2 edition of Instructions concerning erecting of a library, 1661 found in the catalog.
Instructions concerning erecting of a library, 1661
Facsimile reprint of edition first published, London, G. Bedle, T. Collins and J. Crook, 1661.
|Statement||by Gabriel Naudé ; translated by John Evelyn.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||97|
Naude’s Advis pour dresser une bibliothèque () —translated twice into English: Instructions concerning erecting of a library () and Advice on establishing a library ( It was in this climate in that Gabriel Naudé (), librarian to the French Cardinal Jules Mazarin and founder of the Bibliothèque Mazarine (the oldest public library in Paris), published his Advis pour dresser une bibliothèque, translated into English in as Instructions Concerning Erecting of a Library. The book, intended.
News from France or, A description of the library of Cardinal Mazarin, preceded by the Surrender of the library (now newly translated). Chicago, A.C. McClurg & Co [California Digital Library]. ibid; Evelyn, J., & Naude, G. (). Instructions concerning erecting of a library: presented to my lord, the President De Mesme. a Library with all the chief and principal Authors."9 The title of Naudé 's book, as translated by Evelyn, Instructions Concerning Erecting of a Library, is appropriate, for libraries are built or erected. An official archive, how-ever, is better described as being developed or matured. So what did .
The complete text is available to view at Early English Books Online, to which the University of Cambridge subscribes.. In this particular book, Naudé advises to arrange books into subject classifications. Without putting this principle into practice, Naudé argued, a library w books would only be as useful as a large army that was not divided and managed in smaller groups. Naudé, Gabriel, Instructions Concerning Erecting of a Library, tr. John Evelyn (). [ Nethersole, Francis], Problemes Necessary to be Determined by All that Have, or Have Not Taken Part in the Late Unnatural Warre ().
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Naudé, Gabriel, Instructions concerning erecting of a library, London, Dawsons of Pall Mall, Instructions concerning erecting of a Library, presented to my Lord the President De 1661 book by Gilbert Naudeus, and now interpreted by Jo.
Evelyn, Esquire. London, This little book was dedicated to Lord Clarendon by the translator. An influential work on library science was the book Advice on Establishing a Library. Naudé was later able to put into practice all the ideas he put forth in Advice, when he was given the Gabriel Naudé (2 February – 10 July ) was a French librarian and scholar/5.
Get this from a library. Instructions concerning erecting of a library: presented to my lord the President de Mesme. [Gabriel Naudé; John Evelyn; John Crook; Howard Coppuck Levis; Gabriel Bedell and Thomas Collins (Booksellers: London, England),; Lessing J.
Rosenwald Collection (Library of Congress); Thordarson Collection.]. Gabriel Naudé, Instructions Concerning Erecting of a Library, trans. John Evelyn, London,Rare Book ZA2 N21 In addition to this book on libraries, Special Collections owns a copy of the book Evelyn wrote on trees for the Royal Society, Sylva, or A discourse of forest-trees, and the propagation of timber in His Majesties dominions.
John Evelyn’s Instructions concerning Erecting of a Library (London, ) was a translation of Gabriel Naudé’s Advis pour dresser une bibliothèque (Paris,), the most famous and influential early modern treatise on book collecting. Evelyn’s translation shows that he kept up with French trends and was concerned that English.
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Featured movies All video latest This Just In Prelinger Archives Democracy Now. Abstract "Four hundred Instructions concerning erecting of a library nineteen copies of this book were printed in the month of February mdcccciii. Of this number four hundred are for sale."--Colophon.A reprint of the translation oif Naudé's Advis pour dresser une bibliotheque (2nd ed., Paris, ), with introduction by John Cotton in red and black: initials, tailpieces, running and caption titles in : Gabriel Naudé.
Full text of "Instructions concerning erecting of a library: presented to My Lord the President de Mesme" See other formats S, J-r ERECTING OF A LIBRARY INSTRUCTIONS Concerning Ere6ling of a LIBRARY: Prefented to My LORD The PRESIDENT De MESME.
BY GABRIEL NAUDEUS,P. And now Interpreted BY Jo. Evelyn, Efquire. History. The Library of Alexandria is generally regarded as the first library approaching universality, although this idea may be more mythical than real.
It is estimated that at one time, this library contained between 30 and 70 percent of all works in existence.
The re-founded modern library has a non-universal collections policy. The reference is to the book entitled Instructions Concerning Erecting of a Library, Presented to My Lord the President De Mesme. 1 It is believed that the dedication of this work contained the earliest printed reference to the definitive name of the Society, although in his diary Evelyn referred to it as such at an earlier date (20 November.
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de Bonnefons () Instructions concerning erecting of a Library (), from the French of Gabriel Naudé external link.
John Evelyn, FRS (31 October – 27 February ) was an English writer, gardener and diarist. John Evelyn's diary, or memoir, spanned the period of his adult life fromwhen he was a student, tothe year he did not write daily at all times.
The many volumes provide insight into life and events at a time before regular magazines or newspapers were published, making. My delvings into the foundation of the Society’s Library have led me to a curious little book in our Early Works collection, Gabriel Naudé’s ‘Instructions concerning erecting of a library’, in a English translation by John Evelyn.
Originally published in France inthe book is considered to be one of the founding works of. Instructions Concerning Erecting of a Library: Presented to My Lord. Invaluable is the world's largest marketplace for art, antiques, and collectibles. NAUDÉ, Gabriel ().
Instructions Concerning Erecting of a Library: Presented to My Lord The President. MDCLXI (London, ); Fumifugium: or the Inconveniencie of the Aer and Smoak of London Dissipated (London, ); Instructions Concerning Erecting of a Library trans.
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Gabriel Naude, Instructions Concerning Erecting ofa Library: Presented to My Lord the President De Mesme, trans. John Evelyn (London, ), 91, Naude's book was originally published as Avis pour dresser une bibliotheque in Paris in ; it was the revised edition of this, published inthat was translated by Evelyn.
(), in answer to a libellous pamphlet on Charles I. by Marchmont Needham; Fumifugium, or the inconvenience of the Aer and Smoak of London dissipated (), in which he suggested that sweet-smelling trees should be planted in London to purify the air; Instructions concerning erecting of a Library.
Naudé (trans. Evelyn), Instructions Concerning Erecting of a Library ( ), whole text (in Course Documents section of Chalk site). Trusting, believing, and knowing. If you come across a printed opinion, how do you decide what degree of trust to accord to it. Abstract. This thesis investigates the library formed by a Scottish clergyman, James\ud Bairn (), and bequeathed by him to Edinburgh University Library.\ud Comprising over nineteen hundred items in some eighteen hundred and forty\ud volumes, it was one of the largest Scottish libraries of the day,\ud and the variety of the contents, make it an important source for the\ud examination Author: Murray C T Simpson.
Instructions concerning erecting of a Library, by Gabriel Naudens interpreted by J. Evelyn. A Parallel of the Ancient Architecture with the Modern. Written in French by Roland Fréart, Sieur de Chambray. Made English by John Evelyn. [char] [char] that is. From John Evelyn’s translation of Gabriel Naudé’s “Instructions Concerning Erecting of a Library.” London.
Chapter 5. is it a book the library wishes to retain or has it been in effect on trial, and has proved not to be worth keeping? which call for special instructions, tip slightly in the front of the book, usually on.Evelyn, though, was as interested in libraries as in trees. In he translated Gabriel Naudé’s Advis pour dresser une bibliothèque as Instructions Concerning Erecting of a Library An Ur-text in library science, this detailed tract confirms how material .