Bodleian Library, Oxford University

MS. Locke f. 13

Pocket memorandum book, 1674

In an interleaved copy of: Goldsmith 1674. An almanack for the year of our Lord God 1674. Being the second after the leap-year and from the creation 5623. Wherein is contained many osbservations, rules and tables, both necessary and useful. With a description of the highways and fayers. The like not extant by any other. Composed by John Goldsmith. And divers things added, which were not in former years. London, printed by T. Ratcliff, & N. Thompson for the Company of Stationers, 1674. 24o. 44 p.

Following the calendar for each month, there are one or two leaves, which Locke used to record page references to accounts in the following pages of memoranda. The accounts contain page references to Locke’s ledger, MS. Locke c. 1. There is no index.

24o. 102 × 52 mm. 7 leaves, 44 p. + 13 leaves interleaved (the almanac), 51, 52-70 p. (the memoranda). Bound in calf, with two clasps; the date “1674” is stamped on the cover.