C19: The Nineteenth Century Index

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C19 Index's Subject Catalogue allows you to browse documents by subject using Peter Cockton's 'Subject Catalogue of the House of Commons Parliamentary Papers, 1801-1900.

The catalogue is arranged in a hierarchy, starting with 19 broad subject categories at the first level and dividing into two further levels of detailed sub-headings which lead to the full text documents.

Displaying different levels of the Subject Catalogue

To display the first level of the Subject Catalogue:

  • Click the First level only link

To display first and second levels of the Subject Catalogue:

  • Click the Two levels link

The whole catalogue expands to show the sub-headings of the second level indented below the first level categories.

To display all three levels of the Subject Catalogue:

  • Click the Three levels link

The whole catalogue expands to show the sub-headings of the third level indented below the second level sub-headings.

Expanding and collapsing categories and sub-headings

The Subject Catalogue can be expanded to reveal further levels of categories and subheadings and collapsed to hide levels to make it easier to find your place.

To expand an individual category or sub-heading to the next level:

  • Click the [+] link displayed next to the heading

To reveal all the levels below a category or sub-heading:

  • Click the [show all sub-headings] link

To collapse an individual category or sub-heading by one level:

  • Click the [-] link displayed next to the heading

To hide all the levels of a category or sub-heading:

  • Click the [hide all sub-headings] link

Viewing the Full Record

Once you have navigated down to the appropriate level you will see full records listed below a sub-heading. For each record the Session date and Paper number are displayed followed by the title link. Records are shown in Session date order.

To view a Full record:

  • Click a title link

The Full record page is displayed.

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