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Occasional Paper (Garden History Society) 1749-3390
JSTOR - Complete Collection - JSTOR: fulltext 1969-01-01 (i.1) - 1970-01-01 (i.2)
Officeholders in Modern Britain
British History Online - Institute of Historical Research: fulltext This series provides listings of office-holders in central government in Britain, primarily from the 17th to the 19th century.
Old Bailey Proceedings Online
HRI Online - Humanities Research Institute: fulltext The proceedings of the Old Bailey in London describe approximately 200,000 trials between 1674 and 1913, and are the largest single source of information about ordinary people ever published.
Online Information Review 1468-4527,1468-4535
Ingenta Connect - Ingenta: fulltext 1999-01-01 (i.1) - 2001-12-31 (v.25 i.6)
Emerald - All - Emerald: fulltext 1999-01-01 (v.23 i.1) - 2007-12-31 (v.31 i.6)
Open Access and the Humanities: Contexts, Controversies and the Future
Directory of Open Access Books - DOAB: fulltext Author: Martin Paul Eve Date of Publication: 2014. ISBN: 9781316161012 . License: CC by-sa.
Oral History 0143-0955
JSTOR - Complete Collection - JSTOR: fulltext 1972-01-01 (v.1 i.1) - 2015-10-01 (v.43 i.2)
Oxford Bibliographies: Art History
Oxford Online - Oxford UP: fulltext Oxford Bibliographies in Art History provides a trusted source of selective bibliographic guidance to help people researching this topic.
Oxford Classical Dictionary
Oxford Online - Oxford UP: fulltext Substantive, peer-reviewed, and regularly updated, the Oxford Classical Dictionary combines the speed & flexibility of digital with the rigorous standards of academic publishing.
Oxford dictionary of national biography
Oxford Online - Oxford UP: fulltext 50,000 + biographies of men and women from around the world who shaped all aspects of Britain's past. Contains new and original entries.
Oxford English Dictionary Online (OED)
Oxford Online - Oxford UP: fulltext Includes present-day meanings alongside the history of individual words, and of the English language—traced through 3 million quotations, from classic literature and specialist periodicals to film scripts and cookery books.