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ALL who study in the Library have felt the inconvenience of the new regulation which compels them to go to the desk to receive and return all books used in the building. It certainly is provoking to see the boy carry by you the book you have sent for, and to follow him to the desk, in order simply to bring the book back again. The object of the regulation is to prevent persons from carrying away books not charged. This object, however, is gained by the return of books to the desk; and therefore the first part of the regulation is not only troublesome but needless.