Astell, Mary.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Broad, J.

“Adversaries or allies? : occasional thoughts on the Masham-Astell exchange” / Jacqueline Broad. // IN: Eighteenth-century thought. – 1 (2003):123-149.

Aubrey, John.

Cranston, M.

“John Locke and John Aubrey” / Maurice Cranston. // IN: Notes and queries. – 195 (1950):552-554; 197 (1952):383-384.

Prints two letters from Aubrey, 20 Feb. 1694 and 11 Feb. 1673 [MS. Locke c. 3, f. 62, and PRO 36/24/7 no. 493]

H&W 261; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1950.5, 1952.5; A [837]

Bayle, Pierre.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Courtines, L. P.

Bayle’s relations with England and the English / by Léo Pierre Courtines. – New York : Columbia University Press, 1938. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Columbia University.

See Ch. 5, “Bayle’s relations with Locke” (p. 110-119)

H&W 1983

Simonutti, L.

“Bayle et ses amis : Paets, Furly, Shaftesbury, et le Club de ‘La Lanterne’ ” / Luisa Simonutti. // IN: Pierre Bayle dans la république des lettres : philosophie, religion, critique / études recueillie et présentées par Antony McKenna et Gianni Paganini. – Paris : Honoré Champion Éditeur, 2004. – (Vie des Huguenots ; 35). – p. 61-78.

Beavis, Margaret.

Scott, E.

“John Locke” / Edward Scott. // IN: Athenæum. – no. 2937 (9 Feb. 1884):184-185.

Transcribes a letter to Margaret Beavis, 24-27 Jan. 1670 [British Library, Add. MS. 32,094, ff. 222-223]

C 83; Y&Y 1884.4; A [828]

Bold, Samuel.

See entries listed in the Subject Index.

Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Anstey, P.

“When did Locke and Boyle first meet?” / Peter Anstey. // IN: Early modern experimental philosophy [online]. – Posted August 8, 2018.

Cites evidence of a note from MS Locke e. 4, page 59, probably written in 1658.

Available online at: https://blogs.otago.ac.nz/emxphi/2018/08/when-did-locke-and-boyle-first-meet/ [viewed 8 August 2018]

LS 19:2

Boyle, R.

The works of the honourable Robert Boyle. In five volumes. To which is prefixed the life of the author. London: printed for A. Millar. 1744. 2o.

Edited by Thomas Birch; includes Locke“s weather register kept in Oxford (vol. 5:136-164) and his letters to Boyle (vol. 5:565-571)

C 83; A [813]

Hill, J.

“Boyle, Robert (1627-91)” / James Hill. // IN: The Continuum companion to Locke / general editors, S.-J. Savonius-Wroth, Paul Schuurman, Jonathan Walmsley (2010). – p. 47-51.

Hunter, M.

Boyle : between god and science / Michael Hunter. – New Haven ; London : Yale University Press, ©2009. – xii, 366 p.

More, L. T.

“Boyle as alchemist” / by Louis Trenchard More. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 2 (1941):61-76.

On Boyle’s red earth recipe.

Stewart, M. A.

“Locke’s ‘Observations’ on Boyle.” – See entry in Chapter 5.

Stewart, M. A.

“Locke’s professional contacts with Robert Boyle” / M.A. Stewart. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 12 (1981):19-44.

Abstract: PhI 1982:464.

LNL 13:7

Brounower, Sylvester.

Milton, J. R.

“Manservant as amanuensis, Sylvester Brounower.” – See entry in Chapter 11.

Burnet, Elizabeth.

Kirchberger, C.

“Elizabeth Burnet, 1661-1709” / by C. Kirchberger. // IN: Church quarterly review. – 148 (1949):17-51.

Includes letters to Locke from Mrs. Burnet [Bodl. Lib., MS. Rawl. D. 1092]

LNL 4:12; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1949.17; A [836]

Burridge, Ezekiel.

Nidditch, P. H.

“Two notes on Burridge” / P.H. Nidditch. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 4 (1973):41-43.

Abstract: BullSig 28:4246.

LNL 5:5; H&W 1983

Cary, John.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Bruce, J.

“Unpublished letters of John Locke” / John Bruce. // IN: Notes and queries. – 1st series 11 (1855):1-3.

Letters to John Cary, 1695-1696.

A [825]

Clarke, Edward, 1650-1710.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Benzaquen, A.

“ ‘No greater pleasure in this life’ : the friendship of John Locke and Edward Clarke” / Adriana Benzaquen. // IN: Friendship and sociability in premodern Europe : contexts, concepts, and expressions / edited by Amyrose McCue Gill and Sarah Rolfe Prodan. – Toronto : Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, 2014. – (Publications of the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies. Essays and studies ; 33). – pages 43-70.

LS 17:8

Clarke, B.

“Clothing the family of an MP in the 1690s : an analysis of the day book of Edward Clarke of Chipley, Somerset” / by Bridget Clarke. // IN: Costume. – 43 (2009):38-54.

LS 9:6

Clarke, B.

“Huguenot tutors and the family of Edward and Mary Clarke of Chipley” / Bridget Clarke. // IN: Proceedings of the Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland. – 27 (2001):527-542.

LS 2:5

Clarke, B.

The life and correspondence of Edward Clarke of Chipley, 1650-1710 / by Bridget Clarke. – [2007?]. – Mounted on the website of Nynehead Parish: http://www.nynehead.org

Available at http://www.nynehead.org/index.php/people/clarke-intro (viewed June 5, 2017)

Includes transcripts of letters of the Clarke family.

Clarke, B.

“William Taylor, new discoveries” / Bridget Clarke. // IN: The Georgian Group journal. – 8 (1998):1-11.

