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There are also of pamphlets some twenty or thirty thousand duplicates, arranged in
boxes, and ready for exchanges.
EXPLANATION-CLASS III includes General History, Universal Biographies, Histories of Eras, Voyages and Travels when embracing several coun-
CLASS IV includes North and South American History, Biographies of Americans, Geography of, and Voyages and Travels in America, with the
CLASS V, CLASS VI, CLASS VII, CLASS VIII. These have the same scope for the respective countries that Class IV has for America.
CLASS X includes Russia, Greece, Turkey, Spain, Portugal, with Asia, Africa, Australia, Polynesia, etc.
CLASS XIII includes Political Science, Social Science, and Ethics applied and unapplied, Intellectual Science, Education, Rhetoric, Logic, Phrenology, etc.
CLASS XXI embraces all such pamphlet volumes as may have been received from time to time, and are generally too heterogeneous in their make-up
The subdivisions of classes are kept in ranges by themselves, so that for purposes of enumeration or learning percentage of use, it is practicable at any
NOTE. — The above figures of the three special collections exhibit them as when received in the Public Library and assigned to our shelves. There