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Mrs. Warren A. Read
The Library Committee shall divide the books and other articles belonging to the Library into three classes, namely: (a) those which are not to be removed from the building; (b) those which may be taken only by written permission of three members of the committee; (c) those which may circulate under the following rules.
Members shall be entitled to take from the Library two folio or quarto volumes, or four volumes of lesser fold, with the plates belonging to the same, upon having them recorded by the Librarian, or Assistant Librarian, and promising to make good any damage they sustain, while in their possession, and to replace the same if lost, or pay a sum fixed by the Library Committee.
No person shall lend any book belonging to the Institute, excepting to a member, under a penalty of one dollar for each offence.
The Library Committee may allow members to take more than the allotted number of books upon a written application, and may also permit other persons than members to use the Library under such conditions as they may impose. No person shall detain any book longer than four weeks from the Library, if notified that the same is wanted by another member, under a penalty of five cents per day, and no volume shall be detained longer than three months at one time under the same penalty.
The Librarian shall have power by order of the Library Committee to call in any volume after it has been retained by a member for ten days.
On or before the first Wednesday in May, all books shall be returned to the Library, and a penalty of five cents per day shall be imposed for each volume detained.
No book shall be allowed to circulate until one month after its receipt.
HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
THE GIFT OF
STANDARD CLASSICAL WORKS.
Horace, The Works of. With English Notes, for the use of Schools and Colleges. By J. L. LINCOLN, Professor of Latin Language and Literature in Brown University. 12mo. 575 pages. Livy. Selections from the first five books, together with the twenty-first and twenty-second books entire. With a Plan of Rome, and a Map of the Passage of Hannibal, and English Notes for the use of Schools. By J. L. LINCOLN, Prof. of the Latin Language and Literature in Brown University. 12mo. 329 pages. Quintus Curtius: Life and Exploits of Alexander the Great. Edited and illustrated with English Notes, by WILLIAM HENRY CROSBY. 12mo. 385 pages.
Sallust's Jugurtha and Catilina. With Notes and a Vocabulary. By BUTLER and STURGUS. 12mo. 397 pages.
It is believed that this will be found superior to any edition heretofore published in this country.
The Histories of Tacitus. With Notes for Colleges. By W. S. TYLER, Professor of Latin and Greek in Amherst College. 12mo. 453 pages.
Tacitus's Germania and Agricola. With Notes for Colleges. By W. S. TYLER. 12mo. 193 pages.
Virgil's Eneid.* With Explanatory Notes. By HENRY FRIEZE, Professor of Latin in the State University of Michigan. (Recently published.) 12mo. 598 pages.
The type is unusually large and distinct. The work contains eighty-five engravings, which delineate the usages, customs, weapons, arts, and mythology of the ancients, with a vividness that can be attained only by pictorial illustrations.
A First Greek Book* and Introductory Reader. By A. HARKNESS, Ph. D., author of "Arnold's First Latin Book." "Second Latin Book," etc. (Recently published.) 12mo. 276 pages.
Acts of the Apostles, according to the text of Augustus HAHN. I With Notes and a Lexicon by JOHN J. OWEN, D. D., LL. D. With Map. 12mo.
Arnold's First Greek Book,* on the Plan of the First Latin Book. 12mo. 297 pages.
Arnold's Practical Introduction to Greek Prose Composition.* 12mo. 297 pages.
Second Part to the above.* 12mo. 248 pages.
SEE END OF THIS VOLUME.