LNL 29:5

Knights, M.

“Clarke, Edward I (1650-1710) of Chipley, Som.” / M.J.K. // IN: The History of Parliament. The House of Commons, 1690-1715 / Eveline Cruickshanks, Stuart Handley and D. W. Hayton. – Cambridge : published for the History of Parliament Trust by Cambridge University Press, 2002. – vol. 3:576-598.

Clarke, Elizabeth.

Clarke, B.

“The marriage of John Locke’s ‘wife’, Elizabeth Clarke” / Bridget Clarke. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 22 (1991):93-114.

LNL 23:4

Clarke, Mary.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Cockburn, Catharine Trotter, 1674?-1749.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Birch, T.

“The life of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn.” By Thomas Birch … // IN: The works of Mrs. Catharine Cockburn, theological, moral, dramatic, and poetical. Several of them now first printed. Revised and published, with an account of the life of the author, by Thomas Birch … London, printed for J. and P. Knapton, 1751. Vol. 1:i-xlviii.

See esp. p.xxxv-xxxvi.

Broad, J.

Women philosophers of the seventeenth-century (2002). – See entry in Chapter 3.

Hutton, S.

“Cockburn, Catharine (1679-1749)” / Sarah Hutton. // IN: Routledge encyclopedia of philosophy / general editor, Edward Craig. – London ; New York: Routledge, 1998. – Volume 2:386-387.

Kelley, A.

“Trotter [married name Cockburn], Catharine (1674?-1749)” / Anne Kelley. // IN: Oxford dictionary of national biography / ed. H. C. G. Matthew and Brian Harrison. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2004. – vol. 55:425-427.

Sheridan, P.

“Catharine Trotter Cockburn” / Patricia Sherican. // IN: Stanford encyclopedia of philosophy / principal editor, Edward N. Zalta. – First published Jan 8, 2005; substantive revision Jun 8, 2016.

Available at: https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/cockborn/ [viewed 17 August 2018]

Sheridan, P.

“Virtue, affection, and the social good : the moral philosophy of Catharine Trotter Cockburn and the Bluestockings” / Patricia Sheridan. // IN: Philosophy compass. – 13:issue 3 (2018):1-11.

Cole, William, 1635-1716.

Dewhurst, K.

“Dr. William Cole’s (1635-1716) letters to John Locke.” (1963) – See entry in Chapter 9.

Collins, Anthony.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Berman, D.

“Anthony Collins : aspects of his thought and writings” / by David Berman. // IN: Hermathena. – 119 (1975):49-70.

Collins, A.

The correspondence of Anthony Collins (1676-1729), freethinker / critical edition established by James Dybikowski. – Paris : Champion, 2011. – 450 p. – (Libre pensée et littérature clandestine ; 47)

ISBN 978-2-7453-2114-5.

Unverified.

Mossner, E. C.

“Collins, Anthony (1676-1729)” / Ernest Campbell Mossner. // IN: The encyclopedia of philosophy / Paul Edwards, editor in chief. – New York : The Macmillan Company : The Free Press ; London : Collier-Macmillan Limited, 1967. – volume 2:144-146.

Also included in: Encyclopedia of philosophy / Donald M. Borchert, editor in chief. – 2nd edition. – Farmington Hills, MI : Macmillan Reference USA, ©2006. – volume 1:330-332.

O’Higgins, J.

Anthony Collins : the man and his works / James O’Higgins. – The Hague : M. Nijhoff, 1970. – 267 p. – (Archives internationales d’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 35)

Abstract: BullSig 25:2595.

H&W 1983

Tarantino, G.

Lo scrittoio di Anthony Collins (1676-1729) : i libri e il tempi di un libero pensatore / Giovanni Tarantino. – Milano : FrancoAngeli, 2007. – 544 p. – (Storia. Studi e ricerche)

ISBN 978-88-464-8691-2.

Unverified.

Coste, Pierre.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Bastide, C.

The Anglo-French entente in the seventeenth-century / by Charles Bastide. – London ; New York : J. Lane ; Toronto : Bell & Cockburn, 1914.

The relations between Locke and Pierre Coste are traced on p. 176-185.

Bonno, G.

“Locke et son traducteur français Pierre Coste : avec huit lettres inédites de Coste à Locke” / Gabriel Bonno. // IN: Revue de littérature comparée. – 33 (1959):161-179.

Includes letters from Coste [MS. Locke c. 7, ff. 140-151]

Abstracts: BullSig 13:20451, 14:11880.

H&W 263; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1959.3; A [841]

Clarke, B.

“Huguenot tutors and the family of Edward and Mary Clarke of Chipley.” – See entry under Edward Clarke.

Goldgar, A.

Impolite learning : conduct and community in the republic of letters, 1680- 1750 / Anne Goldgar. – New Haven ; London : Yale University Press, ©1995.

See “Coste and Locke” (p. 117-123) and “Locke ‘aspers’d and blacken’d’ ” (p. 123-131)

LNL 27:6

Hamou, P.

“Philosopher dans les marges de l’Essai : Pierre Coste, traducteur et critique de Locke.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Mason, S.

“The after-life of Pierre Coste” / Sheila Mason. // IN: La Vie intellectuelle aux refuges protestants. II, Huguenots traducteurs : actes de la table ronde de Dublin, juillet 1999 / édités par Jens Häseler et Anthony McKenna. – Paris : Honoré Champion, 2002. – (Vie des huguenots ; 20)

Unverified.

Milton, J.

“Pierre Coste, John Locke, and the Third Earl of Shaftesbury” / John Milton. // IN: Studies on Locke / edited by Sarah Hutton and Paul Schuurman (2008). – p. 195-223.

