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Australian Joint Copying Project

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Works: 823 works in 1,005 publications in 1 language and 4,361 library holdings
Genres: Archives  History  Records and correspondence  Registers (Lists)  Bibliography  Pictorial works  Genealogy  Diaries  Biography  Sources 
Classifications: CD1048.A85, 016.994
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Most widely held works by Australian Joint Copying Project
Collections held by the Essex Record Office relating to Australia and New Zealand [M838-840] by Vickers Limited( )

in English and held by 480 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

1) Quarter Sessions Records: Expenses of criminal prosecutions and transport of convicts 1835-1878 for East and West Sussex. 2) Rye Corporation records, 1835-52 of expenses of criminal prosecutions and transportation. 3) Boards of Guardians records: Eastbourne Union register of emigrations to Australia and New Zealand. 4) Poster and notices 1838-40, advertising free passages to New South Wales; "Information respecting the Australian colonies" Colonial Office, 1831; 5) Printed reports 1893, of the Wentworth Goldfields Proprietary Company Ltd., Lucknow, N.S.W.: 'The Isle of Pines, or, a late discovery of a fourth island in Terra Australis Incognita ... ' (London 1668); a copy of 'Morning Herald', London, containing notice of marriage at Scone, N.S.W. of Thomas Tourle to Helen M. Emma Moise. 6) Papers 1924-34 of Sir William Campion, Governor of W.A., including journals 1924-31, visitors books 1924-31, correspondence, photographs 1925-31, addresses, 1929-31 and 3 printed items. with his activities as Western Australian President of
Australian Joint Copying Project handbook( Book )

2 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 32 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Records [M173-198] by Church Missionary Society (Great Britain)( )

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

Committee and sub-committee meeting minutes 1799-1884. The minutes of committees and sub-committees are entered in chronological order, and contain extracts from and summaries of reports, letters and decisions reached. The Clerical Sub-committee received correspondence from aspiring missionaries, including testimonials and recorded appointments and retirements; the Accounts Sub-Committee minutes include lists of expenses, supplies to be forwarded to the mission stations, bequests and donations; the Correspondence Sub-Committee received correspondence covering the whole range of missionary activity, such as medical reports from missionaries wishing to return home, complaints from Colonial Governors about political activity of Society personnel, and requests for guidance on policy towards employing indigenes as lay teachers in schools
Records [M172B, M172C, M536-549, and M988-991] 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
Judge Advocate General's Office Courts Martial ; District Courts Martial [WO 86] by Great Britain( )

in English and held by 23 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Represents in tabular form reports of courts-martial in WO 90
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
Various Correspondence and papers, Departmental: Admiralty, correspondence [HO 28] by Great Britain( )

in English and held by 21 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

These letters are mainly in reply from the Home Office to the Treasury as to whether certain bills and gratuities should be paid, and concerning the costs of transportation of convicts
Australian Joint Copying Project handbook. Part 4. War Office. Introduction, class and piece list( Book )

1 edition published in 1986 in English and held by 20 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Miscellaneous collections [M2772-2774] by West Yorkshire Archive Service( )

in English and held by 20 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Items dealing with: 1. Correspondence from Australian settlers. 2. The Elland Society. 3. Rev. Samuel Marsden. 4. Papers of various businesses pertaining to Australia and New Zealand. 5. Letters of David Tattersall; papers of the Roodhouse family, William Walsham How (1823-1897) and Job Robinson and Sons. 6. Calendar of all the prisoners in the House of Correction at Wakefield, 1819-1849. 7. Letters from New Zealand emigrants
Admiralty and Secretariat log books, etc. : supplementary, series II : explorations [Adm. 55] by Great Britain( )

in English and held by 18 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Log books and journals of ships on voyages to Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific region - Adventure, Assistant, Providence, Bathurst, Chatham, Discovery, Dolphin, Dromedary, Endeavour, Enterprize, Erebus, Herald, Investigator, Porpoise, Rolla, Cumberland, King George, Lord Holland, Plover, Resolution, Samarang, Seaflower, Starling, Swallow, Tamer, Terror, Argonaut, Cora, Robert, Hammudy, Osterley, Prince of Wales, Ternate, Vansittart, Bridgewater, Nonsuch, Bounty
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. classes filmed in the last five years of the Australian Joint Copying Project( Book )

2 editions published in 2005 in English and held by 14 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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

Correspondence comprising about 300 letters addressed to Banks mainly in his capacity as President of the Royal Society. The principal correspondents are Sir Charles Blagden 1883-1805, Jonas Dryander 1782-1802, James Mario Matra 1779, 1791, Dr Daniel Solander 1773-81, Dr. James Lind 1775-95, Dr William Richardson 1803-05, Erasmus Darwin 1781-82, the Geological Society of London 1809-10, W.H. Yate 1802 and Lord Monboddo 1780, 1783. The letters largely relate to botanical matters but also concern personal matters. There is also a folder of letters with enclosures, c. 1783, sent to Banks relating to mermaids. The reel also contains an extract from the Atheaneum, 26 Dec. 1796, commenting on the publication of Banks' Endeavour journal
Records [M1363-1367] by City of London (England)( )

in English and held by 13 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The indexes and Gaol Delivery, Oyer and Terminer Fair Entry Books, 1793-1834, listing convicts sentenced at the Old Bailey to transportation
Records [M291-320] by Germany( )

in English and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

M291-294: Records, 1854-85 concerning commercial and strategic expeditions in Japan and in Chinese and South-East Asian waters. M300-304: Items about expeditions of war vessels to Australia, the Philippines, and South Seas Stations, 1880-88, including material on Samoa 1876. M305: Scientific marine expeditions 1890-1913; reports on Hawaii, Samoa and Tonga 1891-1900. M306-312: File material 1886-1916 re German colonies in Africa, Asia and the South Seas. M313-320: Records 1905-14 of the East Asia Station, including items on military and political activity
Papers [M1822-1824] by W. F. D Jervois( )

in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

1. Official correspondence, 1875-93 (with typed transcripts). 2. Family correspondence, 1875-93 (with typed transcripts). 3. Notebook of Sir William Jervois. 4. Letterbooks, 1885-97 (with typed transcripts). 5. Newspaper cutting books, 1874-93. 6. Journal, 1881, of John Jervois' trvels in New Zealand (with typed transcript). 7. Miscellaneous papers, 1885-1897
Journals [M405] by Frederick Hoare( )

in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

1) Journal of a voyage from Liverpool to Melbourne, May-July 1854, on the Red Jacket. It is a day-to-day record of the voyage, noting events and commenting on passengers and crew as well as weather conditions and distance travelled. The journal also contains notes referring to land sales around Melbourne, costs of buildings, business transactions (especially with George Squiers) and rough sketches of the campsites on the goldfields around Castlemaine, Victoria. 2) Journal of a voyage from Melbourne to England via New Zealand, commencing April 1856, on the New Great Britain. Chiefly concerned with weather conditions and notes also the latitude and longitude and the distance covered each day. The journal ends on 26 July as the ship nears England
United Society for the Propagation of the Gospel : reels M1200-1335 by Australian Joint Copying Project( Book )

in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Australian Joint Copying Project handbook( Book )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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