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100
700 Yes.

183

33

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2, 200
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259

87
120
160
154

72 100 179

85 100

120 5, 107

28 295

16 134 250 190

58 244 202 272 180 120

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154 Brooklyn, N. Y..

Darwin G. Eaton... 155 Buffalo, N. Y.

P.K. Noye. 156 Camden, N. Y

Ethan Curtis. 157 | Canastota, N. Y.

R. H. Rasback. 158 Cornell University, Ithaca, N. Y Edward T. Robb. 159 Cortlandt, N. Y.

Henry F. Benton. 160 East Brooklyn, N. Y

Edgar A. Hutchins. 161 Eaton, N. Y..

James Tuckerman. 162 Elmira, N. Y.

E. S. Palmer.... 163 | Fulton, N. Y.

W. J. Townsend. 164 Goshen, N. Y.

Charles E. Merriam.. 165 Hudson, N. Y.

Isaac Mull.. 166 New York City, (colored,) N. Y..Oliver S. Carey. 167 | Lockport, N. Y

Asher B. Evans. 168 Malone, N. Y

Edwin J. Olney 169 Middletown, N. Y.

Theron L. Little. 170 Newburg, N. Y

R. V. R. Montfort 171 | Newtown, N. Y

Le Garde T. Moore.. 172 New Utrecht, N. Y

D. S. Sutphen 173 | New York City, (German,) N. Y. Henry Berge. 174 New York City, N. Y

W.E. Dodge, jr . 175 Nichollville, N. Y

Joseph Martindale. 176 North Shore, L. I., N. Y.

M. Flay Reading.. 177 Ogdensburg, NY

A. J. Hïalbrook.. 178 Oswego, N. Y.

Orville J. Harmon 179 Owego, N. Y

Andrew Coburn 180 Poughkeepsie, N. Y

John I. Platt. 181 Prattsburg, N. Y

John S. Parker 182 Schenectady, N. Y

Nicolas Cain. 183 Saratoga Spa, N. Y.

T. F. Allen.. 184 Syracuse, N. Y.

Isaac Bridgman. 185 Utica, N. Y

William H. Fisher 186 | Akron, Ohio

Jacob A. Kohler. 187 | Alliance, Ohio

E. P. Goucher 188 Amherst, Ohio

A. C. Hitchcock 189 Ashland, Ohio

P. Q. Stoner 190 Ashtabula, Ohio.

James K. Stebbins. 191 Bellaire, Ohio

A. L. Witherel. 192 Canton, Ohio..

William McKinley: 193 Chillicothe, Ohio.

James McL. Welsh. 194 | Cleveland, Ohio.

F. M. Backus. 195 Cincinnati, Ohio

H. Thano Miller 196 Circleville, Ohio..

James Loughey 197 | Columbus, Ohio...

George H. I'wiss. 198 Cumminsville, Ohio

John Joice.. 199 Damascoville, Ohio.

Caleb Maris 200 Dayton, Ohio

Robert W. Steele 201 Dayton, (Soldiers' Home,) Ohio.. William Earnshaw. 202 | Delaware, Ohio ...

J. A. Alexander.... 203 Denison University, Granville, A. L. Lockert.....

Ohio. 204 East Liverpool, Ohio.

J. M. George 205 | Elyria, Ohio

F. L. Nelson.. 206 Geneva, Ohio

H. A. Delano 207 | Hamilton, Ohio

Joseph Saunders.. 208 | Hillsboro, Ohio.

Erskine Carson.. 209 | Huntsboro, Ohio

B. Armstrong. 210 Ironton, Ohio

I. H. Young 211 Lexington, Ohio.

A. W. Burtch. 212 | Lockland, Ohio

James F. Merrill. 213 | Lucas, Ohio....

Jacob Leiter. 214 Mansfield, Ohio

D. Y. Lacy. 215 ! Mount Gilead, Ohio

R. F. Bartlett.. 216 Mount Vernon. Ohio.

D. W. Chase.. 217 Nowbury, Ohio

F. Clark Miller 218 Oberlin, Ohio

J. W. Peck 219 Oxford, Ohio.

D. R. Moone 220 | Painesville, Ohio...

Walter C. Tisdel. 221 | Piqua, Ohio...

W. Richardson.. 222 Portsmouth, Ohio.

T. G. Johnson 223 | Salem, Ohio..

Richard Wiggin 224 Sheffield, Ohio

William A. Day 225 Shelby, Ohio

G. W. Billow 226 Springvale, Ohio

H. B. Mayhew. 227 Springfield, Ohio.

B. F. Prince 228 Steubenville, Ohio

Robert Sherrard, jr.

