|Grocott & Ward, comps. Grocotts Familiar Quotations, 6th ed. 189-?.|
|A library is but the souls burial-ground. It is the land of shadows.|
Henry Ward Beecher.Star Papers: Oxford, Bodleian Library.
|I look upon a library as a kind of mental chemists shop, filled with the crystals of all forms and hues which have come from the union of individual thought with local circumstances or universal principles.|
Holmes.The Professor at the Breakfast Table, Chap. I.
|I love vast libraries, yet there is a doubt|
If one be better with them or without
Unless he use them wisely, and, indeed,
Knows the high art, what and how to read.
John G. Saxe.The Library.