Broad Street All Saints', Wrington 
Chained Library 

Within the Chained Library of All Saints' is a small selection of ancient tomes, most notably an essay by John Locke, and a couple given by a former rector, Francis Roberts ...


 So, in addition to the familiar Fox's Book of
England, and a Bible, there are Roberts' own
 Martyrs, an Apology of the Church of
primer for communicants ...


..... and two editions of his Key of the Bible, one of which boldly displays an intriguing variant in at least one of its spellings


By the fourth edition, published in 1675, 

the spelling has become more orthodox
  A Paraphrase and Notes on the Epistles of St Paul - 3rd edition - is by that rather more widely known Wringtonian, the philosopher John Locke.