## 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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When that occurred ( in 1727 ) Dr Pellett was appointed by the executors to examine them and to select such as he deemed fit for publication . A rough catalogue of the papers is appended to a bond

When that occurred ( in 1727 ) Dr Pellett was appointed by the executors to examine them and to select such as he deemed fit for publication . A rough catalogue of the papers is appended to a bond

**given**by Mr Conduitt to the ... Page xi

It must be recollected that Newton practically gave up his mathematical studies after 1696 , even the superintendence of the second edition of the Principia being

It must be recollected that Newton practically gave up his mathematical studies after 1696 , even the superintendence of the second edition of the Principia being

**given**to Cotes , and thus that after this date there is little of value ... Page xii

Two lemmas are first established which give the motion of the apogee in an elliptic orbit of very small eccentricity due to

Two lemmas are first established which give the motion of the apogee in an elliptic orbit of very small eccentricity due to

**given**small disturbing forces acting , ( 1 ) in the direction of the radius vector , and ( 2 ) in the direction ... Page xiii

From this , however , he deduces quite correctly that the mean annual motion of the apogee resulting would amount to 38 ° 51 ' 51 " , whereas the annual motion

From this , however , he deduces quite correctly that the mean annual motion of the apogee resulting would amount to 38 ° 51 ' 51 " , whereas the annual motion

**given**in the Astronomical Tables is 40 ° 411 ' . Page xiv

... enunciation of Newton's theorem that the method is general , provided that the differential of the density which is appropriate to any

... enunciation of Newton's theorem that the method is general , provided that the differential of the density which is appropriate to any

**given**law of diminution be employed in finding the corresponding differential of the refraction .### What people are saying - Write a review

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