## 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 CambridgeUniversity Press, 1888 - 56 pages |

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**scholium**given in the first edition of the Principia , Newton mentions that by similar computations he has found the motion of the moon's apogee , and he states some of the numerical results which he has obtained , but he does not give ... Page xii

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**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 described in the above**scholium**. These papers are unfortunately very ... Page xiii

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**scholium**to the 1st Edition appears to have been found by a more complete and probably a much more complicated investigation than that contained in the extant MSS . The papers also contain a long list of propositions in the Lunar Theory ... Page xvi

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**Scholium**in the 1st Edition of the Principia . From a paper by Leibnitz , which has been published by Dr Gerhardt , it appears that the article in the Leipsic Acts , of which Newton complained , was really written by Leibnitz , and it ... Page 6

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**Scholium**, differing from that inserted in the 2nd Edition . 10. On the Theory of the Moon . ( Various statements of the principal points of this Theory . ) 11. Propositions De motu nodorum Lunæ , ' prepared for the 3rd Edition of the ...### Other editions - View all

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1st Edition alchemical alloys angulus antimony Apogaei apogee April Arthur Storer Ave Maria Ave Maria Lane Bernouilli bismuth C. J. CLAY calculation Cambridge University Press CATALOGUE chemical Christ's College Chronology CLAY & SONS Commentary Commercium Epistolicum Conduitt containing copy Crown 8vo Curves Demy 8vo distantias Draft Editor Ellipseos erit experiments extracts from Boyle Flamsteed fragment given Greek Halley History Holograph impulsum July June Latin latus rectum Leibnitz letter linea LL.D London Lord Portsmouth Luna radio Lunar Theory M. T. CICERONIS Mathematical Method of Fluxions moon's apogee motion motus Newton Newton's hand Oldenburg orbe orbit papers relating plano immobili Principia printed by Brewster Professor PROP Propositions quam Luna recipe refraction salammoniac scholium Sept St John's College sublimate Terram translation treatise Trinity College University of Cambridge University Press Warehouse Varignon volume دو وو