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 Livingstone, DavidLocker, Frederick 
E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
Locke, John
(b. Wrington, Somersetshire, August 29th, 1632; d. Oates, Essex, October 28th, 1704). “A Letter on Toleration” (1689); “A Second Letter on Toleration” (1690), “Two Treatises on Government” (1690); “An Essay Concerning Human Understanding” (1690); “The Inspiration of the Holy Scriptures” (1690); “A Third Letter on Toleration” (1692); “Thoughts Concerning Education” (1693); “The Reasonableness of Christianity” (1695); “On the Conduct of the Understanding;” “Examination of Malebranche;” “Elements of Natural Philosophy;” “Thoughts on Reading and Study;” “Essay for the Understanding of St. Paul’s Epistles by Consulting St. Paul Himself;” and some minor works included in the edition of the “Works” published in 1777. His Life has been written by Le Clerc (1713), Lord King (1829), and Fox-Bourne (1876). See also the essay by J. A. St. John, prefixed to the “Philosophical Works,” published in 1843.   1

 Livingstone, DavidLocker, Frederick 


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