## 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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his theory of refraction by giving a theorem from which it is clear that Newton then understood how to form the

his theory of refraction by giving a theorem from which it is clear that Newton then understood how to form the

**differential**equation to the path of a ray of light through our atmosphere . It is true that , for the sake of greater ... Page xv

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**differential**equation to the curve by the revolution of which the above - named solid is generated , without explaining the method by which he has obtained it . Now among the Newton papers we have found the draft of a letter to a ... Page xvi

... him of plagiarism , whereas he might have known from the correspondence that formerly took place between them , that Newton's method was in his possession long before he himself became acquainted with the

... him of plagiarism , whereas he might have known from the correspondence that formerly took place between them , that Newton's method was in his possession long before he himself became acquainted with the

**Differential**Calculus . Page xvii

It is , of course , possible that at the time when this copy was taken Leibnitz was already acquainted in some degree with the

It is , of course , possible that at the time when this copy was taken Leibnitz was already acquainted in some degree with the

**Differential**Calculus , but it is difficult to acquit him of a want of candour in never avowing in the course ... Page 7

Fragment of " An account of the

Fragment of " An account of the

**Differential**Method from the year 1677 inclusively . " 12. History of the Method of Fluxions . ( Several copies with varying Titles . ) 13 . " Historia Methodi Infinitesimalis " ( several varying copies ) ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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