Ill. 1: The Ciceronian motto of the ‘Conduct’
and some miscellaneous entries pertaining to the ‘Conduct’, all in Locke’s hand. MS Locke e.1, p. iv
and p. 1
Ill. 2: The beginning of the chapter ‘Of the Conduct of the understanding’ in MS Locke e.1, pp. 62-63. Locke’s hand.
Ill. 3: The hand of William Shaw appears in par. 77 of the ‘Conduct’.
Ill. 4: The beginning of the chapter ‘Of the Conduct of the understanding’ in MS Locke c.28, fol. 121r, copied from MS Locke e.1, p. 62 (see ill. 4) Locke’s hand at the start of the chapter, the rest in the hand of William Shaw.
Ill. 5: The end of par. 20 and the beginning of par. 21 of the ‘Conduct’ in MS Locke c.28 fol. 132v, copied from MS Locke e.1, pp. 88, 90 Peter King’s hand appears.
Ill. 6: Folios 69v-70r from an account book in which Locke’s servant entered payments on his behalf. MS Locke f.34; set up in Locke’s hand, the rest in the hand of William Shaw.
Ill. 7: Folios 78v-79r, again from MS Locke f.34copperplate script in William Shaws hand.
Ill. 8: Locke’s ledger. MS Locke c.1 (covering the period 1671-1702), p. 342, giving the accounts that William Shaw had with him.
Ill. 9: First page of William Shaw’s copy from Locke’s letter to Daniel Whitby, 17 September 1702. MS Locke c.24, fol. 285r (letter 3188, Corr. vii, pp. 676-677).
Ill. 10: First page of a letter from Peter King to Locke, 16 August 1704. MS Locke c.12, fol. 269r (letter 3614, Corr. viii, pp. 379-380).
Ill. 11: First page of ‘Of seeing all things in God’
[=An Examination of P. Malebranche’s Opinion
] (1693); the text is in the hand of a scribe; Locke entered the title himself. MS Locke d.3, p. 1
Ill. 12: End of sect. 6 and start of sect. 7 of ‘Association’
; Locke tries ‘Connection’ and ‘tieing together’, before he opts for the term ‘association’ of ideas. MS Locke e.1 , p. 38.