Correspondence on economic modernization dated August 26, 1664.
An account of life there at Versailles.
A letter with an obsessive concern of manners.
A belief that material prosperity would raise the yield of taxes but that this prosperity would grow only with a managed economy.
Scans of the Newes July 6, 1665 containing instructions for the containment and disinfection of the plague.
Wills, muster lists and parish register together with more general information including coinage, wages, prices and artillery.
An online book that explores the major scientific and mathematical milestones of this era, and examines them from their scientific and sociological perspectives Michael Windelspecht by subscription, 2002.
The complete text by Christopher Hill by subscription, 1958.
The complete text that focuses on the people involved by Richard Weisman by subscription, 1984.