Edwards, Edward

Edwards, Edward,

1812–86, English library pioneer. As assistant from 1839 in the British Museum, he helped Sir Anthony PanizziPanizzi, Sir Anthony
, 1797–1879, British librarian, b. Italy. A political exile, Panizzi settled in England in 1823 and was naturalized in 1832. He was associated with the British Museum library as assistant librarian (1831–37), keeper of printed books
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 draw up the rules for the catalog. Edwards collected library statistics and advised William Ewart on the free-library legislation for Great Britain (1850). He was first librarian of the Manchester Free Library from 1850 to 1858. Edwards wrote a biography of Sir Walter Raleigh (1865), Memoirs of Libraries (1859), and Lives of the Founders of the British Museum (1870).
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INDIANA--Jeanne Albers, Mathew Andrick, Mike Brewer, Stacy Chelminiak, Tracy Cornett, Katrina Davis, Shashan Deyoung, Megan Dupree, Kelly Edwards, Rhiannon Edwards, Edward Fox, Mavis Grady, Glenn Handzlik, Thomas Hanlon, Lemon Kelley, Brittany Klenke, Michael Mollenhauer, Tim Phegley, Michael Reeves, Traci Riggle, Nancy Riley, David Rogers, Deborah Sachs-Powell, Mike Schultz, Connie Siders, Karen Skaggs, Stephen Vance, Owen Waxman, Christopher White, Marisha White, Melissa Wiatrowski, Beverly Williams, Jamie Wirtz
Another problem concerns Nichols's analysis of those famous Puritans usually "covered" in American Literature survey courses, Jonathan Edwards, Edward Taylor (Anne Bradstreet is mentioned but not discussed).
Pictured (top row, from left) are Jim Scott, Harry Willcock, Norman Campling, Gordon Edwards, Edward Jones and David John Williams; (middle row, from left) Jack Hughes, Bill Evans, Gwilym Roberts and Richard Roberts; (bottom row, from left) Gwilym Price Jones, Rhys Jones, Dilwyn Evans, David John Lewis and Tom Ellis.