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Essays (1625)
by Sir Francis Bacon (1561-1626)


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Frontpage
Dedication
Contents
Essay 1
Essay 2
Essay 3
Essay 4
Essay 5
Essay 6
Essay 7
Essay 8
Essay 9
Essay 10
Essay 11
Essay 12
Essay 13
Essay 14
Essay 15
Essay 16
Essay 17
Essay 18
Essay 19
Essay 20
Essay 21
Essay 22
Essay 23
Essay 24
Essay 25
Essay 26
Essay 27
Essay 28
Essay 29
Essay 30
Essay 31
Essay 32
Essay 33
Essay 34
Essay 35
Essay 36
Essay 37
Essay 38
Essay 39
Essay 40
Essay 41
Essay 42
Essay 43
Essay 44
Essay 45
Essay 46
Essay 47
Essay 48
Essay 49
Essay 50
Essay 51
Essay 52
Essay 53
Essay 54
Essay 55
Essay 56
Essay 57
Essay 58
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