On the Construction of Catalogues of Libraries, and of a General Catalogue: And Their Publication by Means of Separate, Stereotyped Titles. With Rules and Examples
Smithsonian Institution, 1853 - 96 strán (strany)
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Strana 88 - THE LIVES OF TWELVE EMINENT JUDGES of the LAST and of the PRESENT CENTURY. By W. CHARLES TOWNSEND, Esq. MAQC late Recorder of Macclesfield ; Author of " Memoirs of the House of Commons.
Strana 82 - ATHENS: ITS RISE AND FALL : with Views of the Literature, Philosophy, and Soc-.ial Life of the Athenian People. By Sir LYTTON BULWER, MP, MA 2 vols.
Strana 79 - IRVING (DAVID). The lives of the Scotish poets, with preliminary dissertations on the literary history of Scotland, and the early Scotish drama.
Strana 10 - ... them it will be no impossible task to digest and publish a universal bibliography. How much this would promote the progress of knowledge by showing more distinctly what has been attempted and accomplished and what yet remains to be achieved, and by thus directing the outlay of intellect aright; how much, by rebuking the rashness which rushes into authorship ignorant of what others have written and adding to the mass of books without adding to the sum of knowledge; how much by giving confidence...
Strana 5 - In seeking a remedy for this evil, the idea occurred to me several years ago, to stereotype the titles separately, and to preserve the plates or blocks in alphabetical order of the titles ; so as to be able readily to insert additional titles in their proper places, and then to reprint the whole catalogue. By these means, the chief cost of re-publication — that of composition, together with the trouble of revision and correction of the press, would, except for the new titles, be avoided.
Strana 9 - Another general consideration in favor of this plan is, that it looks towards the accomplishment of that cherished dream of scholars, a universal catalogue. If the system should be successful in this country, it may eventually be so in every country of Europe. When all shall have adopted and carried out the plan, each for itself, the aggregate of the general catalogues, thus formed — few in number — will embrace the whole body of literature extant, and from them, it will be no impossible task...
Strana 7 - It can hardly be necessary for me to dwell at length upon the benefits to be expected from a general printed catalogue of all books in the public libraries of America. By means of it every student in America would have the means of knowing the full extent of his resources for investigation. The places where the book could be found would be indicated in the catalogue.
Strana 6 - ... stereotyped under the direction of the Smithsonian Institution. 3. The Smithsonian Institution to pay the whole extra expense of stereotyping, or such part thereof as may be agreed on. 4. The stereotyped titles to remain the property of the Smithsonian Institution. 5. Every library uniting in this plan to have the right of using all the titles in the possession of the...