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You are hereby appointed Librarian to the University of Virginia, with a compensation of 150. D. a year to be paid by the Proctor from the funds of the University. an important part of your charge will be to keep the books in a state of sound preservation undefiled and free from injury by moisture or other accident, and in their stated arrangement on the shelves according to the method and...
The object of the reguln you quote, in yours of the 13 th , against permission to stranger or students to take books from their shelves, was to prevent their being misplaced thro’ carelessness or inattention. it is a rule in all considble libraries because a book misplaced is in fact lost, as nothing but accident or a revision of the whole library book by book can ever find it again. it was to...
I send you a donation from mr Wm. Mclure of ‘Michaux’ North American Sylva by Millhouse in 7 parts Ovo. by which title be pleased to insetion your Supplementary catalogue Chapter 12. Botany. ViCMRL .