The Library Assistant: The Official Organ of the Library Assistants' Association, Band 4

The Association, 1905
Vols. 1-18, 34-40 include 4th-30th, 45th-51st (1898/99-1924/25, 1940-46) reports of the Association of Assistant Librarians. Vols. 19-33 have 31st -44th (1925/26-1939) reports as separately paged appendices or supplements.

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Seite 251 - Were half the power that fills the world with terror, Were half the wealth bestowed on camps and courts, Given to redeem the human mind from error, There were no need of arsenals or forts: The warrior's name would be a name abhorred!
Seite 56 - Take heed of an unactive vain spirit ! Recreate yourself with Sir Walter Raleigh's History : it's a Body of History ; and will add much more to your understanding than fragments of Story.
Seite 303 - There are at present six independent manuscripts of the Saxon Chronicle, ending in different years, and written in different parts of the country. In...
Seite 317 - ... more to give you a picture ; and a penny off my sevenpence to send you the book — a thousand sixpences are twenty-five pounds ; when you have bought a thousand Fors of me, I shall therefore have five pounds for my trouble — and my single shopman, Mr.
Seite 148 - Britannica. And as many of the works mentioned in the " Annotated Syllabus" as possible. The course will, as a rule, be restricted to students living outside the London County Council area, but persons residing inside that area who may wish to join the classes may make application to the Education Committee. These students, however, are reminded that, as stated above, Mr. Brown will conduct oral classes in the same subjects, on the same dates, at the London School of Economics. The fee for each course...
Seite 317 - And I mean to sell all my large books, henceforward, in the same way; well printed, well bound, and at a fixed price ; and the trade may charge a proper and acknowledged profit for their trouble in retailing the book. Then the public will know what they are about, and so will tradesmen...
Seite 83 - British topography : or an historical account of what has been done for illustrating the topographical antiquities of Great Britain and Ireland. 2 vols. London, 1780. 4°. This is a much enlarged edition of his " Anecdotes of British topography,
Seite 90 - Sir Robert Cotton one day at his tailor's, discovered that the man was holding in his hand, ready to cut up for measures — an original Magna Charta, with all its appendages of seals and signatures.
Seite 49 - The more books of the right kind are read, the more efficient a nation becomes. To deny that books of the right kind contribute to human efficiency, or that the great books of a nation contribute to a nation's efficiency, is like a refusal to acknowledge that heat comes from the sun or motive power from steam. No man or woman who contests that sort of proposition deserves a hearing. — Sidney Lee.
Seite 290 - I guess, he built from the ground,. out of the old chapel, which he purchased of the king at the dissolution of monasteries, where on the same ground he had several other tenements, and afterward purchased several leases of the dean and chapter of St. Paul's.

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