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Georgian Papers Programme

Cataloguing and digitisation of the Georgian Papers in the Royal Archives

    Resources and links

    Programme partners

    For the Georgian Papers Programme website run by King's College London, Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture and  William & Mary, please click here

    Information about the Royal Archives, with details of other digitisation projects undertaken by the Archives, can be found on the website of the British Monarchy.

    See the Guide to Collections for a guide to the history and holdings of the Library and Archives.

    Royal Library and Royal Archives: A Guide to Collections

    Published Editions of the Georgian Papers in the Royal Archives

    Overview of published editions of documents from the Georgian Papers

    Resources relating to the Georgian period

    Documents from the Georgian period, relating to the royal family, Royal Household and royal residences, can also be found at The National Archives in Kew. Use the Discovery catalogue and Research Guides to search the collections.

    The British Library also holds material relating to Georgian Britain. For an introduction to the collections, click here.

    Additional useful resources are State Papers Online Eighteenth Century 1714-1782 (subscription required) and British History Online.

    The Royal Family and Royal Household

    Biographies of members of the royal family are available on the Royal Residences, Art and History pages of the British Monarchy website.

    The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (subscription required) includes biographies of members of the royal family and senior members of the Royal Household.

    Documents from the Royal Archives relating to members of the Royal Household in the period 1526 to 1924 are now available to search and view online on the Find My Past website (subscription required).

    The Database of Court Officers 1660-1837 is a database of the career histories of every remunerated officer and servant of the English Royal Household from the Restoration of the monarchy in 1660 to the accession of Queen Victoria in 1837.

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