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Excerpt from The Gentleman's Magazine Library, Vol. 9: Being a Classified Collection of the Chief Contents of the Gentleman's Magazine From 1731 to 1868; Literary Curiosities and Notes

It is open to question whether the rarest literary treasures of this age produce any such feelings of veneration from the many who are constantly engaged in consulting them, although from the lips of poets there occasionally bursts forth a verse indicative of the old spirit. The great advance made by the British Museum and other public libraries, and the gradual, though slow, spread of free libraries in towns, are encouraging signs of the in¿uence which the high com panionship of books exercises. Few of the following pages are more instructive than those which deal with the libraries in London and the country at the beginning of this century. The strides from the state of things here depicted have been enormous. But 'in the meantime the old book-lover has nearly departed from amongst us. Perhaps the late Mr. W. J. Thoms was the last of his race; but from Leland to Thorns is a far stretch, and the period includes-men who have done much towards making books the servants of thought and science rather than the tyrants of taste and dilettantism.

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