## 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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The investigation on this

made in the MS . Newton evidently felt doubts about the correctness of the

coefficient 11 which occurs in this formula . From this , however , he deduces

quite ...

The investigation on this

**point**is not entirely satisfactory , and from the alterationsmade in the MS . Newton evidently felt doubts about the correctness of the

coefficient 11 which occurs in this formula . From this , however , he deduces

quite ...

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A great portion of Newton ' s later years must have been spent in writing and

rewriting his ideas on certain

out , as if prepared for the press , much apparently from the mere love of writing .

A great portion of Newton ' s later years must have been spent in writing and

rewriting his ideas on certain

**points**of Theology and Chronology . Much is writtenout , as if prepared for the press , much apparently from the mere love of writing .

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... mo , butt upon the curve nNgG in the

little lines on and hg be equal to one another and called c , and the figure

mnNgGB be turned about its axis BM to generate a solid , and this solid move

uniformly ...

... mo , butt upon the curve nNgG in the

**points**n , N , g , and G , and the infinitelylittle lines on and hg be equal to one another and called c , and the figure

mnNgGB be turned about its axis BM to generate a solid , and this solid move

uniformly ...

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( a ) To describe a Conic Section through five given

a Conic Section passing through two

lines . 9 . Tract on the construction of Equations , unfinished . 10 . On the

Properties ...

( a ) To describe a Conic Section through five given

**points**; and ( 6 ) To describea Conic Section passing through two

**points**and touching three given straightlines . 9 . Tract on the construction of Equations , unfinished . 10 . On the

Properties ...

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Unarranged fragments connected with

of the variation in an excentric orbit , and on the motion of the Moon ' s Apogee . 8

. A list of Propositions in the Lunar Theory , prepared for a 2nd Edition of the ...

Unarranged fragments connected with

**points**of the Lunar Theory . 7 . On changeof the variation in an excentric orbit , and on the motion of the Moon ' s Apogee . 8

. A list of Propositions in the Lunar Theory , prepared for a 2nd Edition of the ...

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