Foreign Office: Registers (Library Series) and Indexes of General Correspondence, Microfilm Copies

Reference:
FO 605
Title:
Foreign Office: Registers (Library Series) and Indexes of General Correspondence, Microfilm Copies
Description:

This series contains microform of registers and indexes of general correspondence. The registers provide a means of reference to papers for the years 1808 to 1890 contained in the volumes of general correspondence before 1906. The registers relating to the USA go back to 1793 and there is a register of correspondence relating to France for the period 1761 to 1768. The registers provide details of the correspondence of ambassadors, consuls and some individuals with the Foreign Office.

As well as general registers there are separate registers for particular subjects, such as Commercial, Diplomatic or Treaty. The indexes, which refer to subjects, places and persons, serve as a means of reference to the registers but not directly to the papers in the correspondence series.

The original records are in FO 802

Date:
1761-1893
Separated Material:
The 1810-1872 General register volumes 1 to 3 and the 1849-1860 register for Italy are missing.
Held by:
The National Archives, Kew
Legal status:
Public Record
Language:
English
Physical description:
256 microform
Access conditions:
Subject to 30 year closure unless otherwise stated

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