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An Essay Concerning Humane Understanding, Volume II.

by Locke, John

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Printed for A. and J. Churchill, London. 1715. One volume only.. Hardback.. Fully bound in brown leather, with raised bands. VG- (exterior hinges starting to crack; cover worn; interior clean and tight, aside from owner's names - one on title page, one on front blank, and one on FFEP.) From the library of MP Denis Healey, and signed by him.


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