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Cambridge University: Digitised papers of the Board of Longitude through the eighteenth century until its abolition in 1828. These papers throw a vivid light on the role of the British state in encouraging invention and discovery, on the energetic culture of technical ingenuity in the long eighteenth century, and on many aspects of exploration and maritime travel in the Pacific Ocean and the Arctic. As well as the fully digitised versions of the complete archive and associated materials, included are contextual essays, video, educational resources and hundreds of links through to relevant objects in the National Maritime Museum's online collections.
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National Library of Australia: A guide to looking for for book reviews at the National Library. Contains reference to print resources held by the Library only.
Research Support Libraries Programme (RSLP): The BOPCRIS Digitisation Unit at the University of Southampton provides access via this website to scanned collections of 18th, 19th and 20th Century British Official Publications, including Parliamentary Papers. It also provides access to a large number of non-parliamentary publications.
National Library of Australia: A guide to the printed parliamentary publications House of Commons and House of Lords held by the National Library. Also includes reference to relevant internet sites.
Australia. Bureau of Meteorology.: Climate Data Online provides access to a range of statistics, historical weather observations, climatology maps, and other Australian climate data.
Australian Government: The business.gov.au website is an online government resource for the Australian business community. Topics covered include e-business; employing people; fair trading; grants and assistance; home-based business; importing and exporting; insurance; intellectual property; market research and statistics; occupational health and safety; registration and licences; taxation; and, tenders and contracts. By using business.gov.au businesses are able to comply with government requirements more simply and conveniently.
Canberra Public Cemeteries Trust: Search Canberra's Public Cemeteries.
Collections Australia Network: The Collections Australia Network (CAN) superseded AMOL: Australian Museums and Galleries Online. It is intended to be the public gateway to collecting institutions across Australia including the small to medium regional institutions.
National Library of Australia: Selective links to Australian and overseas map and cartographic websites, libraries, government agencies and calculators.