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61 300 35 30 49 74 47 100 45

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65 376 70 23 60 51 30 115 254 171 120 860 150

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229 Toledo, Ohio 230 Tiffin, Ohio.... 231 West Elkton, Ohio. 232 Wooster, Ohio 233 Xenia, Ohio.. 234 | Youngstown, Ohio 235 | Zanesville, Ohio.. 236 Portland, Oregon.. 237 | Altoona, Pa.. 238 Bellefonte, Pa.... 239 | Bethlehem, Pa. 240 Candor, Pa 241 Dunbar, Pa... 242 Easton, Pa... 243 East Whiteland, Pa. 244 | Erie, Pa 245 Gettysburg, Pa 246 Hanover, Pa. 247 | Harrisburg, Pa. 243 Harrisville, Pa.. 249 Huntingdon, Pa.. 250 Johnstown, Pa.. 251 Lancaster, Pa... 252 Nazareth, Pa 253 New Castle, Pa. 254 | North East, Pa 255 | Petroleum Center, Pa. 256 Philadelphia, Pa 257 Reading, Pa.. 258 Scranton, Pa.. 259 Shippensburg, Pa. 260 Sunbury, Pa. 261 Tidioute, Pa 262 Union Mills, Pa 263 | Westfield, Pa. 264 Williamsport, Pa. 265 York, Pa. 266 Bristol, R. I... 267 Pawtucket, R. I... 268 Providence, R. I. 269 Westerly, R. I. 270 Wyoming, R. I. 271 | Charleston, S. C. 272 Charleston, S. C., (colored). 273 Yorkville, S. C., (colored) 274 Chattanooga, Tenn. 275 Brandon, Vt 276 | Brattleboro, Vt 277 | Burlington, Vt.. 278 Charlotte, Vt . 279 Fair Haven, Vt. 280 ) Fairlee, Vt. 281 Lincoln, Vt 282 Manchester, Vt . 283 Middlebury, Vt .. 284

Middletown, Vt.. 285 North Bennington, Vt. 286 Norwich, Vt. 287 Orwell, Vt 288 Peru, Vt. 289 Pittsford, Vt. 290 Shoreham, Vt. 291

St. Johnsbury, Vt...

Sudbury, Vt 293 Underhill Center, Vt. 294 Waterbury, Vt. 295 West Berlin, Vt. 296 West Brattleboro, Vt 297 Windham, Vt.. 298 Windsor, Vt. 299 Woodstock, Vt... 300 Parkersburg, W. Va. 301 / Wheeling, W. Va..

Yes.
Yes.

J. N. Weaver.. David Millen A. B. Cornell E. R. Sullivan R. K. Warren. John Currie.. James A. Beaver C. W. Krause. John Kennedy. James L. Paull. James L. Fisher. John G. Thomas. N. J. Clark H. K, Porter. John J. Bingley. S. R. Detrich W. D. Patton R. R. Wiestling Emory West.. D. S. Burk David Kuntz Ira D. Lankey H. Ellen C. N. Payne Peter B. Symons J. H. Stearnberg Henry M. Boies. T. E. Billheimer. Michael Shipe. William W. Hague. Charles W. Dabney. William M. Taylor.. John Q. Berry David E. Small.. William H. Spooner.. P. E. Tillinghast John Kendrick. R. F. Latimer S. D. Ashley Virgil C. Dibble Henry W. Thomas.. John A. Newton. George Monteith. Edgar J. Bliss 0. B. Douglass William B. Lund H. McNiel. Charles Howard John Stratton.. A. W. Eastman. Samuel G. Cone L. E. Knapp: D. Leffingwell B. F. Porter. William Sewall Sidney Thomas. 0. P. Symons Amos D. Tiffany. W. Bingham.. George D. Warren D. C. Ketcham. W. H. Mead J.J. Colby C. H. Farnsworth. Joseph Chandler Henry M. Beens I. W. Hawley. L. Richmond. J. W. Curtis. Joseph Willetts.

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TABLE XVII.- Principal libraries of the United States, exclusive of those connected with colleges, 8c.

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600 250

600

300

750

500 4, 132

900

1,000

50

10,000
7,589
7,500
15, 000
10, 870
25, 000
12, 000
5,500
8,0.0
14,000
14, 000
12, 000
15, 000
30,000

2, 315
27,000
34, 588
22, 975
17, (00
16, 000
13,000
2,005
1, 845
4, 610
1, 200

8,000
100, 000

19,000 18, 500

3,000 19, 555 12, 000

1,000 29,00 4, 610 2, 667 5, 003 1, 847 10,000

4,000 10, 1.55 2,345 2, 600

100

50 1,000 2, 438

400 400

36

1 | San Francisco Mercantile Library. 2 Hartford Young Men's Institute 3 Connecticut Historical Society.. 4 Connecticut State Library ... 5 New Haven Young Men's Institute. 6 Wilmington Young Men's Association. 7Savannah Historical Society. 8 Chicago Historical Society 9 Chicago Young Men's Association 10 Indiana State Library. 11 Catholic Diocesan Library. 12 Keokuk Library Association. 13 Dubuque Library 14 Lexington City Library. 15 Louisiana State Library 16 Lyceum Library . 17 Mechanics' Library 18 | Maine State Library 19 Skow hegan Library. 20 Maryland State Library. 21

