C19: The Nineteenth Century Index

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The Full record page displays the full bibliographic details of a C19 Index document. Full records can be accessed from a results page.

What information does the Full Record contain?

Each record displays branding indicating which collection it is from. Where available, records contain the following information:

Books

Nineteenth Century Short Title Catalogue
  • Author (the author's name is a link that will find all records with the same author)
  • Added entry
  • Title
  • Uniform title
  • Publication details
    • Place of publication
    • Publisher [Series III records only]
    • Publication date
    • Physical description
  • Source library
  • Notes
  • Language [Series III records only]
  • NSTC series
  • NSTC number
  • NSTC subject (each subject is a link that will find all records that have the same NSTC subject)
The Nineteenth Century microfiche project
  • Author (the author's name is a link that will find all records with the same author)
  • Title
  • Imprint
  • Place of publication
  • Year of publication
  • Pagination
  • Notes
  • Subject headings
  • British Library shelfmark
  • NC series
  • NC fiche quantity
  • NC fiche number

Periodicals

American Periodicals Series
  • Article title
  • Author (the author's name is a link that will find all records with the same author)
  • Periodical title
  • Publication details
    • Issue number (the issue number and date is a link that will find all records from that issue)
    • Date
    • Page number
    • Length in pages
  • Location
  • Periodical subject
  • Article type
  • Full text excerpt
  • Subscription-sensitive link to Full Text
British Periodicals
  • Article title
  • Author (the author's name is a link that will find all records with the same author)
  • Article type
  • Periodical title
  • Publication details:
    • Issue number (the issue number and date is a link that will find all records from that issue)
    • Opening page number
  • Periodical editor (the editor's name is a link that will find all records with the same editor)
  • Alternate title(s)
  • Periodical subject
  • Frequency of publication
  • Place of publication
  • 'Article contains' statement
  • Full text excerpt
  • Subscription-sensitive link to Full Text
Cotgreave's Index
  • Cotgreave's subject heading
  • Author (the author's name is a link that will find all records with the same author)
  • Publication details
    • Article
    • Publication
    • Volume
    • Issue number
  • Publication date
  • Document features e.g. illustrations or maps

You can also find articles on the same page in other periodicals databases by clicking the appropriate link on the Cotgreave's Index Full record page.

Niles' Register Index
  • Subject
  • Periodical title
  • Publication details
    • Volume
    • Page number
  • Publication year
Periodicals Index Online
  • Article title
  • Author (the author's name is a link that will find all records with the same author)
  • Co-author (the co-author's name is a link that will find all records with the same author)
  • Journal section(s)
  • Periodical title
  • Publication details:
    • Issue number (the issue number and date is a link that will find all records from that issue)
    • Date
    • Opening page number
  • Alternate title(s)
  • Periodical subject
  • Subscription-sensitive link to Full Text
Poole's Index to Periodical Literature
  • Poole's subject heading (linked to Poole's Table of Contents entry for that heading)
  • Author (the author's name is a link that will find all records with the same author)
  • Periodical title
  • Publication details
    • Issue number
    • Opening page number
  • Poole's volume
  • Date

You can also find articles on the same page in other periodicals databases by clicking the appropriate link on the Poole's Index Full record page.

Stead's Index to Periodicals
  • Stead's subject heading
  • Author (the author's name is a link that will find all records with the same author)
  • Periodical title
  • Publication details
    • Volume/Issue number
    • Opening page number
  • Publication date
  • Document features e.g. illustrations or maps
  • Stead's volume

You can also find articles on the same page in other periodicals databases by clicking the appropriate link on the Stead's Index Full record page.

