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" The college, however, did not long profit by his "ingenuity and merit," for in 1770 he had been gone long enough for the Trustees to find that "sufficient care is not taken of the books for want of a properly established librarian" and Mr. William Houston... "
The University Library ... - Page 80
by Princeton University - 1898 - 20 pages
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Princeton University Library: American Library Association Visit, June 29, 1916

Princeton University. Library - 1916 - 159 pages
...profit by his "ingenuity and merit," for in 1770 he had been gone long enough for the Trustees to Cud that "sufficient care is not taken of the books for...college librarian." Under Mr. Houston the office of assistant librarian was inaugurated by the Trustees, who ordered that "he should be at liberty to appoint...
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