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for his due observance of the rules of the library, and for the value of such books as may be injured or lost by him.
Section 2d. No individual shall be permitted to have more than two books out at one time, without a written permission, signed by at least two members of the Library Committee, nor shall a book be kept out more than two weeks; but is no one has applied for it, the former borrower
renew the loan: should any person have applied for it, the latter shall have the preference.
Section 3d. A fine of ten cents per week shall be exacted for the detention of every book beyond the limited time; and is a book be not returned within three months, it shall be deemed lost, and the borrower shall, in addition to his fines, forfeit its value.
Section 4th. Should any book be returned injured, the borrower shall pay for the injury, or replace the book, as the Library Committee may direct; and if one or more books, belonging to a set or sets, be lost, the borrower shall pay the full value of the set or sets, and may take the remaining volumes.
VII. Any person removing from the Hall, without permission from the proper authorities, any book, newspaper, or other property in charge of the Library Committee, shall be reported to the Committee, who may inflict any fine not exceeding Twenty-five Dollars.
VIII. No member whose annual contribution for the current year shall be unpaid, or who is in arrears for fines, shall be entitled to the privileges of the Library or Reading Room.
IX. If any member shall refuse or neglect to comply with the foregoing rules, it shall be the duty of the Actuary to report him to the Committee on the Library.
X. The Actuary shall keep a book on the table of the Reading Room, subject to the inspection of the members, in which shall be registered the names of the donors, and of all articles presented to the Library.
XI. Books presented or deposited shall be subject to the preceding regulations, or to such special rules as may be determined by the depositor, which shall be reported to the committee, and be entered on the minutes.
XII. Any member detected in mutilating the Newspapers, Pamphlets, or Books belonging to the Institute, shall be deprived of his right of membership, and the name of the offender shall be made public.
Agriculture and Botany.
Agriculture, 551, 0. Memoirs of the Board of Agriculture of the
State of New York. Vols. 1 and 2. 1821 and 1822. Anderson, 106, 0. Essays on Agriculture. By James Anderson.
Dublin, 1797. Anonymous, 358, 0. The Botanist's Calendar. 2 vols. Barton, 209, 0. Elements of Botany. By Benjamin S. Barton.
Philadelphia, 1803. Beatson, 112, 0. Supplement to a New System of Cultivation. By
Alexander Beatson. London, 1821. Berneaud, 220, D. Manuel du Vigneron Français. Par M. Thiébaut
de Berneaud. 3me. edition. Paris, 1827. Bigelow, 324, 0. American Medical Botany. By Jacob Bigelow,
M. D. Boston, 1819 to 1821. Darlington, 114, 0. An Essay towards a Catalogue of the Pheno
gamous Plants, growing in the vicinity of West Chester. By
William Darlington. West Chester, Pennsylvania, 1826. Davy, 48, 0. Elements of Agricultural Chemistry, &c. By Sir Hum.
phry Davy. Philadelphia, 1821. Faden, 856, F. A Plan of the New Forest in the county of South
ampton, (England). By William Faden. 1789. Forsyth, 134, 0. The Beauties of Scotland, containing a full Ac
count of the Agriculture, &c. By Robert Forsyth. 5 vols.
Edinburgh, 1805. Ingen-Housz, 936, 0. Expériences sur le Végétaux. Par Jean IngenHousz. Vol. 2. Paris, 1789.
Johnson, 918, O. The Farmer's Encyclopedia and Dictionary of
Rural Affairs. By Cuthbert W. Johnson. Adapted to the
United States. By G. Emerson. Philadelphia, 1844. Keith, 111, 0. A System of Physiological Botany. By Rev. P. Keith.
2 vols. London, 1816. Kirby, 120, O. Monographia Apum Angliæ. By William Kirby.
2 vols. Ipswich, 1802. Michaux, 113 & 345, 0. The North American Sylvia. By F. A.
Michaux. 7 half vols. Paris, 1819. 2 copies. Muhlenberg, 105, 0. Descriptio Uberior Graminum et Plantarum
Calamariarum, &c. Auctore D. Henrico Muhlenberg. Phila
delphia, 1817. Parmentier, 917, Q. Mémoire sur les avantages que la Province de
Languedoc peut Retirer de ses Grains. Par M. Parmentier.
Paris, 1786. Porter, 85, O. The Nature and Properties of the Sugar Cane, with
Practical Directions for the Improvement of its Culture, and the Manufacture of its Products. By George Richardson
Porter. Philadelphia, 1831. Potter, 900, 0. The Principles of Science applied to the Domestic
and Mechanic Arts, and to Manufactures and Agriculture.
