It is not difficult to fill a chapter, and it would perhaps not be impossible to fill a book, with quotations over three centuries deploring the state of library provision in London. They begin at the latest in the mid‐seventeenth century and die out — if they die out at all — no earlier than the late 1940s. Yet how valid were these complaints, and who were the complainants?
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