List of References

Manuscripts

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I Series, Volume 4 “Funerals of Kings, Princes &c.”

The National Archives, London

Lord Chamberlain Papers. Record of Special Events 2/11/2. Expense at the Funeral (& Mourning) of her Majesty Queen Mary, 1694.

Privy Council Papers 2/76. Privy Council Registers: William III, Vol. 4, December 2 1694-April 23 1697.

Printed Primary Sources

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Hardy, William John, ed. Calendar of State Papers, Domestic Series, of the Reign of William III July 1-December 31 1695, and Addenda, 1689-1694. Preserved in the Public Record Office. Nendeln: Kraus Reprint, 1969.

Historical Manuscripts Commission. The Manuscripts of His Grace, The Duke of Portland, Preserved at Welbeck Abbey, Volume 3: Harley Papers, Volume 1. London, 1894.

Historical Manuscript Commission. Calendar of the Stuart Papers belonging to His Majesty the King, preserved at Windsor Castle, Volume 1. London: HM Stationery Office, 1902.

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The Form of the Proceeding to the Funeral of Her late Majesty Queen Mary II. Of blessed Memory, from the royal palace of Whitehall to the Collegiate church at Westminster; the 5th day of this instant March, 1694/5. London, 1695.

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Tenison, Thomas. A Sermon Preached at the Funeral of Her late Majesty Queen Mary of Ever Blessed Memory, In the Abbey-Church in Westminster, Upon March 5, 1694/5. London, 1709.

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Claydon, Tony. William III and the Godly Revolution. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

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