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Página 3 - Biblical Cyclopaedia; or, Dictionary of Eastern Antiquities, Geography, Natural History, Sacred Annals and Biography, Theology, and Biblical Literature. Illustrative of the Old and New Testaments. With Maps and Pictorial Illustrations, drawn from the most authentic Sources. London,
Página 256 - All injuries*) to books beyond a reasonable wear, and all losses, shall be made good to the satisfaction of the Superintendent , by the persons liable ; every book detained above three months being held to be lost.
Página 124 - Moths. With life-size Figures from Nature of each Species, and of the more striking Varieties; also full Descriptions of both the perfect Insect and the Caterpillar, together with Dates of Appearance, and Localities where found.
Página 176 - Macintosh, D. The Scenery of England and Wales, its Character, and Origin: being an Attempt to trace the Nature of the geological Causes, especially Denudation, by which the physical Features of the Country have been produced; founded on the Results of many years' personal Observations, and illustrated by eighty-six Woodcuts, including Sections and Views of Scenery, from original Sketches or from Photographs.
Página 256 - and maliciously writes upon, injures, defaces, tears or destroys any book, plate, picture; engraving or statue, belonging to any law, town, city, or other public library, shall be punished by a fine of
Página 254 - To protect the Library against loss, and to secure to all a just and equitable share in its benefits, any person detaining a volume longer than the regulations permit shall be fined two cents for each day of detention ; and no remission of any fine shall be made except by the Superintendent.
Página 344 - Speculum historíale de Gestis Regum Angliae. From the copy in the Public Library, Cambridge. Edited by John EB Mayor, MA Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. Vol.
Página 344 - La Prophétie du Roy Charles VIII; par maître Guilloche, Bourdelois. Publiée pour la premičre fois, d'aprčs le manuscrit unique de la Bibliothčque impériale, par le Marquis de La Grange, membre de l'Institut.