British History Online
Primary sources: the texts of original documents, such as the Journals of the Houses of Commons and Lords, Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, and the Statutes of the Realm. Secondary texts: works by modern historians, such as the Victoria County History of the Counties of England, Fasti Ecclesiae Anglicanae, English Heritage's Survey of London, and Office Holders in Modern Britain. Guides and calendars: summaries of primary sources, prepared by modern editors, such as multiple series of the Calendars of State Papers, the Catalogue of Ancient Deeds, and the Letters and Papers of Henry VIII. Gazetteers and dictionaries: listings of places, property, goods and markets, such as Lewis's topographical dictionaries of England, Scotland and Wales, Harben's Dictionary of London, plus the Dictionary of Traded Goods.
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