Baltimore Peabody Institute. 22 Baltimore Mercantile Library 23 Maryland Historical Society 24

Maryland Institute Library. 25 Odd Fellows' Library 26 Arlington Public Library. 27 Barnstable Sturgis Library 28 Beverly Public Library. 29 Bolton Public Library 30 American Congregational Library 31 | Boston Athenæum 32 Boston Library 33 Massachusetts Historical Society 34 Mattapan Literary Association 35 Mercantile Library

Natural History Society 37 New Church Library 38 Massachusetts State Library 39 Young Men's Christian Association. 40 North Bridgewater . 41 Brighton Holton Library 42 Brookfield Merrick Public Library. 43 Brookline Public Library ... 44 Dana Library. 45 Charlestown Public Library 46 Chelsea Public Library 47 Chicopee Public Library 48 Bigelow Library , 49 Concord Public Library. 50 | Peabody Institute.... 51 Deerfield Library Association.

Fall River Public Library. 53 Fitchburg Public Library. 54 Framingham Public Library. 55 Lyceum Library. 56 Public Library 57 Public Library. 58 Public Library. 59 Public Library. 60 | Public Library. 61 | Franklin Library 62 Pacific Mills Library 63 | Public Library..., 64 Young Men's Christian Association. 65 Lowell City Library 66 | Public Library. 67 | Public Library. 68 Public Library. 69 | Public Library. 70 Public Library. 71 Free Library 72 Public Library. 73 Public Library 74 Peabody Institute 75 Phillips's Free Public Library. 76 Pittsfield Mercantile Library 77 Public Library... 78 Roxbury Athenæum Library 79 Salem Athenæum Library 80 Arms Library. 81

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San Francisco, Cal

1853 Hartford, Con..

1838 ...do .

1839 ..do

1854 New Haven, Con.

1826 Wilmington, Del.

1788 Savannah, Ga.

1839 Chicago, III

1856 .do

1841 Indianapolis, Ind

1831 Vincennes, Ind

1835 Keokuk, Iowa

1863 Dubuque, Iowa Lexington, Ky Baton Rouge, La

1838 New Orleans, La.

1844 .....do .. Augusta, Me

1839 Skowhegan, Me.

1867 Annapolis, Md.

1827 Baltimore, MD

1862 do

1839 .do

1843 ..do

1847 ...do

1840 Arlington, Mass

1853 Barnstable, Mass

1867 Beverly, Mass

1855 Bolton, Mass..

1859 Barton, Mass

1853 do

1807 .do

1794 ..do

1791 .do

1848 .do

1820

1831 .do

1864 .do

1826 do

1857 North Bridgewater, Mass. 1867 Brighton, Mass

1864 Brookfield, Mass.

1867 Brookline, Mass

1857 Cambridge, Mass

1857 Charlestown, Mass.

1860 Chelsea, Mass.

1869 Chicopee, Mass Clinton, Mass. Concord, Mass

1851 Danvers, Mass.

1866 Deerfield, Mass

1810 Fall River, Mass.

1861 Fitchburg, Mass.

1839 Framingham, Mass

1855 Gloucester, Mass

1854 Groton, Mass.

1855 Harvard, Mass. Hinsdale, Mass.

1868 Lancaster, Mass

1862 Leicester, Mass.

1861 Lawrence, Mass

1854 Leominster, Mass.

1864 Lowel!, Mass

1867 .do Lunenburg, Mass

1850 Lynn, Mass..

1802 Millbury, Mass

1866 Natick, Mass

1857 New Bedford, Mass

1852 Newburyport, Mass. 1854 Newton, Mass

1849 Northampton, Mass.

1860 Peabody, Mass.

1854 Phillipston, Mass

1862 Pittsfield, Mass..

1850 South Reading, Mass 1869 Roxbury, Mass

1857 Salem, Mass

1310 Shelburne Fallz.

1854 Sherborn, Mass

1860

700 500

150 1, 200

310 400 530

175 1,000

300 480

100

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70 1, 100

80

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300

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1,350 10, 672 1, 265 2, 510 21, 000 13, 000 1, 800 5,00 13, 300 1, 869 3,300 3,000 8,000 13, 455 2, 737 1,500

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200 500 250

90 150 250 180 300 56 When founded.

