So starts a distinctively New Zealand adaptation of a true love’s Christmas gifts. The link will take you through to the words – the tune will be easy to work out. (This version was first published by Kingi M. Ihaka in a book of the same name in 1981.) (Image thanks to Sid Mosell who… Read More »
Little donkey, little donkey Had a heavy day Little donkey Carry Mary safely on her way… By Francesca Marsden Little Donkey was written by English songwriter Eric Boswell, and topped the UK charts for several weeks at the end of 1959. The carol, telling of Mary’s journey to Bethlehem on the donkey, is ever-present in children’s… Read More »
Are we going to be … In the Bleak Mid Winter It is that time of year again, when papers and news reports start scaring us with speculations about what the weather will do over the winter period. The front page of the Daily Express (Sunday 12th October) claimed: ‘Worst winter for decades: record breaking… Read More »
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Although we are still on vacation, the Bodleian Law Library have been busy adding new electronic resources to our collection. Below are a few of our new acquisitions and we will be blogging about the less familiar ones in more detail soon. If you have any questions or require training on any of our resources… Read More »
It is the Law Bod’s usual practice to make these weekly Bulletins available via a web page in the Finding Resources section of our main website. (This page also allows you to catch up with any Bulletins you may have missed in the previous 6 months.) This ideal is, of course, modified by the realities… Read More »
For many years holders of an Oxford Single Sign Username and Password have got used to entering their details into this window: But a new rejuvenated face should be out from under wraps next week!
If, on a visit to the Bodleian Law Library, you happen to be perusing the shelves for some particular tome, you might come across a large gap on a shelf with a slip left there in the space. It will simply say the title of the publication, the number of volumes, the shelf mark and… Read More »
By Francesca Marsden I thought that I would take the opportunity, having done a lot of research for my soon-to-be-published LibGuide on the topic, to share a few interesting pieces of international legislation and highlight a significant case concerning indigenous peoples that I discovered along the way. Also, it may be a (not so subtle) attempt draw attention… Read More »