LS 8:12

Rumbold, M. E.

Traducteur huguenot : Pierre Coste / Margaret E. Rumbold. – New York : P. Lang, ©1991. – viii, 188 p. – (American university studies. Series II, Romance languages and literature ; vol. 140)

Shackleton, R.

“Renseignements inédites sur Locke, Coste et Bouhier” / Robert Shackleton. // IN: Revue de literature comparée. – 27 (1953):319-322.

Abstract: BullSig 13:2560.

LNL 4:13; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1953.19

Des Maizeaux, Pierre, 1673-1745.

Bots, H.

“Pierre Des Maizeaux, a great cultural intermediary” / Hans Bots ; translated by Daniel Ungar. // IN: The internationalization of intellectual exchange in a globalizing Europe, 1636-1780 / edited by Robert Mankin. – Lewisburg : Bucknell University Press, [2018]. – (Transits : literature, thought & culture, 1650-1850). – pages 55-73.

LS 19:4

Broome, J. H.

An agent in Anglo-French relationships : Pierre Des Maizeaux, 1673-1745 / J.H. Broome. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of London, 1949. – xxiii, 502 leaves.

LNL 4:24; H&W 1983

Harvey, S. & Grist, E.

“The Rainbow Coffee House and the exchange of ideas in early eighteenth-century England” / Simon Harvey and Elizabeth Grist. // IN: The religious culture of the Huguenots, 1660-1750 / [edited by] Anne Dunan-Page. – Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2006. – p. 163-172.

Mandelbrote, S.

“Pierre Des Maizeaux : history, toleration, and scholarship” / Scott Mandelbrote. // IN: History of scholarship : a selection of papers from the Seminar on the History of Scholarship held annually at the Warburg Institute / edited by C. R. Ligota and J.-L. Quantin. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2006. – p. 385-398.

Docwra, Anne, ca. 1624-1710.

Anstey, P.

“John Locke and Anne Docwra” / Peter Anstey. // Early modern at Otago. – July 8, 2012 [blog post]

Available online at: https://blogs.otago.ac.nz/emo/2012/07/08/john-locke-and-anne-docwra/ (viewed 15 July 2012)

Du Bos, Jean Baptiste.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Bonno, G.

“Une amitié franco-anglaise du XVIIe siècle : John Locke et l’Abbé Du Bos : avec 16 lettres inédites de Du Bos à Locke” / Gabriel Bonno. // IN: Revue de littérature comparée. – 24 (1950):481-520.

Prints 16 letters from Du Bos to Locke [MS. Locke c. 7, ff.215-251]

H&W 261; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1950.1; A [838]

Gates, W.

“The Abbé Du Bos : a harbinger of Locke in France?” / Warren Gates. // IN: French review. – 33 (1959/60):172-174.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1959.15

Furly, Benjamin.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Brown, S.

“ ‘Hereticks of the Lanterne’ : Furly and van Helmont from the standpoint of Locke” / Stuart Brown. // IN: Benjamin Furly, 1646-1714 : a Quaker merchant and his milieu / edited by Sarah Hutton. – Firenze : Leo S. Olschki Editore, 2007. – (Studi e testi per la storia della tolleranza in Europa nei secoli XVI-XVIII ; 10). – p. 67-84.

Champion, J. A. I.

“ ‘The fodder of our understanding’ : Benjamin Furly’s library and intellectual conversation c. 1680-c. 1725” / J. A. I. Champion. // IN: Benjamin Furly, 1646-1714 : a Quaker merchant and his milieu / edited by Sarah Hutton. – Firenze : Leo S. Olschki Editore, 2007. – (Studi e testi per la storia della tolleranza in Europa nei secoli XVI-XVIII ; 10). – p. 111-148.

Hull, W. I.

Benjamin Furly and Quakerism in Rotterdam / by William I. Hull. – [Swarthmore, Pa. : Swarthmore College], 1941. – (Swarthmore College monographs on Quaker history ; no. 5)

See “John Locke” (p. 82-100)

Hutton, S.

“Mercator theologico-philosophicus : Benjamin Furly reading” / Sarah Hutton. // IN: Benjamin Furly, 1646-1714 : a Quaker merchant and his milieu / edited by Sarah Hutton. – Firenze : Leo S. Olschki Editore, 2007. – (Studi e testi per la storia della tolleranza in Europa nei secoli XVI-XVIII ; 10). – p. 149-170.

Simonutti, L.

“English guests at ‘De Lantaarn’ : Sidney, Penn, Locke, Toland and Shaftesbury” / Luisa Simonutti. // IN: Benjamin Furly, 1646-1714 : a Quaker merchant and his milieu / edited by Sarah Hutton. – Firenze : Leo S. Olschki Editore, 2007. – (Studi e testi per la storia della tolleranza in Europa nei secoli XVI-XVIII ; 10). – p. 31-66.

Goodall, Charles.

Dewhurst, K.

“Some letters of Dr. Charles Goodall (1642-1712) to Locke, Sloane, and Sir Thomas Millington” (1962) – See entry in Chapter 9.

Grævius, J. G.

Bastide, C.

“Huit lettres de Locke à Grævius” / Ch. Bastide. // IN: Revue internationale de l’enseignement. – 95 (1908):385-396.

Prints letters from Royal Library, Copenhagen, MS. Thott.

C 83; A [830]

Grenville, Denis.

Milton, P.

“Denis Grenville and John Locke” / Philip Milton. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 27 (1996):75-108.

Abstract: PhI 1998:806.

LNL 28:9

Helmont, F. M. van.

