## 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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... PE ad P R OS . Q.E.D. COROL . Obtinet etiam Propositio quam proxime ubi [

quam minima sit ] excentricitas etiamsi non sit infinitè parva . SECTION I.

PREFACE .

... PE ad P R OS . Q.E.D. COROL . Obtinet etiam Propositio quam proxime ubi [

quam minima sit ] excentricitas etiamsi non sit infinitè parva . SECTION I.

**MATHEMATICS**. I. EARLY PAPERS BY NEWTON . XXX APPENDIX TO THEPREFACE .

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

the University of Cambridge Isaac Newton. SECTION I.

EARLY PAPERS BY NEWTON . ( Holograph . ) 1 . Extracts by Newton From

Hooke's ...

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

the University of Cambridge Isaac Newton. SECTION I.

**MATHEMATICS**. I.EARLY PAPERS BY NEWTON . ( Holograph . ) 1 . Extracts by Newton From

Hooke's ...

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ELEMENTARY

of Kinckhuysen . 2. The first Ten Propositions of the 2nd book of Euclid ,

succinctly enunciated and demonstrated . 3. Theorem on the Area of a Triangle .

4.

ELEMENTARY

**MATHEMATICS**. ( Holograph . ) 1. Observations on the Algebraof Kinckhuysen . 2. The first Ten Propositions of the 2nd book of Euclid ,

succinctly enunciated and demonstrated . 3. Theorem on the Area of a Triangle .

4.

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Fragments relating to the writings of the Ancients in general , but especially to the

Porisms of Euclid , and the Loci of Apollonius [ " very curious and fit to be

published 1-2 SECTION I. 3

Papers ...

Fragments relating to the writings of the Ancients in general , but especially to the

Porisms of Euclid , and the Loci of Apollonius [ " very curious and fit to be

published 1-2 SECTION I. 3

**MATHEMATICS**. On the Quadrature of CurvesPapers ...

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MISCELLANEOUS

Problemata Numeralia . 2. Arithmetica Universalis . A chapter on the limits of the

roots of equations ( see p . 184 of Leyden Ed . of Univ . Arith . 1732 ) . 3 . De

serierum ...

MISCELLANEOUS

**MATHEMATICAL**SUBJECTS . ( Holograph , exc . 7. ) 1 .Problemata Numeralia . 2. Arithmetica Universalis . A chapter on the limits of the

roots of equations ( see p . 184 of Leyden Ed . of Univ . Arith . 1732 ) . 3 . De

serierum ...

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