is little acquainted with the subject of this treatise, the
Understanding, who does not know, that as it is the most elevated
faculty of the soul, so it is employed with a greater and more constant
delight than any of the other."
John. Works of John Locke. London: for Arthur Bettesworth, 1727. Folio,
contemporary full speckled calf rebacked with original spines laid down,
volume three with new leather label. Three volumes.
edition of Locke's collected works. Some corners bumped, some
dampstaining to text of volume I. A handsome set. $2800.