Brown, S.

“F.M. van Helmont : his philosophical connections and the reception of his later cabbbalistic philosophy” / Stuart Brown. // IN: Studies in seventeenth- century European philosophy / edited by M.A. Stewart. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1997. – (Oxford studies in the history of philosophy ; vol. 2). – p. 97-116 [esp. 108-111]

Coudert, A. P.

“John Locke and Francis Mercury van Helmont” / Allison P. Coudert. // IN: Everything connects : in conference with Richard H. Popkin : essays in his honor / edited by James E. Force and David S. Katz. – Leiden ; Boston ; Köln : Brill, 1999. – (Brill’s studies in intellectual history ; vol. 91). – p. 89-114.

LNL 30:5

Justel, Henri, 1620-1693.

Treasure, G.

“ ‘That great and knowing virtuoso’ : the French background and English refuge of Henri Justel” / Geoffrey Treasure. // IN: From strangers to citizens : the integration of immigrant communities in Britain, Ireland and colonial America, 1550-1750 / edited by Randolph Vigne and Charles Littleton. – Brighton ; Portland : The Huguenot Society of Great Britain and Ireland ; Sussex Academic Press, ©2001. – pages 205-213.

King, Peter.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Campbell, J.

Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England : from the earliest times till the reign of King George IV / by John Lord Campbell. – London : J. Murray, 1845-69.

Life of Lord Chancellor Shaftesbury (vol. 3 (1845):287-377) – Life of Lord Chancellor King (vol. 4 (1846):567-647)

Includes some Locke letters.

C 83; A [823]

Knights, M.

“King, Peter, c.1669-1734), of Middle Temple, London and Ockham, Surr.” / M.J.K. // IN: The History of Parliament. The House of Commons, 1690-1715 / Eveline Cruickshanks, Stuart Handley and D. W. Hayton. – Cambridge : published for the History of Parliament Trust by Cambridge University Press, 2002. – vol. 4:555-567.

Le Clerc, Jean.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Barnes, A.

Jean Le Clerc (1657-1736) et la république des lettres / par Annie Barnes. – Paris : E. Droz, 1938. – 280 p.

Bonno, G.

“Introduction.” // IN: Lettres inédites de Le Clerc à Locke / edited, with an introduction and notes, by Gabriel Bonno (1959). – p. 1-25.

H&W 263; H&W 1983

Bots, H. [and others]

De Bibliothèque universelle et historique (1686-1693) : een periodiek als trefpunt van geletterd Europa / door H. Bots, H. Hillenaar, J. Janssen, J. van der Korst & L. van Lieshout. – Amsterdam : APA ; Holland Universiteits Pers, ©1981. – xvi, 399 p. – (Studies van het Instituut voor intellectuelle betrekkingen tussen de westeuropese landen in de zeventiende eeuw ; 7)

Includes a biographical sketch of Le Clerc and a thematic index of the Bibliothèque.

Bots, H.

“Jean Leclerc as journalist of the Bibliothèques : his contribution to the spread of English learning on the European continent” / Hans Bots. // IN: Studies in seventeenth-century English literature, history and bibliography : Festschrift for Professor T.A. Birrell on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday / edited by G.A.M. Janssens and F.G.A.M. Aarts. – Amsterdam : Rodopi, 1984. – (Costerus ; new series, vol. 46). – p. 53-66.

Golden, S. A.

Jean LeClerc / by Samuel A. Golden. – New York : Twayne Publishers, ©1972. – 183 p. – (Twayne’s world author series ; TWAS 209)

Hoeven, A. van der.

De Joanne Clerico et Philippo a Limorch dissertationes duae : adhibitis epistolis aliisque scriptis ineditis / scripsit, atque eruditorum virorum epistolis nunc primum editis auxit Abr. de Amorie van der Hoeven. – Amstelodami : apud Fredericum Muller, 1843. – xv, 299, 152 p.

Limborch, Philippus van, 1633-1712.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Barnouw, P. J.

Philippus van Limborch / door Pieter Jacobus Barnouw. – Den Haag : Mouton, 1963. – 169 p. – Proefschrift–Groningen.

Hoeven, A. van der.

De Joanne Clerico et Philippo a Limorch dissertationes duae … – See entry under LE CLERC, Jean.

Kaplan, Y.

From Christianity to Judaism : the story of Isaac Orobio de Castro. – See entry in Chapter 5.

Le Clerc, J.

A funeral oration upon the death of Mr. Philip Limborch, Professor of Divinity among the Remonstrants at Amsterdam: who died April 30. 1712. Pronounc’d May 6. following, being the day of his interment, by Mr. John Le Clerc. Translated from the Latin. London; printed for A. Baldwin. 1713. 31, [1] p. 8o.

Simonutti, L.

“Limborch, Philippus van (1633-1712)” / Luisa Simonutti. // IN: The Continuum companion to Locke / general editors, S.-J. Savonius-Wroth, Paul Schuurman, Jonathan Walmsley (2010). – p. 65-68.

Simonutti, L.

“Limborch’s Historia Inquisitionis and the pursuit of toleration.” – See entry in Chapter 6.

Simonutti, L.

“Religion, philosophy, and science : John Locke and Limborch’s circle in Amsterdam” / Luisa Simonutti. // IN: Everything connects : in conference with Richard H. Popkin : essays in his honor / edited by James E. Force and David S. Katz. – Leiden ; Boston ; Köln : Brill, 1999. – (Brill’s studies in intellectual history ; vol. 91). – p. 295-324.

Includes the text of three letters on Locke written shortly after his death by Limborch to Lady Masham.

LNL 30:10

Lyde, Cornelius.

