This is a list of journal articles, books, and manuscripts cited as souces in the Robert Carter Project.
"Armistead Family." William and Mary Quarterly. 1st. ser., 6: (July 1897): 31-33, (Oct. 1897):97-102, (Jan. 1898):164-171. The article is continued in volumes 8 and 9 for persons not relevant to this period.
Berkeley, Edmund, Jr. "Robert Carter as Agricultural Administrator: His Letters to Robert Jones, l727-1729." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. 101 (April 1993): 273-295.
"Bristow Wills in the British Record Office," William and Mary Quarterly. 1st ser., 21(1912): 28-29; the son's will is in Eedes 166, and the father's in Poley 275
"Carter Papers [Robert Carter's will]." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. 5(1897-1898): 408-432; 6(1898-1899): 1-22. Robert Carter's complete will is available as part of this project.
"Carter Papers: An Inventory of all the S *** and Personal Property of the Hon'ble Robert Carter of the County of Lancaster, Esq., Deceased, Taken as Directed in his Last Will, vizt." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. 6 (1898-1899): 145-152, 260-68, and 365-70; and 7 (1898-1899): 64-68. The complete inventory is available as part of this project.
Clemens, Paul G. E. "The Rise of Liverpool, 1665-1750." Economic History Review. 29(1976): 211-225.
"The Corbin Family of Virginia."Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. 29(1921): 244.
Donnan, Elizabeth. "18th-Century English Merchants: Micajah Perry." Journal of Economic and Business History. 4(1932): 70-98.
"Fox Family of King William County, Va." William and Mary Quarterly. 1st ser., 20(1912):
Glencross, Reginald M. "Va. Gleanings in England." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. 32(1924): 351-359.
"The Landon Family." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. 24(April 1895): 430-433.
"List of Ships . . . 1705." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. 9 (1901-1902): 258.
"Ludwell Family." William and Mary Quarterly.1st ser., 19(1910-11): 199-214.
Mann, Nina Tracy. "William Ball of Millenbeck." Northern Neck of Virginia Historical Magazine. 25(Dec. 1975): 2773-2779.
Middleton, Arthur Pierce. "The Chesapeake Convoy System, 1662-1763." William and Mary Quarterly. 3rd. ser., 3(1946): 205, from information in CO5/1311, no. 10, iii.
Montague, Ludwell Lee. "Richard Lee, the Emigrant 1613 (?)-1664." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. 62(1954): 3-49.
Olson, Alison G. "The Virginia Merchants of London: A Study in Eighteenth-Century Interest-Group Politics." William and Mary Quarterly. 3rd ser., 40(1983): 363-388.
"Papers Relating to the Administration of Governor Nicholson and to the Founding of William and Mary College." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. 2(1894-1895):46-64.
"Philip Ludwell's Account." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. 1(1893-1894): 174-186.
"Pinkard Family." William and Mary Quarterly. 1st. ser., 12(1903): 263-264, fns.
Price, Jacob M. "Who Was John Norton? A Note on the Historical Character of Some Eighteenth-Century London Virginia Firms." William and Mary Quarterly. 3rd. ser., 19(1962): 400-407.
"Receipts of the Office of Secretary of State of Virginia, 1700, With a Notice of Secretary Wormeley." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. 13:(1905-1906).
"Robert Carter and the Wormeley Estate."William and Mary Quarterly. 2d. ser., 17(1909): 252-264.
Simpson, Alan. "Robert Carter's Schooldays." Virginia Magazine of History and Biography. 94(1986): 161-188.
Tyler, Lyon G. "Inscriptions on Old Tombs in Gloucester Co., Virginia." William and Mary Quarterly., 1st. ser., 2(1893): 219-226.
Louis B. Wright, "The "Gentleman's Library" in Early Virginia: The Literary Interests of the First Carters." Huntington Library Quarterly. 1(1937): 3-61.
Berkeley, Edmund, and Dorothy Smith Berkeley. John Clayton: Pioneer of American Botany. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1963).
