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Australian Joint Copying Project

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Works: 915 works in 994 publications in 1 language and 4,344 library holdings
Genres: History  Archives  Records and correspondence  Bibliography  Registers (Lists)  Diaries 
Classifications: CD1048.A85, 016.994
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Australian Joint Copying Project handbook( Book )

2 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 33 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Records [M212-216] by Church Missionary Society (Great Britain)( )

6 editions published in 1950 in English and held by 30 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Records concerning the New Zealand Mission. Includes: letterbook, 1879-1914 containing copies of outgoing letters from the C.M.S. secretaries; correspondence and other papers received from New Zealand, 1880-1914 dealing with activities of missionaries in New Zealand; correspondence and other papers received from N.Z., 1879-1914 re the work of the New Zealand Mission Board, cessation of C.M.S. grants in 1903 and work of missionaries; and precis books, 1880-1914 of incoming letters for each meeting of the Group Committee
Collections held by Devon Record Office relating to Australia and New Zealand [M2053]( )

in English and held by 28 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

1. Transportation order, 1821-25 for removal of convicts from Exeter Gaol to hulks or transports. 2. Papers of Henry Addington, Viscount Sidmouth, 1801-78. 3. Prospectus of Aladdin's Lamp Gold Mining Co., 1892 and plan of Company property situated between Bathurst and Orange, N.S.W. 4. Papers of George Ponsford, Christchurch, 1877-81. 5. Prowse family papers, 1883-88. 6. Journal of Mrs Frances Thomson, wife of ship's medical officer on voyage of the Selkirkshire from Glasgow to Rockhampton, 1882. 7. Correspondence of Mrs Grendon, 1859 re Christchurch. 8. Records of Parish of Feniton, 1905 relating to Bishop J.C. Patteson
Records [M149,152-166] by Methodist Missionary Society( )

in English and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

M121-123: Minutes of meetings of committees in the overseas districts, namely New South Wales, New Zealand and Van Diemen's Land, 1822-55. In 1841 the district "Australia", meeting in Sydney, first appears, with committees meeting in the various states to deal with local affairs. M123-124: Minutes of meetings of the committee for the district of Fiji 1835-54. (M988-991 include Fiji district minutes and reports 1835-52, copied from the originals held by the Mitchell Library). Minutes of meetings of the committee for the Friendly Islands 1833-55. No minutes appear to be extant for the period 1829-32
Collections held by the Royal Commonwealth Society relating to Australia [M1693]( )

in English and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

1. Murdoch family papers, 1822-1889. 2. 6 letters probably written to Alexander Macleay, 1834-1835. 3. Reports of visits to penal settlements at Port Arthur and Norfolk Island and Aboriginal settlements at Flinders Island, 1833-35 / James Backhouse and George W. Walker. 4. Notes on Australian blue gum tree, ca. 1873 / William Bell. 5. The writing of colonial history, 1895 / James Bonwick. 6. Sketches of mining scenes in Australia / Browne. 7. Papers re convict transports Barrossa (1839), Margaret (1842) and Lord Petre (1843). 8. Letterbook of Maj.-Gen. Henry Despard, 1846-1854, re 99th Regiment. 9. Sketches of Government Houses in Sydney and Hobart / Edward C. Frome. 10. General Association for the Australian Colonies, minute book, 1855-62
Records [M1000-1046] by New Zealand and Australian Land Company Limited( )

in English and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

M1000-1003: Minute books, balance sheets and balance account records of the New Zealand and Otago Agricultural and Land Investment Association Ltd 1862-68, the Canterbury and Otago Association Ltd 1865-76, the New Zealand and Australian Land Company Ltd 1866-1962. M1003-1046: Letter books 1864-1945 of the New Zealand and Australian Land Company. Arranged in chronological order, with each volume prefaced by a nominal index. M1003 begins with the letterbook of Douglas Alderson & Company of Dunedin, New Zealand
Australian Joint Copying Project handbook. Part 4. War Office. Introduction, class and piece list by National Library of Australia( Book )

