As Professor Muirhead continues to lend the distinction of his name to the Library
of Philosophy it seemed not inappropriate to allow him to recall us to these aims in his own words.
Eager to make Sir Patrick his innocent accomplice on the spot, he made a second attempt to leave the library
; and made it for the second time in vain.
Very likely it had remained in some quiet monastery library
for hundreds of years until Henry VIII.
They found themselves plunging through the club smoking room and the library
beyond, in complete darkness, mental as well as material.
Tantripp told her that he had read prayers, breakfasted, and was in the library
Before I could think of slipping back to the library
(in which I was supposed to be waiting), the active young footman was in the hall, answering the door.
I told you in the library
, you know, that I should never speak to you again, and you will find me as good as my word.
When young Rockwall entered the library
the old man laid aside his newspaper, looked at him with a kindly grimness on his big, smooth, ruddy countenance, rumpled his mop of white hair with one hand and rattled the keys in his pocket with the other.
Dear Sir: Complying with the request which you made of me when I saw you at your residence a few days ago, I now submit in writing an appeal for a library
building for our institution.
"How much for this precious library
, just as it stands, all complete?" called the auctioneer.
Mary did not ask where the library
was, because she was suddenly inspired by a new idea.
Interpreting these words as meaning that his aunt had some business of her own to attend to in the library
, he shut the door.