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Dareste de La Chavanne, Antoine, Archives des Missions scientifiques et littéraires. Choix de rapports et instructions, Imprimerie nationale, 1850, 722 p.

Everett Green, Mary Anne (ed.), Calendar of the Proceedings of the Committee for Advance of Money, 1642-1656, London, Printed for Her Majestys Stationery Office, 1888.

Everett Green, Mary Anne (ed.), Calendar of the Proceedings of the Committee for Compounding, 1643-1660, London, Printed for Her Majestys Stationery Office, 1890.

Firth, Charles Harding et Rait R. S. (eds.), Acts and ordinances of the interregnum 1642-1660, London, H.M. Stationery office, 1911.

Fortescue, G. K. (ed.), Catalogue of the Pamphlets, Books, Newspapers and Manuscripts relating to the civil war, the Commonwealth and Restoration, collected by George Thomason, 1640-1661, London, The British Museum, 1908.

Nalson, John, An Impartial Collection of the Great Affairs of State, From the Beginning of the Scotch Rebellion In the Year MDCXXXIX To the Murther of King Charles I…, London, Printed for S. Mearne, 1682.

Thurloe, John, A collection of the State papers of John Thurloe,… containing authentic memorials of the English affairs from the year 1638 to the Restoration of king Charles II, published from the originals… including also a considerable number of original letters and papers… the whole digested into an exact order of time. To which is prefixed the life of Mr. Thurloe, with a complete index to each volume, by Thomas Birch,…, London, printed for the executor of the late Mr. Fletcher Gyles, T. Woodward and C. Davis, 1742.

Venn, John et J.A., Alumni Cantabrigienses a biographical list of all known students, graduates and holders of office at the University of Cambridge, from the earliest times to 1900 compiled by John Venn and J.A. Venn, vol. 1 (ii), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1922.

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Woodcroft, Bennet, Appendix To Reference Index of Patents of Invention, London, Printed and Published by order of the Honourable the Commissionners of Patents, 1855.

Information, édition, opinion

Anthony, H. Sylvia, « Mercurius Politicus under Milton », Journal of the History of Ideas, vol. 27, no 4, 1966, p. 593–609.

Arber, Edward, A Transcript of the Registers of the Company of Stationers of London, 1554-1640, vol. 4, London, 1877.

Atherton, I., « The Press and Popular Political Opinion », in A companion to Stuart Britain, Malden (Mass.), Blackwell Publ., 2003, p. 88–110.

Borot, Luc, « Lescapade espagnole de Charles et Buckingham : un feuilleton dactualité dans les nouvelles à la main de Joseph Mead en 1623 », XVII-XVIII. Bulletin de la société détudes anglo-américaines des xviie et xviiie siècles, no 50, 2000, p. 193–208.

Bourcier, Élisabeth, Les Journaux privés en Angleterre de 1600 à 1660, Paris, Publications de la Sorbonne, 1976, 496 p.

Brétéché, Marion, Les compagnons de Mercure. Journalisme et politique dans lEurope de Louis XIV, Seyssel, Champ Vallon, 2015, 356 p.

Brownlees, Nicholas, The language of periodical news in seventeenth-century England, Newcastle upon Tyne, Cambridge Scholars, 2014, 227 p.

Cockburn, D.A.J., « Critical edition of the letters of the Reverend Joseph Mead, 1626-1627, contained in British Library Harleian MS. 390 », 1994, Cambridge.

Curelly, Laurent, An Anatomy of an English Radical Newspaper. The Moderate (1648-1649), Cambridge, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2017, 280 p.

Cust, Richard, « News and Politics in Early Seventeenth-Century England », Past & Present, no. 112, 1986, p. 60–90.

Davies, Simon F. et Fletcher Puck (eds.), News in early modern Europe : currents and connections, Leiden Boston, Brill, 2014, 271 p.

Dooley, Brendan Maurice et Baron Sabrina Alcorn, The politics of information in early modern Europe, London, Routledge, 2001, 310 p.

