The Correspondence of Mary II Stuart, Queen of England, Scotland, and Ireland (119 letters)

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Abstract

Currently the catalogue contains metadata of 119 letters conserved at the Royal Collections in The Hague. The letters were written in German, French, and Dutch, and they date between 1677 and 1693. Each letter record in this EMLO catalogue contains a link (labelled ‘manuscript image’) to a digitized copy of the scanned manuscript. In addition, links to the digitized editions of Archives ou correspondance inédite de la maison d’Orange-Nassau (ed. G. Groen van Prinsterer), Correspondentie van Willem III en van Hans Willem Bentinck (ed. N. Japikse), and Lettres et Mémoires de Marie Reine d’Angleterre, Épouse de Guillaume III (ed. M. Bentinck) have been provided. Additional letters both to and from Mary will be added to the catalogue in the near future.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherCultures of Knowledge
Publication statusPublished - 02 Sep 2016

Keywords

  • correspondence

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