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CONTENTS

PREFACE to the Works.

Life of the Author.

An Analysis of Mr. Locke's Doctrine of Ideas.

An Essay concerning Human Understanding, to the End of
Book II. Chap. XXII.

VOLUME II.

AN Essay concerning Human Understanding, Book II. Chap.
XXIII. to the end of Chap. IV. Book IV.

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An Answer to Remarks upon an Essay concerning Human Under-
standing.

Mr. Locke's Reply to the Bishop of Worcester's Answer to his
second Letter.

VOLUME V.

SOME Considerations of the Consequences of lowering the Inte-
rest, and raising the Value of Money. In a Letter sent to
a Member of Parliament, in the Year 1691.
Short Observations on a printed Paper, entitled,

for encourag-
ing the coining Silver Money in England, and after, for
keeping it here.'

Further Considerations concerning raising the Value of Money.
Wherein Mr. Lowndes's Arguments for it, in his late Re-
port concerning an Essay for the Amendment of the Silver
Coin, are particularly examined.

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.

tures.

A Vindication of the Reasonableness of Christianity, from Mr.
Edwards's Reflections.

A second Vindication of the Reasonableness of Christianity.

SOME Thoughts concerning Education.

An Examination of P. Malebranche's Opinion of seeing all
Things in God.

A Discourse of Miracles.

Memoirs relating to the Life of Anthony, first Earl of Shaftesbury.
Some familiar Letters between Mr. Locke, and several of his
Friends.

VOLUME X.

CONTINUATION of familiar Letters between Mr. Locke,
and several of his Friends.

The Dedication prefixed to a Collection of several Pieces of
Mr. John Locke, published by Mr. Des Maizeaux.'
The Character of Mr. Locke, by Mr. Peter Coste: With a Let-
ter relating to that Character, and to the Author of it.
The fundamental Constitutions of Carolina.

A Letter from a Person of Quality to his Friend in the Country;
giving an Account of the Debates and Resolutions of the
House of Lords, in April and May, 1675, concerning a
Bill, intitled,' an Act to prevent the Dangers which may
arise from Persons disaffected to the Government.'

Remarks upon some of Mr. Norris's Books, wherein he asserts,
P. Malebranche's Opinion of seeing all Things in God.
A Letter to Mr. Oldenburg, Secretary to the Royal Society.
Letters to Anthony Collins, Esq.

A Letter to the Reverend Richard King.
A Letter to *** on Dr. Pococke.

Letters to the Reverend Richard King.

Rules of a Society, which met once a Week, for their Improve-
ment in useful Knowledge, and for the promoting of Truth
and Christian Charity.

Letters to Mrs. Cockburn.

Letter to Mr. Bold.

Letter to Mr. Clarke.

Letter from Lord Shaftesbury to Bishop Fell.

Letter from Sir Peter King to the third Earl of Shaftesbury.
Observations upon the Growth and Culture of Vines and Olives:
The Production of Silk: The Preservation of Fruits. Writ-

ten at the Request of the Earl of Shaftesbury; to whom

they are inscribed.

A History of Navigation from its Original to the Year 1704.

A Catalogue and Character of most Books of Voyages and

Travels.

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