First Published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
"Charles Mosley and his team have succeeded beyond expectation, and these two substantial volumes are a considerable achievement. And at $395 they are by no means unduly expensive: 3,467 pages of densely presented information, and a huge and very useful index of more than 100,000 living persons mentioned in it, all testify to the scale of the work, which makes this 106th edition seem a bargain." -- Times Literary Supplement
"Libraries serving genealogists and family researchers will certainly wish to acquire the 106th edition of Burke's Peerage and Baronetage. Libraries with a strong British history collections will find Burke's continued emphasis on lineage invaluable for tracing connections of consanguinity at play in British history. Recommended for research, college and universities libraries." -- Reference & User Services Quarterly
"The new issue of Burke's after nearly a 30-year hiatus can only be greeted with enthusiasm. Genealogists (professional and amateur) and historians will find this edition as important to research as the previous 105 editions spanning nearly two centuries… The extent of the undertaking is amazing… Burke's remains an important reference for those who study the complexities of British history. Recommended for all libraries." -- Choice