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Isaaci Newtoni opera quæ exstant omnia.
Commentariis illustrabat Samuel Horsley.


Main Author: Newton, Isaac, 1642-1727.
Related Names: Horsley, Samuel 1733-1806, ed.
Language(s): Latin ; English
Published: Londini, excudebat J. Nichols, 1779-85.
Subjects: Bible. > Bible. / Revelation > Bible. / Revelation / Criticism, interpretation, etc.
Note: --v. 5. I. The chronology of ancient kingdoms amended. II. A short chronicle from a ms. the property of the Rev. Dr. Ekins, dean of Carlisle. III. Observations upon the prophecies of Holy writ, particularly the prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse of St. John. IV. An historical account of two notable corruptions of Scripture. In a letter to a friend.
--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 altura, altera refractionum. V. De problematibus Bernoullianis. VI. Propositions for determining the motion of a body urged by two central forces. VII. Four letters to Dr. Bentley containing some arguments in proof of a deity. VIII. Commercium epistolicum. IX. Additamenta commercii epistolici ex historia fluxionum Raphsoni.
Physical Description: 5 v. plates (3 fold.) tables, 2 fold. diagr. 30 cm.
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