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JOHN LOCKE Esq;
In Three Volumes.
The CONTENTS of which follow in the next Leaf.
With ALPHABETICAL TA BL E S.
V O L. 1.
The Second Edition.
The Contents of the Three Volumes.
V O L. I.
cester, concerning some Passages relating to Mr. Locke's Efay of Human Understanding, in a late Discourse of
his Lordship's, in Vindication of the Trinity. Mr. Locke's Reply to the Right Reverend the Bishop of
Worcester's Answer to his Letter. Mr. Locke's Reply to the Bishop of Worcester's Answer to
his Second Letter.
OME Considerations of the Consequences of the
, Money. In a Letter sent to a Member of Parliament.
1691. Short'Observations on a Printed Paper, entitled, For encou
raging the coining Silver Money in England, and after, for keeping it here. Further Observations concerning raising the Value of Money.
Wherein Mr. Lowndes's Arguments for it, in his late Report concerning An Esay for the Amendment of the
Silver Coin, are particularly examin’d. Two Treatises of Government. In the Former, the false
Principles and Foundation of Sir Robert Filmer, and his Followers, are detected and overthrown: The Latter, is an Essay concerning the true Original, Extent, and End of Civil Government.