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LIST OF APPENDIXES.
I. EXTENT AND INCREASE OF THE LIBRARY.
II. EXTENT OF THE BATES HALL COLLECTION.
V. SALE DUPLICATES AND ODD VOLUMES.
XXI. REPORT ON THE EXAMINATION OF THE LIBRARY.
XXII. LIBRARIES IN MASSACHUSETTS.
XXIII. LIBRARIES IN THE UNITED STATES AND BRITISH AMERICA.
XXIV. LIBRARIES IN ENGLAND.
XXV. LIBRARIES IN CONTINENTAL EUROPE.
XXVI. FORM OF CIRCULAR SENT TO LIBRARIES.
EXTENT AND INCREASE OF THE LIBRARY.
* Actual count.
†Of these, 24,618 were the Bates gift.
‡ Of these, 11,721 were the Parker bequest.
disappear in the aggregates, but remain as originally reported among the accessions. counted as books; also volumes lost or worn out, but for some reason not replaced, which exchanged for works in a different number of volumes; pamphlets bound separately and for good reasons bound in a different number; works reported as duplicates, subsequently the following: Works reported at first as containing a certain number of volumes, afterwards subtracting the losses, there still remain several sources of unavoidable discrepancies, such as the numbers in both Halls have been since obtained ordinarily by adding the accessions and was obtained by adding the accessions of the year to the previous aggregates; and although NOTE.- Prior to the report of 1861, the annual statement of the whole number of volumes