Excerpt from Catalogue of the Books in the Library of the Institute of Accountants and Actuaries in Glasgow
In addition to being a record of the books in the Library, the Catalogue contains references to pamphlets, magazine articles, chapters on special subjects, and other supplementary matter. These additions, particularly the biographical and bibliographical notes, are by no means exhaustive, but they will prove, it is hoped, of value to members, and of service to them in making further research. The references given have been confined to the books in the Library.
With regard to magazine articles, the chief contents of The Accountant, The Accountants' Magazine, and The Accountants' Journal have been extracted and entered in the Catalogue for the period from 1901 to June, 1905. References to articles belonging to the period prior to 1901 will be found in the Catalogue of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, or in The Accountants' Assistant, compiled by Mr. Thomas Beckett. The latter embraces the period from 1870 to 1901, so that these publications, and the present Catalogue, cover between them a period of thirty-five years.
Government Blue Books will be found under the heading of Reports.
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