Dutton, Richard, Ben Jonson, Volpone and the gunpowder plot, Cambridge, Cambridge university press, 2008, 178 p.

Feyel, Gilles, Lannonce et la nouvelle : la presse dinformation en France sous lAncien Régime (1630-1788), Oxford, Voltaire foundation, 2000, 1387 p.

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Frank, Joseph, The Beginnings of the English newspaper, 1620-1660, Cambridge (Mass.), Harvard university press, 1961, 384 p.

Fraser, Peter, The Intelligence of the secretaries of State and their monopoly of licensed news, 1660-1688, by Peter Fraser, Cambridge, University press, 1956.

Freist, Dagmar, Governed by opinion : politics, religion and the dynamics of communication in Stuart London 1637-1645, London, Tauris academic studies I.B. Tauris, 1997, 338 p.

Friedman, Jerome, Miracles and the pulp press during the English revolution : the battle of the frogs and fairfords flies, London, UCL, 1993, 304 p.

Globe, Alexander, Peter Stent, London Printseller circa 1642-1665 : being a catalogue raisonné of his engraved prints and books with an historical and bibliographical introduction, Vancouver, University of British Columbia Press, 1985, 268 p.

Green, Mary Anne Everett Wood (ed.), Diary of John Rous, incumbent of Santon Downham Suffolk from 1625 to 1642, London, Printed for the Camden Society, 1856, 141 p.

Haffemayer, Stéphane, « Espaces et réseaux de linformation politique autour dIsmaël Boulliau au xviie siècle », in Réseaux de correspondance à lâge classique (xvie-xviiie siècle), Saint-Étienne, Publications de lUniversité de Saint-Étienne, 2006, p. 59–66.

Haffemayer, Stéphane, Linformation dans la France du xviie siècle : “La Gazette” de Renaudot, de 1647 à 1663, Paris, H. Champion, 2002, 848 p.

Haffemayer, Stéphane, « Politique européenne et conduite de lÉtat chez Courtilz de Sandras (1644-1712) », in Littérature de contestation : pamphlets et polémiques du règne de Louis XIV aux Lumières, Éditions Le Manuscrit, Paris, textes réunis et publiés par Pierre Bonnet, 2011, p. 137–161.

Haffemayer, Stéphane, « Théophraste Renaudot (1586-1653) : les idées humanitaires dun homme de communication », 2006, en ligne sur http://halshs.archives-ouvertes.fr/halshs-00637314.

Haffemayer, Stéphane, « Transferts culturels dans la presse européenne au xviie siècle », Le Temps des médias, vol. 11, no 2, 2008, p. 25–43.

Harris, Tim, London crowds in the reign of Charles II : propaganda and politics from the Restoration until the exclusion crisis, Cambridge, Royaume-Uni, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1990, 264 p.

Harris, Tim, « Propaganda and public opinion in seventeenth century England », in Media and Revolution : Comparative Perspectives, Popkin, Jérémy D., Lexington, University Press of Kentucky, p. 1995.

Higgs, Edward, The information state in England : the central collection of information on citizens since 1500, New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2004, 284 p.

Infelise, Mario, Prima dei giornali : alle origini della pubblica informazione secoli xvie-xviie, Roma, Laterza, 2002, 232 p.

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Jardine, Lisa et Sherman, William, « Pragmatic readers : knowledge transactions and scholarly services in late Elizabethan England », in Religion, Culture and Society in Early Modern Britain : Essays in Honour of Patrick Collinson, Cambridge University Press, 1994, p. 102–124.

Jubert, Gérard, Théophraste Renaudot (1586-1653) : père des journalistes et médecin des pauvres, Paris, C.H.A.N. / Champion, 2005, 658 p.

Kyle, Chris R., « From Broadside to Pamphlet : Print and Parliament in the Late 1620s », Parliamentary History, vol. 26, no 1, 2007, p. 17–29.

Lambert, Sheila, « The Beginning of Printing for the House of Commons », The Library, vol. III, no 1, 1981, p. 43–61.

