No 98

A Library of useful and entertaining books was set on foot by Williamson a little before Xmas it was begun by voluntary subscription, and is intended to be kept up by a regular charge of one guinea upon every new comer in every boarding house, whether it will eventually prove any use, is at best doubtful, as it cannot be very likely that where fellows in the fourth and fifth can procure novels, they should be tempted much by the graver pages of history.

E.H. Greathed
Prin. Opp.

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