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OXDOX Transcriptions by Professor Alan Nelson relating to the 17th Earl of Oxford
European State Finance Database
The Breadalbane Letters 1548 - 1583 edited by Dr Jane Dawson
The Pepys Ballads 1500-1800, University of California Santa Barbara
Sixteenth Century Ballads: Called A work in progress
Court of Chivalry 1634-40 University of Birmingham
Hanover Historical Texts Project has an Early Modern section - quite good on religious history
Dr Martha Carlins homepage has links to Household and Conduct texts and Culnary Texts.
The Health of the Cecils project
Legislation.gov - A very few Elizabethan Acts of Parliament and some only partial.
Act of Supremacy 1558 - Letters Patent Act 1571 - Ecclesiastical Leases Act 1571 -
Oxford and Cambridge Act 1571 - Ecclesiastical Leases Act 1572 -
Ecclesiastical Leases Act 1575 - Simony Act 1588
Other Document Image Ssites
http://aalt.law.uh.edu/ AALT: National Archives documents On-Line
The primary (but not only) document series covered are the CP40s (court of common pleas plea rolls), KB27s (court of king's bench plea rolls), E159s (exchequer memoranda rolls), E368s (exchequer memoranda rolls), C33s (chancery orders and decrees), and CP25(1)s (the feet of fines).
I am pleased to announce that the Wellcome Library has now made available its entire collection of 17th century receipt books - 75 manuscripts in total. They are currently available as PDFs from our catalogue records. We have further information on this project on our Library website digitisation pages and from our latest edition of Wellcome News. In order to keep the PDF file sizes down, they have been compressed, and in many cases, blank pages have been left out. We also store high-resolution images of every page of these manuscripts, and if required you can order these by visiting Wellcome Images. Mounting the images online is only half the project - stay tuned for our announcement regarding the indexing of the recipe titles, which is currently in progress. - Christy Henshaw 9 April 2009
Oxford Text Archive - some free, others by subscription. Mostly literary and philosophical.