Corpora, archives and tools

EBBA = English Broadside Ballad Archive
University of California at Santa Barbara. [URL].
EEBO = Early English Books Online
LNC = Lancaster Newsbooks Corpus
Compiled by Tony McEnery & Andrew Hardie. [URL].
The London Gazette Archive
(1665–) [URL].
The Official King James Bible Online
(1611) [URL].
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey, 1674–1913

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