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“A Treatise of the Touch” and an employee’s hands in the endpapers.

From the front matter of The Sensorium: A Philosophical Discourse of the Senses by Matthew Beare (1710). Original from Oxford University. Digitized May 4, 2006.

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    The sort of thing that would’ve been fab to have had in my dissertation. Ho hum. Trust to come across these things a...
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