"Whereas the several degrees of Angels may probably have larger views, and some of them be endowed with capacities able to retain together, and constantly set before them, as in one Picture, all their past knowledge at once."
— Locke, John (1632-1704)
An Essay Concerning Humane Understanding. In Four Books. Written by John Locke, Gent. 2nd edition, with large additions. (London: Printed for Thomas Dring, at the Harrow,over-against the Inner-Temple Gate in Fleet-street; and Samuel Manship, at the Ship in Cornhill, near the Royal Exchange, 1694). <Link to ESTC><Link to EEBO>
Searching in a Past Masters edition based on the 12th Edition of Locke's Works and proofread against the 1959 Fraser edition.
Reading John Locke's An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, ed. Peter Nidditch (Oxford, Oxford UP, 1975)--against which I have checked the text searched in Past Masters. Note, Nidditch's text is based on 4th ed. of 1700.