Catalogue of the Cambridge Public Library, 1887

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Rand Avery Company, 1887 - Library catalogs - 395 pages
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Page vii - citizens at large, one of whom shall hold office for one year, one for two years, one for three years, one for four years, and one for five years, their
Page 268 - Collections concerning the church, or congregation of Protestant Separatists ; formed at Scrooby, in North Nottinghamshire, in the time of King James I.; the founders of New Plymouth, the parent colony of New England.
Page vii - They shall choose, annually, in the month of January, a suitable person to be librarian, who shall be removable at the pleasure of the Board, and shall receive such compensation as the Trustees may from time to time determine.
Page 162 - McCarthy, J. History of our own times; from the accession of Queen Victoria, to the general election of
Page 294 - Rump, The. An exact collection of the choicest poems and songs relating to the late times. By the most eminent wits from 1639 to
Page 125 - Hough, FB The elements of forestry. Information concerning the planting and care of forest trees for ornament or profit ; with suggestions upon the creation and care of woodlands.
Page 317 - Taylor, S. Sound and music. An elementary treatise on the physical constitution of musical sounds and harmony, including the chief acoustical discoveries of Prof. Helmholtz. London, 1873.
Page 254 - Our bodies; or, How we live. An elementary text-book of physiology and hygiene, with special reference to the effects of stimulants and narcotics on the human system.
Page vii - in convention of the City Council, one member of the Board of Aldermen, and one member of the Common Council, to serve for the current municipal year ; and one citizen at large, whose term of office shall be
Page 291 - The history and principles of the civil law of Rome. An aid to the study of scientific and comparative jurisprudence.

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