2 editions published in 1986 in English and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Collections held by the National Library of Wales relating to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific [M1653]( )

in English and held by 20 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

1. Papers of Maybery family of Breconshire, 1828-1931. 2. Papers of John Morgan, 1848. 3. Conveyance of property in Cilycwm, Carmarthenshire by Thomas Williams, S.A. to J. Evans, 1894. 4. Papers of Picton family of Poyston, Pembrokeshire and related Brogden and Milne families, 1871-1872. 5. Stuart Rendel papers, 1893-1903. 6. Papers of Nassau William Senior, 1831-1864, relating to Irish emigration, transportation to the colonies, etc. 7. Papers concerning the estate of James Hughes (d. 1885), Wellington
Miscellaneous collections [M2772-2774] by West Yorkshire Archive Service( )

in English and held by 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Microfilms include: Deposited collections: Mitchell Family; John and Mary Glasson; Miriam Lord (1885-1968) papers; Moore Family papers; J.W. MacGregor correspondence; Hirsch Family papers; Cliffe Castle Museum Keighley miscellaneous records; Bradford City Council (Lord Mayor's Office); Edward R. Hartley (1855-1918); Bradford Arts Club; Illingworth Morris PLC; Deighton Family papers; Journal of voyage to Sydney on "Scotia"; Harry Eaddie. Deed box collection: formally at Bradford Public Library: William Cudworth (1830- ); Longley Family History; John Malham Dembleby papers. Family and Estate papers: William Paley Baildon papers; Michael Heaton and Walter Spencer Stanhope correspondence
Collections held by Northamptonshire Record Office relating to Australia and New Zealand [M2061]( )

in English and held by 16 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

1. Correspondence between J.J. Palmer (Kardella, Vic.) and W. Adams (Kettering), 1905-7. 2. Diaries of Dudley Cary Elwes, Roman Catholic Bishops of Northampton, 1890-91 re visits to Australia and New Zealand. 3. Letter by J. Franks (Calcutta) to W. Burton, 1832 re decision of Burton to go to N.S.W. as Judge of Supreme Court ; high regard for Sir Richard Bourke. 4. Papers of Charles Fitzgerald, Governor of Western Australia and brother-in-law Valentine Cary Elwes, 1844-59
Papers [M936-937] by John Hope Hopetoun( )

in English and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The earliest material dates from 1853 and consists of family letters and papers relating to residences. The bulk of the copying covers financial records, including cash books, accounts, cheque book stubs, vouchers and correspondence, for the period 1889-1902 when the Hopetouns resided in Australia, dividing their between the Government Houses in Sydney and Melbourne. In aaddition, there are scrapbooks and sketches of Australian tours 1887-91 and 1900-02, family letters and papers including some from the Royal Family, and one from Lord Knutsford 1900, and newspaper cuttings 1901-02
Australian Joint Copying Project handbook by National Library of Australia( Book )

3 editions published between 1985 and 2000 in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Correspondence [M1192] by Joseph Banks( )

in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Banks' correspondence with European scientists; with Sir Charles Blagden, Secretary of the Royal Society; and a miscellaneous group of letters. Subjects include publication of the accounts and drawings of Cook's voyages, the voyages of William Bligh, George Vancouver and the French explorers of the Pacific, and botanical discoveries in Australia, Tahiti and the East Indies
Australian Joint Copying Project handbook. classes filmed in the last five years of the Australian Joint Copying Project( Book )

1 edition published in 2005 in English and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Collections held by Cambridge University Library relating to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific [M2591]( )

in English and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

1. Papers of William Gooch, astronomer on the transport Daedalus, 1791-92. 2. Map of settlements in N.S.W. 1817. 3. Answers to examination questions by Fijian students at the Mission Training Institution, Navuloa, Fiji, 1879-1882. 4. Logbook of the Thistleworth, 1719. 5. Logbook of the Lyell, 1721. 6. Sir Richard Owen correspondence, 1856-1887. 7. John Ward correspondence, 1839-48. 8. List of missionaries on board the Duff, 1796. 9. Sir Edmund Gosse correspondence, 1927-8. 10. Philip Henry Gosse papers, 1931-2. 11. Journal of Capt. Alexander, 1823. 12. Lord Kelvin papers, 1884-1903. 13. Sir James Stephen papers, 1848-55. 14. Memoirs of Admiral Dicken. 15. Ludlow family papers, 1838-40. 16. Sir James Stephen's diary, 1846. 17. Wyan family papers, 1878-81
Collections held by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland relating to Australia [M387-388]( )

