Monthly Notes of the Library Association of the United Kingdom, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Ernest Chester Thomas
Dryden Press, 1880 - Libraries
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Page 137 - Noble madam, Men's evil manners live in brass; their virtues We write in water.
Page 61 - A society is to be entered under the first word, not an article, of its corporate name, with references from any other name by which it is known, especially from the name of the place where its headquarters are established, if it is often called by that name.
Page 43 - A true and faithful account of the several informations exhibited to the honourable committee appointed by the Parliament to inquire into the late dreadful burning of the city of London.
Page 85 - States, formed in the previous year, and the constitution provided that its main object should be 'to unite all persons engaged or interested in library work, for the purpose of promoting the best possible administration of existing libraries and the formation of new ones where desirable. It shall also aim at the encouragement of bibliographical research.
Page 4 - On July 7, 1882, the following joint resolution, referring to all Government publications, was passed by Congress : " That whenever any document or report shall be ordered printed by Congress, there shall be printed, in addition to the number in each case stated, the 'usual number' [1,900] of copies for binding and distribution among those entitled to receive them.
Page 73 - Vice-President, in the chair. The minutes of the previous meeting having been read and confirmed, the following gentlemen were proposed for election, and will be balloted for at the next meeting : Mr.
Page 43 - A TRUE AND FAITHFUL ACCOUNT OF THE SEVERAL INFORMATIONS exhibited to the Honourable Committee appointed by the Parliament to Inquire into the late Dreadful Burning of the City of London. Together with other Informations touching the Insolency of Popish Priests and Jesuites; and the Increase of Popery, brought to the Honourable Committee appointed by the Parliament for that purpose. 35 pp., small 410. Unbound. Printed in the Year 1667.
Page 32 - U, are to be arranged as if written out in full, ae, oe, ue. 46. Arabic figures are to be used rather than Roman; but Roman figures may be used after the names of ruling princes and popes, or to designate the number of a volume or chapter when followed by a page [or division] number in Arabic figures.
Page 11 - Edward by the grace of God, King of England, Lord of Ireland, and Duke of Aquitaine...
Page 7 - The Talmud and Koran (and parts of them) are to be entered under those words; the sacred books of other religions are to be entered under the names by which they are generally known; cross-references...

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