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M25 Consortium of Academic Libraries

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M25 Consortium of Academic Libraries, The M25 Consortium of Academic Libraries was formed in 1993 with the aim of fostering co-operation amongst its London-based, higher education member libraries in order to improve services to users.

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National Library of Scotland

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The National Library of Scotland is Scotland's largest library and world centre for the study of Scotland and the Scots.

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The Sussex County Department of Libraries

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This is the Sussex County Department of Libraries Website, administration for fourteen libraries and a bookmobile in Sussex County, Delaware.

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Carroll County Public Library

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Library service in Carroll County, Maryland, began in 1863, when the Westminster Public Library was founded. The library originally operated using revenues collected through membership dues and overdue fines. In 1949, an endowment made the founding of a private corporation possible (Davis Library, Inc.) to provide library service. In 1958, by agreement with the Carroll County Commissioners, Carroll County Public Library (CCPL), a county-wide library system, was established.

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KnowUK

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KnowUK is a unique online service developed to provide libraries with a complete collection of current, useful and UK-specific reference information from over 100 of the most widely used reference publications in the UK.

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Rutland Free Library

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The Rutland Free Library in Rutland Vermont

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Rutland Free Library

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The Rutland Free Library in Rutland Vermont

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The Scottish Poetry Library

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The Scottish Poetry Library is the place for poetry in Scotland, for the regular reader, the serious student or the casual browser. Since its foundation in 1984 it has amassed a remarkable collection of written works, as well as tapes and videos. The emphasis is on contemporary poetry written in Scotland, in Scots, Gaelic and English, but historic Scottish poetry and contemporary works from almost every part of the world feature too. All our resources, advice and information are readily accessible, free of charge. We also have collections for the visually impaired.

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The British Library

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The British Library on the web. This website contains comprehensive information about the Library, the scope of its collections, and how to use its services. There is a range of catalogues for different types of material, thousands of images and hundreds of sound samples.

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