Sir Isaac Newton: Notes on 'Principia', and related papers
||Sir Isaac Newton: Notes on 'Principia', and related papers
||Newton, Sir Isaac, 1642-1727
||Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives
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In Latin. fo. 1: tables on the motions of two comets, 1682-3. For the first, see Edmond Halley, Astronomical Tables, London, 1752. The printed table differs in some particulars from this copy. fo. 5: Newton: notes on the periods and distances of the satellites of Saturn, and of the planets. fo. 9: Newton: notes on Principia, p. 370, l. 28.
Found between pp. 362 and 363, and between pp. 370 and 371, of CUL Adv.b.39.2, a second edition of the Principia (Cambridge, 1713).
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Please cite as Cambridge University Library, Department of Manuscripts and University Archives, Sir Isaac Newton: Notes on 'Principia', and related papers, MS Add.2768.14
|Newton, Sir Isaac (1642-1727) Knight, natural philosopher and mathematician|
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