Cold draughts are as injurious as bad atmosphere, but with due care the windows in the gallery can be made to let in enough fresh air without creating a draught, to keep the atmosphere the Library from becoming so stifling and unhealthy, as it is now. If we cannot hope for improvement in the ventilating facilities in the Library, we certainly have a right to expect that those that do exist will be used as advantageously as possible.
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