By Alonzo Potter. Boston, 1841. Ruffin, 922, 0. An Essay on Calcareous Manures. 3d edition. By
Edmund Ruffin. Petersburg, Virginia, 1842. Smith, 109, O. An Introduction to Physiological and Systematical
Botany. By James Edward Smith. Philadelphia, 1814. 108, O. A Grammar of Botany. By James Edward Smith.
With Additions, by Henry Muhlenberg. New York, 1822. Torrey, 332, 0. A Flora of the Northern and Middle Sections of the
United States. By John Torrey, M. D. Vol. 1. New York,
1824. Washington, 193, 0. Letters from General Washington to Arthur
Young, F. R. S.; containing an Account of his Husbandry.
London, 1801. Withering, 110, 0. · An Arrangement of British Plants, &c. By W.
Withering. 4 vols. London, 1818.
Baltimore, 256, Q. The American Farmer. Vols. 11 to 15.
Baltimore, 1110, The American Farmer, 2d Series. 6 vols.
1111, Do. do. 3d Series. Vol. 1 & 2.
432, Q. The Farmer and Gardener. Vol. 1. Boston, 784, Q. New England Farmer and Horticultural Register.
New Series. Vol. 8.
825, O. Southern Cabinet of Agriculture, &c., for the year
1840. Havana, 237, O. Anales de Ciancias Agricultura. Vols. 1 and 2. London, 783, 0. The Gardener's Magazine. Vols. 15 to 19.
685, 0. Horticultural Register, and General Magazine. By Joseph Paxson and Joseph Harrison. Vol. 1. 1832.
, 691, 0. The British Farmer's Magazine. Vols. 1 and 2. 527, 0. The Farmer's Magazine. Vols. 4 to 8. 786, O.
do. 2d Series. Vols. 1 to 14. Philadelphia, 313 & 539, O. Memoirs of the Pennsylvania Agricultu
ral Society. 2 copies.
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Antiquities and Fine Arts.
Anonymous, 366, F. Sculture e Pitture Sagre Estratte da i Cimiterj
di Roma Pubblicate Dagli Autori del la Roma Sotterranea ed
vol. Bardon, 19, Q. Costume des Anciens Peuples. Par M. D. Bardon.
4 tomes. Paris, 1772. Dalton, 1025, F. The Explanation of a Series of Points relative to
the Manners, Customs, &c., of the Inhabitants of Egypt,
from Drawings on the Spot. By Richard Dalton. 1749. D’Overbeke, 1026, F. Les Restes de l'Ancienne Rome. Par Bona
venture D'Overbeke. 3 tomes. Amsterdam, 1709. Desgodetz, 526, F. Les Edifices Antiques de Rome, Mesurés et Des.
sinés Tres-exactement sur les Lieux. Par Feu M. Desgodetz.
Paris, 1779. Dilettanti, Society of, 586, F. The Unedited Antiquities of Attica.
By the Society of Dilettanti. London, 1837. Dupin, 790, 0. Tableau des Arts et Métiers des Beaux Arts. Par le
Baron Charles Dupin. Paris, 1826. Givstiniani, 15, F. Galleria Givstiniani. Del Marchese Vincenzo
Givstiniani. 2 vols. 1631. Goguet, 592, 0. Origin of Laws, Arts and Sciences, and their Pro
gress among the most Ancient Nations. Translated from the French of the President de Goguet. 3 vols. Edinburgh,
1761. Harrison, 452, 0. Instructions for the Mixture of Water Colors,
adapted to Miniature Painting: with Elements of Painting in
Water Colors. By H. Harrison. London. Hayley, 590, Q. An Essay on Sculpture. By William Hayley. Lon.
don, 1800. Hervey, 659, F. Illustrations of Modern Sculpture; a series of En
gravings, &c. By T. K. Hervey. London, 1834. Hooper, 627, 0. An Inquiry into the State of the Ancient Mea.
sures, the Attick, the Roman, and especially the Jewish; with an Appendix concerning our old English Money and
Measures of Content. London, 1721.
the French. By C. Hullmandell. London, 1820.
tures. By the learned Father Montfaucon. Translated by
David Humphreys. 5th vol. London, 1722. Jones f. Co., 621, Q. The National Portrait Gallery of Pictures by
the Great Masters. By Jones & Co. 2 vols. London. Knight, 1049, 0. Knight's New Book of 758 Plain, Ornamental, and
Reversed Cyphers. London.