Walmsley, J.

“Locke’s agent Cornelius Lyde : a new letter in the Bodleian Library” / Jonathan Walmsley. // IN: Locke studies. — 11 (2011):107-122.

Includes a transcript of the letter [MS Locke d. 14, ff. 1-2].

LS 12:10

Masham, Damaris Cudworth, 1658-1708.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Acworth, R.

“Cursory reflections upon an article called ‘What is it with Damaris, Lady Masham?’ ” / Richard Acworth. // IN: Locke studies. – 6 (2006):189-197.

On Buickerood, “What is it with Damaris, Lady Masham?” (2005).

LS 7:4

Baker, K. C.

Lady Damaris Masham : an appraisal of a seventeenth-century gentlewoman / Kathleen Celia Baker. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–University of Essex, 2005.

Abstract: DAI 66:725C.

Unverified.

Ballard, G.

Memoirs of several ladies of Great Britain, who have been celebrated for their writings or skill in the learned langauges arts and sciences. By George Ballard … Oxford, printed by W. Jackson for the author. 1752.

See “Lady Masham” (p. 379-388)

Also published as: Memoirs of British ladies, who have been celebrated for their writings or skill in the learned langauges, arts and sciences. By George Ballard … Oxford, printed for T. Evans. 1775. See p. 262-269.

C 85

Broad, J.

“Adversaries or allies? : occasional thoughts on the Masham-Astell exchange” / Jacqueline Broad. // IN: Eighteenth-century thought. – 1 (2003):123-149.

Broad, J.

“A woman’s influence? : the intellectual exchange between Locke and Masham.”– See entry in Chapter 3.

Broad, J.

Women philosophers of the seventeenth-century (2002). – See entry in Chapter 3.

Buickerood, J. G.

“What is it with Damaris, Lady Masham? : the historiography of one early modern woman philosopher” / James G. Buickerood. // IN: Locke studies. – 5 (2005):179-214.

See also the comment by Acworth, “Cursory reflections upon an article …” (2006)

LS 6:5

Frankel, L.

“Damaris Cudworth Masham, a seventeenth century feminist philosopher” / Lois Frankel. // IN: Hypatia. – 4:no. 1 (spring 1989):80-90.

Abstract: PhI 1989:414.

Reprinted in: Hypatia’s daughters : fifteen hundred years of women philosophers / edited by Linda Lopez McAlister. – Bloomington ; Indianapolis : Indiana University Press, ©1996. – (A Hypatia book). – p. 128-138.

Hutton, S.

“Damaris Cudworth, Lady Masham.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Hutton, S.

“Debating the faith : Damaris Masham (1658-1708) and religious controversy” / Sarah Hutton. // IN: Debating the faith : religion and letter writing in Great Britain, 1660-1800 / Anne Dunan-Page, Clotilde Prunier, editors. – Dordrecht : Springer, ©2013. – (Archives internationales de l’histoire des idées = International archives of the history of ideas ; 209). – p. 159-175.

Hutton, S.

“Lady Masham and John Locke.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Hutton, S.

“Liberty of mind : women philosophers and the freedom to philosophize” / Sarah Hutton. // IN: Women and liberty, 1600-1800 : philosophical essays / edited by Jacqueline Broad and Karen Detlefsen. – New York, NY ; Oxford University Press, 2017. – pages 123-137.

LS 19:9

Hutton, S.

“Masham, Damaris (née Cudworth) (1658-1708)” / Sarah Hutton. // IN: The Continuum companion to Locke / general editors, S.-J. Savonius-Wroth, Paul Schuurman, Jonathan Walmsley (2010). – Pages 72-76.

Hutton, S.

“Religion and sociability in the correspondence of Damaris Masham (1658-1708)” / Sarah Hutton. // IN: Religion and women in Britain, c. 1660-1760 / edited by Sarah Apetrei and Hannah Smith. – Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, ©2014. – pages 117-130.

Moore, T.

“John Locke and Damaris Masham, née Cudworth : questions of influence” / Terence Moore. // IN: Think. – 12:issue 34 (summer 2013):97-108.

O’Donnell, S.

“ ‘My idea in your mind’ : John Locke and Damaris Cudworth Masham” /Sheryl O’Donnell. // IN: Mothering the mind : twelve studies of writers and their silent partners / edited by Ruth Perry and Martine Watson Brownley. – New York ; London : Holmes & Meier, 1984. – p. 26-46.

LNL 26:8

Simonutti, L.

“Dalla poesia metafisica alla filosofia Lockiana : Damaris Cudworth, Lady Masham” / Luisa Simonutti. // IN: Donne, filosofia e cultura nel Seicento / a cura di Pina Totaro, ed. – Roma : Consiglio Nazionale della Ricerche, 1999. – (Monografie scientifiche. Serie Scienze umane e sociale). – p. 173-209.

Includes “Appendice: Damaris Cudworth, Lady Masham, Tre poemi” (p. 197-209)

Simonutti, L.

“Damaris Cudworth Masham, una Lady della repubblica delle lettere” / Luisa Simonutti. // IN: Scritti in onore di Eugenio Garin. – Pisa, Scuola Normale Superiore, 1987. – (Pubblicazioni della Classe di Lettere e Filosofia, Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa ; 1) – p. 141-165.

Staves, S.

A literary history of women’s writing in Britain, 1660-1789 / Susan Staves. – Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2006.

See esp. “Women philosophers” (p. 93-96), “Masham’s Discourse concerning the love of God” (p. 96-98), and “Astell” (p. 98-104)

Wallas, A.

Before the bluestockings / by Ada Wallas. – London : G. Allen & Unwin, 1929.

