MS Locke c.28, fols 107r-112v
 Ff 9. Paper. Three quarter sheets, each sheet folded in 1 quire, each quire has 2 leaves.
 Sizes are not of the leaves but of the complete quarter sheets of which each quire is made up: A (fols107-108): 191 × 146 mm; B (fols 109-110): 189 × 148 mm; C (fols 111-112): 192 × 147 mm.
 The sheet containing fols 109-110 gives the lower part of a watermark consisting of an unidentifiable coat of arms, followed by the letters ‘HG’. The other sheets have neither a watermark nor a countermark.
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Quires and page numbers
 Formula: A-C2. Each quire consists of 1 quarter sheet divided, with the longer side horizontal, by 1 vertical fold in 2 equal leaves, resulting in six leaves, fols 107-112 (all folio numbers were added by the Bodleian librarian). Each quire seems to have been folded once more in addition. Each quire has its signature, preceded by ‘Ref’, at the foot of the margin of the first page of each quire. The folio number of the first leaf of each quire is: A 107; B 109; C 111. No page numbers by Locke himself.
 ‘Answer to Mr Norris Reflections. Draft for an answer (first reply) to Norris’s Cursory reflections appended to Christian Blessedness (1690 and 1692; this second edition listed in LL, 2094). The final page of the manuscript, fol. 112v, contains two endorsements; one, in the same ink as the rest of the manuscript, gives ‘JL to Mr Norris’ and the other, written in darker ink, gives ‘JL Answer to Mr Norris Reflections 92’. The second, longer, endorsement has been used as title of this draft.
 The margin of each written page is on the inner side. The margin contains several corrections and additions (see the transcription itself) and one reference, on fol. 110r, to page number 22 of Norris, Cursory reflections (pagenumber 22 is the same in both the 1690 and the 1692 edition). For the marginal signatures of the quires see .
Corrections and additions
 Corrections and additions are made in the text itself and in the margin (see above, ).