London: Churchill, 1706.
, 336 pages. 8vo, bound in contemporary full brown paneled brown calf with raised bands (light edgewear and joints neatly repaired; front endpaper mended at corner; charming contemporary inscription on verso of title page and a handful of pages with inked marginalia, otherwise clean). London: W. B. for A. and J. Churchill, 1706. First edition. A very good copy, sturdy and attractive.
First edition of Locke's Posthumous Works, published by his literary executors, and featuring the first publication of several essays: Of the Conduct of the Understanding, once planned as "the largest chapter of my Essay [on Humane Understanding]," and Discourse of Miracles, and his unfinished Fourth Letter on Toleration, and An Examination of P. Malebranche's Opinion. --Yolton 299; Pforzheimer 609; Attig 724.
Condition: Very Good