Lamont, William M., Marginal Prynne, 1600-1669, London, Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1963, 250 p.

Leslie, Michael et Raylor Timothy, Culture and Cultivation in early Modern England. Writing and the Land, Leicester and London, Leicester University Press, 1992, 241 p.

Levy, F. J., « How Information Spread among the Gentry, 1550-1640 », Journal of British Studies, vol. 21, no 2, 1982, p. 11–34.

Lisle, C.John, « Rowland Whyte, Elizabethan Letter-Writer », Studies in the Renaissance, vol. 8, 1961, p. 217–235.

Love, Harold H. R., Scribal publication in seventeenth-century England, Oxford, Clarendon press, 1993, 379 p.

Loveman, Kate, « Political Information in the Seventeenth Century », The Historical Journal, vol. 48, no 2, 2005, p. 555–565.

Mazauric, Simone (ed.), De la petite fille velue et autres conférences du Bureau dAdresse. Théophraste Renaudot (1586-1653), Paris, Klincksieck, 2004, 152 p.

McKenzie, D.F., « “The Staple of news” and the Late Plays », in A Celebration of Ben Jonson, William Blisset, Julian Patrick, Richard Waight Van Fossen (eds), Toronto, University of Toronto Press, 1973, p. 196.

Mendle, Michael, « De Facto Freedom, De Facto Authority : Press and Parliament, 1640-1643 », The Historical Journal, vol. 38, no 2, 1995, p. 307–332.

Moureau, François, Répertoire des nouvelles à la main : dictionnaire de la presse manuscrite clandestine xvie-xviiie siècle, Oxford, Voltaire foundation, 1999, 517 p.

Muggli, Mark Z., « Ben Jonson and the Business of News », Studies in English Literature, 1500-1900, vol. 32, no 2, 1992, p. 323–340.

Nelson, Carolyn et Seccombe, Matthew, British newspapers and periodicals, 1641-1700 : a short-title catalogue of serials printed in England, Scotland, Ireland, and British America, with a checklist of serials printed 1701-March 1702 and chronological, geographical, foreign language, subject, publisher and 595editor indexes, 1641-1702, New York, Modern language association of America, 1987, 724 p.

Nelson, Carolyn et Seccombe, Matthew, « The creation of the periodical press 1620-1695 », in The Cambridge history of the book in Britain, vol. IV 1557-1695, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, Barnard John, D.F. McKenzie, 2002.

Peacey, Jason, Politicians and pamphleteers : propaganda during the English civil wars and interregnum, Hants, Ashgate Publishing, 2004, 417 p.

Peacey, Jason, « Print, Publicity, and Popularity : The Projecting of Sir Balthazar Gerbier, 1642–1662 », Journal of British Studies, vol. 51, no 2, 2012, p. 284–307.

Peacey, Jason, « The Dissemination of News and the Emergence of Contemporaneity in Early Modern Europe », Media History, vol. 17, no 3, 2011, p. 328–330.

Petitjean, Johann, Lintelligence des choses. Une histoire de linformation entre Italie et Méditerranée (xvie-xviie siècles), École Française de Rome, 2013.

Plomer, Henry R., A Dictionary of the Booksellers and Printers who were at work in England, Scotland and Ireland from 1641 to 1667, London, Printed for the Bibliographical Society by Blades, East & Blades, 1907, 199 p.

Powell, William Stevens, John Pory, 1572-1636 : the life and letters of a man of many parts letters and other minor writings, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina press, 1977, 187 p.

Randall, David, « Joseph Mead, Novellante : News, Sociability, and Credibility in Early Stuart England », Journal of British Studies, vol. 45, no 2, 2006, p. 293–312.

Raymond, Joad (ed.), Making the news : an anthology of the newsbooks of revolutionary England 1641-1660, New York, St. Martins press, 1993, 491 p.

Raymond, Joad (ed.), News networks in seventeenth-century Britain and Europe, London, Routledge, 2006, 167 p.

Raymond, Joad, The invention of the newspaper : English newsbooks 1641-1649, New edition, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 2005, 379 p.

