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De Slado nostro ex quo hinc Oxonium decessit nescio quid mihi mali semper ominabatur animus. En tandem quod fata voluerunt. Inclusæ epistolæ mihi ab amico quodam Oxonii Nepote scilicet Usserii magni archiepiscopi Armachani funestam mortis illius narrabunt historiam.

The Correspondence of John Locke. Volume 3, Letter 1229. Locke to Philippus Van Limborch, 27 December 1689


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