Public Record Office: Transcripts from Milan Archives
Transcripts in Latin and Italian of manuscripts in the Milan archives relating to English affairs. They were assembled mainly by William Bliss.
Mr William H Bliss, an editor employed by the Public Record Office (PRO), assembled transcripts from references supplied to him by Commendatore Fumi, the Director of the Archives at Milan. After Bliss's death in 1909, work at Milan was continued on the PRO's behalf by Mr Allen B Hinds.
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