A Note on Citations for Archival Sources
Bibliographic information for archival sources is given in the endnotes (with the exception of one type of British National Archives Foreign Office document, noted below). Following are explanations for the abbreviations and numbers used in those citations.
British National Archives (formerly Public Record Office), Kew: “National Archives (UK)” followed by department code, series number, file number, document description. Department codes: CO (Colonial Office), FO (Foreign Office), PRO (Domestic Records of the Public Records Office, Gifts, Deposits, Notes, and Transcripts).
Bibliographic entries below that are listed under “Foreign Office” are for documents in Further correspondence respecting the affairs of Siam, a printed annual collection of Foreign Office documents from the previous year, for internal use. The collection is held by the British National Archives in the series FO 422.
Thailand’s Council of State: “Kritsadika” followed by file number, year (using the Buddhist calendar), document description.
Thai National Archives in Bangkok: “National Archives” followed by record group number, file number, document description. The record group number includes the following ministerial codes: K (Kaset, Agriculture), Kh (Khlang, Finance), M (Mahatthai, Interior), O (Murathathon, Privy Seal), SR (Samnak nayokrattamontri, Office of the Prime Minister), T (Tang prathet, Foreign Affairs). Documents that can be accessed on microfilm are grouped by reign and ministry. For example, R5 K refers to the reign of Rama V (Chulalongkorn) and the Ministry of Agriculture (Kaset). Documents in hard copy are grouped primarily along ministerial lines, without reference to the reign in which they were produced.
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