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Australian Joint Copying Project

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Works: 936 works in 1,033 publications in 1 language and 4,414 library holdings
Genres: History  Archives  Bibliography  Records and correspondence  Catalogs  Registers (Lists)  Diaries  Sources  Military history 
Classifications: CD1048.A85, 016.994
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Australian Joint Copying Project handbook by Ekarestini O'Brien( Book )

4 editions published in 1998 in English and held by 34 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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

6 editions published in 1950 in English and held by 31 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
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
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
Collections held by the Royal Commonwealth Society relating to Australia : [M1693]( )

in English and held by 21 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
Miscellaneous collections : [M2772-2774] by West Yorkshire Archive Service( )

in English and held by 20 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
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 19 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

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

Papers, 1881-1904. Principal correspondents include Sir Edmund Barton, Thomas Bavin, Rear Admiral Sir Lewis Beaumont, Lord Carrington, Joseph Chamberlain, Alfred Deakin, Sir John Forrest, Sir Samuel Griffith, General Sir Edward Hutton, Sir Francis Knollys, Lord Knutsford, Sir Henry Loch, James Patterson, Lord Ripon, Sir William Robinson, Lord Rosebery, Lord Salisbury, William Shields, William Syme, Lord Tennyson, Sir George Verdon, Captain E.W. Wallington and Sir Hartley Williams. Also includes a portrait of Sir Henry Parkes, a copy of Sir Henry Parkes's "Scheme for defence of Victoria", a copy of The landing of Lieutenant James Cook, R.N., at Botany Bay (1901) 32 pp. 3) Correspondence of Hopetoun's private secretary and accountant in Australia, David W. Brown, 1900-02, and accounts and receipts, 1902
Collections held by Southampton City Record Office relating to Australia and New Zealand : [M2066-2076]( )

in English and held by 15 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

1. St Mary's Church, vestry meeting. 1834 re sending young women to N.S.W. 2. Records of Moberley and Wharton, Solicitors : probate records, 1893-7 ; papers re William V. Jackson's estate and financial dealings in N.Z. ; death certificate and papers re death of John Markham Carter, N.Z., 1866. 3. Records of Page and Moody, solicitors : Quarter Session records, 1804-29 re convicts ; emigration handbill, n.d. 4. Handbill of Society for Promoting Adoption of the vote by by ballot, ca. 2867. 5. Registar of Shipping and Seamen. Crew lists and log books
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 )

2 editions published in 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 : [M320-336A] by Germany( )

in English and held by 13 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
Collections held by the National Library of Ireland relating to Australia and New Zealand : [M2025-2048]( )

in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Contains selections from numerous collections relating to Irish emigrants, Fenian convicts and political prisoners in Australia and New Zealand and many other topics. Principal collections include: a convict register, 1849-50; letters of the Young Irelanders; papers of Thomas Spring-Rice, 1834-48 re Irish migration, Antarctic expedition, Molesworth Report and Australian colonies generally; papers of William S. O'Brien, 1895-1924; papers of Charles Gavan Duffy, 1842-1891; papers of Sir Richard Bourke, 1831-39 while Governor of N.S.W.; papers of Lalor family including Peter Lalor re Eureka uprising, 1854; papers of Rev. W. Hickey, 1848-1910 re Eva O'Doherty, Irish political exiles, etc. and papers of John Redmond, 1882-1909 re Irish Nationalist organisations in Australia and New Zealand
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
Station records : Australia ; Correspondence, etc.[Adm. 122] by Great Britain( )

in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Majority of records relate to Australia, New Guinea and Samoa, although some papers concerning New Zealand and other Pacific Islands are included in General service records. Also includes correspondence about schooner Albert and gunboat Gayundah
Records relating to the Malay states : [M446-448] by Great Britain( )

in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

M449-456: CO 273/76-223. Select pieces from CO 273 comprising despatches from the Governor of Straits Settlements, sometimes with enclosures, and letters from offices and individuals relating to Native States 1874-96. Accompanied by the Colonial Office minutes and draft replies. M457-458: Tables of contents from CO 273/9-223, CO 537/45-48 and CO 809/1-44 select. A typewritten list was compiled for CO 273/9-74 showing only confidential and open despatches relating to the Native States of the Malay Peninsula; CO 537/45-48 'Supplementary Despatches' from the Governor of the Straits Settlements to the Secretary of State, with enclosures, Colonial Office minutes, and draft replies, 1873-96; CO 809/1-44 select. Confidential Prints containing correspondence dealing mostly with the Natives States, prepared for inclusion in the House of Commons Papers. They contain most of the despatches contained in the CO 273 series but without the Colonial Office minutes
 
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