MS Locke c.28, fols 119-120
 Ff. 2. Paper. Sheet folded in 1 quire consisting of 2 leaves, each leaf has been folded vertically in addition, with the right-hand side used for corrections and additions.
 Size, not of the leaves but of the complete sheet: 387 × 311 mm.
 The watermark on fol. 120 shows a shield in four quarters with, possibly, a sword in the first quarter, in which case it would be the coat of arms of London. The countermark on fol. 119 gives the intials ‘EB’.
Stitching and pins
Quires and page numbers
 A 2; 2 leaves, fols 119-120 (folio numbers were added by the Bodleian librarian).
 ‘Deus’. Endorsement, entered vertically in upper right corner of fol. 120v: ‘Deus Des Cartes’s proof of a god from the Idea of necessary existence examined 1696’.
 The title and the first eight words of the text itself are in the hand of Locke, and so are some additions and corrections. The scribe of the remainder of the text has been identified as Timothy Kiplin.