Excerpt from Catalogue of the Library of the Society of Brothers in Unity, Yale College, April, 1846
The present Catalogue differs in several respects from those which have preceded it. The list of authors has been very much increased - completed, so far as time would allow - and inserted in the body of the work. The whole has been rewritten, and in very many cases the titles of books given with greater distinct ness. The index has also been rendered more perfect by the addition of three or four new divisions. Books can therefore be found almost invariably under the name of the author, usually also under the most prominent word of their own title, and finally under their appropriate subject in the index.
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