Guide to the Materials for American History, to 1783, in the Public Record Office of Great Britain, Vol. 2: Departmental and Miscellaneous Papers (Classic Reprint)

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In addition to those, mentioned in the previous volume, to whom I am indebted for courteous and helpful co-operation in the preparation of the work as a whole, there are others, who have aided me especially in connection with this volume, to whom I wish to extend my thanks. My largest debt is to Mr. R. G. Marsden, well known as an expert upon all matters pertaining to the history of the High Court of Admiralty, who has given me generously of his time and learning and has placed at my disposal lists and notes without which certain sections, duly noted in the proper place in the text, could not have been rendered even approximately complete within the time available to me. To Mr. Henry Atton, librarian of the Custom House library, I am under obligation for courtesies extended to me at the Custom House and for other favors, while to the Board of Customs Commissioners I am indebted for permission to examine Custom House papers and to Lord Dysart for permission to inspect those of the Treasurer Solicitor. To Mr. Victor H. Paltsits I owe many thanks for the data here printed regarding the transcripts of Loyalist Papers in the New York Public Library; and to Mr. Robert W. Neeser, secretary of the Naval History Society, and Mr. Edward E. Curtis, instructor in Yale College, friends and former students, I am grateful for helpful notes on the Admiralty and War Office material respectively. I wish to thank Miss Davenport also for the initial report on the Cornwallis, Chatham, and Rodney papers, and Mr. J. W. Chapman, of the Public Record Office, for his answers to my many queries regarding the rearrangement of the Treasury Papers.

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