in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Selections from a large number of collections, the main strength being letters and diaries of 19th century Irish emigrants to Australia and New Zealand. They include papers of Lord Castlereagh on the transportation of United Irishmen in 1798 and colonial appointments; the diary of Alexander Huey on a voyage to N.S.W. and N.Z. in 1809-11; papers of the Irwin family in W.A. 1833-38; papers of Richard Beechey on the Pacific voyage of H.M.S. Blossom in 1825-26; letters of H. Maguire at the Victorian goldfields 1852-66; papers on the Irish political exiles of 1848; papers of the Crawford family in Victoria and W.A. 1881-1934; letters of J.H. Twigg in W.A. 1891-1907; correspondence of Australian Governors with Lord Dufferin 1874-83; and the diary of a tour of Australia and N.Z. in 1929-30 by Lord and Lady Craigavon
Records [M580] by City of London (England)( )

in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Records of criminal cases from the City of London tried at London Criminal Court (Old Bailey), and of prisoners held at Newgate gaol. 1) Index to persons indicted 1756-92 with lists giving name and date and an abbreviated indication of the offence and sentence. 2) Sessions Minute Books (Fair Entry Books) Dec. 1783-June 1793: Each session is divided into (a) Gaol Delivery, giving names of justices, jurors and those tried with a note of their offences and sentences; (b) Oyer and Terminer trials, where appropriate, giving names of jurors and recognizances brought forward; (c) Gaol Calendar giving names of prisoners arranged by sentence. 3) Transportation Account 1829-40: Contains clerks' charges for drawing up documents connected with the transportation of convicts
Records [M291-320] by Germany( )

in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

M320-323: Reports from and to the Australia Station 1904 -1914. M323-331: Papers 1880-1917 re China, including material on the Boxer Rebellion, the merchant navy, civil unrest and politics. M331-332: Records re Japan, and colonies in Asia administered by France, Holland and Portugal 1894-1914, many annotated 'very secret'. M333-336: Records 1939-44 of the Oberkommando der Marine/Seekriegsleitung, re the operation of German raiders in the Antarctic and in the Pacific and Indian Oceans, including the Atlantis, Pinguin, Orion, Kormoran, and Komet. Included are charts of mines laid off the Australian coast
Miscellaneous collections Mammal Section : [M2597-2598] by British Museum (Natural History)( Book )

in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

These microfilms contain papers by William Anderson (d. 1778); Edward L. Atkinson (1882-1929); Charles Darwin (1809-1882); Johann G. Forster (1754-1794); Hans F. Gadow (1855-1928); Desmond S. Johnson (d. 1972); Edward A. Wilson (1872-1912) and others. Subjects covered include: the parasite protozoa, ornithological literature and notes, birds of Australia and the Eastern Polynesian Islands, molluscs, notes on the expedition to the Galapagos Islands in 1897, crustacea, correspondence between naturalists, and various subjects
Collections held by the National Library of Scotland relating to the British colonies [M1961-1965]( )

in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Selections from collections held by the National Library of Scotland relating to Australia, New Zealand, Java, Papua, Borneo, East Indies, Penang, Singapore, China and other countries. Principal collections include papers of: Sir Thomas Brisbane, 1856; Alexander Murray, 1911-1915; Admiral Charles Graham, 1845-47; typescripts by Robert L. Turner re Papua; General Sir Charles W. Pasley, 1855-61; William Scott of Raeburn, 1834-42; Sir Giblert Elliot, 1st Earl of Minto, 1803-1813; Gilbert Elliot, 2nd Earl of Minto, 1811-54; Rear-Admiral Robert K. Dickson, 1915-50 and Brig.-Gen. Alexander Walker, 1786-1826. Topics include business matters and life in Penang and Singapore, the Dardanelles Campaign, Maori War, N.S.W. in the early 1800s, military activities in Java ca. 1812; Sir John Franklin, Antarctic expeditions and other matters
 
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