Henry Lee Bibliography

Anti-Scepticism: or, Notes upon each Chapter of Mr. Lock’s Essay concerning Humane Understanding. With an Explication of all the Particulars of which he Treats, and in the same Order 1702
Published in 4 volumes in London. According to the preface, Henry Lee first compiled these notes as a help to his sons who were studying philosophy at university. “This preface gives an abstract of the main controversial points in Locke’s Essay, with the ground or reason of charging the ‘ideal principles’ with scepticism in general, and as they relate to natural and revealed religion in particular.” (Christophersen, p.53/4.Scarce. Attig 464)