"How solidly he establishes, in Opposition to the celebrated Mr. Locke, the Doctrine of Innate Ideas; or that the Soul of Man, is not in its first created State, a mere Rasa Tabula, or blank Paper, but full of divine Sensations, and the Powers, Riches and Glories of Eternity; all treasured up and lying dormant in it."
— Anonymous; [L--]
A Serious and Affectionate Address, to All Orders of Men, Adapted to This Awful Crisis. in Which Are Earnestly Recommended, the Works of the Late Rev. William Law, ... to Which Are Added Three Letters, Written by Mr. Law, to the Author. (Bath: Printed and sold by S. Hazard: sold also by G. Robinson, London, and T. Mills, Bristol, 1781). <Link to ESTC>