## 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 only part which is developed with any fulness of detail is that relating to the

inequality called the variation , and also that which treats of the

node and the change of inclination of the orbit to the ecliptic . In a short scholium

...

The only part which is developed with any fulness of detail is that relating to the

inequality called the variation , and also that which treats of the

**motion**of thenode and the change of inclination of the orbit to the ecliptic . In a short scholium

...

Page xii

he had found by theory for the

new scholium . 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 ...

he had found by theory for the

**motion**of the moon's apogee , is omitted in thenew scholium . 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 ...

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The Scientific Portion of which Has Been Presented by the Earl of Portsmouth to

the University of Cambridge Isaac Newton. inoon's apogee when in that position

is to the mean hourly

The Scientific Portion of which Has Been Presented by the Earl of Portsmouth to

the University of Cambridge Isaac Newton. inoon's apogee when in that position

is to the mean hourly

**motion**of the moon as 1+ 4C : 238 % The investigation on ... Page xxi

35 , Schol . II . A List of Propositions in the Lunar Theory intended to be inserted

in a second edition of the Principia . III . The

orbit of very small eccentricity , caused by given disturbing forces . I. ON THE

FORM ...

35 , Schol . II . A List of Propositions in the Lunar Theory intended to be inserted

in a second edition of the Principia . III . The

**motion**of the Apogee in an ellipticorbit of very small eccentricity , caused by given disturbing forces . I. ON THE

FORM ...

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... et hujusmodi rectae duae planum illud determinabunt . III . ON THE

OF THE APOGEE IN AN ELLIPTIC ORBIT OF VERY SMALL ECCENTRICITY .

From a somewhat mutilated MS , which seems to have been prepared for the

press .

... et hujusmodi rectae duae planum illud determinabunt . III . ON THE

**MOTION**OF THE APOGEE IN AN ELLIPTIC ORBIT OF VERY SMALL ECCENTRICITY .

From a somewhat mutilated MS , which seems to have been prepared for the

press .

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