## 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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Two lemmas are first established which give the motion of the apogee in an elliptic orbit of very small eccentricity due to given small disturbing

Two lemmas are first established which give the motion of the apogee in an elliptic orbit of very small eccentricity due to given small disturbing

**forces**acting , ( 1 ) in the direction of the radius vector , and ( 2 ) in the direction ... Page xviii

What Mr Hugens has published since about centrifugal

What Mr Hugens has published since about centrifugal

**forces**I suppose he had before me . At length in the winter between the years 1676 and 1677 I found the Proposition that by a centrifugal**force**reciprocally as the square of the ... Page xxi

The motion of the Apogee in an elliptic orbit of very small eccentricity , caused by given disturbing

The motion of the Apogee in an elliptic orbit of very small eccentricity , caused by given disturbing

**forces**. I. ON THE FORM OF THE SOLID OF LEAST RESISTANCE . LIB . II . , PROP . XXXV . SCHOL . , p . 326 , 1st Ed . Draft of a Letter ... Page 4

... in finding the Centripetal

... in finding the Centripetal

**force**in an Orbit . 3. Propositions afterwards included in the Principia , but differently numbered . 4. A small fragment ( early ) of the Principia . 5. De Motu Corporum . 6.### What people are saying - Write a review

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