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"And therefore I shall ever think it extremely necessary, to collect for this purpose all sorts of books, (under such precautions, yet, as I shall establish) seeing a Library which is erected for the public benefit, ought to be universal; but which it can never be, unless it comprehend all the principal authors, that have written upon the great diversity of particular subjects, and chiefly upon all the arts and sciences; […] For certainly there is nothing which renders a Library more recommendable, then when every man finds in it that which he is in search of …"--Advice on Establishing a Library (1627) by Gabriel Naudé

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