## 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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From this , however , he deduces quite correctly that the mean annual motion of

the apogee resulting would amount to 38 ° 51 ' 51 " , whereas the annual motion

given in the Astronomical

...

From this , however , he deduces quite correctly that the mean annual motion of

the apogee resulting would amount to 38 ° 51 ' 51 " , whereas the annual motion

given in the Astronomical

**Tables**is 40 ° 411 . The result stated in the scholium to...

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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 method which

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

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 which

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

**table**ofrefractions .

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Fluxions said to have been written by Newton in November , 1666 . 2. Tract

relating to the History of Fluxions , transcribed from one which was probably

written by ...

**Table**of sines to every half degree . III . FLUXIONS . 1. Transcript of a Tract onFluxions said to have been written by Newton in November , 1666 . 2. Tract

relating to the History of Fluxions , transcribed from one which was probably

written by ...

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Calculations for forming Lunar

Comparisons of calculated places of the Moon with Observations . X. PAPERS

CONNECTED WITH THE PRINCIPIA . c . Mathematical Problems . 1. To find the

True ...

Calculations for forming Lunar

**Tables**. 14. Various Lunar**Tables**. 15.Comparisons of calculated places of the Moon with Observations . X. PAPERS

CONNECTED WITH THE PRINCIPIA . c . Mathematical Problems . 1. To find the

True ...

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1652 , 1661 , 1665 , 1672 , 1677 , and 1686 , as calculated by Halley . 4. Eclipse

**Table**by Newton for Flamsteed . Elements of the Comets of 1472 , 1580 , 1585 ,1652 , 1661 , 1665 , 1672 , 1677 , and 1686 , as calculated by Halley . 4. Eclipse

**Tables**for a period of 18 years , by Halley . 5. Observations of Eclipses , sent to ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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