Finding List of English Prose Fiction: Pt. 1 Authors, Pt. 2, Titles

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The Trustees, 1902 - American fiction - 184 pages
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Page 185 - Each person entitled to draw books from the Library will be supplied with a card on which is written the borrower's name, residence and register number. This card must always be presented when a book is borrowed or returned, and, if lost, it will be replaced fourteen days after notice of such loss> on payment of ten cents. Immediate notice of a change of residence must be given at the Library.
Page 185 - Book," shall not be retained more than one week and can not be renewed. Other books may be retained two weeks, and may be renewed for the same period.
Page 2 - The most influential books, and the truest in their influence, are works of fiction. They do not pin the reader to a dogma which he must afterwards discover to be inexact; they do not teach him a lesson which he must afterwards unlearn. They repeat, they rearrange, they clarify the lessons of life; they disengage us from ourselves, they constrain us to the acquaintance of others ; and they...
Page 185 - Each person entitled to draw books from the library will be supplied with a card inscribed with his or her name, residence, date of expiration, and registration number.
Page 185 - ... delinquent. Upon a request for renewal, a notice will be sent in return, stating that the book has been renewed as requested, with the amount of fine, if any. This notice must accompany the book when it is returned. This rule does not apply to ' ' Seven-Day^ ' Books. These can not be renewed. No. 10. Books may be reserved at the library or through the delivery stations by payment of two cents. The person asking to have a book reserved will receive notice as soon as the book is on the shelves...
Page 185 - Public Schools; Ordained clergymen and city missionaries regularly officiating in the city ; Benefactors of the Library to the amount of one hundred dollars; Other persons to whom the Board of Managers may, for special reasons, and for a period of not more than one year, accord this privilege. Non-residents may draw books from the Library by making a deposit of three dollars and an annual payment in advance of five dollars.
Page 185 - Books may be renewed personally at the library or delivery station, or by a postal card sent to the library, giving the date on which the book is due, the number of the book shown on the pocket, full address and the number of the borrower's card. This postal should reach the library not later than the day the book is due. If received later than this, a fine of three cents per day will be charged for each day delinquent.
Page 185 - Any person abusing the privileges of the Library or violating these rules shall be temporarily suspended from its privileges; and the case shall be reported to the Board of Managers for such action as the Board may deem proper.
Page 185 - ... returned, and if lost, it will be replaced fourteen days after notice of such loss, on payment of ten cents. Immediate notice of a change of residence must be given at the library or stations. Neglect to give this notice may subject the cardholder to suspension or forfeiture of privileges.
Page 185 - Any resident of Hamilton County, Ohio, may draw books from the library by registering his or her name and residence and complying with either of the following conditions: I. By being satisfactorily vouched for in writing by any responsible citizen of Hamilton County, Ohio, on the form prescribed by the Board of Trustees, to remain in force not more than three years. II. By depositing with the librarian three dollars or the value of the work desired.

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