Home Office: Domestic Entry Books
|Title:||Home Office: Domestic Entry Books|
From 1782 to 1871 these Home Office domestic entry books contain out-letters to the Lord Chancellor, judges, local magistrates and officials, police authorities, and private persons on matters of local administration and justice. The subjects covered include duties of lords lieutenant, sheriffs, clerks of the peace, coroners and other local officials, arson cases, commissions of sewers, exequaturs and recognitions of consular officials, explosives, extradition, fairs and markets, pardons and rewards for information. Out-letters relating to borough funds, inebriate retreats, lunatic asylums, parliamentary bills and wild birds were later entered in this series.
From July 1871 to February 1873 there is a gap.
After 1792 there is generally an index in each volume.
After 1898 the series was discontinued in favour of a number of series dealing with particular subjects.
Earlier out-letters are in HO 13
|Held by:||The National Archives, Kew|
|Legal status:||Public Record(s)|
|Physical description:||206 volume(s)|
|Unpublished finding aids:||
From 1782 to 1792 the volumes are indexed in IND 8913.
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- HO - Records created or inherited by the Home Office, Ministry of Home Security, and related bodies
- Division within HO - General registers, registered papers, warrant and entry books and correspondence; and records of General and E Departments, and wartime departments...
- HO 43 - Home Office: Domestic Entry Books