From: Isaaci Newtoni ... opuscula mathematica, philosophica et philologica, 1744


Varenius, Bernhardus, 1622-1650.
Bernhardi Vareni med. d. Geographia generalis, in qua affectiones generales telluris explicantur, summa cura quam plurimis in locis emendata, & XXXIII schematibus novis, aere incisis, una cum tabb. aliquot quae desiderabantur aucta & illustrata. Ab Isaaco Newton.
Cantabrigiae, ex officina Joann Hayes, typographi sumptibus Henrici Dickinson, bibliopolae, 1672.
16 p. l., 511, [1] p. 5 fold. diagr. 19 cm.
First edition, corrected and enlarged by Newton.
G114 .V3 1672

Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.
Opticks: or, A treatise of the reflexions, refractions, inflections and colours of light. : Also two treatises of the species and magnitude of curvilinear figures.
London, Printed for S. Smith, and B. Walford, 1704.
2 p.l., 144, 211 (i.e. 213) [1] p. fold. plates. 25 x 21 cm.
535 N563o

Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.
Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica.
Editio ultima, auctior et emendatior.
Amstaelodami, sumptibus Societatis, 1714.
14 p.l., 484, [7] p. fold. pl., diagrs. 27 x 21 cm.
531 N563p

Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.
Opticks: or, A treatise of the reflections, refractions, inflections and colours of light.
The 2d. ed., with additions.
London, W. and J. Innys, 1718.
[8], 382 p. illus., 12 fold. plates. 21 cm.
535 N563o 1718

Desaguliers, J. T. (John Theophilus), 1683-1744.
A system of experimental philosophy, prov'd by mechanicks. Wherein the principles and laws of physicks, mechanicks, hydrostaticks, and opticks, are demonstrated and explained at large, by a great number of curious experiments ... / by J. T. Desaguliers ... To which is added, Sir Isaac Newton's colours: The description of the condensing engine, with its apparatus: and Rowley's Horary; a machine representing the motion of the moon about the earth; Venus and Mercury about the sun, according to the Copernican system.
London : Printed for B. Creake, J. Sackfield, and sold by W. Mears, 1719.
19 prelim. leaves, 201, [3] p. : 10 fold. plates ; 21 cm.
First published in 1719 without Desaguliers' knowledge by Paul Dawson and dedicated to Richard Steele. Republished in the same year by Desaguliers with a new title-page, preface and errata sheet added, under title: "Lectures of experimental philosophy."
QC19 .D47 1719

Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.
Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica. Auctore Isaaco Newtono, equite aurato.
Editio ultima, cui accedit analysis per quantitatum series, fluxiones ac differentias cum enumeratione linearum tertii ordinis.
Amstaelodami, sumptibus Societatis, 1723.
[28], 484, [20], 107 p. illus., 3 fold. pl. 26 cm.
"Editoris praefatio" signed: Rogerus Cotes.
QA803 .A2 1723

Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.
Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica. Auctore Isaaco Newtono.
Editio tertia aucta & emendata.
Londini, apud Guil & Joh. Innys, 1726.
17 p. ., 530 [6] p. diagrs. 25 cm.
Edited by R. Cotes.
531 N563p3

Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.
The chronology of antient kingdoms amended.
London, Printed for J. Tonson [etc.] 1728.
xiv, [2], 376 p. 3 fold. plans. 23 x 19 cm.
902 N563c

Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.
A treatise of the system of the world. By Sir Isaac Newton. Translated into English.
London, Printed for F. Fayram..., 1728.
xxiv, 154, [2] p. diagrs., tables 21 cm.
Translation of De mundi systemate.
First edition in English.
QA803 .A55 1728

Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.
Observations upon the prophecies of Daniel and the Apocalypse of St. John.
London, Printed by J. Darby and T. Browne, 1733.
vi, 323 p. 25cm.
224.5 N563o

Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.
Isaaci Newtoni ... opuscula mathematica, philosophica et philologica. Collegit partimque latine vertit ac recensuit Joh. Castillioneus. Accessit commentariolus de vita auctoris.
Lausannaoe & Genevoe, apud Marcum-Michaelem Bousquet & socios, 1744.
3 v. fold. plates (incl. diagrs.) fold. tables. 25 cm.
531 N563Lc

Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.
Two letters of Sir Isaac Newton to Mr. Le Clerc, late Divinity Professor of the Remonstrants in Holland : the former containing a dissertation upon the reading of the Greek text, I John, v. 7 : the latter upon that of I Timothy, iii 16 / published from authentick MSS in the Library of the Remonstrants in Holland.
London : Printed for J. Payne ..., 1754.
[2], 123, [1] p. ; 21 cm. (8vo)
227.9404 N563t

Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.
Four letters from Sir Isaac Newton to Doctor Bentley, containing some arguments in proof of a deity.
London : Printed for R. and J. Dodsley ..., 1756.
35 p. ; 21 cm.
BT100 .N48 1756

Newton, Isaac, Sir, 1642-1727.
Observations upon the prophecies of Daniel
New ed.
London, J. Nisbet 1831.
250 p. 23 cm.
224.5 N563o 1831


Henderson, E. (Ebenezer), 1784-1858.
The great mystery of godliness incontrovertible, or, Sir Isaac Newton and the Socinians foiled in the attempt to prove a corruption in the text, 1 Tim. III. 16, theos ephanerothe en sarki : containing a review of the charges brought against the passage, an examination of the various readings, and a confirmation of that in the received text on principles of general and biblical criticism
London : Holdsworth and Ball, 1830.
viii, 96 p. ; 21 cm.

Horne, George, bp. of Norwich, 1730-1792.
The theology and philosophy in Cicero's Somnium Scipionis, explained. Or, A brief attempt to demonstrate, that the Newtonian system is perfectly agreeable to the notions of the wisest ancients; and that mathematical principles are the only sure ones.
London, Printed for E. Withers, 1751.
55 p. 21 cm.
B1299.N34 H67

Martin, Benjamin, 1705-1782.
A plain and familiar introduction to the Newtonian philosophy, in six sections ...
London: Printed for W. Owen ... 1751.
[vi], 164, [4], 63 p. 6 fold. plates, 20 cm.
113 N563Ym

Pemberton, Henry, 1694-1771.
A view of Sir Isaac Newton's philosophy.
London, Printed by S. Palmer, 1728.
25 p. l., 407 p. 12 fold. pl. 29 cm.
A poem on Sir Isaac Newton, by R. Glover; [15] pages following the preface.
QA803 .P4 Oversize

Sykes, Arthur Ashley, 1683 or 4-1756.
An examination of Mr. Warburton's account of the conduct of the antient legislators
London, J. and P. Knapton, 1744.
1 p. 1., 364 p. 21 cm.
239 S811e
239 S983e

Travis, George, 1741-1797.
Letters to Edward Gibbon, esq., author of the History of the decline and fall, of the Roman empire.
2d ed.
London, Printed by C. F. and J. Rivington, 1785.
2 p.l., [iii]-vi, 376, 61, iv p. 22 cm.
231 T782l2

Voltaire, 1694-1778.
Elemens de la philosophie de Neuton : mis a la portee de tout le monde.
A Amsterdam : Chez Etienne Ledet & Compagnie, 1738.
[2], 399, [1] p., [9] leaves of plates (1 fold.) : ill., front. (port.) ; 20 cm.
530.1 V935e

Whiston, William, 1667-1752.
Sir Isaac Newton's mathematick philosophy more easily demonstrated: with Dr. Halley's account of comets illustrated. : Being forty lectures read in the publick schools at Cambridge. / By William Whiston ... For the use of the young students there.
London: : Printed for J. Senex ... and W. Taylor ..., 1716.
[4], 443, [1] p., IX folded leaves of plates : ill. ; 20 cm.
"In this English edition the whole is corrected and improved by the author."
Translation of Praelectiones physico-mathematicae Cantabrigiae in scholis publicis habitae.
"A synopsis of the astronomy of comets, by Edmund Halley"-P. 409-443.
510.4 W576pE

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