## 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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**Leibnitz**about the discovery of Fluxions or the Differential Calculus . They show that Newton's feelings were greatly excited on this subject , and that he considered that N. b**Leibnitz**had shown towards him in reference to it great ... Page xvi

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**Leibnitz**had shown towards him in reference to it great unfairness and want of candour . Newton always maintained that**Leibnitz**was the aggressor in this dispute , and that he had , by his language in the Leipsic Acts , covertly accused ... Page xvii

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**Leibnitz**. There can now be no doubt , however , that Newton was right in thinking that**Leibnitz**had been shown this MS . , since a copy of part of it , in**Leibnitz's**hand , has been found among the papers of**Leibnitz**preserved in the ... Page xviii

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**Leibnitz**, endeavouring to rival me , published a Demonstration of the same Proposition upon another supposition , but his Demonstration proved erroneous for want of skill in the method . " The above extract has been given here on ... Page 6

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**Leibnitz**Scholium in the 2nd Edition of the Principia , and proposed additions to it . 6. Enarratio plenior Scholii pręcedentis . 7. Mens Scholii pręcedentis 6 CATALOGUE OF NEWTON PAPERS . Mathematical Problems 99 Papers relating to the ...### Other editions - View all

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