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News from France/Chapter 5

LITERATURE OF LIBRARIES

SEVENTEENTH AND EIGHTEENTH
CENTURIES

Edited by John Cotton Dana, Librarian of the Free Public Library, Newark, New Jersey; and Henry W. Kent, Librarian of the Grolier Club, New York City.

I. COTTON DES HOUSSAYES, JEAN BAPTISTE (1727-1783).

Concerning the Duties and Qualifications of a Librarian (Des Devoirs et de Qualities du Bibliothecaire).

2. DURY, JOHN (DURIE) (1596-1680).

The Reformed Librarie-Keeper. London, 1650.

3. KIRKWOOD, REV. JAMES (1650?-1708).

An Overture for founding and maintaining of Bibliothecks in every Paroch throughout this Kingdom. [Edinburgh], 1699.

4. BODLEY, SIR THOMAS (1545-1613).

Life, written by himself, 1609; with his First Draught of the Statutes of the Public Library at Oxford. (From Reliquiae Bodleianae, 1703.)

5. LIPSIUS, JUSTUS (1547-1606).

De Bibliothecis Syntagma. Antwerp, 1602. Translated into English for this series.

6. NAUDÉ, GABRIEL (1600-1653).

News from France; or, A Description of the Library of Cardinal Mazarini (London, 1652), and, The Surrender of the Library of Cardinal Mazarin.

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