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Sir Frederick Mott was the seventy-seventh president of the Royal Medico-Psychological Association at the time of his death on June 8, 1926. This book, containing contributions from colleagues, friends and former pupils, is an expression of the high esteem in which he was held by all who knew him. The introductory pages contain a poem in memoriam, some biographic notes and a preface outlining the development of the book. The main body of the book contains thirty-one articles covering a wide range of subjects, indicative of the broad interests of Sir Frederick Mott, many of the authors stating that the work was inspired by some association with him. These articles are all of a high degree of excellence, and many of them are by men who are recognized leaders in their respective fields. The collection is of interest to every neurologist and psychiatrist, and the book should be in every