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Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne

Charles Parish

Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne

the development of the library, 1903-1983.

by Charles Parish

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Published by History of the Book Trade in the North in [Newcastle upon Tyne] .
Written in English

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  • Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesPH40/April 1984
    ContributionsHistory of the Book Trade in the North (Group)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13956008M

      The Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle-upon-Tyne 15 to 16 January Share: When you enter the Neo-Classical Literary and Philosophical Society building on Newcastle’s Westgate Road (opened in ), you see on the right a broad, sweeping staircase which divides into two and leads you to the Library, a huge room with packed Author: Peter Lathan. 23 Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1SE. The Literary & Philosophical Society, based in Newcastle is an independent library housing a huge collection of books. The library opened in and holds a collection of unique titles, making it .

    Find upcoming events at Literary And Philosophical Society in Newcastle Upon Tyne. Full event details plus travel info, opening times + venue info. Read 3 . The Society of Bookbinders North East is a small but enthusiastic group, drawing members from several counties. Its usual meeting place is the Literary & Philosophical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne at 23 Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1SE. Usually known as the Lit & Phil, the library has its own bindery and hosts a variety of events.

    This book is about the weather diaries of one of those exceptional recorders, James Losh, who very diligently recorded the weather in his Jesmond property between and , and whose legacy is seven volumes of his weather diaries that survive in . Media in category "Literary and Philosophical Society building, Newcastle upon Tyne" The following 17 files are in this category, out of 17 total. Bolbec Hall and the Literary and Philosophical Society, Westgate Road - - jpg × 1,; KB.


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Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne by Charles Parish Download PDF EPUB FB2

Learn more about the Society. Over years old with overbooks, maps, music books and scores items of recorded music, it's free to visit. The tour offers more sights than some other tours of the beautiful city of Newcastle. On it you will hear about the history of the city from the Iron Age to present day, and also about some of the city's more interesting characters.

The tour is less than 4km, does include some steps, and some uneven pavement. Please come prepared according to the weather TripAdvisor reviews.

The Literary and Philosophical Society was founded in by a few like-minded gentlemen, and they first met in three Newcastle locations including The Old Assembly Rooms.

The Society thrived and in members decided to build themselves a permanent home in the gardens of Bolbec Hall, and the Lit & Phil as we know it was opened in The Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne founded The Newcastle upon Tyne Society for the gradual abolition of Slavery in the British Dominions was established at a meeting held in the Society’s rooms.

The Society’s lecture theatre was the first public room to be lit by electric light, during a lecture by Sir. The tour offers more sights than some other tours of the beautiful city of Newcastle. On it you will hear about the history of the city from the Iron Age to present day, and also about some of the city's more interesting characters.

The tour is less than 4km, does include some steps, and some uneven pavement. Please come prepared according to the weather 5/5(). Book your tickets online for The Literary & Philosophical Society, Newcastle upon Tyne: See reviews, articles, and 68 photos of The Literary & Philosophical Society, ranked No.2 on Tripadvisor among attractions in Newcastle upon Tyne.5/5().

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Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Watson, Robert Spence, History of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (). The Literary and Philosophical Society was founded in by a few like-minded gentlemen, and they first met in three Newcastle locations including The Old Assembly Rooms.

The Society thrived and in members decided to build themselves a permanent home in the gardens of Bolbec Hall, and the Lit & Phil as we know it was opened in Catalogue of the library of the Literary and Philosophical Society, of Newcastle-upon Tyne; with the laws and a list of the officers and members [Tyne, Literary and Philosophical] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Literary and Philosophical Tyne.

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Watson, Robert Spence, History of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle-upon-Tyne (). The Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne is a historical library in Newcastle upon Tyne, England, and the largest independent library outside London.

The library is still available for both lending and as a free reference library. Founded in as a Location: 23 Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1SE England. Rome2rio makes travelling from Sunderland to Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne easy.

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As we bask in the August sunshine our thoughts are turning towards Books on Tyne, our winter Book Festival, run in conjunction with Newcastle Libraries. This year it runs from November. Our line-up is looking good with the likes of David Almond (he is actually in the library as your Blogger types!), Anne Fine, Sophie Hannah, James Oswald.

The Lit & Phil is one of the venues for this year’s Newcastle Winter Book Festival ().We’re having a crime-themed evening on Friday 23 rd November: two events will be taking place, the first with three of Scotland’s finest practitioners of Tartan Noir – Allan Guthrie, Tony Black and Doug Johnstone.

Later in the evening we have. SC/12/4 The Literary and Philospohical Society - c. 2 files, paper. Consists of material relating to Sid's involvement with the Literary and Philosophical Society, of which he was a Vice-President.

SC/12/4/1 Minutes and Annual Reports of the Literary and Philosophical Society. - 1 file, paper Literary and Philosophical Society.

Full text of "The history of the Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle-upon-Tyne () [microform]" See other formats. Jon Mee. I was lucky enough to be involved at a Library Day at the Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle upon Tyne yesterday. Thanks to the good offices of the President Paul Gailiunas and the Librarian Kay Easson I was able to get access to the archives.

Newcastle Castle and the Literary and Philosophical Society! 29/12/ 11/11/ So Peeps, today we learn that Newcastle has a Castle and the city derives its name from an order issued by William the Conquerer, to build a “New Castle on the Tyne”.Jon Mee.

There is a Library Day at the Literary and Philosophical Society of Newcastle-upon-Tyne on February Anyone interested in giving a short paper (10 mins) on the Society or research using its resources should contact me at (@) or Ruth Connolly ([email protected])I’m planning to talk about John Clennell.A trip to Venice should be a treat for any bookbinder.

The city has a long tradition of fine bookbinding and paper marbling. So, on a recent trip it was disappointing that many of the bookbinders with workshops open to view from the streets were selling notebooks with standardised wrap-around leather covers and inferior decorated paper.