Advocate"s Library, notable accessions up to 1925

a book of illustrations. by National Library of Scotland. in Edinburgh

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  • National Library of Scotland -- Catalogs.,
  • Rare books -- Scotland -- Edinburgh -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.
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LC ClassificationsZ921 .S28 1965a
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Pagination1 v. (chiefly illus.)
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National Library Of Scotland Advocates' Library: Notable Accessions Up To The Advocates Library, founded inis the law library of the Faculty of Advocates, in Edinburgh. It served as the national deposit library of Scotland untilat which time through an Act of Parliament the National Library of Scotland was created.

All the non-legal collections were given to the National Library. Today, it alone of the Scottish libraries still holds the privilege of receiving a copy of every. Inthe National Library of Scotland was established when the Faculty gifted to the nation its whole non-law collections comprisingbooks, pamphlets, manuscripts, maps and sheet music.

The Advocates Library has retained the privilege of holding printed law materials on behalf of the nation, and works closely with the National Library of Scotland to make them available to the public. Discussed in Priscilla Bawcutt, ‘The Contents of the Bannatyne Manuscript: New Sources and Analogues’, Journal of the Edinburgh Bibliographical Society, 3 (), A facsimile page in The National Library of Scotland Advocates' Library Notable Accessions up to.

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I would state that the accessions to the Library during the past year have slightly exceeded the average of former years. Expressed in tabular form the number of titles added is as follows: Books Pamphlets Engravings, maps, mss., etc.

Unbound issues of newspapers The number of bound volumes now in the Library is. The Book of the Dean of Lismore () The 'MS ' () with its famous clan genealogies. These are the subject of a detailed scholarly website about the ' manuscript' The Glenmasan manuscript () Poetry of Alasdair Mac Mhaighstir Alasdair () Gaelic manuscripts acquired from onwards.

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It was opened in and gained national library status in the Copyright Act, giving it the legal right to a copy of every book published in Great Britain. In the following centuries, the library added books and manuscripts to the collections by purchase as well as legal deposit, creating a privately funded national library.

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