Raymond, Joad, « The Newspaper, Public Opinion, and the Public Sphere in the Seventeenth Century », Prose Studies : History, Theory, Criticism, vol. 21, no 2, 1998, p. 109–136.

Records of the Court of the Stationers Company 1603-1640, William A. Jackson (ed.), Londres, Bibliographical Society, 1957.

Reese, Christine Noelle, « Controlling Print ? Burton, Bastwick and Prynne and the Politics of Memory », Pennsylvania State University, 2007.

Rockwood, Catherine, « “Know Thy Side” : Propaganda and Parody in Jonsons “Staple of News” », ELH, vol. 75, no 1, 2008, p. 135–149.

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Shaaber, Matthias Adam, Some forerunners of the newspaper in England, 1476-1622, a thesis… by Matthias A. Shaaber, Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania press, 1929, 368 p.

Sharpe, Kevin, « Crown, Parliament and Locality : Government and Communication in Early Stuart England », The English Historical Review, vol. CI, no 399, 1986, p. 321–350.

Siebert, Fredrick Seaton, Freedom of the press in England, 1476-1776, the rise and decline of government controls, Urbana, University of Illinois press, 1952, 411 p.

Slack, Paul, « Government and Information in Seventeenth-Century England », Past & Present, no 184, 2004, p. 33–68.

Stephens, Mitchell, A history of news, 3rd ed, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2007, 356 p.

Stussy, Susan Agnes, « Michael Sparke, Puritain and Printer. A Dissertation Presented for the Doctor of Philosophy Degree », 1983, University of Tennessee.

Wheale, Nigel, Writing and society : literacy, print, and politics in Britain, 1590-1660, London New York, Routledge, 1999.

Worden, Blair, « Milton and Marchamont Nedham », in Milton and republicanism, Quentin Skinner (dir), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1995, p. 156–180.

Zaret, David, Origins of democratic culture : printing, petitions, and the public sphere in early-modern England, Princeton, Princeton University Press, 2000, 291 p.

Zaret, David, « Petitions and the “Invention” of Public Opinion in the English Revolution », American Journal of Sociology, vol. 101, no 6, 1996, p. 1497–1555.

Hartlib et autres réseaux épistolaires

Baillie, Robert, The Letters and Journals of Robert Baillie, 1637-1662, Edinburgh, 1841.

Barnett, Pamela R., Theodore Haak 1605-1690), the first German translator of “Paradise lost,” s-Gravenhage, Mouton and Co, 1962, 274 p.

Batten, Minton J., John Dury : Advocate of christian Reunion, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1944, 227 p.

Beaurepaire, Pierre-Yves (ed.), La plume et la toile : pouvoirs et réseaux de correspondance dans lEurope des Lumières [actes du colloque tenu les 26 et 27 octobre 2000 à lUniversité dArtois, Arras], Arras, Artois presses Université, 2002, 343 p.

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Begemann, Wilhelm, Comenius und die Freimaurer, Berlin, Allemagne, Mittler, 1906, 56 p.

Begemann, Wilhelm, Vorgeschichte und Anfänge der Freimaurerei in England, von Wilhelm Begemann, Berlin, E. S. Mittler und Sohn, 1909.

Betcherman, Lita-Rose, « Balthazar Gerbier : a Renaissance man in early Stuart England », 1968, Toronto, Ph. D. diss., University of Toronto.

Bethencourt, Francisco et Egmond, Florike (eds.), Correspondence and Cultural Exchange in Europe, 1400-1700, vol. 3, Cambridge, Cambrige University Press, 2007, 374 p.

Birch, Thomas, The History of the royal Society of London for improving of natural knowledge from its first rise, in which the most considerable of those papers communicated to the Society, which have hiherto not been published, are inserted in their proper order, as a supplement to the “Philosophical transactions,” London, A. Millar, 1756.

Blekastad, Milada, Comenius, Versuch eines Umrisses von Leben, Werk und Schicksal des Jan Amos Komenský, von Milada Blekastad, Oslo, Universitetsforlaget ; Praha, Academia, 1969, 892 p.

