[LOCKE, John (1632-1704)]. A Letter concerning Toleration, London: for Awnsham Churchill, 1689. Double-line border round title, half-title, final advertisement leaf. (Many page-numerals and a few catchwords and signatures at the end shaved or cropped.) FIRST ENGLISH EDITION - the first edition in Latin appeared at Gouda six months earlier - translated by William Popple, a Unitarian merchant in London. This was the first book that Locke had published in England since his retirement to Holland in 1683 - he returned to England in February 1689 in the same ship that carried Princess Mary - and is one of his two chief works on social polity, the other being his Two Treatises on Government which appeared in the following year. The authorship of this and the two following letters, which appeared in 1690 and 1692, was kept secret and only revealed in the codicil to Locke's will, although the secret was known to, or guessed by, many. Wing L2747; Yolton 3. [Bound with]: MILT
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[LOCKE, John (1632-1704)]. A Letter concerning Toleration, London: for Awnsham Churchill, 1689. Double-line border round title, half-title, final advertisement leaf. (Many page-numerals and a few catchwords and signatures at the end shaved or cropped.) FIRST ENGLISH EDITION - the first edition in Latin appeared at Gouda six months earlier - translated by William Popple, a Unitarian merchant in London. This was the first book that Locke had published in England since his retirement to Holland in 1683 - he returned to England in February 1689 in the same ship that carried Princess Mary - and is one of his two chief works on social polity, the other being his Two Treatises on Government which appeared in the following year. The authorship of this and the two following letters, which appeared in 1690 and 1692, was kept secret and only revealed in the codicil to Locke's will, although the secret was known to, or guessed by, many. Wing L2747; Yolton 3. [Bound with]: MILTON, John (1608-1674). Mr John Miltons Character of the Long Parliament and Assemble of Divines in MDCXLI, London: for Henry Brome, 1681. Woodcut ornament on title. (Top margins cut close slightly affecting first line of title and a few square brackets round title-numerals.) FIRST EDITION. Wing M2098; Grolier 612 [and]: [PENN, Sir William (1644-1718)]. Some Reflections upon Occasion of the Public Discourse about Liberty of Conscience, London: Andrew Sowle, 1687, (Short tear in last leaf.) FIRST EDITION. Wing P1366 [and]: [PENN, Sir William]: The Great and Popular Objection against the Repeal of the Penal Laws & Tests briefly stated and consider'd. Ibid., 1688. (Top margins cut close, light staining.) Second edition. Wing P1298A [and]: Leopold I, Emperor. A Letter written by the Emperor to the Late King James, setting forth the True Occasion of his Fall, and the Treachery and Cruelty of the French, London: for Ric. Chiswell, 1689. Text in Latin and English. (Top margins cut close.) Wing L1113; and 16 others in the volume (Wing I73, T1946, N111, L2729A, P3511, C505, A3319, T900, F1686, F889, J615, S2264, S3589, L923A, B3456 & L4). Together 21 pamphlets in one volume, 4° (182 x 137mm). Early 18th-century panelled calf (rubbed). Sold as a volume of pamphlets, not subject to return.

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[LOCKE, John (1632-1704)]. A Letter concerning Toleration, London: for Awnsham Churchill, 1689. Double-line border round title, half-title, final advertisement leaf. (Many page-numerals and a few catchwords and signatures at the end shaved or cropped.) FIRST ENGLISH EDITION - the first edition in Latin appeared at Gouda six months earlier - translated by William Popple, a Unitarian merchant in London. This was the first book that Locke had published in England since his retirement to Holland in 1683 - he returned to England in February 1689 in the same ship that carried Princess Mary - and is one of his two chief works on social polity, the other being his Two Treatises on Government which appeared in the following year. The authorship of this and the two following letters, which appeared in 1690 and 1692, was kept secret and only revealed in the codicil to Locke's will, although the secret was known to, or guessed by, many. Wing L2747; Yolton 3. [Bound with]: MILTON, John (1608-1674). Mr John Miltons Character of the Long Parliament and Assemble of Divines in MDCXLI, London: for Henry Brome, 1681. Woodcut ornament on title. (Top margins cut close slightly affecting first line of title and a few square brackets round title-numerals.) FIRST EDITION. Wing M2098; Grolier 612 [and]: [PENN, Sir William (1644-1718)]. Some Reflections upon Occasion of the Public Discourse about Liberty of Conscience, London: Andrew Sowle, 1687, (Short tear in last leaf.) FIRST EDITION. Wing P1366 [and]: [PENN, Sir William]: The Great and Popular Objection against the Repeal of the Penal Laws & Tests briefly stated and consider'd. Ibid., 1688. (Top margins cut close, light staining.) Second edition. Wing P1298A [and]: Leopold I, Emperor. A Letter written by the Emperor to the Late King James, setting forth the True Occasion of his Fall, and the Treachery and Cruelty of the French, London: for Ric. Chiswell, 1689. Text in Latin and English. (Top margins cut close.) Wing L1113; and 16 others in the volume (Wing I73, T1946, N111, L2729A, P3511, C505, A3319, T900, F1686, F889, J615, S2264, S3589, L923A, B3456 & L4). Together 21 pamphlets in one volume, 4° (182 x 137mm). Early 18th-century panelled calf (rubbed). Sold as a volume of pamphlets, not subject to return.
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