William Petty, 1st Marquis of Lansdowne, 2nd Earl of Shelburne papers  1665-1885
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European and Mediterranean Politics [series]:
Volume   1  
Account of Russia, Volume I,  1767 (157 pages)
Volume   2  
Account of Russia, Volume II,  1767 (10 pages and appendix)
Volume   3  
Sir Charles Hanbury Williams' correspondence,  1755-1756 (306 pages)
Volume   4  
Prussian correspondence,  1756 (419 pages)
Volume   5  
Prussian correspondence,  1757,  1762 (419 pages)
Volume   6  
Political state of the Low Countries (Austrian Netherlands),  1774 (472 pages)
Volume   7  
Vienna correspondence,  1756,  1765 and  1766 (172 pages)
Volume   8  
Diplomatic correspondence relating to the Peace of Paris,  1763: Correspondence between Mr. Pitt and Mr. Hans Stanley in  1761 (204 pages)
Volume   9  
Diplomatic correspondence relating to the Peace of Paris,  1763: Correspondence between Count Viry and the Bailli de Solar,  1761-1762 (318 pages)
Volume   10  
Diplomatic correspondence relating to the Peace of Paris,  1763: Correspondence between Count Viry and the Bailli de Solar,  1761-1762 (461 pages)
Volume   11  
Diplomatic correspondence relating to the Peace of Paris,  1763: Correspondence between Count Viry and the Bailli de Solar,  1761-1762 (500 pages)
Volume   12  
Diplomatic correspondence relating to the Peace of Paris,  1763: French correspondence,  1762-1763 (89 pages)
Volume   13  
Collection of treaties: Copies of treaties between England and various European states,  1654-1766 (167 pages)
Volume   14  
Marine: Jean Baptiste Bertrand account of a voyage from Jamaica to London,  1766; extracts from memories on naval and commercial affairs,  1756-1761; copies of letters allegedly written by Pierre Joseph Antoine Roubaud; Roubaud's political reflections on the English colonies and the islands of St. Pierre and Miquelon (61 pages)
Volume   15  
Marine: "On the necessity of establishing a royal port in northern France,"  undated (65 pages)
Volume   16  
Abbé Terray, Compte rendu au Roi Louis XVI,  1774 (368 pages)
Volume   17  
Papers concerning the Port of Dunkirk, Treaty of Utrecht,  1713-1768 (168 pages)
Volume   18  
Papers concerning the troubles at Geneva,  1766-1767; Geneva history,  1738-1766 (293 pages)
Volume   19  
Barbary States: A comparative view of the military and naval power of the four Barbary States with an account of their produce, and a description of the present state of their governments,  [1765] (50 pages)
Volume   20  
Ottoman Empire: Observations on its present state,  1766; correspondence with Ambassador Murray at Constantinople,  1768 (226 pages)
Volume   21  
Army: Prince Ferdinand of Brunswick's correspondence,  1759 (53 pages)
Volume   22  
Spanish correspondence,  1756-1757 and  1760-1765 (795 pages)
Volume   23  
Manila and the Falkland Islands,  1765-1767 (120 pages)
Volume   24  
Spain and Portugal,  1762 and  1767 (153 pages)
Volume   25  
Portugal correspondence,  1759 and  1760-1766 (504 pages)
Volume   26  
Reports of Board of Trade concerning grievances with Portugal,  1765-1767 (167 pages)
Volume   27  
Lisbon, memorials, and British claims,  1769 (140 pages)
Volume   28  
Abstracts of letters from Shelburne, Secretary of State for the Southern Department, and British Ambassadors and Consuls in Paris, Lisbon, Escurial, Berne, Florence, Madrid, Geneva, Naples, Barcelona,  1766-1767 (283 pages)
Volume   29  
Extracts and copies of dispatches from British foreign ministers in Europe to Shelburne,  1766-1767 (512 pages)
Volume   30  
Foreign Draughts: Dispatches to European courts from Shelburne,  1766-1767 (606 pages)
Volume   31  
Foreign Draughts: Dispatches to European courts from Shelburne,  1766-1767 (410 pages)
Volume   32  
M. Neri sur le Cadastre: Papers in French and Italian on the Milan census,  1764 (130 pages)
Volume   33  
Advocate General's reports,  1764-1767 (160 pages)
Volume   35  
Intercepted letters between French diplomats and French ministers,  1767-1768 (24 items)
Volume   36  
Correspondence of the Earl of Albemarle, British ambassador at Paris, and M. Ruvigny de Cosne and Mr. Mildmay, secretaries of legation, and Sir Thomas Robinson, Secretary of State, relating to conflicting French and British interests in North America,  1754 (113 items)
Volume   37  
Expedition to the coast of France in  1758, siege and surrender of Belle Isle,  1761 (278 items)
Volume   38  
Correspondence with English Ministers in Italy, Spain, Portugal, and Switzerland,  1766-1768 (188 items)
Volume   39  
Correspondence with English Ministers in Italy, Spain, Portugal and Switzerland,  1766-1768 (333 items)
Volume   40  
Correspondence with English consuls and agents to the Barbary States, Constantinople, and Corsica; Barbary treaties; and letters entitled "Mediterranean Passes,"  1766-1768 (114 items)
Volume   41  
Correspondence concerning Portugal and Brazil from Sir John Hort, English consul general at Lisbon, to Shelburne, Secretary of State for the Southern Department,  1768-1792 (49 items)
Volume   42  
Miscellaneous papers and copies of diplomatic material relating to France and Europe,  1767-1768 (50 items)
Volume   84  
Miscellaneous papers Volume I: The Coast of Africa (39 items)
Volume   84  
Miscellaneous papers Volume II: Minorca and Gibraltar (31 items)