Billings, Warren M., et al. Colonial Virginia: A History. (White Plains, NY: KTO Press, 1986).
Brown, Katherine L., and Nancy T. Sorrells. People in Profile: Christ Church Parish 1720-1750. (Irvington, VA: Lot's Wife Publishing for the Foundation for Historic Christ Church, 2002).
Brown, Stuart E. Virginia Baron; the Story of Thomas, 6th Lord Fairfax. (Berryville, Va.: Chesapeake Book Co., 1965).
Carleton, Florence Tyler, compiler. A Genealogy of the Known Descendants of Robert Carter of Corotoman. (Irvington, Virginia: Foundation for Historic Christ Church, Inc., 1983).
Copeland, Pamela C., and Richard K. MacMaster, The Five George Masons of Virginia and Maryland. (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia for the Board of Regents of Gunston Hall, 1975).
Davis, Richard Beale. William Fitzhugh and His Chesapeake World, 1676-1701. The Fitzhugh Letters and Other Documents. (Richmond: Virginia Historical Society, 1963).
Dobyns, Louise Towles, et al. Within the Court House at Lancaster. ([Irvington, VA?]: Chesapeake National Bank, n.d).
Dodson, Leonidas. Alexander Spotswood: Governor of Colonial Virginia, 1710-1722. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1932).
Greene, Jack P. The Diary of Colonel Landon Carter of Sabine Hall,1752-1778. (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia for the Virginia Historical Society, 1965).
Harrison, Fairfax, Landmarks of Old Prince William. (Berryville, Va.: Virginia Book Company, 1964). A one-volume reprint of the 1924 two-volume edition.
Headlam, Cecil. Calendar of State Papers Colonial Series, America and the West Indies, 1704-05. (London: H.M. Stationery Office, 1916, etc).
Horwitz, H., W.A. Speck, and W.A. Gray, eds. London Politics 1713-1717: Minutes of a Whig Club 1714-1717. London Pollbooks 1713. ( Bristol: London Record Society, 1981).
Jones, Christine A. John Carter II of "Corotoman" Lancaster County, Virginia. (Irvington, VA: Foundation for Historic Christ Church, 1978).
Jones, Christine Adams. Orders Book Entries at Lancaster County Court House Lancaster, Virginia Referring to "Robert Carter of Corotoman (1663-1732)." (Irvington, Virginia: Historic Christ Church Foundation, 1978). This near-print transcript provides abstracts of the Lancaster County Court Order Book 7, l721-1729, now in Archives Research Services, Library of Virginia, Richmond.
John T. Kneebone et al., Dictionary of Virginia Biography. (Richmond: Library of Virginia, 1998). Vols. 1-
Kukla, Jon. Speakers and Clerks of the Virginia House of Burgesses, 1643-1776. (Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1981).
Lee, Cazenove Gardner, Jr. Lee Chronicle: Studies of the Early Generations of the Lees of Virginia. (New York: NYU Press, 1957).
McGrath, Patrick. The Merchants Venturers of Bristol: A History of the Society of Merchant Venturers of the City of Bristol from its Origin to the Present Day. (Bristol: Society of Merchant Venturers, 1975).
McGrath, Patrick, ed. Records Relating to the Society of Merchant Venturers of the City of Bristol in the Seventeenth Century. (Bristol: Bristol Records Society, 1951).
McIlwaine, H. R., ed., Executive Journals of the Council of Colonial Virginia, 2(1699-1705), 3(1705-1721) and 4(1721-1739). (Richmond: Superintendent of Public Printing, 1927, etc).
McIlwaine, H. R., ed. Journal of the House of Burgesses, 1702/3-1705, 1705-1706, 1710-1712. (Richmond: Colonial Press, 1912).
Miller, Mary R. Place-Names of the Northern Neck of Virginia, From John Smith's 1600 Map to the Present. (Richmond: Virginia State Library, 1983).
Minchinton, W. E. Politics and the Port of Bristol in the Eighteenth Century: The Petitions of the Society of Merchant Venturers 1698-1803. (Bristol Record Society, 1963).
