"Thus a man's Face in the Glass is properly the 'Idea' of that Face; or when we seen any single Object, the little Picture or Image form'd at the bottom of the Eye may be properly call'd the 'Idea' of the thing seen; and by a Latitude in Expression the Picture of a Man or of any thing else, may be call'd the 'Idea' of that man or thing represented"
— Lee, Henry, (c.1644-1713)
Anti-Scepticism: or, Notes Upon Each Chapter of Mr. Lock’s Essay Concerning Humane Understanding. ... In Four Books. by Henry Lee, B.D. (London: Printed for R. Clavel and C. Harper, 1702). <Link to ESTC>