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Jackson Library. 84 | Public Library. 85 Public Library 86 Goodenow Library 87

Public Library 88

Public Library 89 Public Library 90 Public Library . 91 Public Library.

Westfield Athenæum Library.

Public Library 94

Public Library. 95

Public Library. 96 Public Library. 97 Public Library. 98 Public Library. 99

American Antiquarian Society. 100 Public Library. 101 Young Men's Society 102 Michigan State Library 103 Minneapolis Athenæum. 104 Minnesota Historical Society 105 St. Louis Public Library 106 St. Louis Mercantile Library Association. 107 | Public City Library.. 108 | City Library 109 | Portsmouth Athenæum Library. 110 Newark Library Association. 111 | Public Library... 112 New York State Library. 113 Young Men's Association. 114 Brooklyn Mercantile Library, 115 Buffalo Young Men's Association. 116 Grovenor Library. 117 | Apprentices' Library 118 Astor Library 119 Cooper Union.. 120 Mercantile Library 121 Society Library. 122 New York Historical Society Library. 123 Rochester Athenæum Library 124 Troy Young Men's Association 125 | Public Library. 126 Cincinnati Public Library. 127 Mercantile Library 128 Theological and Religious Library 129 Ohio School Library 130 Cleveland Library Association. 131 Public Library 132 Ohio State Library. 133 Dayton Public School Library. 134 Portland Library Association 135 Pennsylvania State Library. 136 Academy of Natural Sciences. 137 Philadelphia Athenæum. 138 Mechanics' Library 139 | Mercantile Library 140 Philadelphia Library Company 141 | Loganian Library: 142 Young Men's Christian Association. 143 Apprentice's Library 144 | American Philosophical Society. 145 Pittsburg Mercantile Library. 146 Newport Public Library 147 | Redwood Library and Åthenæum. 148 | Providence Athenæum... 149 South Caroliria State Library 150 Charleston Library Society 151 | Tennessee State Library. 152 | Vermont State Library 153 Virginia State Library. 154 Milwaukee Young Men's Association 155 Library of Congress 156 Library of House of Representatives 157 Patent Office Library 158 Library of State Department 159 Library of Treasury Department 160 Washington Library

Library of Agricultural Department..

Springfield, Mass
Stockbridge,

Mass Stoneham, Mass Saultborough, Mass. South Sudbury, Mass Taunton, Mass... Waltham, Mass.. Watertown, Mass. Wayland, Mass. Westboro, Mass Westfield, Mass Westford, Mass. Weston, Mass. Winchendon, Mass. Winchester, Mass. Woburn, Mass. Worcester, Mass.

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Minneapolis, Minn.
St. Paul, Minn
St. Louis, Mo.

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Manchester, N. H
Portsmouth, N. H
Newark, N.J
Newton, N.J
Albany, N. Y

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crease.

2, 300

1857
26, 488

2,000 1862

4,000 1858 3,000

200 1852 2, 511

70 1863 3, 784

200 1866 7,995

700 1865 5, 000

412 1868 1850 3, 856

100 1857 1, 442

100 1868

2, 200 1859 1, 544

66 1857 3,000

80 1867

1, 295 1859 2,000

115 1856 3,714

112 1860 21, 000

1,500 1812 50,000

912 1865 15, 500

3,000 1832 10,000

500 1828 25,000

3,500 1859 1, 968

226 1849 3, 100

1,000 1865

11, 800 1846 31, 238

1, 428 1855 4, 884

284 1854 13, 100

600 1817 10,000

200 1847 15,500

1,000 1868 1818 76, 000

7, 200 1833 11, 021

549 1857 22, 000

1,000 1835 15, 000

1,500 1,000 1820 42, 740

2, 126 1848 138, 000 1859

5,000 1820 | 104, 513 In 1868, 8,840 1839 28, 000

800 1804 25, 000

1,000 1830 19, 000

700 1834 18, 178

300 1858 7, 370

852 1867

21,588 In 1868, 5,392 1835

30, 206 1863 3, 500

442 1850 25, 000

200 1846 10,000

600 1868

2, 500 1817 31, 000

1,070 10,000 1864 2, 800

330 1777 39,000

700 1812 21, 580

400 1814 14,500 1820 20, 000 1821 47, 000

5,500 1731 80,000

1,500 1750 1854 3,000

300 1821

20, 029 1742

15, 000 1847 9, 100

504 1807 4, 225 1730

17, 460 1753 29, 444 1814 12, 000 1748 20,000 1854 12, 000 1830 11 165

512 1823 20,000 1847 10, 566

1,000 1815 | 190, 000 8,000-9,000

25,000 1837 20, 598

1, 135 1789 18,000 2, 730

317 1814 10,000 1862 7,500

1,000

2, 315

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