See Ch. 3, “Locke’s friend, Lady Masham” (p. 75-107)

H&W 394; H&W 1983

Widmaier, R.

“Damaris Masham, geb. Cudworth, geb. 18. Januar 1658 in Cambridge - gest. 20. April 1708 in Oates” / von Rita Widmaier. – (Korrespondenten von G.W. Leibniz ; 8). // IN: Studia Leitnitiana. – 18 (1986):211-227.

Masham, Esther.

Cranston, M.

“John Locke’s correspondence with Esther Masham” / by Maurice Cranston. // IN: Newberry Library bulletin. – 2nd series:4 (July 1950):121-135.

Prints letters from Esther Masham’s letter book [Newberry Library, Chicago].

H&W 261; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1950.6; A [839]

Whyman, S.

“The correspondence of Esther Masham and John Locke : a study in epistolary silences” / Susan Whyman. // IN: Huntington Library quarterly. – 66 (2003):275-305.

LS 5:15

Masham Family.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Laslett, P.

“Masham of Otes : the rise and fall of an English family” / by Peter Laslett. // IN: History today. – 3 (1953):535-543.

Reprinted in: Diversions of history / introduced by Peter Quennell. – London : A. Wingate, 1954. – p. 110-124.

H&W 262; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1953.8

Molyneux, Sir Thomas.

Marsh, H.

“Sir Thomas Molyneux, Bart., M.D., F.R.S.” / Sir Henry Marsh, Bart. – (Gallery of illustrious Irishmen ; no. 13). // IN: Dublin University magazine. – 18 (1841):305-327, 469-490, 604-619, 744-764.

Includes transcriptions of letters between Locke and Sir Thomas and William Molyneux.

A [821]

Molyneux, William.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Chillingworth, H. R.

“William Molyneux, a herald of democracy” / H.R. Chillingworth. // IN: Hermathena. – 67 (1946):60-67.

Kelly, P.

“Locke and Molyneux : the anatomy of a friendship” / by Patrick Kelly. // IN: Hermathena. – 126 (summer 1979):38-54.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1979.15

Marsh, H.

“Sir Thomas Molyneux, Bart., M.D., F.R.S.” – See entry under MOLYNEUX, Sir Thomas.

Simms, J. G.

William Molyneux of Dublin, 1656-1698 / J.G. Simms ; edited by P.H. Kelly. – Blackrock, County Dublin : Irish Academic Press, ©1982. – 176 p.

Review: K.H.D. Haley, LNL 15:104-106.

LNL 15:6

Newton, Sir Isaac.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Anstey, P. R.

“Newton and Locke” / Peter R. Anstey. // IN: The Oxford handbook of Newton / edited by Eric Schliesser and Chris Smeenk. – Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2017. – 23 pages.

LS 19:2

Brewster, D.

Memoirs of the life, writings, and discoveries of Sir Isaac Newton / by Sir David Brewster. – Edinburgh : T. Constable, 1855.

See esp. vol. 2:318-327; includes text of letters from Newton to Locke.

A [826]

Cohen, I. B.

“A battle cry for science : I. Bernard Cohen talks to Peter Laslett about Newton’s Principia.” // IN: The Listener. – 86 (1971):791-793.

Gjertsen, D.

The Newton handbook / Derek Gjertsen. – London ; New York : Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1986.

See “Locke, John” (p. 321-323)

LNL 19:7

Iliffe, R.

“Isaac Newton, Lucatello Professor of Mathematics” / Rob Iliffe. // IN: Science incarnate : historical embodiments of natural knowledge / edited by Christopher Lawrence and Steven Shapin. – Chicago ; London : University of Chicago Press, 1998. – p. 121-155.

Levenson, T.

Newton and the counterfeiter : the unknown detective career of the world’s greatest scientist / Thomas Levenson. – London : Faber, 2009.

Also published: Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2009.

Pyle, A.

“Locke and ‘the incomparable Mr Newton’.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Rogers, G. A. J.

“Locke’s Essay and Newton’s Principia.” – See entry in Chapter 3.

Rogers, G. A. J.

“Newton, Isaac (1642-1727)” / G. A. J. Rogers. // IN: The Continuum companion to Locke / general editors, S.-J. Savonius-Wroth, Paul Schuurman, Jonathan Walmsley (2010). – p. 76-80.

Pitt, Robert.

Dewhurst, K.

“Dr. Robert Pitt’s letters to John Locke.” – See entry in Chapter 9.

Popple, William.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Dewhurst, K.

“A seventeenth-century dream interpreted.” – See entry in Chapter 9.

Robbins, C.

“Absolute liberty : the life and thought of William Popple, 1638-1708” / Caroline Robbins. // IN: William and Mary quarterly. – 3rd series:24 (1967):190-223.

Reprinted in: Absolute liberty : a selection from the articles and papers of Caroline Robbins / edited by Barbara Taft. – Hamden, Conn. : published for the Conference on British Studies and Wittenberg University by Archon Books, 1982. – p. 3-30.

Simonutti, L.

“Un acteur et témoin du débat sur la tolérance : William Popple, marchand, écrivain et poète de la liberté” / Luisa Simonutti. // IN: Q/W/E/R/T/Y. – 8 (oct. 1998):267-272.

Includes ’Appendice : textes inédites de William Popple” [Brit.Lib., Add. MS. 8888, f. 159 (Sonnett, 1685, Les Nouveaux Convertis), f. 245 (Sonnet, 1697, Upon Human Life), f. 269 (Upon a Book intituled An inquiry concerning virtue, 1699)]

Proast, Jonas.

Vernon, R.

“Locke’s antagonist, Jonas Proast.” – See entry in Chapter 6.

Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1st Earl of, 1621-1683.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Anstey, P. R. & Principe, L. M.

“John Locke and the case of Anthony Ashley Cooper.” — See entry in Chapter 9.

Brown, L. F.

The first Earl of Shaftesbury / by Louise Fargo Brown. – New York ; London : D. Appleton-Century Company, ©1933. – xi, 350 p.

B 100

Campbell, J.

Lives of the Lord Chancellors and Keepers of the Great Seal of England : from the earliest times till the reign of King George IV (1845-69)

Life of Lord Chancellor Shaftesbury (vol. 3 (1845):287-377). – See entry under KING, Peter.

Chapman, H.

Four fine gentlemen / Hester Chapman. – Lincoln ; London : University of Nebraska Press, ©1977.

See “Anthony Ashley Cooper, 1st Earl of Shaftesbury” (p. 13-82)

New

Goldie, M.

“John Locke and the reputation of the first Earl of Shaftesbury” / Mark Goldie. // IN: Shaping Enlightenment politics : the social and political impact of the first and third Earls of Shaftesbury / Patrick Müller (ed.). – Frankfurt am Main ; New York : Peter Lang, 2017. – Pages 71-85.

Haley, K. H. D.

The first Earl of Shaftesbury / by K.H.D. Haley. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1968. – xii, 767 p.

See esp. Ch. 11, “John Locke and the Shaftesbury household”

H&W 267; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1968.13

New

Martyn, B.

The life of Anthony Ashley Cooper first Earl of Shaftesbury. – [London, privately printed, 1770-1771]. – 4o. [2], xxv, [1], 439, [1] pages.

Unverified.

New

Martyn, B. & Kippis, A.

The life of the first Earl of Shaftesbury : from original documents in the possession of the family / by Mr. B. Martyn and Dr. Kippis ; edited by G. Wingrove Cooke. – London : R. Bentley, 1836. – 2 volumes.

Unverified.

Milton, J. R.

“Benjamin Martyn, the Shaftesbury family, and the reputation of the First Earl of Shaftesbury” / J. R. Milton. // IN: The historical journal. — 51 (2008):315-335.

Milton, J. R.

“Shaftesbury, First Earl of (1621-1683)” / J. R. Milton. // IN: The Continuum companion to Locke / general editors, S.-J. Savonius-Wroth, Paul Schuurman, Jonathan Walmsley (2010). – p. 80-84.

Milton, J.

“The unscholastic statesman : Locke and the Earl of Shaftesbury.” – See entry in Chapter 2.

North, R.

Reflections upon some passages in Mr. Le Clerc’s life of Mr. John Locke; in a letter to a friend. With a preface, containing some remarks on two large volumes of libels; the one intituled State-Tracts, and the other falsely call’d The compleat history of England, vol. III, commonly ascrib’d to Dr. Kennet. London: printed for J. Morphew. 1711. 34 p. 4o.

Written by Roger North; on Le Clerc’s comments on Shaftesbury in his obituary on Locke.

Also published in: Examen: or, An enquiry into the credit and veracity of a pretended complete history … By the honourable Roger North, Esq; London, printed for Fletcher Gyles. 1740. 4o. See p. 674-692.

C 84

Shaftesbury, A., 1st Earl of.

Memoires, letters and speeches of Anthony Ashley Cooper, first Earl of Shaftesbury, Lord Chancellor : with other papers illustrating his life from his birth to the Restoration / edited by William Dougal Christie. – London : J. Murray, 1859.

See “Suppressed passages of Ludlow’s Memoirs, 1653-1660” [from MS. Locke b. 4, ff. 1-2] (p. 108-130)

Also published in: A life of Anthony Ashley Cooper, first Earl of Shaftesbury, 1621-1683 / by W.D. Christie. – London ; New York : Macmillan, 1871. – See vol. 1:lvi-lxii; also includes some Locke letters.

C 83

Spurr, J. (ed.)

Anthony Ashley Cooper, First Earl of Shaftesbury, 1621-1683 / edited by John Spurr. — Farnham, Surrey, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate Publishing Company, ©2011. — p. 153-182.

Includes “The unscholastic statesman” / J. R. Milton.

Shaftesbury, Anthony Ashley Cooper, 3rd Earl of, 1671-1713.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Brett, R. L.

The third Earl of Shaftesbury : a study in eighteenth-century literary theory / by R.L. Brett. – London ; New York : Hutchinson’s University Library, 1951. – 231 p.

B 185; H&W 1983

New

Carey, D.

“Shaftesbury and Locke : a tale of three letters” / Daniel Carey. // IN: Shaping Enlightenment politics : the social and political impact of the first and third Earls of Shaftesbury / Patrick Müller (ed.). – Frankfurt am Main ; New York : Peter Lang, 2017. – Pages 99-114.

Dussinger, J. A.

“ ‘The lovely system of Lord Shaftesbury’ : an answer to Locke in the aftermath of 1688?” / by John A. Dussinger. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 42 (1981):151-158.

Y&Y 1981.17

Grean, S.

Shaftesbury’s philosophy of religion and ethics : a study in enthusiasm / Stanley Grean. – [Oxford, Ohio] : Ohio University Press, 1967. – xix, 296 p.

Harrison, J. F.

The moral and political philosophy of Anthony Ashley Cooper, third Earl of Shaftesbury, 1671-1713 / submitted by James Francis Harrison. – Thesis (Ph.D.)–Durham, 1970. – xix, 412 leaves.

Milton, J. R.

“Shaftesbury, Third Earl of (1671-1713)” / J. R. Milton. // IN: The Continuum companion to Locke / general editors, S.-J. Savonius-Wroth, Paul Schuurman, Jonathan Walmsley (2010). – p. 109-113.

