circulating library

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library that provides books for use outside the building

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There is a work in several volumes in our Circulating Library entitled "Little Reading," which I thought referred to a town of that name which I had not been to.
In March 1900 an American Circulating Library was established.
5) Austen's last work, the uncompleted novel Sanditon, is, by all critical accounts, particularly interested in representation--in the fantastical tales concocted by hypochondriacs about their health, the testimonial narration of advertising, the stories rented out from the circulating library that seep into daily life, and the gossip that travels within and beyond the small town of Sanditon.
Durable, ISO compliant RFID tags that easily affix to all circulating library items regardless of format and which are guaranteed for the lifetime of the item to which they are affixed 4.
Thomas Butterwick, of Tanter Street, for example, doubled up as a gilt toy manufacturer, while Richard Peart operated as a stationer and the proprietor of a circulating library.
It informs theatre-goers: "Tickets to be had from Bella's coffee house, Sandhill; Mrs Atkinson's stationer in the Groat Market; Mr Humble's circulating library, Mosley Street; Mr Whittaker's bookseller, Tyne Bridge End; Mr Tickle's watchmaker, Mosley Street; Messrs Hall and Elliot's printing office, Pilgrim Street; S Hodgson, printer, Union Street.
In the 1890s, the Society donated the contents of its own circulating library to the City of Winnipeg, to form the nucleus of the new Winnipeg Public Library.
Desde el germen de la circulating library, a esta se le relaciono con la subscription library.
Such libraries provided the majority of circulating library services for residents of Michigan during the first three-quarters of the 19th century.
Dickens, said that many copies of the first edition were snapped up by Mudie's Circulating Library in England, which charged customers to loan a book.
Question eight: In 1821 William Robinson opened a book and stationery shop with circulating library at 42 High Street, Stockton.
In addition to British Braille, the HSB's circulating library also offered titles in Moon Type.
The building houses the second oldest circulating library in the city, a soaring three-story room with ornate iron-railed stacks.
Significant among them are the Cariboo Ministry in British Columbia, a communal garden in Ontario, a circulating library ministry in Nova Scotia, coffee house and puppet ministries, parish nursing programs, the Elders' Institute, a campus ministry drum circle, the Talking Record, and the Minister and the Small Computer--a project in the 1980s exploring what then-new technology could do for clergy, congregations and the church.
DUBAI Forget about buying books or paying to read them -- you can now do it for free at the Free Circulating Library (FCL).