Locke, John, 1632-1704. : Second remarks upon An essay concerning humane understanding : in a letter address'd to the author, being a vindication of the first remarks against the answer of Mr. Lock, at the end of his reply to the Lord Bishop of Worcester.
Locke, John, 1632-1704. : A Discourse concerning faith as the condition of the Gospel covenant, and as the instrument whereby salvation is wrought in the heart by Divine power. [electronic resource] : With an appendix containing some remarks on Mr. Locke's Paraphrase and notes on St. Paul's Epistles.
Locke, John, 1632-1704. : An essay on money & bullion. : Wherein are considered, Value Intrinsick and Extrinsick. Money and Bullion compared. Mr. Locke's Considerations concerning Raising the Value of Coin. The Present State of our Coin. And a scheme for Raising the Value of our Coin, as well Gold as Silver.
Locke, John, 1632-1704. : The empire of habit : John Locke, discipline, and the origins of liberalism / John Baltes.
Locke, Matthew, 1621 or 1622-1677. : A vindication of an Essay to the advancement of musick : from Mr. Matthew Lock's Observations, by enquiring into the real nature and most convenient practise of that science / by Thomas Salmon ...
Locker-Lampson, Frederick, 1821-1895. : Frederick Locker-Lampson : a character sketch with a small selection from letters addressed to him and bibliographical notes on a few of the books formerly in the Rowfant Library / composed and edited by Augustine Birrell.