Boyle, Robert, The Works of the honourable Robert Boyle, in five volumes, to which is prefixed the life of the author. (Edited by T. Birch.), London, J. and F. Rivington, 1772.

Braddick, M. J. et Greengrass, Mark, « The Letters of Sir Cheney Culpeper, 1641–1657 », Camden Fifth Series, vol. 7, no. 1, 1996, p. 105.

Brown, Harcourt, Scientific organizations in Seventeenth Century France (1620-1680), Baltimore, The Williams and Wilkins Company, 1934.

Bush, Sargent (ed.), The correspondence of John Cotton, Chapel Hill (N.C.) Williamsburg (Va.), University of North Carolina Press Omohundro Institute of Early American history and culture, 2001, 548 p.

Caire, Guy, « Un précurseur négligé : William Petty, ou Lapproche systématique du développement économique », Revue économique, vol. 16, no 5, 1965, p. 734–776.

Clericuzio, Antonio, Hunter Michael, Principe Lawrence (ed.), The Correspondence of Robert Boyle, Londres, Pickering & Chatto, 6 vol., 2001.

Clucas, Stephen, « Samuel Hartlibs Ephemerides, 1635–59, and the Pursuit of Scientific and Philosophical Manuscripts : The Religious Ethos of an Intelligencer », The Seventeenth Century, vol. 6, no 1, 1991, p. 33–55.

Cram, David et Maat Jaap, « Dalgarno in Paris », Histoire Épistémologie Langage, vol. 20, no. 2, 1998, p. 167–179.

Crossley, James (ed.), The Diary and Correspondence of Dr. John Worthington, master of Jesus College, Cambridge, Vice-chancellor of the University of Cambridge…, 2 vol., Manchester, Printed for the Chetham Society, 1847-1855.

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Davis, Edward, Hunter, Michael (ed.), The Works of Robert Boyle, Londres, Pickering & Chatto, 14 vol., 1999-2000.

Daybell, James, « Recent Studies in the Seventeenth-Century Letters. », English Literary Renaissance, vol. 36, no 1, 2006, p. 135–170.

Dennehy, Myriam et Ramond, Charles (éd.), La philosophie naturelle de Robert Boyle, Paris, Vrin, 2009, 416 p.

Dibon, Paul, « Les échanges épistolaires dans lEurope savante du xviie siècle », Revue de Synthèse, vol. 97, 1976, p. 31–50.

Dickson, Donald R., The Tessera of Antilia : Utopian Brotherhoods and Secret Societies in the Early Seventeenth Century, Brill, 1998, 293 p.

Greengrass, Mark, « Archive Refractions : Hartlibs Papers and the workings of an Intelligencer », in Archives of the Scientific Revolution. The formation and Exchange of Ideas in Seventeenth-Century Europe, Michael Hunter (dir.), Woodbridge, Boydell Press, 1998, p. 35–47.

Greengrass, Mark, « Samuel Hartlib and International Calvinism », Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland, vol. 25, no 5, 1993, p. 464–475.

Greengrass, Mark, « Samuel Hartlib and Scribal communication », Acta Comeniana, no. 12, 1997, p. 47–62.

Greengrass, Mark, « Samuel Hartlib and the commonwealth of learning », in The Cambridge history of the book in Britain, John Barnard et D.F. McKenzie, Cambridge, 2002, p. 304–322.

Greengrass, Mark, « Samuel Hartlib : “Intelligenceur” européen », in Diffusion du savoir et affrontement des idées (1600-1770), 1993, p. 213–234.

Greengrass, Mark, « Sir Balthazar Gerbier et la machine à calculer de Pascal », Courrier du Centre International Blaise Pascal, no 19, 1997, p. 10–16.

Greengrass, Mark, « The Financing of a seventeenth-century intellectual : contributions for Comenius, 1637-1641 », Acta Comeniana, no. 11, p. 71–87.