Morton, Louis. Robert Carter of Nomini Hall. (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia, 1964). Reprint of the 1945 edition.
Morton, Richard L. Colonial Virginia. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1960). 2 vols.
Morton, Richard L. ed. The Present State of Virginia. . . by Hugh Jones. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press for the Virginia Historical Society, 1956).
Norris, Walter Biscoe, Jr. Westmoreland County Virginia. (Montross, Virginia: Westmoreland County Board of Supervisors, 1963).
O'Neal, William B. Architecture in Virginia: An Official Guide to Four Centuries of Building in Virginia. (New York: Walker & Co., 1968).
Peet, Henry, ed. Liverpool Vestry Books 1681-1834. (Liverpool, 1834.) 2 vols.
Picton, James A. City of Liverpool, Selections from the Municipal Archives and Records, from the 13th to the 17th Century Inclusive. (Liverpool, 1883).
Picton, James A. ed. Municipal Archives and Records from A. D. 1700 to the Passing of the Municipal Reform Act, 1835. (Liverpool, 1907).
Price, Jacob M. Perry of London: A Family and a Firm on the Seaborne Frontier, 1614-1753. (Cambridge, MA, and London: Harvard University Press, 1992).
Raimo, John W. Directory of American Colonial and Revolutionary Governors 1607-1789. (Westport, CT: Meckler Books, 1980).
Rouse, Parke, Jr. James Blair of Virginia. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1971).
Rutman, Darrett B., and Anita H. Rutman. A Place in Time: Middlesex County, Virginia 1650-1750. (New York and London: Norton, 1984).
Ryland, Elizabeth Lowell. Richmond County Virginia: A Review Commemorating the Bicentennial. (Warsaw, VA: Richmond County Board of Supervisors, 1976).
Sedgwick, Romney. The History of Pariament: The House of Commons, 1715-1754. (New York: Oxford, 1970).
Sorrells, Nancy T. Landholders & Landholdings: Christ Church Parish Lancaster County, Virginia. ( Irvington, VA: Lot's Wife Publishing for the Foundation for Historic Christ Church, 2004).
Stanard, William G., and Mary Newton. Colonial Virginia Register. (Albany, NY: Joel Munsell's Sons, Publishers, 1902).
Tinling, Marion. The Correspondence of the Three William Byrds of Westover, Virginia 1684-1776. (Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia for the Virginia Historical Society, 1977).
Tinling, Marion. The Secret Diary of William Byrd of Westover, 1709-1712. (Richmond: Dietz Press, 1941).
Torrance, Clayton. Virginia Wills and Administrations,1632-1800. (Richmond: William Byrd Press, 1931).
Tyler, Lyon Gardiner. Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography. (New York, 1915).
Wright, Louis B. Letters of Robert Carter 1720-1727: The Commercial Interests of a Virginia Gentleman. (San Marino, CA: Huntington Library, 1940).
MANUSCRIPTS AND ORIGINAL SOURCES
Collector's return for Rappahannock River, 1701 December 25-1702 March 25, CO5/1441, found in the microfilms of the Virginia Colonial Records Project, Albert H. Small Special Collections Library, University of Virginia)
Collector's Return for Rappahannock River, 1701 March 24-June 24, C.O. 5/1441, found in the microfilms of the Virginia Colonial Records Project, Albert H. Small Special Collections Library, University of Virginia.
Egerton MS921, British Library, cited in Alison G. Olson. "The Virginia Merchants of London: A Study in Eighteenth-Century Interest-Group Politics." William and Mary Quarterly (3rd. ser., 40(1983): 363-388).
Lancaster County Court Order Book 5, 1702-1713. Archives Research, Library of Virginia, Richmond).
Lomax Family Bible records, #4904. Albert H. Small Special Collections Library, University of Virginia.
Naval officer's return for Rappahannock River, 1700 February 19-June 24,CO5/1441, ff 13, found in the microfilms of the Virginia Colonial Records Project, Albert H. Small Special Collections Library, University of Virginia.