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Official correspondence relating to home affairs
Maker:  Coventry, Official papers of Henry
Official papers of Henry Coventry: Official correspondence relating to home affairs, including letters from bishops on university and ecclesiastical matters, 1670s and 1680s; Royal speeches and addresses, copies of bills and miscellaneous papers relating to Parliament, 1667-79; Journal of the proceedings of the House of Commons, prepared for Coventry, various hands, 1675-9; correspondence and papers relating to plots (particularly the Popish Plot), papists, seditious speeches and criminal charges; 1672-80; miscellaneous official papers of Coventry as Secretary of State relating to the Treasury, Exchequer, MInt, Post Office, Customs and other departments, 1661086; petitions and memorials addressed to Charles II and Parliament, circa 1660-80; Orders in Council relating to granting of passes for ships during Dutch War and extensive series of Petitions of owners and masters of vessels taken by French, Spanish, Ostend and other privateers with reports, 1660-80; correspondence and papers of the Secretary of State relating to London, 1674-80, to Scotland, 1664-82, and to the Channel Islands (including series of autograph letters signed by Christopher, Viscount Hatton, Governor of Jersey, and letters signed by Thomas Morgan, Governor of Guernsey), 1670s; Irish papers including two long series of letters (both with enclosures) by James (Butler), Duke of Ormonde, chiefly when Lord Lieutenant, 1663-80 (two volumes), and his successor, Arthur (Capel), Earl of Essex as Lord Lieutenant, 1672-77 (two volumes); miscellaneous Irish correspondence, 1671-81 (one volume); papers relating to distribution on Irish lands, 1661-80 (two volumes); lords lieutenants papers on the Irish revenue, 1673- 82 (in all twenty-three volumes).
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