Greengrass, Mark, « Three Foreigners : The Philosophers of the Puritan Revolution », in Hugh Trevor-Roper, the Historian, London, I.B. Tauris, 2016.

Greengrass, Mark et Leslie, Michael et Raylor, Timothy (eds.), Samuel Hartlib and universal reformation : studies in intellectual communication, Cambridge England, Royaume-Uni, États-Unis, New York : Cambridge University Press, 1994, 372 p.

Greengrass, Mark et Penman, Leigh T. I., « Lombre des archives dans les cultures du savoir du xviie siècle. Les “papiers de Samuel Hartlib (c. 1600-1662)” », Bibliothèque de lécole des chartes, 2011, p. 1–15.

Hall, A. Rupert, « Henry Oldenburg et les relations scientifiques au xviie siècle », Revue dhistoire des sciences et de leurs applications, vol. 23, no 4, 1970, p. 285–304.

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Halliwell, James Orchard (ed.), The autobiography and correspondence of Sir Simonds dEwes, … during the reigns of James I and Charles I, Richard Bentley, 1845, 479 p.

Hotson, Howard, Commonplace learning : Ramism and its German ramifications, 1543-1630, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2007, 333 p.

Hotson, Howard, « Philosophical Pedagogy in Reformed Central Europe between Ramus and Comenius : a survey of the continental background of the “Three Foreigners” », in Samuel Hartlib and Universel Reformation : Studies in Intellectual Communication, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1994, p. 29–50.

Hunter, Lynette (ed.), The Letters of Dorothy Moore, 1612-1664. The Friendships, Marriage and Intellectual Life of a Seventeenth-Century Woman, Hants, Burlington, Ashgate, 2004.

Knox, H. M., « William Pettys advice to Samuel Hartlib », British Journal of Educational Studies, vol. 1, no 2, 1953, p. 131–142.

Kronick, David A., « The Commerce of Letters : Networks and “Invisible Colleges” in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Europe », The Library Quarterly, vol. 71, no 1, 2001, p. 28–43.

Léchot, Pierre-Olivier, Un christianisme “sans partialité” : irénisme et méthode chez John Dury, v. 1600-1680, Paris, H. Champion, 2011, 591 p.

Leng, Thomas, Benjamin Worsley (1618-1677) : Trade, Interest, and the Spirit in Revolutionary England, London, The Boydell Press, 2008, 230 p.

Malcolm, Noel et Stedall, Jacqueline, John Pell (1611-1685) and His Correspondence with Sir Charles Cavendish. The Mental World of an Early Modern Mathematician, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2004, 664 p.

Mandrou, Robert, Des Humanistes Aux Hommes de Science, Paris, Éditions du Seuil, 1973, 251 p.

Masson, David, The Life of John Milton : narrated in connection with the Political, Ecclesiastical, and Literary History of his Time., London, Macmillan and Co, 1859.

Matei, Oana, « Gabriel Plattes, Hartlib Circle and the Interest for Husbandry in the Seventeenth Century England », Prolegomena, vol. 11, no 2, 2012, p. 207–224.

Matei, Oana, « Macaria, the Hartlib Circle, and Husbanding Creation », Society & Politics / Societate şi Politică, vol. 7, no 2, 2013, p. 7–33.

Mazauric, Simone, Savoirs et philosophie à Paris dans la première moitié du xviie siècle “Les conférences du Bureau dadresse” de Théophraste Renaudot (1633-1642), Paris, Publications de la Sorbonne, 1997, 393 p.

McClure, Norman Egbert (ed.), The Letters of John Chamberlain, Philadelphia, The American Philosophical Society, 1939.

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Meerhoff, Kees, « Pédagogie et Rhétorique Ramistes : Le Cas Fouquelin », Rhetorica : A Journal of the History of Rhetoric, vol. 5, no 4, 1987, p. 419–429.

Milton, Anthony, « “The Unchanged Peacemaker” ? John Dury and the politics of irenicism in England, 1628-1643 », in Samuel Hartlib and Universal Reformation, Mark Greengrass, Michael Leslie, Timothy Raylor (eds), Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1994, p. 95–117.

