(All books printed in London unless otherwise stated.)
B. M., 1685. "'Some Directions concerning the Education of his son. Sent to his worthy Freind Mr Edward Clarke of Chipley.'" British Museum Additional MS 38771. References are to the sections of the manuscript and to the edition of Kenyon, 1933.
B.P.F., MS 295. Pierre Coste's correspondence with M. de la Motte of Amsterdam. Bibliothèque du Protestantisme Français, Paris.
Harvard, 1684. "'Of Education'" ( Locke's personal copy). Harvard University MS Eng. 860, Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Aaron, Richard I., 1955. John Locke ( 2nd ed., 1st ed. 1937). Oxford.
Aaron, Richard I. and Gibb, Jocelyn, 1936. An Early Draft of Locke's Essay, together with Excerpts from his Journals. Oxford.
Aarsleff, Hans, 1964. "'Leibniz on Locke on Language'", American Philosophical Quarterly, 1, pp. 1-24.
Abrams, Philip, 1967. John Locke, Two Tracts on Government. Cambridge. ( Locke's early essays on the civil magistrate.)
Adamson, John W., 1905. Pioneers of Modern Education 1600-1700. Cambridge.
Adamson, John W., 1912. "'Education'", The Cambridge History of English literature, ed. A. W. Ward and A. R. Waller. Vol. IX, ch. XV. Cambridge.
Adamson, John W., 1922. The Educational Writings of John Locke, "Introduction", pp. 1-19. 2nd ed. Cambridge. (See the Checklist of Printings.)
Allestree, Richard, 1659. The Gentleman's Calling.
d'Argens, Marquis, 1737. Lettres Morales et Critiques. Amsterdam.
Ariès, Philippe, 1965. Centuries of Childhood: A Social History of Family Life, transl. Robert Baldick. New York (original French ed. 1960, London ed. 1962).
Aubrey, John, 1898. Brief Lives, chiefly of Contemporaries, set down by John Aubrey, between the Years 1669 and 1696, ed. Andrew Clark. 2 vols. Oxford.