A Catalogue of the Library of Brown University: In Providence, Rhode Island. With an Index of Subjects

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1843 - Library catalogs - 560 pages
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Page 337 - Anecdotes of the English Language; chiefly regarding the local Dialect of London and its Environs, whence it will appear that the Natives of the Metropolis and its Vicinities have not corrupted the Language of their Ancestors.
Page 141 - by the Commissioners of the United Colonies in New England, at the Charge, and with the consent of the Corporation in England, for the Propagation of the Gospel amongst the Indians in New England. 4to.
Page 436 - Historical Essay on the Magna Cbarta of King John. To which are added the Great Charter in Latin and English, the Charters of Liberties and Confirmations, granted by Henry HI. and Edward I., the Original Charter of the
Page xxviii - Mathematical Tracts, on the Lunar and Planetary Theories, the Figure of the Earth, Precession and Nutation, the Calculus of Variations, and the Undulatory Theory of Optics. 2nd
Page 254 - Elements of Chemistry; including the most recent Discoveries and Applications of the Science to Medicine and Pharmacy and to the Arts. With Additions,
Page v - Between 1823—5 fifty-four volumes of valuable scientific works, including Cloquet's Anatomie, Lamarck's and De Candolle's Flore Francaise, Cuvier's Regne Animal and Wilkins's Vitruvius, were presented by Mr. John Carter Brown and Mr. Robert Hale Ives. Often, since that time, the names of these gentlemen and of Mr. Moses B. Ives appear among the benefactors of the Library.
Page xxi - the Library, he may leave his name and the title of the book with the Librarian; and when the book shall be returned, the Librarian shall reserve it for the person so applying; provided he call for it at his next time of receiving books from the Library. 18. Such books, maps, charts, etc., as have been, or which may
Page 81 - Memorial de Sainte Helene. Journal of the private Life and Conversations of the Emperor Napoleon at St. Helena. 2 vols. 8vo.
Page 312 - out of Arabique into French by the Sieur Du Ryer and newly Englished for the satisfaction of all that desire to look into the Turkish vanities. 8vo.
Page xix - under such restrictions as the Library Committee may prescribe, shall be extended to all graduates of the University ; to all settled clergymen of every denomination residing in the city of Providence and its vicinity; and to all other persons on whom, for the

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