Bodleian Library, Oxford University

MS. Locke f. 5

Locke’s journal, 1681.

Bound with: Angelus Britannicus: An ephemeris for the year of our Redemption 1681. Being the first after Bissextile or leap year, and from the creation of the world, 5630. … Calculated for the meridian of London where the Pole Artick is elevated abouver the horizon 51. degr. 32 min. but may indifferently serve for England, Scotland, and Ireland. By John Tanner Student in physick and astrology. The twenty fourth impression. … London, printed by E. Horton, for the Company of Stationers 1681.

8o. 146 × 88 mm. A-C8. [48] pages + A-K L8. 1-153 154-174 pages [the journal]

The following individual notes have been included in this listing:

pp. 33-38 (3 April 1681):

“On religion”

p. 59 (16 May 1681):

“On reason, passion, and superstition”

pp. 77-83 (26 June 1681):


pp. 86-87 (28 June 1681):

“On laws”

pp. 113-114 (19 August 1681):

“On ideas and knowledge”