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Library Updates 26th Oct 2010

Another pass on the library this month has unearthed some literary gems that were lost on dusty selves for close to a century or more.

The Library now includes 128,447 documents. Featured in todays updates are:

  • Chronicles of London Bridge – 1827
  • The Railway Shareholders Manual – 1847
  • Leaves from the Diary of an Army Surgeon – 1863
  • Inquisition Unmasked – Vol 2-1816
  • The Scientific Monthly – Nov 1916
  • Popular Science Monthly – 1902

For a full listing of todays updates click here.

7th November 2009 Library Updates

3315 documents were added to the Library today bringing the total number of documents to 114,642. For a full listing of todays updates click here.

Featured in todays updates are:

Chambers Pocket Miscellany.
The Eclectic Magazine of Foreign Literature, Science and Art.
Elegant Extracts by Vicesimus Knox, the English Essayist and Minister.
European Historical Collections by John Warner Barber the American Engraver who produced religious and historical books.
Fleet Papers by John Pavey. Written for the Clergy and Aristocracy regarding the insecurity of life and the authors views on the best mode of restoring Peace.
The Floricultural Cabinet and Florists Magazine conducted by Joseph Harrison the Gardener at Wortley Hall.
Illustrated Naval and Miliary Magazine
The British Merchant Service

This brings the total documents in the Library to 114,642 with the total number of pages at 3,979,172 and the total number of Bookmarks now standing at 549,300.

Latest News

The final and second phase of migrating the Ultrapedia Library to its new home at www.ultrapedia.com is complete, and all visitors to www.pointmore.com are re-directed to the new Ultrapedia website.

Almost 10,000 new documents have been added to the library during September and October, and we continue to add about 1000 new documents a week.

On the Search Results page are links for two additional file formats – RTF and HTML – alongside PDF file format. Clicking on the RTF link will download a copy of your chosen file in RTF format; clicking the HTML link will display the file in HTML format. More formats will be added in the coming weeks, including LIT – the Microsoft eBook Reader, and IPD – for the Blackberry.

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