Birmingham free libraries. Catalogue of the reference library, Volume 1

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George Jones & Son, Town Hall Print. Offices, 87-89, Edmund Street, 1883 - 127 pages

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Page 182 - An Act for the more easy and speedy Recovery of Small Debts...
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Page 213 - The Governors of the possessions, revenues and goods of the Free Grammar School of King Edward the Sixth in Sherborne in the county of Dorset.
Page 140 - A rational classification of literature for shelving and cataloguing books in a library. Revised edition. San Francisco, 1882. S7+4 P. 8. Dewey, Melvil. Mr. Perkins
Page 213 - Act to enable the Governors of the Possessions, Revenues, and Goods of the Free Grammar School of King Edward the Sixth, in Birmingham in the County of Warwick, to erect a School House, Masters...
Page 182 - An act for amending an act of his present Majesty, to insure the proper and careful manufacturing of fire arms in England, and for making provision for proving the barrels of such fire-arms.
Page 183 - An act to amend an act to enable the Birmingham Coal Company to sue and be sued in the name of their secretary...
Page 178 - An Act to enlarge and amend the powers and provisions of the several Acts relating to the Birmingham and Liverpool Junction Canal, and to better supply the said canal with water.
Page 213 - Master's houses, and School house, in New Street, in the town of Birmingham, and to make and erect more suitable accommodations on a new site in the vicinity of the town, and to procure such new site, and to extend the objects of the charity, by erecting and making on the old site in New Street, accommodations suitable for a New School for teaching modern languages, the arts, and sciences ; and to make certain additions to the estates of the said charity by purchase, and to raise money for the purposes...

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