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The History of England, from the Accession of James the Second [Two volumes].

London: Longmans, Green, and Co, 1899. Popular Edition in Two Volumes, New Impression. Hardcover. From the library of Claud William Mullins....Claud Mullins, 45, (1887-1968) was a reforming North London magistrate and author, bad tempered and often ahead of his time. A founder of the Marriage Guidance Council he promoted innovative ideas with respect to marital law and argued for magistrates to be trained in social help as well as law. (Ex-Libris)
Also from the library of Dr. Oliver Sacks, the renowned neurologist, author, and educator. He was, in his life, celebrated for his contributions to the understanding of the human brain and his ability to communicate complex scientific concepts to a broader audience. In doing so, he highlighted the profound impact of neurological disorders on human identity and experience. His library is a reflection of this remarkable polymath's questing mind. Scarce. Very Good+. Minimal shelfwear and scuffing, bumped corners, head and tail, else tight, bright, and unmarred. 8vo, (xxiv, 776, xi, 820pp). Dark blue half pebbled calf over cloth boards/spine, marbled edges, with bookplate on ffep. Item #12490

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