Bodleian Library, Oxford University

MS. Locke f. 6

Locke’s journal, 1682.

Bound with: Mercurius Cœletis: being an almanack for the year of the worlds redemption, 1682. And of its creation according to the best of history, 5631. It being the second after bissextile, or leap-year. In which is contained matter and things suitable to such a subject, – as eclipses, a general judgment of the year, the rising and setting of the sun, monthly observations both in verse and prose. With other things. Astronomically and Astrologically considered. Calculated for the Meridian of London. By John Partridge, student in physick and astrology. … London, printed by J.D. for the Company of Stationers, 1682.

8o. 150 × 98 mm. A-C8 [48] pages + A-H I8 (+ 3 leaves [binder's waste?]) 1-113 114-144 [or 150] pages. [the journal]

The following individual notes have been included in this listing:

p. 19-20 (18 February 1682):

“Notes from Cudworth”

p. 20-25 (19 February 1682):

“On enthusiasm”

p. 25-33 (20 February 1682):

“On the immortality of the soul”

p. 33-38 (21 February 1682):

“On knowledge of God”