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reformed librarie-keeper (1650)
|Other titles||Supplement to the reformed school|
|Statement||John Dury ; introduction by Richard H. Popkin and Thomas F. Wright.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Publication / The Augustan Reprint Society -- no. 220|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 31 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||31|
The forums in the Christian Congregations category are now open only to Christian members. Please review our current Faith Groups list for information on which faith groups are considered to be Christian faiths. Christian members please remember to read the Statement of Purpose threads for each forum within Christian Congregations before posting in the forum. The first English book on “library economy,” or library management, was a series of letters that Scottish minister and writer, John Dury, Keeper of the Royal Library from the death of Charles I until the Restoration, wrote on library and educational reform to his friend, the German-British polymath and educational reformer Samuel b published them in London as The Reformed.
The reformed librarie-keeper with a supplement to The reformed-school, as subordinate to colleges in universities / by John Durie ; whereunto is added, I. An idea of mathematicks II. The description of one of the chiefest libraries which is in Germanie Frégeville, Jean de. /  The reformed politicke. subject: The Reformed Librarie-Keeper, or Two Copies of Letters Concerning the Place and Office of a Librarie-Keeper.2 Dury's Reformed Librarie-Keeper is invigorated by holy fervor. The title of the work reflects obvious religious intentions. Its opening sentence calls to our attention the service that can be.
-- English books printed abroad -- Some pictorial and heraldic initials -- England and the bookish arts -- The first English book sale -- John Durie's 'Reformed librarie-keeper' -- Woodcuts in English plays printed before -- Herrick and his friends -- A poet's studies -- Printers' marks of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries -- The. Executive summary: The Reformed Librarie-Keeper. Father: Robert Dury Wife: Dorothy Moore (m. ) Daughter: Dora Katherina Dury (b. , d. ) University: University of Leiden University: Oxford University. Author of books: Concerning the Work of Peace Ecclesiastical () The Reformed School () The Reformed Librarie-Keeper ()Died:
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Buy The Reformed Librarie-Keeper (): Read Books Reviews - Kindle eBooks Kindle Unlimited Prime Reading Best Sellers & More Kindle Book Deals Kindle Singles Newsstand Manage your Kindle content and devices Advanced SearchCited by: In the College Old Library we have a copy of John Durie’s (or Dury)(), book ‘The Reformed Librarie-Keeper’ ofwhich extols the value of librarianship beyond simply ‘[looking] at the books committed to their custodie, that they may not bee lost; or embezeled by those that use them.’ (p) but librarians ‘ to become Agents for the advancement of universal Learning.’.
This work was published before January 1,and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago. The reformed librarie-keeper: or, Two copies of letters concerning the place and office of a librarie-keeperA.C.
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_The Reformed Librarie-Keeper_ is an integral part of that preparation. To appreciate it one must look at it in terms of the plans of Dury and his associates, Samuel Hartlib and Johann Amos Comenius, to reform the intellectual institutions of England so that the prophecies in the books.
The Reformed Librarie-keeper () (Book, )  Get this from a library. The Reformed Librarie-keeper (). The reformed librarie-keeper; or, Two copies of letters concerning the place and office of a librarie-keeper by Dury, John, ; Merrymount Press.
() bkp CU-BANCPages: If the Librarie-keeper had been a man, that would have traded with it for the increas of true Learning, it might have been preserved unto this daie in all the rarities thereof, not so much by the shuttings up of the multitude of Books, and the rareness thereof 62 The Reformed for antiquitie, as by the under- standings of men and their pro.
The Reformed Librarie Keeper is an integral part of that preparation. To appreciate it one must look at it in terms of the plans of Dury and his associates, Samuel Hartlib and Johann Amos Comenius, to reform the intellectual institutions of England so that the prophecies in the books of Daniel and Revelation.
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Hope you enjoy it. That Dury's The Reformed Librarie-Keeper is part of his reform program preparatory to the onset of the millennium is apparent both from its setting and its content. It was published in along with two other tracts (not reprinted here) and Dury's supplement to his Reformed School, which itself had appeared a few months earlier.
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What would your ideal public library look like. I was thinking about the structure of libraries - both because I have recently read John Durie's "The Reformed Librarie-Keeper", and also because I am not very satisfied with the public library in town. All about The Reformed Librarie-Keeper () by John Dury.
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Tell readers what you thought by rating and reviewing this book. Rate it * You Rated it *Brand: Gutenberg. He wrote two letters to Samuel Hartlib concerning the duties of a professional librarian, which were published in as "The Reformed Librarie-Keeper".
He held that librarians should not only care for the books, but should also be well educated and accomplished to raise the standards of librarianship.That Dury's _The Reformed Librarie-Keeper_ is part of his reform program preparatory to the onset of the millennium is apparent both from its setting and its content.
It was published in along with two other tracts (not reprinted here) and Dury's supplement to his _Reformed School_, which itself had appeared a few months earlier.The Reformed Librarie-Keeper printed various proposals for the organization and use of libraries, which Dury had originally advanced in It was published together with Dury’s plans for .