5 edition of Optical lectures read in the publick schools of the University of Cambridge, Anno Domini, 1669 found in the catalog.
Optical lectures read in the publick schools of the University of Cambridge, Anno Domini, 1669
|Statement||by the late Sir Isaac Newton ... Never before printed ; translated into English out of the original Latin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, , 212 p. :|
|Number of Pages||212|
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Optical lectures read in the publick schools of the University of Cambridge: Anno Domini, By the late Sir Isaac Newton, Then Lucasian Professor of the Mathematicks.
Never before Printed. Translated into English out of the Original Latin. Get this from a library. Optical lectures: read in the publick schools of the University of Cambridge, anno Domini [Isaac Newton; Francis Fayram; Herbert M Evans].
Optical lectures read in the publick schools of the University of Cambridge, Anno Domini,Readex Microprint Microform in English. Isaac Newton. Sir Isaac Newton (25 December – 20 March /27) was an English mathematician, physicist, astronomer, theologian, and author (described in his own day as a "natural philosopher") who is widely recognised as one of the most influential scientists of all time, and a key figure in the scientific revolution.
"Optical Lectures Read in the Publick Schools of the University of Cambridge," anno domini, London: F. Fayram, This is the first edition of these lectures, originally delivered much earlier, which were published by his family following his death in Optical lectures read in the publick schools of the University of Cambridge, anno domini, Never before printed.
Translated into English out of the original Latin. Newton, Isaac: ft, Optical Lectures Read in the Publick Schools of the University of Cambridge, Anno Domini, By the late Sir Isaac Newton, then Lucasian Professor of Optical lectures read in the publick schools of the University of Cambridge Mathematicks.
Never before printed. Translated into English out of the original Cited by: Optical lectures read in the publick schools of the University of Cambridge: Anno Domini, / By the late Sir Isaac Newton Never before printed. Translated into English out of the original Latin.
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The ‘Optical Lectures read in the Publick Schools of the University of Cambridge, Anno Domini, ,’ were first printed in English inand in Latin in The tract ‘Enumeratio’ closely resembled the famous ‘De Analysi per Æquationes,’ which .