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1904–05 in English football

The 1904–05 season was the 34th season of competitive football in England. Stockport County were replaced by Doncaster Rovers in the Second Division. At the end of the 1904–05 season, the First Division was expanded to include 20 teams, sparing Bury and Notts County from relegation to the Second Division. Manchester City, the previous season's FA Cup winners, were discovered to have been paying their players up to £6 or £7 per week instead of the legal maximum of £4 per week; the club's influential winger Billy Meredith was accused of bribing Aston Villa player Alex Leake and was faced with an 18-month ban from The Football Association, who further rebuked the club by dismissing five of its directors and banning a total of 17 players from playing for the club again. Notes = Number in parentheses is the times. * indicates new record for competition P = Matches played.

University of Peradeniya library

The University of Peradeniya library is a centrally administered network of libraries in the University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka. It is considered the oldest academic library in Sri Lanka and one of the largest libraries in Sri Lanka today, it was founded as the University College Library in 1921. With the amalgamation of the Ceylon University College and the Ceylon Medical College in 1942 to form the first university in Sri Lanka, the University of Ceylon, University College library became the University of Ceylon library. At the time this transformation occurred, the library contained nearly 30,000 items; the entire facility was moved to Peradeniya in 1952, with the establishment of a new seven-story building in the University of Ceylon, Peradeniya campus. The first donation to the library was the valuable and extensive collection on history and oriental studies of late Arunachalam Padmanabha donated by his father Sir Ponnambalam Arunachalam; the Vol. 1 of the 11th edition of Encyclopædia Britannica was given the accession number 1.

The University of Peradeniya library has changed its name from time to time as follows: Library, Ceylon University College Library, University of Ceylon Library, University of Ceylon, Peradeniya Library, Peradeniya Campus, University of Sri Lanka Library, University of Peradeniya The scholar H. A. I. Goonetilleke served the library as chief librarian from 1971 to 1979 and is responsible for its growth; the Main Library is located in a seven-story building at the angle of the Senate Building and the Arts Block of the University of Peradeniya. This library contains nearly 300,000 books as of 2009, it serves the faculty of Arts. The electronic database of the main library was created in 1992; the Agriculture Library was created in the 1960s and was amalgamated with the Postgraduate Institute of Agriculture in 1980. The Allied Health Science Library was created for the youngest faculty in the university – the faculty of Allied Health Sciences – in January 2007; the Dental Library was created in 2008 and is the 9th and the youngest member in the university library network.

The Engineering Library was created in 1964. A new two-story building was granted to the library in 2000; the Medical Library was established in 1973. It served all three Medical, Veterinary Science and Dental faculties by the 1980s, before they got independent libraries; the Science Library was established in a new building in 1993. Veterinary science students were served by the Agriculture Library up to 1973. Thereafter the Vet students were served by the Medical Library up to 1994 till the Veterinary Science library was established in that year. Mahailuppallama Library As part of its collection of more than 430 000 volumes, the library contains printed and manuscript material from earlier times; this includes: Donations from A. Pathmanabha, Charles Batuwantudawe, Thomas William Rhys Davids, Rev. Rambukwelle Siddhartha, A. C. Sulaiman, Andreas Nell, Lucian Janz, E. J. Thomas, George Grierson, H. R. Hamley, Albert M. Fehring, C. W. Nicholas and George H. Wickramanayake, W. A. Silva, Henry de Mel Map collection Ceylon Room Legal Deposit Materials Collection – More than 226,453 publications printed in Sri Lanka and registered in the National Archives Department.

Collection of palm leaf manuscripts – Over 5000 palm-leaf manuscripts, which have been catalogued and microfilmed. It is the second largest palm-leaf manuscript collection in Sri Lanka. Collection of microfilms of rare materials Collection of stamps of the world prepared by the journalist and writer Carl A. Muller. Bound periodical collection University of Peradeniya List of libraries in Sri Lanka University of Peradeniya library website Library catalogue search Branch librariesThe Agriculture Library The Allied Health Sciences Library The Dental Library The Engineering Library The Medical Library The Science Library The Veterinary Library

Kunya River

The Kunya is a river in Kunyinsky and Loknyansky Districts of Pskov Oblast, Toropetsky District of Tver Oblast, Kholmsky District of Novgorod Oblast in Russia. It is a major right tributary of the Lovat River, it is 258 kilometres long, the area of its basin 5,143 square kilometres. The town of Kholm is located in the mouth of the Kunya; the principal tributaries of the Kunya are the Oka, the Serezha, the Maly Tuder, the Bolshoy Tuder. The source of the Kunya is in Lake Vsteselovo in the central part of Kunyinsky District, in the southeast of Pskov Oblast, it flows out of the lake in the southern direction and makes a U-turn and turns north. Some stretches of the Kunya make the border between Kunyinsky and Velikoluksky Districts, more to the north, between Velikoluksky District and Tver Oblast. North of the village of Chaltsevo, the border between the oblasts turns west, the Kunya continues north and enters Toropetsky District of Tver Oblast; the Kunya accepts the Serezha from the right and a short stretch of it forms the border between Pskov and Tver Oblasts again.

North of this stretch, at the triple point, the Kunya turns northeast. The mouth of the Kunya is located in the town of Kholm; the drainage basin of the Kunya includes areas around the triple point of Novgorod and Pskov Oblasts: the northern part of Kunyinsky District, the northwestern part of Velikoluksky District, the southern part of Kholmsky District, as well as much of Toropetsky and Andreapolsky Districts. The urban-type settlement of Kunya lies within the drainage basin of the Kunya, but not on the banks of the river