## 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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Page xi

... partly as found from theory alone and partly as deduced by combining his

theory with observation ; but he confines himself to results alone , and does not

give the

the ...

... partly as found from theory alone and partly as deduced by combining his

theory with observation ; but he confines himself to results alone , and does not

give the

**method**by which these results have been obtained . Unfortunately also ,the ...

Page xiii

Kramp , in his Analyse des Réfractions , published in 1799 , investigates by a

new and powerful analytical

the neighbourhood of the horizon . On comparing his theoretical results with

Newton ...

Kramp , in his Analyse des Réfractions , published in 1799 , investigates by a

new and powerful analytical

**method**the law of atmospheric refraction for rays inthe neighbourhood of the horizon . On comparing his theoretical results with

Newton ...

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In an interesting article in the Journal des Savants for 1836 , M . Biot directs

particular attention to this subject , and tries to reproduce the

Newton may be supposed to have employed in order to calculate his table of

refractions .

In an interesting article in the Journal des Savants for 1836 , M . Biot directs

particular attention to this subject , and tries to reproduce the

**method**whichNewton may be supposed to have employed in order to calculate his table of

refractions .

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Newton solves the difficulty by an indirect

approximations to the form of the path , and thus at length succeeding in

satisfying all the required conditions . The papers show that the well - known

approximate formula for ...

Newton solves the difficulty by an indirect

**method**, making repeatedapproximations to the form of the path , and thus at length succeeding in

satisfying all the required conditions . The papers show that the well - known

approximate formula for ...

Page xvi

... correspondence that formerly took place between them , that Newton ' s

the Differential Calculus . On the other hand Leibnitz , without avowing himself

the author ...

... correspondence that formerly took place between them , that Newton ' s

**method**was in his possession long before he himself became acquainted withthe Differential Calculus . On the other hand Leibnitz , without avowing himself

the author ...

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