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A Second Letter concerning Toleration.
A Third Letter for Toleration : To the Author of the Third

Letter concerning Toleration.
The Reasonableness of Christianity, as deliver'd in the Scrip-

tures. A Vindication of The Reasonableness of Christianity, froni

Mr. Edwards's Reflections. A Second Vindication of The Reasonableness of Christianity.

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D OME Thộughts concerning Education.
A Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistles of St. Paul to the Ga-

latians, I. and II. Corinthians, Romans, and Ephesians. To which is prefix'd, An Essay for the Understanding of

St. Paul's Epistles, by consulting St. Paul himself. .... Posthumous Works, viz.

I. Of the Conduct of the Understanding.
II. An Examination of P. Malebranche's Opinion of See-

ing all things in Godo
III. A Discourse of Miracles.
IV. Part of a Fourth Letter for Toleration.
V. Memoirs relating to the Life of Anthony, first Earl

of Shaftesbury. VI. A new Method of a Common-Place-Book ; written

originally in French, and translated into English. Some familiar Letters between Mr. Locke and several of his


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HOU hast bere a Compleat Collection of

the several Works of Mr. John Lock E, Wer which were publish'd in his Life-time,

either with or without his Name to them. And that thou mayst be csurd that the Latter are truly his, I think it proper to transcribe the following Clause out of his last Will and Testament: Whereas to the Reverend Dr. Hudson, Library-Keeper of the « Bodleian Library in the University of Oxford, a writ to me some time since, defiring of me, for the « said Library, the Books whereof I was the Author ; I did, in return to the honour done me therein, present to the said Library All the Books that were. publish'd under my Name; which tho' accepted with, honour able mention of me, yet were not understood to answer the Request made me, it being supposd " that there were other Treatises whereof I was the « Author, which have been publish'd without my “ Name to them. In compliance therefore with what « was desir'd in the utmost Extent of it, and in ac

knowledgment of the Honour done me, in thinking my Writings worthy to be placed among the Works of the Learned in that August Repository; I do here


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« by further give to the Publick Library of the University of Oxford, these following Books; that is to say: Three Letters concern“ ing Toleration: Two Treatises of Government, “ (whereof Mr. Churchill has publisk'd several Editions, but all very incorrect) The Reasonable“ nefs of Christianity, as deliver'd in the Scrip“ tures. A Vindication of the Reasonableness of « Christianity from Mr. Edwards’s Reflections :

And, A Second Vindication of the Reasonable“ ness of Christianity. These are all the Books, whereof I am the Author, which have been published without my Name to them."

To these Books publish'd by Mr. LOCK E in his Life-time, are added these following, which have been printed since his Death, viz. His Paraphrafe on St. Paul's Epistles to the Galatians, Corinthians, Romans, and Ephesians : To which is perfix'd, An Essay for the Understanding of St. Paul's Epistles, by consulting St. Paul himself. His Posthumous Works: and Some familiar Letters between him and his Friends.

As to this Edition of all his works together, 1 have this to advertise the Reader, That most of them are printed from Copies corrected and enlargd under Mr. Locke's own Hand; and in particular, That the Two Treatises of Government were never till now publish'd from a Copy corrected by himself.

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ECCL E s. XI. 5. As thou knowveft not what is the Way of the Spirit, nor how the

Bones do grow in the Womb of her that is with Child: Even so thou knowest not the Works of God, who maketh all things.

Quam bellum est velle confiteri potius nescire quod nescias, quam

Ifta effutientem nauseare, atque ipsum sibi difplicere ! Cic. de Nat. Deor. lib. 1.

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