## 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

. Papers connected with the ' Principia . ' A. General ib . IX . B. Lunar Theory 5 C.

Mathematical Problems 6 XI . Papers

Papers

**relating**to Geometry . ib , VII . Miscellaneous Mathematical subjects 4 VIII. Papers connected with the ' Principia . ' A. General ib . IX . B. Lunar Theory 5 C.

Mathematical Problems 6 XI . Papers

**relating**to the dispute respecting the ... Page vi

Letters of Halley to Newton and Molyneux ,

Letters from Cotes to Newton on the 2nd edition of the ' Principia ' 37 X. Rough

drafts of some of Newton's Letters to Cotes XI . Letters of Keill to Newton 39 XII .

Letters of Halley to Newton and Molyneux ,

**relating**to the Chester Mint ib . IX .Letters from Cotes to Newton on the 2nd edition of the ' Principia ' 37 X. Rough

drafts of some of Newton's Letters to Cotes XI . Letters of Keill to Newton 39 XII .

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Letters and Memoranda

Papers on Newton's family matters and on the Mint : 55 * SECTION XIV . Books

and Papers not by Newton 55 * SECTION XV . Complimentary Letters to Newton

...

Letters and Memoranda

**relating**to Newton after his death . 54 * SECTION XIII .Papers on Newton's family matters and on the Mint : 55 * SECTION XIV . Books

and Papers not by Newton 55 * SECTION XV . Complimentary Letters to Newton

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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

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

On receiving a preliminary report on the contents of the collection , Lord

Portsmouth expressed a wish that the papers

History , and Alchemy , should be returned to him at Hurstbourne , where they

would be ...

On receiving a preliminary report on the contents of the collection , Lord

Portsmouth expressed a wish that the papers

**relating**to Theology , Chronology ,History , and Alchemy , should be returned to him at Hurstbourne , where they

would be ...

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