Search Images Maps Play YouTube News Gmail Drive More »
Sign in
Books Books 1 - 4 of 4 on Library they are requested to send a messenger competent to deliver their messages....  Take our survey New!
" Library they are requested to send a messenger competent to deliver their messages and to take due care of the books. The Librarian has instructions to refuse books to messengers who are not able to take proper care of them. "
Annual Report - Page 27
by St. Martin-in-the-Fields (Church : Westminster, London, England). Free public library - 1899 - 67 pages
Full view - About this book

Catalogue

South Shields (England). Public Libraries, Museum and Art Room - 1873 - 112 pages
...delivered to, and returned by, the Borrowers personally. When they cannot conveniently visit the Library, they are requested to send a responsible messenger,...consider not qualified to take proper care of them. 7. Borrowers returning their Books are required to deliver them to the Librarian or his Assistants....
Full view - About this book

Catalogue of the Books in the Central Lending Department

Newcastle upon Tyne (England). Public libraries - 1880 - 329 pages
...cannot conveniently visit the Library, they are requested to send a responsible messenger, competent deliver their messages, and to take due care of the Books. The Librarian has instructions to refuse loks to messengers whom he may consider not qualified to take proper care of them. 11. Borrowers...
Full view - About this book

Handbook, Historical and Descriptive

Manchester Public Libraries (Manchester, England) - History - 1887 - 59 pages
...Borrowers personally. When they cannot conveniently visit the Library they are requested to send a messenger competent to deliver their messages and...Librarian has instructions to refuse books to messengers who are not able to take proper care of them. 7. Borrowers returning their books are expected not to...
Full view - About this book

The Manchester Public Free Libraries: A History and Description, and Guide ...

Manchester Public Libraries (Manchester, England) - Public libraries - 1899 - 283 pages
...borrowers personally. When they cannot conveniently visit the library, they are requested to send a messenger competent to deliver their messages and...librarian has instructions to refuse books to messengers who are not able to take proper care of them. 7. Borrowers returning their books are expected not to...
Full view - About this book




  1. My library
  2. Help
  3. Advanced Book Search
  4. Download PDF