Catalogue of Books in the Boston Library: June, 1824 ...

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Munroe and Francis, 1824 - Library catalogs - 96 pages
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Page 79 - L'Esprit de l'histoire, ou lettres politiques et morales d'un père à son fils, sur la manière d'étudier l'histoire en général, et particulièrement l'histoire de France, par Antoine Ferrand, pair de France.
Page 5 - THREE, volumes shall be taken out at the same time, and no books shall be permitted to be taken or used, but by the owner of a share, or his family. For the...
Page 65 - Provoked Husband, Love makes a Man, She would and She would not, Careless Husband.
Page 5 - Books must be called for by their numbers, and not by their titles. The LIBRARY is opened every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday afternoons, from 3 to 6 in Summer, and 3 to 5 in Winter ; also every Saturday forenoon, from 10 to 1 o'clock. No person shall be allowed to go within the railing, or to take down any Book, without the written permission of two Trustees.
Page 65 - Man, She stoops to conquer, Love in a Village, Maid of the Mill, Lionel and Clarissa.
Page 66 - Speculation. Delinquent. Laugh when you can. Fortune's Fool. Folly as it flies. 3. Votary of Wealth. Zorinski. Secrets worth Knowing. Who wants a Guinea? Werter. 4. Duplicity. School for Arrogance. He is much to blame. Seduction. School for Prejudice 5.
Page 5 - Library for examination on the second Wednesday of May annually, and remain one fortnight. And every person then having one or more books, and neglecting to return the same, as herein required, shall forfeit and pay a fine of one dollar. VI. When a written request shall be left with the Librarian for a particular book then out, it shall be the duty of the Librarian to retain the same, for the person requesting it, for one day after it shall have been first returned. VII. The Librarian will attend,...
Page 44 - Retz. 12mo. 4 38 3 Memoirs of M. de Brinboc, containing some Views of English and Foreign Society.
Page 65 - As you like it. Merry wives of Windsor. King Henry VIII. Measure for measure. Winter's tale.
Page 82 - La Princesse d'Elide, Le Mariage Forcé, Don Juan, ou le Festin de Pierre, L'Amour Médecin, Le Misanthrope.

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