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Newton's Principia : the mathematical principles of natural philosophy / by Sir Isaac Newton ; translated into English by Andrew Motte ; to which is added Newton's system of the world ; with a portrait taken from the bust in the Royal Observatory at Greenwich.

Main Author: Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.
Related Names: Motte, Andrew d. 1734., Adee, Daniel ca. 1819-1892., Book producer, Chittenden, N. W.
Language(s): English
Published: New-York : Published by Daniel Adee, [c1846]
Edition: 1st American ed., carefully rev. and corr. / with a life of the author, by N.W. Chittenden.
Subjects: Newton, Isaac, > Sir, > 1642-1727.
Celestial mechanics > Early works to 1800.
Mechanics > Early works to 1800.
Note: Part of: Theodore P. Hill collection of early American mathematics books.
"Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1846 ... in the Clerk's Office of the Southern District Court of New-York"--T.p. verso.
Translation of: Philosophiae naturalis principia.
Bancroft QA803.A4 1846: Theodore P. Hill collection of Early American Mathematics Books.
Physical Description: 4, vii, 581 p. : port., diagrs. ; 25 cm.
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