Wellesley Index
  • Article title
  • Contributor (the contributor's name is a link that will find all records that mention that contributor)
  • Publication title (links to the introductory materials page for that periodical)
  • View information on this publication in DNCJ (where available, links to record for the publication in the Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism)
  • Publication details (the volume and date is a link that will find all records from that issue)
  • Editor(s) (the editor's name is a link that will find all records with the same editor)
  • View contributor information for (links to the contributor page for that contributor). The pseudonym of the contributor is also listed, if one is available.
  • Periodical subject
  • Further information (references will link to the corresponding Wellesley records)
  • Corrections and additions from Curran Index (links to the complete Curran Index of corrections and additions to Wellesley)
  • Contributor referenced in Curran (links to the contributor page for that contributor)
  • Curran article ID (links to that particular item in the Curran Index)
  • The information for that article ID, as shown in the Curran Index
  • Subscription-sensitive link to Full Text
  • Link to the Wellesley list of abbreviations and short titles
  • Link to the view the record in the enhanced version of The Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals, 1824-1900
  • Third-party copyright statements

Note: Not all Wellesley records have corrections and additions from The Curran Index, and there are some records which are Curran Index only records.

Official Publications

House of Commons Parliamentary Papers
  • Title
    The titles used in C19 Index were copied from document title-pages for sessions 1801-1827, and from the titles and subjects in the numerical lists attached to the Sessional Indexes from 1828-1900.
  • Chair/author
    The name is a link that will find all records with the same author.
  • Session
    Session is the term used for the parliamentary year, the time during which parliament is 'sitting'. This begins with the State Opening of Parliament, usually in October or November, and ends when parliament is prorogued the following year or when a general election is called.
  • Paper type
    This can be Bills, Reports of Committees, Reports of Commissioners or Accounts and Papers
  • Paper number
  • Volume/page
    From 1801, at the end of each session the papers which have been before parliament were bound into volumes. The volume/page reference provides information on where the paper can be located in the original bound volumes.
  • CH microfiche number
    The microfiche number enables the location of this document within the Chadwyck-Healey microfiche edition of the House of Commons Parliamentary Papers.
  • Subject
    The main subject categorization for the full record is shown first. This links through to the its place in the Subject Catalogue. Other related subjects may be shown under the heading See also. These also link through to their place in the Subject Catalogue so that you can see more related documents.
  • View amended
    Amended versions of documents which have been modified by committee are listed. To view an amended document click the title link. You can view the Full record of the original document from an amended document by following the View original title link.
  • Full text
    Subscription-sensitive link to Full Text.
Proceedings of the Old Bailey
Front matter records
  • Reference no.
  • Title
  • Link to full text
  • List of personal names mentioned in the text
Trail accounts, Supplementary material, Punishment Summaries
  • Reference no.
  • Title (includes defendants, offence/sub-offence, record type and date)
  • Offence(s)
  • Defendant(s)
  • Witness(es)
  • Victim(s)
  • Verdict(s)
  • Punishment(s)
  • Alias
  • Body of record
  • Link to full text
  • Link to sessional information

Offence(s), Defendant(s), Witness(es) and Victim(s) will be hyperlinked in the full record display; clicking a linked name will execute a search for that name and take the user to a new Search results page.

Note that supplementary material and punishment summaries are less likely to contain Offence, Verdict and Punishment information, but this will be displayed where it is available.

Advertisements
  • Reference no.
  • Title (includes record type and date)
  • Body of record
  • Link to full text
  • Link to sessional information
U.S. Congressional Serial Set
  • Title
  • Accession number
  • Session (the session is a link that will find all records belonging to that session)
  • Session date
  • U.S. Serial Set volume (the volume number is a link that will find all records from that serial set volume)
  • ASP volume (the volume number is a link that will find all records from that ASP volume)
  • Session volume
  • Publication series
  • Publication number
  • Date
  • Document contains
  • Page information
  • Subject
  • Third-party copyright statement

Archives

Archive Finder
  • Collection name
  • Repository details (the repository name is a link that will find all records belonging to that repository)
  • NIDS fiche number
  • NUCMC number
  • LC reference
  • Type
  • Collection dates
  • Extent
  • Description
  • NUCMC index terms
  • NIDS index terms
  • Repository mailing address
  • Phone number
  • Fax number
  • E-mail address
  • Website URL
  • Days of service
  • Materials solicited
  • Total volume
  • Inclusive dates
  • Repository description
  • Notes

