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I think every one, according to what way providence has placed him in, is bound to labour for the public good as far as he is able ; or else he has no right to eat." (A letter from Locke to William Molyneux.)

He was always, in the greatest and in the smallest affairs of human life, as well as in speculative opinions, disposed to follow reason, whosoever it were that suggested it ; he being ever a faithful servant, I had almost said a slave, to truth ; never abandoning her for anything else, and following her for her own sake purely." (A letter from Lady Masham to Jean Le Clerc.)

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THE

LIFE OF JOHN LOCKE.

BY

H. R. FOX BOURNE.

IN TWO VOLUMES.

VOLUME II.

HENRY S. KING & Co., LONDON.

1876.

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