|Description||James Mulligan was a King's Counsel at Gray's Inn. In 1932 he produced a typescript based on the first four articles of a 1650 translation of Francis Bacon's work, written in 1623 with an introduction and notes. |
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Contents: Letter to the librarian of the College, 1932; typed edition of 'The History Natural and Experiemental of Life and Death or on the Prolongation of Life' by Francis Bacon, c1932.