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Paraph November 1678 Paraph


November   N.S.
1 2 3 4 5
6 7 8 9 10 11 12
13 14 15 16 17 18 19
20 21 22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30

 

October/November   O.S.
22 23 24 25 26
27 28 29 30 31 1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9
10 11 12 13 14 15 16
17 18 19 20

Tuesday, 1 November 1678, n.s.

22 October 1678, o.s.

“To Pont St. Esprit 6 leagues. … To Donzel [Donzères] 3 leagues.”[Journal 1678, page 319]

Journal entries: Pont St esprit, Donzel, Olive trees[Lough].

Letter (undated): From Sir John Banks; approximate date supplied by De Beer. — [De Beer, i. 414]

Letter dated: From William Charleton (no longer survives). — [see De Beer, i. 415]

Wednesday, 2 November 1678, n.s.

23 October 1678, o.s.

“To Laureole [Loriol] 6 leagues. … To Valence 3 great leagues.”[Journal 1678, page 320]

Journal entries: Laureol, Protestants, Valence, Taxes[Lough].

Thursday, 3 November 1678, n.s.

24 October 1678, o.s.

“From Valence to St. Valier 5 leagues. … From St. Valier to Piage 4 leagues.”[Journal 1678, page 321]

Journal entries: St Valiere, Wine, Piage[Lough].

Friday, 4 November 1678, n.s.

25 October 1678, o.s.

“To St. Florin [St. Symphorien] 5 leagues. … To Lyon 4 leagues.”[Journal 1678, page 321]

Journal entries: St Florin, Rates, Lyon[Lough].

Saturday, 5 November 1678, n.s.

26 October 1678, o.s.

At Lyon.

Letter (undated): To William Charleton. — [De Beer, i. 415]

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Sunday, 6 November 1678, n.s.

27 October 1678, o.s.

At Lyon.

Letter dated: From Dr. Denis Grenville, “a la Tour D’aigues”; addressed to Locke at Lyon. — [De Beer, i. 416]

Monday, 7 November 1678, n.s.

28 October 1678, o.s.

At Lyon.

Journal entries: Charité, Measures, Asné, Banks[Lough].

Tuesday, 8 November 1678, n.s.

29 October 1678, o.s.

At Lyon.

Letters dated: To Dr. John Mapletoft [De Beer, i. 417]; to Nicolas Toinard [De Beer, i. 418]; both written at Lyon.

“ If all the world should goe to Rome I thinke I should never, haveing been twice firmely bent upon it, the time set, the company agreed, and so many times defeated. I came hither in all hast from Montpellier … with the same designe: but old father Winter, armed with all his snow and isecles, keeps gard on Montsenny [Mont Cenis], and will not let me passe.” — [Locke to Mapletoft, De Beer, i. 417]

Thursday, 10 November 1678, n.s.

31 October 1678, o.s.

At Lyon.

Journal entries: Cookery, Nephritis, Chlorosis, Banks[Lough, Dewhurst].

Friday, 11 November 1678, n.s.

1 November 1678, o.s.

At Lyon.

Journal entry: Law[Lough].

Saturday, 12 November 1678, n.s.

2 November 1678, o.s.

At Lyon.

Journal entries: Quartan, Convalescentia, Nephritis [in French], Polycrest [in French], Mony, Vulnus clavus, Dentium dolor, Haemorrhagia[Dewhurst].

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Monday, 14 November 1678, n.s.

4 November 1678, o.s.

At Lyon.

Journal entries: Gall, Surbat, Veterinaria[Dewhurst].

Tuesday, 15 November 1678, n.s.

5 November 1678, o.s.

“From Lyon to Tarara [Tarare] 6 leagues …”[Journal 1678, page 335]

Journal entry: Tarara[Lough].

Wednesday, 16 November 1678, n.s.

6 November 1678, o.s.

“To Rouanne 6 leagues …”[Journal 1678, page 335]

Journal entry: Rouanne[Lough].

Thursday, 17 November 1678, n.s.

7 November 1678, o.s.

“To Palice [La Palisse] 8 leagues …”[Journal 1678, page 335]

Journal entries: Palice, Hemp[Lough].