Shaftesbury, A., 3rd Earl of.

The life, unpublished letters, and philosophical regimen of Anthony, Earl of Shaftesbury, author of the “Characteristics” / edited by Benjamin Rand. – London : S. Sonnenschein ; New York : Macmillan, 1900. – xxxi, 535 p.

Includes letters to Locke, Coste, Le Clerc and others; of particular interest is Shaftesbury’s biographical letter to Le Clerc, February 8, 1705 (p. 326-332)

Y&Y 1900.6 [sub Shaftesbury]; A [829]

Voitle, R.

The Third Earl of Shaftesbury, 1671-1713 / Robert Voitle. – Baton Rouge ; London : Louisiana State University, ©1984. – xii, 428 p.

Sloane, Sir Hans.

Dewhurst, K.

“The correspondence between John Locke and Sir Hans Sloane” / by Kenneth Dewhurst. // IN: Irish journal of medical science. – 413 (1960):201-212.

LNL 4:18; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1960.8; A [843]

Smithsby, Rabsy, 1640-1720.

Clarke, B.

“The wider world of Locke’s landlady, Rabsy Smithsby” / Bridget Clarke. // IN: Locke studies. – 16 (2016):195-213.

DOI: 10.5206/ls.2016.642

LS 17:10

Strachey Family.

Sanders, C. R.

“The Strachey family, Sutton Court, and John Locke” / by Charles Richard Sanders. // IN: Virginia magazine of history and biography. – 59 (1951):275-296.

H&W 261; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1951.17; T 225

Stringer, Thomas.

Clarke, B.

“Thomas Stringer, Locke, Shaftesbury, and Edward Clarke : new archival discoveries” / Bridget Clarke. // IN: Locke studies. – 8 (2008):171-199.

DOI: 10.5206/ls.2008.1014

LS 9:6

Sydenham, Sir Thomas, 1624-1689.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Anstey, P.

“The creation of the English Hippocrates.” — See entry in Chapter 9.

Dewhurst, K.

“Sydenham’s letters to John Locke” / by Kenneth Dewhurst. // IN: The practitioner. – 175 (1955):314-320.

Prints letters from MS. Locke c. 19, ff. 163-168.

LNL 4:15; H&W 1983; Y&Y 1955.7; A [840]

Dewhurst, K.

“Some verses in honour of Thomas Sydenham” / by Kenneth Dewhurst. // IN: Notes and records of the Royal Society of London. – 17 (1962):193-197.

Verses by Matthew Slade, from the Lovelace Collection.

New

Di Biase, G.

“Some remarks on Thomas Sydenham’s posthumous fame” / Giuliana Di Biase. // IN: Idee. – 10 (2015):39-54.

Meynell, G. G.

“Locke’s collaboration with Sydenham.” – See entry in Chapter 9.

Payne, J. F.

Thomas Sydenham / by Joseph Frank Payne. – London : T.F. Unwin, 1900. – (Masters of medicine)

Also published: New York : Longmans, Green, 1900.

See “Locke and Sydenham” (p. 239-249); Locke’s poem appears on p. 129.

Walmsley, J.

“Sydenham, Thomas (1624-1689)” / Jonathan Walmsley. // IN: The Continuum companion to Locke / general editors, S.-J. Savonius-Wroth, Paul Schuurman, Jonathan Walmsley (2010). – p. 84-88.

Toinard, Nicolas, 1629-1706.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

New

Di Biase, G.

John Locke e Nicolas Thoynard : un’amicizia ciceroniana / Giuliana Di Biase. – Pisa : Edizioni ETS, [2018]. – 294 pages. – (Philosophica ; 211)

ISBN 978-88-467-5336-6.

Unverified.

Di Biase, G.

“Natural philosophy, inventions and religion in the correspondence between John Locke and Nicolas Toinard (1678-1704)” / Giuliana Di Biase. // IN: Philosophy study. – 3:no.7 and 8 (2013).

Toland, John, 1670-1722.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Fouke, D. C.

Philosophy and theology in a burlesque mode : John Toland and the “way of paradox” / Daniel C. Fouke. – Amherst, N.Y. : Humanity Books, 2007. – 395 p. – (JHP book series)

Rappaport, R.

“Questions of evidence : an anonymous tract attributed to John Toland” / Rhoda Rappaport. // IN: Journal of the history of ideas. – 58 (1997):339-348.

Sabetti, A.

John Toland, un irregolare della società e della cultura inglese tra seicento e settecento / Alfredo Sabetti ; in appendice, John Toland, Il Christianesimo senza misteri. – Napoli : Liguori, 1976. – 393 p.

Simonutti, L.

“Toland e gli inglesi del circolo di Furly a Rotterdam” / Luisa Simonutti. // IN: Filosofia e cultura nel settecento britannico / a cura di Antonio Santucci. – Bologna : Società Editrice Il Mulino, ©2000. – vol. 1:249-269.

Tyrrell, James, 1642-1719.

See also entries listed in the Subject Index.

Gough, J. W.

“James Tyrrell, Whig historian and friend of John Locke” / J.W. Gough. // IN: Historical journal. – 19 (1976):581-610.

H&W 1983; Y&Y 1976.19

Wall, George.

Milton, J. R.

“John Locke, George Wall and George Walls : a problem of identity” / J.R. Milton. // IN: Locke newsletter. – 22 (1991):81-91.

LNL 23:7

Walls, George.

Milton, J. R.

“John Locke, George Wall and George Walls : a problem of identity” – See entry under “WALL, George.”