## A Catalogue of the Portsmouth Collection of Books and Papers Written by Or Belonging to Sir Isaac Newton: The Scientific Portion of which Has Been Presented by the Earl of Portsmouth to the University of Cambridge |

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1st , the Lunar Theory , 2nd , the Theory of Atmospheric Refraction , and 3rd , the

Determination of the Form of the Solid ... In a short scholium given in the

found ...

1st , the Lunar Theory , 2nd , the Theory of Atmospheric Refraction , and 3rd , the

Determination of the Form of the Solid ... In a short scholium given in the

**first****edition**of the Principia , Newton mentions that by similar computations he hasfound ...

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inoon ' s apogee when in that position is to the mean hourly motion of the moon

as 1 + 4C : 238 % . ... The result stated in the scholium to the

to have been found by a more complete and probably a much more complicated

...

inoon ' s apogee when in that position is to the mean hourly motion of the moon

as 1 + 4C : 238 % . ... The result stated in the scholium to the

**1st Edition**appearsto have been found by a more complete and probably a much more complicated

...

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... that he had been accused of plagiarism , or else that he was not sorry to find a

pretext for attributing to himself the invention of the new Calculus , contrary to the

avowal he had made in the Scholium in the

... that he had been accused of plagiarism , or else that he was not sorry to find a

pretext for attributing to himself the invention of the new Calculus , contrary to the

avowal he had made in the Scholium in the

**1st Edition**of the Principia . From a ... Page xxi

A List of Propositions in the Lunar Theory intended to be inserted in a second

edition of the Principia . III . The motion of ... 326 ,

Newton ' s hand , no doubt to Professor David Gregory , and probably written in

1694 .

A List of Propositions in the Lunar Theory intended to be inserted in a second

edition of the Principia . III . The motion of ... 326 ,

**1st Ed**. Draft of a Letter inNewton ' s hand , no doubt to Professor David Gregory , and probably written in

1694 .

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1 . Problemata Numeralia . 2 . Arithmetica Universalis . A chapter on the limits of

the roots of equations ( see p . 184 of Leyden Ed . of Univ . Arith . 1732 ) . 3 . ...

Proposed Corrections probably for

1 . Problemata Numeralia . 2 . Arithmetica Universalis . A chapter on the limits of

the roots of equations ( see p . 184 of Leyden Ed . of Univ . Arith . 1732 ) . 3 . ...

Proposed Corrections probably for

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