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Isaaci Newtoni Opera quae exstant omnia / Commentariis illustrabat Samuel Horsley.

Newton, Isaac, 1642-1727.
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1779-1785
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Londini : Excudebat J. Nichols, 1779-1785.

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5 volumes : plates (3 folded), tables, 2 folded diagrams ; (4to)

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--v. 4. I. Opticks. II. Letters on various subjects in natural philosophy, published from the originals in the archives of the Royal society of London. I. Relating to reflecting telescopes. II. Relating to the theory of light and colours. III. Relating to the excitation of electricity in glass. III. Letter to Mr. Boyle, on the cause of gravitation. IIIa. De natura acidorum. IV. Tabulæ duæ, calorum a

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ESTC T18649

Contents

v. 1. I. Arithmetica universalis. II. Tractatus de rationibus primis ultimisque. III. Analysis per æquationes numero terminorum infinitas. IV. Excerpta quædam ex epistolis ad series fluxionesque pertinentia. V. Tractatus de quadratura curvarum. VI. Geometria analytica sive specimina artis analyticæ. VII. Methodus differentialis. VIII. Enumeratio linearum tertii ordinis. Editoris: 1. Logistica infinitorum. 2. De geometria fluxionum sive additamentum tractatus Newtoniani de Rationibus primis ultimisque.--v. 2. Philosophiæ naturalis principia mathematica: Principiorum libri priores duo, De motu corporum.--v. 3 I. Principiorum liber tertius, De systemate mundi. II. De mundi systemate. III. Theoria lunæ. IV. Lectiones opticae. Editoris: De viribus centralibus quæ rationem triplicatæ distantiarum a centro contrariam inter se constanter servant

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