The Fundamental Science (Google eBook)

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Kegan Paul, Trench, 1885 - Philosophical theology - 265 pages
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A book, is something that needs words, And 'The Fundamental Science' sure has plenty. I've never met Henry James Clarke but I hear he is something of a philantrhopist, something that definately comes through in this book. It's a real tale of a personal struggle mixed with a desperate plight to save his family. I loved this book, and got really absorbed in it's plot.
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