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L I B R A 11 Y REGULATIONS.
[extract From The BY-I. aWS.j
XXI. Tlie following (hall be the regulations sor the ule of the Library:
No book or manuscript Hull at aiiy time be lent to any ;1crson t. 1 be removed from the Library.
No manuscript in th: Library, nor any paper read before the Society and deposited in its archives, lhail be published, except by the direetion of the Society, or with the consent of the Executive Committee.
The hours during which the Library shall be open, (hall be determined, from time to time, by the Executive Committee.
During such hours, any member of the Society may have free access to consult any book or manuscript, except such as may be oesignated by the Executive Committee, and to make extracts from .he same under the authority of the Librarian. Any person not a member, may obtain the like privilege of consultation from the President or Librarian, if known to them, or upon the recommendation of fume other member, to whom the applicant is known. But no pcison not a member, shall be permitted to take extracts from the manuscripts of the So^ery, excepting the donors or depositors of the same, without special authority from the Exeeutive Committee.
It shall be the duty of the Librarian, or his Assistant, to report to the Executive Committee any injury done to any book or manuscript by any person consulting the same; and the said Committee may, at their discretion, lay such reports before the Society. For any such injury, the person doing it shall make such pecuniary compensation as the said Committee shall judge proper; and if he be not a member, the Committee shall have power to prohibit him from surther access to the Library.
GEORGE H. MOORE, Secretary.
[The ossicers of the Society are members, ex offirin. of the Executive Committee.]
Cmraralset on the Jftnr Jws.
ANDREW WARNER, Secretary.
[The President, Librarian, and Chairman of the Executive Committee are members, er ojfieit). of the Committee on the Fine Arts.]
CATALOGUE OF THE LIBRARY The New-york Historical Society.
.AAu, Jacob. Snorre Sturleson's Norflec Kongers Sagaer. 3 vols. folio.
Abbeville, Claude De. Histoire dc la Million des Peres Capucins en l'lflc de Maragnan et Terres circonvoisines, etc. 8vo. Paris, 1614.
Abbot, Abieu Artillery Ejection Sermon, Boston, June 7th, 1812. 8vo. Boston, 1812.
History of Andover, from its settlement to 1829. 12mo.
Abbott, Henry. Catalogue of a collection of Egyptian Antiquities. 8vo., pp. 68. N. Y., 1853.
Abeel, David G. Inaugural Dissertation on Dysentery, submitted to the examination of the saculty of the Physicians, under the authority of the Trustees os Columbia College, 6th May, 1794. Dedicated to Isaac Roofevelt, John Charlton, et al. Svo. N. Y., 1794.
AsfeeL, John N. Discourse before the New York Missionary Society, April 6th, 1811. With Report of Directors. 8vo., pp. 67.
N. Y., 1811.
See Gunn, Alexander.
Abenaoui Springs, near Bellows Falls, Vermont [Statement concerning]. i6mo., pp. 16. N. Y., 1858..
Abercrombie, James. Fast-Day Sermon, Philadelphia, May 9th, 1798. 8vo., pp. 38. • . Phil..
Sermon on the Death of Alexander Hamilton. 8vo., pp. 53.
Charges to the Senior Class of the Philadelphia Academy, etc.,.
July 31, 1815, and July 31, 1815. 8vo. Phil., 1815-8.
Same, July 31, 1816. 8vo. Phil., 1816..
Sermon on the Liturgy of the Protestant Episcopal Church,.
before the Convention in Philadelphia, June 15, 1818. Svo., pp.
52. Phil., 1818.