- Early Modern
- History Clubs
- Rolls Series
- Hamilton Papers: Documents Illustrative of the History of Scotland in the XVIth Century
2 vols (1532 - 1590)
- Anglo-Scottish relations during one of the most tumultuous centuries in either country's history.
- Hamilton Papers: Original Letters in the possession of His Grace the Duke of Hamilton and Brandon
1 vol. (1638 - 1650)
- Henrici de Bracton de Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae
5 vols (1210 - 1268)
- Henrici de Bracton De Legibus Et Consuetudinibus Angliæ
1 vol. (1210 - 1235)
- Histoire du Parlement de Paris
2 vols (1250 - 1515)
- Histoire du Parlement de Paris
- Historia et Cartularium Monasterii Sancti Petri Gloucestriæ
3 vols (681 - 1526)
- Historia Monasterii S. Augustini Cantuariensis by Thomas of Elmham
1 vol. (597 - 1418)
- Historians of the Church of York and its Archbishops
3 vols (0 - 1522)
- Three volumes translated from the Latin by James Raine (1830-1896) Canon of York, spanning from 650-1153.
- Historiæ Anglicanæ Scriptores X
1 vol. (800 - 1250)
- A collection of accounts regarding English medieval History, edited by Roger Twysden the notable 17th century Historian and politician.
- Historic and Municipal Documents of Ireland A.D.1172-1320
1 vol. (1172 - 1320)
- Historical Manuscripts Commission
1 vol. (1625 - 1628)
- Between 1869 and 2003, The Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts (abbreviated as the HMC) was an organisation with the task "to make enquiry as to the places where manuscripts and private papers of historical interest were located and to report on their contents". This commission meant that the HMC created detailed catalogues, calendars and lists of the privately owned archives of Britain and (before 1922) Ireland. In many cases they remain the easiest, if not the only, way to gain access to privately owned archives, and collectively contain a wealth of information unavailable in any other format. The subject areas contained within the HMC reports are almost limitless, and they are essential reading for researchers in medieval and early modern history.
- Historical Papers and Letters from the Northern Registers
1 vol. (1265 - 1415)
- Papers and Letters from the northern Registers (1265 - 1415) edited by James Raine (1830 - 1896), Canon of York.
- Historie and Life of King James the Sext
1 vol. (1566 - 1617)
- History and Antiquities of North Durham
1 vol. (1000 - 1800)
- The History and Antiquities of North Durham between 1000 and 1800, and edited by James Raine.
- History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry II
3 vols (1000 - 1702)
- In three volumes, the History of Ireland from the Invasion of Henry II, 1000 - 1702.
- History of Scotland Civil and Ecclesiastical from the Earliest Times to the Death of David I
2 vols (0 - 1153)
- History of Scotland from the Roman Occupation
4 vols (0 - 1809)
- Andrew Lang's History of Scotland from the Roman Occupation
- History of the Carnegies, Earls of Southesk, and of their Kindred
2 vols (1153 - 1878)
- History of the City of Dublin
3 vols (1000 - 1700)
- Antiquarian and historian J. T. Gilbert's History of the City of Dublin in three volumes.
- History of the House and Race of Douglas and Angus
2 vols (700 - 1588)
- Historian and humanist David Hume of Godscroft's two volume history dealing with the Douglas and Angus families respectively.
- History of the Life of James Duke of Ormonde, From His Birth in 1610, to His Death in 1688 - Thomas Carte
3 vols (1610 - 1688)
- Thomas Carte's History of the Life of James Duke of Ormonde, published in 1736. Essential resource for seventeenth-century Irish history
- History of the Medical Teaching in Trinity College Dublin and of the School of Physic in Ireland
1 vol. (1592 - 1888)
- An important resource for the history of medicine and medical teaching in Ireland.
- History of the Munros Of Fowlis with Genealogies of the Principal Families of the same
1 vol. (1100 - 1800)
- A popular account of a prominent Scottish family, of interest to genealogists and historians. A key history of this important Scottish noble family.
- HMC General Reports
12 vols (0 - 1800)
- Holinshed's Chronicles of England, Scotland and Ireland
6 vols (0 - 1587)
- Holinshed's history of the British Isles is a source as much for the mythical origin myths of Britain as perceived in the sixteenth century - and famously also a source for Shakespeare's histories - as literal fact. Yet the accounts are no less valuable, nor interesting, for their frequent lack of historical basis.
- Horae Eboracenses, the Prymer or Hours of the Blessed Virgin Mary according to the use of the Illustrious Church of York
1 vol. (1478 - 1552)