Catalogue of the Public Library of Brookline

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J. Wilson and Sons, 1873 - 623 pages
 

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Page vi - IV. — The President shall call a special meeting of the Board at the written request of any two members, provided such request shall state the object of the proposed meeting ; and he may at any time call a special meeting, at his own discretion. All meetings shall be seasonably notified by the Secretary in writing.
Page viii - Any book retained two weeks beyond the time prescribed by these Regulations shall be sent for by the Librarian, and the expense incurred in obtaining it shall be paid by the person who has so retained it.
Page viii - All injuries to books, beyond a reasonable wear, and all losses, shall be made good, to the satisfaction of the Library Committee, by the persons liable ; and any book not returned within one week after demand for it, made by the Librarian, shall be regarded as lost.
Page 511 - A / Comparative View / of the / Constitutions / of the / Several States With Each Other, and With That / Of The United States : / exhibiting in / Tables / The prominent Features of each Constitution, / and classing together their most important provisions under the / several heads of administration; / with / Notes and Observations.
Page v - II. — The officers of the Board of Trustees shall consist of a President, Secretary, Treasurer, and Librarian ; all of whom shall be members of the Board, except the Secretary and Librarian, who...
Page x - ART. IX. — He shall annually, at the discretion of the Committee on the Library, call in all books that are out, and prepare for examination the books and other property of the Library under his control ; and shall, at the same time, make and present to the Committee on the, Library a detailed report of its condition and increase during the year.
Page 502 - Hoc Age." — Old Things and New Things.— The Swiss Cottage. — Obstinacy Punished. — The Infant's Grave.— The Father's Eye. —The Red Book.— Dudley Castle. —The Happy Grandmother.— The Blessed Family. — My Godmother. — The Useful Little Girl.— Caroline Mordaunt. — Le Fevre. — The Penny Tract.— The Potters' Common.— The China Manufactory.
Page 357 - Aims and purposes of the founders of the Massachusetts colony ; Treatment of intruders and dissentients by the founders of Massachusetts.
Page viii - ... same household shall be allowed more than three volumes at any one time. Books may be kept out of the Library fourteen days only ; provided always that any book may be renewed once to the same person, but not more than once, until it shall have remained in the Library one full Library-day. The...
Page 241 - Guild, Life, Times, and Correspondence of James Manning, and the Early History of Brown University (Boston: Gould and Lincoln, 1864), p.

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