## 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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Miscellaneous copies of Letters and Papers . 10 XV . Papers on finding the

Longitude at Sea ib . 9 X. 9 SECTION II . CHEMISTRY . * I . Parcels

Transcripts from Alchemical authors * II . Papers on Alchemy * III . Books on

Alchemy IV .

Miscellaneous copies of Letters and Papers . 10 XV . 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 .

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Many of the Mathematical papers

, and notes which spring out of questions that were started by his correspondents

. 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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It is interesting to find among the papers on the Lunar Theory a good many

in the above scholium . These papers are unfortunately very imperfect , and they

have ...

It is interesting to find among the papers on the Lunar Theory a good many

**containing**Newton's calculations relating to the inequalities which are describedin the above scholium . These papers are unfortunately very imperfect , and they

have ...

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The papers also

were evidently intended to be inserted in a second edition , upon which Newton

appears to have been engaged in 1694. This list , together with the two lemmas

on ...

The papers also

**contain**a long list of propositions in the Lunar Theory whichwere evidently intended to be inserted in a second edition , upon which Newton

appears to have been engaged in 1694. This list , together with the two lemmas

on ...

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He must have seen , also , at the same time , that the MS . was an old one , and

although it does not

no means invariably employed to denote Fluxions , Leibnitz could hardly fail to

see ...

He must have seen , also , at the same time , that the MS . was an old one , and

although it does not

**contain**the pointed letters which Newton sometimes but byno means invariably employed to denote Fluxions , Leibnitz could hardly fail to

see ...

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