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and infinite Series, with its Application to proof of a deity by Dr. Johnson was pubthe Geometry of curve Lines ; to which is lished in the Literary Magazine. subjoined, a perpetual Comment upon the Letters of Sir Isaac Newton, relating to whole Work. Translated from the original | his Dispute with Leibnitz upon his Right to Latin of Sir Isaac Newton by the Rev. John the Invention of Fluxions, are printed in the Colson. Lond. 1736. 4to. 10s. 6d. LARGE Commercium epistolicum D. Johannis ColPAPER. 18s.

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Leibnitz, Clarke, Newton et autres Auteurs Two Treatises of the Quadrature of célébrés. Par Des Maizeaux. Amst. 1720. Curves, and Analysis by Equations of an Original Papers between Sir Isaac Newton infinite Number of Terms explained ; con- and Dr. James Gregory relating to reflecting taining the Treatises themselves translated Telescopes. In David Gregory's Elements into English from the Original of Sir Isaac of Catoptrics and Droptrics. Newton ; with a large Commentary, by Eloge de M. le Chevalier Neuton, par John Stewart, A.M. Lond. 1745. 4to. 5s. Barnard de Fontenelle. Paris, 1728. 4to.

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