Martin Lister

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Martin Lister (c. 1638–1712) F.R.S., F.R.C.P., naturalist and physician, gave several books to the Cathedral Library, including a copy of his pioneering works on molluscs. Lister's daughter Frances was the second wife of the Rev. Owen Evans, rector of St Martin's, Canterbury (d. 1742).[1] Lister became a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1671 and a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians in 1687.

Wikipedia

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Martin Lister. Historiae sive synopsis methodicae conchyliorum ... picturae, ad vivum delineatae, ... liber primus [–quartus]. 1692.
Inscription on front free endpaper: This For the Librarie at Christ Church in Canterburie.
[In another hand:] Bibliothecæ quæ est in Ecclesiâ Christi Cantuariæ Dedit Autor Doctissimus Martinus Lister M.D. MDCXCVII.
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Martin Lister. Figurae anatomicae cochleae cuiusdam. 1693.
Inscription on front free endpaper: For the Librarie at Christ Church in Canterburie.
[In another hand:] Bibliothecæ quæ est in Ecclesiâ Christi Cantuariæ Dedit Autor Doctissimus Martinus Lister M.D. MDCXCVII.
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Claude Dumolinet. Cabinet de la bibliotheque de Sainte Geneviève. 1692.
Inscription on verso of front free endpaper: For the Librarie at Christe Church in Canterburie by ML.


References
  1. Hasted, The History and Topographical Survey of the County of Kent, Volume 11 (1800) 106–20.