Mulsow, Martin, « Quest-ce quune constellation philosophique ? », Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales, vol. 64e année, no 1, 2009, p. 81–109.

Newman, William Royall, Alchemy tried in the fire : Starkey, Boyle, and the fate of Helmontian chemistry, London, University of Chicago Press, 2002, 344 p.

Nichols, John, Antiquities Biographical and Miscellaneous ; Being the Sixth Volume of the Bibliotheca Topographica Britannica, vol. 6, London, Printed by and for J. Nichols, 1790, 95 p.

Oldenburg, Henry, The Correspondence of Henry Oldenburg, 1 : 1641-1662. With the collaboration of Eberhard Reichmann, Madison London Philadelphia, University of Wisconsin Press, ed. and transl. by A. Rupert Hall and Marie Boas Hall, 1965.

Pepys, Samuel, Journal, Paris, Mercure de France, 1985, 394 p.

Pepys, Samuel, The Diary of Samuel Pepys,… transcribed from the shorthand manuscript in the pepysian library… by the Rev. Mynors Brigtk.,… vith Lord Braybrookes notes, edited with additions by Henry B. Wheatley,… Vol. I [-VIII]. – Vol. IX. Index. – [Vol. X.] Supplementary volume. Pepysiana, or Additional notes on the particulars of Pepyss life and on same passages in the Diary, with appendixes, London, G. Bell and sons, 1897.

Petty, William, The Economic writings of Sir William Petty, together with the observations upon the bills of mortality, more probably by captain John Graunt. Edited by Charles Henry Hull,…, Cambridge, the University Press, 1899.

Pope, Walter, The Life of the Right Reverend Father in God Seth, Lord Bishop of Salisbury, and Chancellor of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, London, Printed for William Keblewbite, at the Swan in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1697, 193 p.

Prévot, Jacques, Coménius : lutopie éducative, Paris, Belin, 1981, 286 p.

Raylor, Timothy, « Providence and Technology in the English Civil War : Edmund Felton and his engine », Renaissance Studies, vol. 7, no 4, 1993, p. 338–344.

Raylor, Timothy, « Samuel Hartlib and the Commonwealth of Bees », in Culture and Cultivation in early-modern England. Writing and the Land, Leicester, Michael Leslie and Timothy Raylor, 1992, p. 91–129.

Ruellet, Aurélien et Brioist, Pascal, Le réseau des correspondants de Marin Mersenne, Tours, France, 2005, 167 p.

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Salvadori, Stefania (ed.), Inventar de Briefwechsels von Valentin Andreae (1586-1654), Wiesbaden, Harrassowitz Verlag, 2018.

Stimson, Dorothy, « Hartlib, Haak and Oldenburg : Intelligencers », Isis, vol. 31, no 2, 1940, p. 309–326.

Teague, Frances N., Bathsua Makin, woman of learning, Lewisburg, Bucknell University Press, 1998, 196 p.

Turnbull, George Henry, Hartlib, Dury and Comenius : gleanings from Hartlibs papers, Liverpool, University Press of Liverpool, 1947, 477 p.

Turnbull, George Henry, « John Halls letters to Samuel Hartlib », Review of English Studies, 1953.

Turnbull, George Henry, Samuel Hartlib : a sketch of his life and his relations to J. A. Comenius, by G. H. Turnbull,…, Oxford, University Press, 1920.

Turnbull, George Henry, Samuel Hartlib with special regard to his relations with J. A. Comenius, London, 1919.

Webster, Charles, The great instauration : science, medicine and reform, 1626-1660, Bern, Peter Lang, 2002, 630 p.

Webster, Charles, Utopian planning and the puritan revolution : Gabriel Plattes, Samuel Hartlib and Macaria, Oxford, Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, research publication, 1979.

Webster, Charles (ed.), Samuel Hartlib and the advancement of learning, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1970, 220 p.

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Le gouvernement cromwellien

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Les Vaudois

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