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The Spectator: Digitised archive of the Spectator magazine, the oldest continuously-published magazine in the English-speaking world, from July 1828 to December 2008. Issues for the last 5 years can be found on the Spectator website at http://www.spectator.co.uk/
National Library of Australia: A guide to assist researchers to discover published and unpublished material at the National Library of Australia relating to the Torres Strait Islands, including Thursday Island, Near Western Islands, Top Western Islands, Central Islands and Eastern Islands.
National Library of Australia: Trove is a free discovery service focused on Australia, Australians, and items found in Australia's collecting institutions. It incorporates the existing discovery services of the National Library of Australia, plus digitised material freely available online. Via a single point of access researchers will find a range of material relating to their search, including books, manuscipts, pictures, music, newspapers and journal articles.
National Library of Australia: A freely available collection of digitised out of copyright Australian newspapers covering the years 1803 to 1954. Titles include the first newspaper to be published in Australia, the Sydney Gazette. Other titles include The Argus (Victoria), The Sydney Morning Herald (New South Wales), The Courier Mail (Queensland), The West Australian (Western Australia), The Mercury (Tasmania), The Advertiser (South Australia), The Canberra Times (Australian Capital Territory).
TSO: Official Documents is the official source for Command and departmentally sponsored House of Commons Papers. From May 2005 onwards, all Command Papers and House of Commons Papers, as well as key Departmental papers, are available for free on the site in PDF format. This site contains a full listing of Command Papers and House of Commons Papers (HCPs) from 17 May 2005 to the present as well as a selection of papers published before 17 May 2005.