All the state papers from the accession of Edward VI (1547) to the second year of Queen Anne (1704) have been published in official calendars. They are a rich mine of information on everything under the sun, and have reasonably, but not consistently, good indexes. The List and Index Society has published a Calendar of State Papers (Domestic) for the reign of George I (1714–27). The term ‘Home Office’ was used for domestic, as distinct from foreign, affairs later in the century. See the Calendar of Home Office Papers of the Reign of George II, 1760 to 1775.
http://www.british-history.ac.uk/subject.asp?subject+1 Calendar of State Papers, Domestic.