Letters dated: From Jacques Selapris, Lyon; addressed to Locke at Paris. — [De Beer, i. 419]; from Jacques Horutener and Jacques Selapris to Moïse Charas; written at Lyon; addressed to Charas at Paris. — [De Beer, i. 419A]

Friday, 18 November 1678, n.s.

8 November 1678, o.s.

“To Moulins 10 leagues.”[Journal 1678, page 336]

Journal entries: Moulin, Hydrops, Masticatoriu[m][Lough, Dewhurst].

Saturday, 19 November 1678, n.s.

9 November 1678, o.s.

“From Moulins to St. Peire [St. Pierre-le-Moûtier] 7 leagues.”[Journal 1678, page 339]

Journal entry: St. Peire[Lough].

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Sunday, 20 November 1678, n.s.

10 November 1678, o.s.

“To Nevers 5 leagues.”[Journal 1678, page 339]

Journal entries: Nevers, Latch[Lough].

Monday, 21 November 1678, n.s.

11 November 1678, o.s.

“To Cosne 10 leagues.”[Journal 1678, page 340]

Journal entries: Cosne, Boaring of guns[Lough].

Letters dated: From Nicolas Toinard, Paris. — [De Beer, i. 420]; from Dr. Denis Grenville, “a la Tour”; addressed to Locke at Lyon, forwarded by Selapris. — [De Beer, i. 421]; from George Walls, Christ Church, Oxford; addressed to Locke through Sir John Banks, London; the date is a probable reading of the manuscript. — [De Beer, i. 411]

Tuesday, 22 November 1678, n.s.

12 November 1678, o.s.

“From Cosne to Gien 10 leagues.”[Journal 1678, page 342]

Journal entries: Gien, Briare[Lough].

Wednesday, 23 November 1678, n.s.

13 November 1678, o.s.

“To Chasteau neuf 9 leagues.”[Journal 1678, page 343]

Journal entry: Chasteau neuf[Lough].

Letter dated: From Jacques Selapris, Lyon; addressed to Locke at Paris. — [De Beer, i. 423].

Thursday, 24 November 1678, n.s.

14 November 1678, o.s.

“To Orleans 6 leagues …”[Journal 1678, page 344]

Journal entries: Orleans, Microscope, Wine, Measures, Eclypsis[Lough].

Letter dated: From Sir John Banks (no longer survives). — [see De Beer, i. 425]

Friday, 25 November 1678, n.s.

15 November 1678, o.s.

At Orléans.

Journal entries: Epilepsies, Vertigo[Dewhurst].

Saturday, 26 November 1678, n.s.

16 November 1678, o.s.

“To Tours 10 leagues.”[Journal 1678, page 347]

Journal entry: Tours[Lough].

Letter dated: To Nicolas Toinard; written at Orleans; addressed to Toinard at Paris. — [De Beer, i. 424].

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Sunday, 27 November 1678, n.s.

17 November 1678, o.s.

“To Charter 16 leagues.”[Journal 1678, page 347]

Journal entry: Chartre[Lough].

Monday, 28 November 1678, n.s.

18 November 1678, o.s.

“From Chartres to Paris 8 leagues.”[Journal 1678, page 347]

Wednesday, 30 November 1678, n.s.

20 November 1678, o.s.

At Paris.

Journal entries: Flying, Xenophon, Arts[Lough, Lough “Reading”].

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Sources:
Journal 1678 = MS. Locke f. 3, as transcribed in:

Lough = Locke’s travels in France, 1675-1679 : as related in his journals, correspondence and other papers / edited with an introduction and notes by John Lough. – Cambridge : University Press, 1953.

Lough “Reading” = “Locke’s reading during his stay in France (1675-79)” / by John Lough. // IN: The Library. – 5th series:8 (1953): 229-258.

Dewhurst = John Locke (1632-1704), physician and philosopher : a medical biography : with an edition of the medical notes in his journals / by Kenneth Dewhurst. – London : Wellcome Historical Medical Library, 1963.

De Beer = The correspondence of John Locke / edited by E.S. de Beer. – Oxford : Clarendon Press, 1976-89. – 8 vols. – (Clarendon edition of the works of John Locke)