Excerpt from Some Familiar Letters Between Mr. Locke, and Several of His Friends
They contain not only fuch civil and polite converfation a: friend/hip pradu cer among men of party, learning, and candour; hut feveral mattery relating to literature, and more particularly to Mr... . Locke'r notionr, in his Effay con cerning Human Under¿anding, and in fome of bio other work: And therefore I cannot doubt of your thank; for the prefent I make you. For tho' the cu~ rio/ity of fome to fee whatever drope from the pent of great men, and to in form themfelver in their private chac, raélerr, their tempert, clifpo¿tionr and manner of converfing with their friencly.
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