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MANILA, MASSACre of foreignerS IN 1820, LETTEr from Peter Dobell.
MANUSCRIPTS. See DOCUMENTS PRINTED FROM MANUSCRIPTS IN THE LIBRARY.
MATHEMATICS, LIST OF WORKS RELATING TO THE HISTORY OF..
NEW YORK, COLONY, List of PUBLICATIONS OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY,
Accessions, List of principal. 32-35, 80-83, 117-119, 152-155, 187-191,
235-239, 268-271, 303-307, 394-399, 447-455, 496-503
Donors, List of. 36, 84, 120, 156, 192, 240, 272, 308, 356, 400, 456, 504
Report (Monthly). 3-5, 39-41, 87-89, 123-126, 159-161,195-197, 243-245,
275-277, 311-313, 359-361, 403-406, 459-463
PERIODICALS, ANTI-SEMITIC AND JEWISH-CHRISTIAN, LIst of
PRETLOW, MARY DENSON. WHAT DO TEACHERS READ?
REPORT. See NEW YORK PUBLIC LIBRARY-REPORT.
SCOTCH AFFAIRS IN 1589-1590, LETTERS OF JOHN BOWES ON.
UNITED STATES.-REVOLUTION. SIR CHARLES BLAGDEN TO SIR JOSEPH
AMERICAN AFFAIRS IN 1798. JACOB WAGNER TO COLONEL READ.
WAINE, BENJAMIN. REPORT TO CAPTAIN JOSEPH BAINBRIDGE ON THE
CAPTURE OF U. S. SHIP FROLIC BY THE BRITISH FRIGATE ORPHEUS,
p. 362, line 8 of text, for 1903 read 1902.
p. 363, line 3, for MDMCII read MDCCCCII.
SAMUEL P. AVERY.
H. VAN RENSSELAER KENNEDY
LEWIS CASS LEDYARD.
STEPHEN H. OLIN.
ALEXANDER E. ORR.
SETH LOW, Mayor of the City of New York, ex officio.
EDWARD M. GROUT, Comptroller of the City of New York, ex officio.
HENRY C. POTTER.
GEORGE W. SMITH.
CHARLES HOWLAND RUSSELL.
President, Hon. JOHN BIGELOW.
First Vice-President, Rt. Rev. HENRY C. POTTER, D.D.
Second Vice-President, JOHN S. KENNEDY, Esq.
Secretary, CHARLES HOWLAND RUSSELL, Esq., 40 Lafayette Place.
Art, GEORGE W. SMITH, FREDERICK STURGES, ANDREW CARNEGIE.
Circulation, F. W. STEVENS, E. S. WHITMAN, CHARLES SCRIBNER, F. C. HUNT-
Executive, JOHN S. KENNEDY, George L. RiveS, SAMUEL P. AVERY, LEWIS CASS
Finance, FREDERICK STURGES, ALEXANDER MAITLAND, H. VAN RENSSELAER
Law, CHARLES HOWLAND RUSSELL, JOHN L. CADWALADER, SAMUEL GREENBAUM.
The following table shows the operations of the Reference Department of the
New York Public Library for December, 1902, with the corresponding figures for
the last six months, as compared with the corresponding six months of 1901:
During the calendar year ending December 31, 1902, the number of volumes actually received (including exchanges) was 46,946, and of pamphlets 87,868.
The number of volumes catalogued was 52,631, and of pamphlets 32,835. The total number of cards written was 102,832.
The total number of readers during the calendar year was 165,434, and the number of volumes consulted was 410,671, not including those used at the free reference shelves.
There are now on the shelves of the Astor and Lenox Branches of the Library, available for readers, 586,433 volumes and 217,697 pamphlets.
The most popular books of the month were (in non-fiction): Shakespeare's "Julius Cæsar," Riis's "Battle with the Slum," and Roosevelt's "The Strenuous Life;" (in adult fiction): Caine's "The Eternal City," Adams's "Confessions of a Wife," and Wister's "The Virginian;" (in juvenile fiction): Barbour's "Behind the Lines," Wiggin's "Birds' Christmas Carol," and Alcott's "Little Women."
During the calendar year ending December 31, 1902, the number of volumes circulated for home use was 2,019,573; the number of readers consulting books from the shelves was 219,514; the number of new registrations was 28,220; the number of readers (minors) was 198, 267; the number of readers (total) was 405,393; the number of volumes accessioned was 18,435.
There are now on the shelves of all circulation branches, available for readers, 227,269 volumes.