LOCKE (JOHN) Several Papers Relating to Money, Interest and Trade, &c., 1696
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LOCKE (JOHN) Several Papers Relating to Money, Interest and Trade, &c., 1696
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LOCKE (JOHN)
Several Papers Relating to Money, Interest and Trade, &c., first collected edition, 'Short Observations...' bound after A4, lightly browned, lacks errata leaf, library shelfmark written in ink on title, 4 neat contemporary annotations, contemporary calf, rubbed [Wing L2757; Goldsmiths 3315; Kress 1980], 8vo, A. and J. Churchill, 1696

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  • FIRST COLLECTED EDITION of John Locke's three essays on economics. ESTC lists two variants: one has "By John Locke, Esq;" on the title-page, 'Further Considerations' dated 1695, and 111 pages. The other issue has "By Mr. John Locke" on the title-page, "Further Considerations" dated 1696, and 112 pages. This copy is a combination of the two, with 'Further Considerations' dated 1695 and "By Mr. John Locke" on the title-page. See illustration overleaf.
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