biographies of Archbishop Cranmer.




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