## 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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Correspondence with

Letters from Halley to Newton on the first publication of the • Principia ' . ib . VII .

Letters of Halley to Newton about Comets ' Orbits 36 * VIII . Letters of Halley to

Newton ...

Correspondence with

**Flamsteed**34 V. Letters of Gregory to Newton 35 VI .Letters from Halley to Newton on the first publication of the • Principia ' . ib . VII .

Letters of Halley to Newton about Comets ' Orbits 36 * VIII . Letters of Halley to

Newton ...

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PAGE Correspondence , Articles of Agreement , & c . , about the publication of

Conduitt and Fontenelle about the Éloge 52 II . Conduitt's Memoirs of Newton ib .

III .

PAGE Correspondence , Articles of Agreement , & c . , about the publication of

**Flamsteed's**Observations 51 * SECTION X. 1. Correspondence betweenConduitt and Fontenelle about the Éloge 52 II . Conduitt's Memoirs of Newton ib .

III .

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... this method , however , until the publication of the correspondence between

Newton and

December 20th , 1694 ' , Newton tries to explain the foundation of 1 Baily's

... this method , however , until the publication of the correspondence between

Newton and

**Flamsteed**by Mr Baily in 1835. In a letter to**Flamsteed**, datedDecember 20th , 1694 ' , Newton tries to explain the foundation of 1 Baily's

**Flamsteed**p . Page xiv

It is true that , for the sake of greater simplicity in this co munication to

Newton restricts the enunciation of his theorem to the particular case where the

density decreases uniformly as the height increases , but it is obvious from the ...

It is true that , for the sake of greater simplicity in this co munication to

**Flamsteed**,Newton restricts the enunciation of his theorem to the particular case where the

density decreases uniformly as the height increases , but it is obvious from the ...

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Drafts of Letters of Newton to Varignon and others , relating to Bernouilli's Letter

of 7 June , 1713 , which had been disavowed by the writer . 1 XII . ASTRONOMY .

1. Astronomical communications from

Drafts of Letters of Newton to Varignon and others , relating to Bernouilli's Letter

of 7 June , 1713 , which had been disavowed by the writer . 1 XII . ASTRONOMY .

1. Astronomical communications from

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