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By JAMES SAVAGE,
OF THE LONDON INSTITUTION.
Quisquis hujusmodi operis sategerit, ei non tantum multum tædif& la-
**inted BY AN d for williaM sAvAge,
On the completion of the first volume of “The Librarian"the Editor begs leave to express his grateful thanks frthe unsolicited patronage with which he has been homoured, and which he will make it his unremitting endea"our to deserve, by an industrious application to the objoshe has undertaken to elucidate in this publication.
Ontaking a retrospect of the contents of the present voone, he cannot help calling the attention of his readers to * importance of the matter contained in the Report of the Committee appointed to examine into the State of the *blic Records of this Kingdom; that Report, and the *ins made in answer to the inquiries of the Committee, ‘mbrace the most copious information relative to public
P*P*rs of all descriptions, which has ever been laid before
, the Public; and the extracts which the Editor has made
from this Report, containing an Account of the Manuscript Department of the British Museum ; of the Manuscript Libraries of the Royal Society, Society of Antiquaries, Heralds' College, Lincoln's Inn, the Middle Temple, and of the Archbishop of Canterbury, at Lambeth, will, he "** found to contain information of the most in
t - - *sting nature, to every person who may direct his pur