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"According to the inscription in the flyleaf, this book was owned by a Sara Jenkins in the early nineteenth century. It is described as a commonplace book that improves on John Locke’s method of categorizing information, and in its introduction quite vehemently criticizes Locke’s “inconveniences”. Despite the criticisms, it is conspicuous that the book is riding on Locke’s name for its promotion. The book remains mostly blank, with only seven entries written and signed by Sarah Jenkins." U.Otago