London: Chapman & Hall, Ltd Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Frontispiece portrait. London: Chapman & Hall, Ltd, n.d. (circa 1910). In this enduring work, Browne (1605-82) mulls over the relation between his medical profession and his profession of the Christian faith, pondering the respective claims of science and religion, questions that are still very much alive today. Octavo. In a three quarter polished calf over marbled paper binding by Sangorski & Sutcliffe, with a black leather spine label, handsome gilt tooling, five raised bands, matching marbled endpapers, and a ribbon marker. Period previous owner's ink signature to a prefatory blank leaf, with a pair of newspaper clippings from the 1930s neatly affixed to blank leaves at the front and rear. Light rubbing to the corners and tips; else quite lovely.. (Inventory #: 063775)
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