Newspapers

Palmer's Index to The Times
  • Main heading
  • Title
  • Publication title
  • Date
  • Page/column
  • Subscription-sensitive link to Full Text
  • Link to information about Palmer's Index to The Times

Reference

Dictionary of Nineteenth-Century Journalism
  • Title
  • Type (e.g. Publishing House, Illustrator etc.)
  • Body of record, including cross-references
  • Headwords
  • Themes
  • Link to DNCJ browse page

Note that cross-references, headwords and thematic index terms will be hyperlinked in the DNCJ full record- clicking a hyperlinked headword will take you to the relevant record for that headword, and clicking a hyperlinked cross-reference or index term will execute a search for that term and take you to a new Search Results page.

If a record contains images, you can view these at a larger size by clicking the image- this will open a full-size version of the image in a new window.

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What can I do on a Full record page?

Back to Search Results

This link returns you to the Search Results page.
Note: If the Full Record has been accessed from the Subject Catalogue there will be a Go back link which returns you to the Subject Catalogue.

Modify search

Use the Modify search link to return to the search page with your original search terms intact so you can edit them and re-execute your search.
Note: this only applies if you have accessed the Full Record by carrying out a search.

Save to My Archive

Store the current record in the Saved Records area of My Archive and come back to it at a later date by clicking the Save to My Archive link.

Add to Marked List

Click the Add to Marked List checkbox to save the document to your Marked List for the current session.

Download citation

The Download citation link takes you to a page where you can format the record for downloading to your computer.

Previous/Next record

These links take you to the previous or next record in your search results without needing to return to the Search Results page.
Note: If you have accessed the Full Record from the Subject Catalogue a Previous level in Subject Catalogue link is displayed. This returns you to the Subject Catalogue, open at the level where you found the Full record.

Durable URL for this record

You can obtain the durable URL for an item by clicking the Durable URL for this record link in the Full record. A pop-up window will open displaying the URL; you can copy and paste it into your documents and email, or paste it into a new browser address bar to add it to your bookmarks.

Hit Highlighting

Where the record has been accessed from a Search Results page hit highlighting is used to indicate search words which appear in the record. A Hiticon is displayed next to each word from the search.

Glossary terms

A glossary of the more unusual words used in Parliamentary Papers documents is available from Information Resources. Glossary terms are shown as links in the Full Record, click the link to see the definition in the glossary page.

Hyperlinks

Author names, Publication details, Subject terms and 'See also' references are hyperlinked in the Full Record - clicking one of these links will execute a new search for that term directly from the Full record, and will take you to a new Search Results page. In the Archive Finder Full record, the Repository details field is hyperlinked, and clicking the link will retrieve a list of all collections in that repository. Clicking the hyperlinked publication title in a Full record for an item in Wellesley Index will take you to the introductory material for that publication.

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How to cite Parliamentary Papers

The form suggested here follows the scheme proposed by Hansard, in his first General Alphabetical Index, 1801-1826.

Title and description / session / paper number / volume number.page number

e.g. Return of Number of Persons who have emigrated from G.B. and Ireland to Colonies and U.S.A., 1825-32; 1833 (696) XXVI.279

For a reference to a statement on a particular page of a paper, the title and description should be followed by the printed page number of the paper itself:

e.g. Papers on Union of British Columbia with Dominion of Canada. p.2; 1868-69 (390) XLIII.341

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How to cite American State Papers and Congressional Serial Set

As there are numerous ways of citing American government documents, we recommend that you consult the specific instructions for the style in which you are required to submit references and citations. There is some useful information available at this Library of Congress website.

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I am a joint JSTOR/C19 Index subscriber. How can I view JSTOR full text for Periodicals Index Online records in C19 Index?


If your library/institution participates in the JSTOR Arts & Sciences I, Arts & Sciences II, Arts & Sciences III, Arts & Sciences IV, and/or Arts & Sciences Complement Collections, you can enable linking to JSTOR full text from Periodicals Index Online records within C19 Index by completing the
linking form.

Once you have enabled JSTOR linking, you will see a 'View article in JSTOR' link on full records where JSTOR full text is available. Clicking this link will open the full text of the item in a separate window.


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