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2 The best edition of and introduction to Locke's Two Treatises of Government is
P. Laslett's (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1960). 3 They are known
as draft A [( 1)] and draft B [(2)]. 1 James Tyrrell ( 1642-1718) met Locke at Oxford
One of these, James Tyrrell,1 wrote in the margin of his copy (which survives
today in the British Museum) that the meeting 'was in winter 1673 as I remember
being myself one of those that met there when the discourse began about the ...
1 James Tyrrell ( 1642-1718) met Locke at Oxford and became a good and
lifelong friend. He wrote on historical and political matters. 2 There is some
earlier manuscript material which may be part of those very first thoughts; see
Peter Laslett, ...
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