Twenty-fourth [really 25th] (-28th) annual report of the committee and librarian. [Continued as] First (-23rd, 25th, 26th) annual report of the trustees (Google eBook)

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1882
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Page 75 - A HISTORY OF NEW-ENGLAND From the English planting in the Yeere 1628. untill the Yeere 1652. Declaring the form of their Government, Civill, Military, and Ecclesiastique. Their Wars with the Indians, their Troubles with the Gortonists, and other Heretiques. Their manner of gathering of Churches, the commodities of the Country, and description of the principall Towns and Havens, with the great encouragements to increase Trade betwixt them and Old England. With the names of all their Governours, Magistrates,...
Page 51 - Whoever wilfully and maliciously or wantonly and without cause writes upon, injures, defaces, tears or destroys a book, plate, picture, engraving...
Page 51 - ... or statue belonging to a law, town, city or other public library, shall be punished by a fine of not less than five nor more than fifty dollars, or by imprisonment in the jail not exceeding six months.
Page 51 - whoever wilfully disturbs persons assembled in a public library, or a reading room connected therewith, by making a noise or in any other manner during the time when such library or reading room is open to the public shall be punished by imprisonment for not more than thirty days or by a flue of not more than fifty dollars.
Page 40 - A Letter from a gentleman in the City to one in the Country; concerning the Bill for disabling the Duke of York to inherit the Imperial Crown of this Realm.
Page 43 - BICKHAM (George). The British Monarchy; or, a New Chorographical Description of all the Dominions subject to the King of Great Britain.
Page 45 - Ratio Disciplinae Fratrum Nov-Anglorum. A Faithful Account of the Discipline Professed and Practised, in the Churches of New England.
Page 41 - A Theatre of Politicall Flying-Insects. Wherein especially the nature, the worth, the work, the wonder, and the manner of right-ordering of the Bee is discovered and described.
Page 28 - I5th century, and education began to be an aristocratic thing. Higher education especially came to be the possession of the favored few. Now following the movement towards political democracy has come this movement towards democracy in education, and one of its fruits is university extension. One of the last aristocracies of the world is the aristocracy of education.
Page 39 - The Day-breaking, if not the Sun-rising, of the Gospel with the Indians in New England, 1647.

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