## 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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Papers on finding the Longitude at Sea ib . 9 X. 9 SECTION II . CHEMISTRY . * I .

Parcels containing Transcripts from Alchemical authors * II . Papers on Alchemy *

III . Books on Alchemy IV .

Papers on finding the Longitude at Sea ib . 9 X. 9 SECTION II . CHEMISTRY . * I .

Parcels containing Transcripts from Alchemical authors * II . Papers on Alchemy *

III . Books on Alchemy IV .

**Notes**of Experiments V. Miscellaneous**Notes**VI . Page ix

IT T has been long known that Sir Isaac Newton left , at his death , a large mass

of papers , consisting partly of copies of his works written out or corrected for the

press , partly of

IT T has been long known that Sir Isaac Newton left , at his death , a large mass

of papers , consisting partly of copies of his works written out or corrected for the

press , partly of

**notes**relating to the various subjects in which he was interested ... Page x

These , however , are comparatively few , and not of much interest , with the

exception of a short

College . Although till the present time the papers have never been thoroughly

examined ...

These , however , are comparatively few , and not of much interest , with the

exception of a short

**note**from Newton's mother , written to him when a boy atCollege . Although till the present time the papers have never been thoroughly

examined ...

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Many of the Mathematical papers contain Newton's preparations for the Principia

, and

. It must be recollected that Newton practically gave up his mathematical ...

Many of the Mathematical papers contain Newton's preparations for the Principia

, and

**notes**which spring out of questions that were started by his correspondents. It must be recollected that Newton practically gave up his mathematical ...

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He has left , however ,

at various dates between 1678 and 1696. Some of these are quantitative . Those

of most interest relate to alloys . He mentions several easily fusible alloys of ...

He has left , however ,

**notes**of a number of his own chemical experiments madeat various dates between 1678 and 1696. Some of these are quantitative . Those

of most interest relate to alloys . He mentions several easily fusible alloys of ...

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