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THE GENTLEMAN'S MAGAZINE,

For FEBRU A RY, 1803.

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MR. URBAN,

distributed to all those who apply ***** have lately heard for admillion, and which I am in.

a great deal of the clined to think you will not be sorry W

French Ivítitute. One to communicate to the publick by

of our countrymen, means of your valuable Repository. *

in the pride of his In addition to thele useful regula

heart, from being tions, I must observe that a larger elected a member, has called it the and more commodious Readingfirst Literary Society in the world ; room has been opened; that an and, indeed, all Europe has been officer is in constant attendance to loud in its commendation.

aslift the readers in whatever their What will then our countrymen purtuits may require; and that in say, and what will the rest of Eu- general. I have found much more rope feel, on the event which has alacrity in producing the books and lateiy taken place in Paris, and manuscripts that are called for. which I haften to communicate to Directions respecting the Reading-room your Readers?

of the British Museum. The potent wand of Bonaparte

" The Reacling-room of the Mufeom is open

from ten till four, every day, has diffolved the famous but shortlived Institute. His Fiat has de except on Saturdays and Sundays, and

for one week at Chrisimas, Eafter, and composed it ; and, by his order, it Whi:fiintide; also on Thanksgiving is now fubdivided into three dif- and Fast Days. tinet Academies.

Perlons desirous of adınillion are to The first is the Academie des fend in their applications, in writing, Belles Lettres.

to the Principal Librarian, who will lay The second is the Academie des the fame before the next general meetSciences.

ing or committee of the trustees. But as The third is the Academie de la it might be dangerous, in to populons a Langue Françoise.

metropolis as London, to adinit perfect

strangers, it is expected that every person What advantage is to refult to who applies, if not known to any trufLearning or the Arts from this

tee or officer, should produce a recomImperial Mandate, we shall wait mendation from fome persons of known with patience to see.

and approved character. Yours, &c. FESTINA LENTE. In all cases which require such dil.

patch as that time cannot be allowed for Mr. URBAN,

Feb. 18.

inaking an application to the Trustees;

the Principal Librarian, or, in his ab. visit the Reading-room at the

grant a tempor:ry leave, till the next British Museum, I was much gra- general meeting or coinmittee. tified of late to find that several Permissions will in general be granted material improvements have been for three months, and none for a longer made, both in the mode of adınif- term than six months; and at the expifon and in the accommodation af. ration of each term, fresa application forded to the readers. The zeal is to be made for a renewal. you have always shewn for the enjoined to use all possible ditpatch in

Although the Librarians be strictly advantage of literature, and for the supplying the readers with the printed public utility in general, induces books or manufcripts they may apply me to lay before you the inclosed for, yet as in fo extensive a Library it printed directions, which are now may not be pollible to fivd every ariicle

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immediately; it is recommended to the Such as are desirous to obtain adreaders to allow a reatouable time for million, are to apply at the office for the search, elpecially as to the printed Diing tickets (which will be kept open books.—11 is expected that the Library on the days and hours above-mentioned), will foon be in luch a state of arrange and produce a lift containing the names ment as to render this intimation su- of each perfon, not exceeding twelve in perfluous.

number, with their descriptions and No reader (except in particular cases, places of abode. The attendant at the at the discretion of the Principal Libra- laid office will acquaint them what varian) will be entitled 10 more than two cancies there are, and immediately devoluines at a time; but they may be liver to them tickets for fuch vacant exchanged as often as he may require. davs and hours as shall beli luir them.

Readers will be allowed to take one -The smaller the number of perlons or more extracts from any printed book in the litt, the sooner they are likely to or manufcript; but no whole, or grea. obtain admission. ter part of a manuscript is to be iran- Such as have obtained tickets and fcribed, without a particular leave from cannot come, are earnefily defired to the Trufees. The vanscribers are not return them at the office as early as to lay the paper on which they write posible, that others may be admitted on any part of the book or manuscript in their fiead. they are using

It is expected that persons who visit No perfou is, on any pretence what the liuseum he decevt and orderly in ever, to write on any part of a printed their appearance and behaviour ; the book or manufcript belonging to the officers being infiructed to refule adMuseum; but if any one thould ob- million 10, or lo cauie to withdraw, ferre a defect, or be able to point out one who Thall disregard this cauan improvement in such book or ma- tion -Past experience has shewn the nulcript, he is requested to signify the necesity of this injunction. fame to the officer in waiting, who In going through the apartments, no will inake proper use of the information. one is to take any thing from its place;

It may be fufficient merely to fug- but if he wants to ganuine any article gest thai silence is absolutely requisie more particularly, he is to apply for it in a place dedicated 10 the purposes of to an officer, or to the aliendant on ftudy."

the company.--No children are to be J'avail myself of this opportunity admitted.--No money is to he given to to send you another printed paper the attendants or servants." that is generally distributed, con

I cannot but congratulate the cerning the mode of applying for publick, and the men of letters in a light of the Museum. Those particular, on the zeal the Trustees who hare experienced the great of the British Mureum bave Mewn difficuliy there formerly was in on this occasion, to render that imobtaining admillion for this purpose, portant institution as useful as may will no doubt be pleased to lee, that be consistent with its safety and ihe on the firit application they may preservation of its valuable contents. now obtain tickets for any vacant

Yours, &c. PHILOMATH. day and hour, that may best suit them.

Mr. URBAN, Directions to such as apply for tickets to

INCLOSE an original paper, fee the BritisNUSRUM.

which possibly you may think · The Museum is open forintpection worthy of being introduced among from ten o'clock till four, every day, the many other curious papers with excepe on Saturdays, Sundays, and which you , favour the publick, Thanklgiving and Fait Days; allo for The reprefentatives of the gentleone week at Chritimas, Eafier, and Whitlunride; and during the months

man to whom the Comunillion is of August and September.

addrefied married two brothers, The hours of admillion are at ten, Mr. Walford of Waldershare, and twelve, and two; and each company Mr. Walford of Banbury, may remain in the Museum iwo hours ; “ Perer Alexiovitz, Czar of provided they come punctually at the Mufcovy, Great Lord Emperor and ime appointed in the tickets.

Grand Duke Contervalor of all the

Great

Feb. 19.

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