«At the risk of entering into minute and very uninteresting particulars...»: the dispute between Antonio Panizzi and Nicholas Harris Nicolas

Lucia Sardo

Abstract


The paper analyzes the dispute between Panizzi and Nicolas regarding the innovations proposed by the Italian librarian at the British Museum library. The innovations introduced by Panizzi mainly concern the management of the reading room and the rules for the new printed catalog of the printed books of
the British Museum library.


Keywords


Cataloguing; Antonio Panizzi; British Museum; Cataloguing rules

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References


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Nicolas 1846 = Nicholas Harris Nicolas, Animadversions on the library and catalogues of the British Museum. A reply to Mr. Panizzi’s statement and a correspondence with that officer and the Trustees, London, Bentley, 1846.

Panizzi 1846 = Antonio Panizzi, On the supply of printed books from the library to the Reading room of the British Museum, London, Charles Whittingham, 1846.

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Times 1850 = The Times, Friday, march 29, 1850.




DOI: 10.6092/issn.2283-9364/11032

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