IV. Enumeration of Lines of the Third Order V. On the Quadrature of Curves VI. Papers relating to Geometry. VII. Miscellaneous Mathematical subjects VIII. Papers connected with the 'Principia.' A. General 1 2 ib. 5 C. Mathematical Problems 6 XI. Papers relating to the dispute respecting the invention of I. Correspondence with Oldenburg II. Correspondence with Collins and Wallis III. Letters of A. Storer to Dr Babington and to Newton IV. Correspondence with Flamsteed 'Principia'. VI. Letters from Halley to Newton on the first publication of the VII. Letters of Halley to Newton about Comets' Orbits *VIII. Letters of Halley to Newton and Molyneux, relating to the ib. 36 IX. Letters from Cotes to Newton on the 2nd edition of the 'Principia' 37 38 39 XII. Letters of Pemberton to Newton while editing the 3rd edition of Miscellaneous Letters *XIII. Letters of N. Facio Duillier to Newton and others *XIV. *XV. Copies of Newton's Letters, published in the Macclesfield Cor- ib. 40 Books. [Some of these have been returned to Lord Portsmouth.] SECTION VIII. MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS. [Some of these have been returned to Lord Ports- * These have been returned to Lord Portsmouth. . 46 49 SECTION IX. Correspondence, Articles of Agreement, &c., about the publication of PAGE 51 *SECTION X. I. Correspondence between Conduitt and Fontenelle about the Eloge 52 II. III. London Gazette with account of Newton's funeral ib. ib. *SECTION XI. Drafts of Fragments of Conduitt's intended Life of Newton. . 53 *SECTION XII. Letters and Memoranda relating to Newton after his death. 54 |