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Library Regulations.

I. The Library will be open every day in the week (Sundays excepted) from 10:30 in the morning to 4:30 in the afternoon,* except on New-Year's Day, Good Friday to Easter Monday inclusive, and Christmas week; and it will be closed one month in the year, in order to be thoroughly cleaned, viz. from the first to the last day of September.

II. Every Fellow of the Society is entitled (subject to the Rules) to borrow as many as four volumes at one time.


1. Dictionaries, Encyclopædias, and other works of reference and cost, Minute Books, Manuscripts, Atlases, Books and Illustrations in loose sheets, Drawings, Prints, and unbound Numbers of Periodical Works, unless with the special written order of the President.

2. Maps or Charts, unless by special sanction of the President and Council.

3. New Works before the expiration of a month after reception. III. The title of every Book, Pamphlet, Map, or Work of any kind lent, shall first be entered in the Library-register, with the borrower's signature, or accompanied by a separate note in his hand.

IV. No work of any kind can be retained longer than one month; but at the expiration of that period, or sooner, the same must be returned free of expense, and may then, upon re-entry, be again borrowed, provided that no application shall have been made in the mean time by any other Fellow.

V. In all cases a list of the Books, &c., or other property of the Society, in the possession of any Fellow, shall be sent in to the Secretary on or before the 1st of July in each year.

VI. In every case of loss or damage to any volume, or other property of the Society, the borrower shall make good the same.

VII. No stranger can be admitted to the Library except by the introduction of a Fellow, whose name, together with that of the Visitor, shall be inserted in a book kept for that purpose.

VIII. Fellows transgressing any of the above Regulations will be reported by the Secretary to the Council, who will take such steps as the case may require.

By Order of the Council.

*On Saturday the Library is closed at 2:30 PM.





Abbadie, Antoine d'. Note sur le Haut Fleuve Blanc. 8°

Notice sur les Travaux Scientifiques. 4°

Paris, 1849.


Observations relatives au cours du Nil et aux lacs de

l'Afrique Centrale. 8°

Paris, 1851.

Réponses de Falasha dits Juifs d'Abyssinie aux questions faites par M. Luzzato. 8°

Paris, 1850.

Sur les Tremblements de Terre, et sur Mouvements du Sol.

Paris, 1852.

Voyage en Abyssinie. 8°

Paris, 1839.

et J. A. Chaho. Études Grammaticales sur la Langue Euskarienne. 8°

Paris, 1836. Abbott, Francis. Results of Meteorological Observations for twenty years for Hobart Town, from Jan. 1841 to Dec. 1860. Tasmania, 1861.

Capt. J. Journey from Heraut to Khiva, Moscow, and St. Petersburg, during the late Russian invasion of Khiva. Map and Portr. 2 Vols. 8°

Abd-el-Quader, et sa Nouvelle Capitale. Par A. Map. 8°


Paris, 1840.

Abert, Col. J. J. Report on the Commerce of the Lakes and Western Rivers. Washington, 1841.

Reports, Plans, and Estimates, for the Improvement of the Neenah, Wiskonsin, and Rock Rivers, the Haven of Rock River, and a Pier at the Northern extremity of Winnebago Lake. Maps. 8° Washington, 1840.

Report on the subject of Rivers and Harbours. 8°

Washington, 1850.

Lieut. J. W. Report of an expedition on the Upper Arkansas and through the Country of the Camanche Indians in 1845. Map and Plates. 8°

Washington, 1846.


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