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Philosophiæ naturalis principia mathematica Editio tertia aucta: NEWTON, Sir Isaac

NEWTON, Sir Isaac

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Item Description: London Apud Guil. & Joh. Innys, 1726. Newton's "Principia"- Large Paper Copy NEWTON, Sir Isaac. Philosophiæ naturalis principia mathematica. Editio tertia aucta & emendata. London: Apud Guil. & Joh. Innys, 1726. Third edition. One of 200 Large-Paper copies on "General Royal paper with the "CC" watermark. Quarto (28.9 x 22.2 cm). [34], 530, [6, index] pp. With engraved frontispiece portrait and numerous diagrams. Bound without rear ad, but with initial privilege leaf and half-title leaf. Collates as copy 2 of Babson. Contemporary full vellum, front board expertly reattached. Black calf spine label, lettered in gilt. Faint dampstain at upper corner of initial leaves. A very nice large, clean copy. "This edition was the last published during the author’s lifetime and the basis of all subsequent editions. It was edited by Henry Pemberton, M.D., F.R.S., and contains a new preface by Newton and a large number of alterations, the most important being the scholium on fluxions, in which Leibnitz had been mentioned by name. This had been considered an acknowledgement of Leibnitz’s independent discovery of the calculus. In omitting Leibnitz’s name in this edition, Newton was criticized as taking advantage of an opponent whose death had prevented any reply" (Babson, p. 12). Third edition of "the greatest work in the history of science" (Printing and the Mind of Man). In the Principia, Newton formulated the three laws of motion from which he derived the principle of universal gravitation, "wherein all bodies, of whatever mass, attract one another in proportion to their masses and in inverse ratio as the square of the distance between them. This applies to dust particles as to the mightiest celestial bodies" (Dibner). "Copernicus, Galileo and Kepler had certainly shown the way; but where they described the phenomena they observed, Newton explained the underlying universal laws. The Principia provided the great synthesis of the cosmos, proving finally its physical unity. Newton showed that the important and dramatic aspects of nature that were subject to the universal law of gravitation could be explained, in mathematical terms, within a single physical theory.The same laws of gravitation and motion rule everywhere; for the first time a single mathematical law could explain the motion of objects on earth as well as the phenomena of the heavens. The whole cosmos is composed of inter-connecting parts influencing each other according to these laws. It was this grand conception that produced a general revolution in human thought, equalled perhaps only by that following Darwin’s Origin of Species" (Printing and the Mind of Man 161, describing the first edition). Babson 13. Gray 9. Wallis 9. HBS 64483. $45,000. Bookseller Inventory # 64483

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Newton Isaac]

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Item Description: Cambridge (University Press) 1713, 1713. The second edition, the first to include the General Scholium in which Newton gives a general resume of the work. One of about 750 copies printed, of which 250 were sent to Holland and France. Engraved vignette on title, one folding engraved plate, and numerous woodcut diagrams and illustrations in the text. Large 4to, bound in full English contemporary polished calf, the spine fully gilt and very handsome, morocco lettering label gilt, compartments handsomely gilt between raised bands of the spine. 14 leaves, 484, [8]. A very handsome copy, the back expertly and exquisitely restored to style, title with usual offset from binding turn-ins in fore-margin, fore-margin of title very slightly frayed, small neat repair to upper inner corner of title. ONE OF THE GREATEST BOOKS EVER PENNED, AND A FOUNDATION OF ALL MODERN SCIENCE. THE CORNERSTONE TREATISE ON DYNAMICS AND GRAVITATION, "THE MOST INFLUENTIAL SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATION OF THE 17TH CENTURY" (Horblit) A pleasing and handsome copy of the PRINCIPIA. "Richard Bentley, Master of Trinity College, was instrumental in bringing out this second edition, which was edited by Roger Cotes, F.R.S. In his important preface, Cotes attacks the Cartesian philosophy then still in vogue in the universities, and refutes an assertion that Newton's theory of attraction is a causa occulta. It contains a second preface by Newton and considerable additions, the chapters on the lunar theory and the theory of comets being much enlarged" (- Babson 12). Newton, in the PRINCIPIA, stated the three laws of motion that establish the relationship of mass, force, and direction; he also discussed the movement of bodies through gases and liquids, and defined mass and force and the corpuscular theory of light. But most importantly, he established the principal of universal gravitation and the motion of the planets. "Copernicus, Newton, and Einstein are the three corner-stones of our conception of the universe. Few could grasp Newton's reasoning at the time, and his fame was spread on the Continent by Voltaire's ELEMENS DE LA PHILOSOPHIE DE NEUTON, 1738" (PMM). Roger Cotes, 1682-1716, "was not only able enough to see where Principia could be improved, but also able to criticise Newton and correct his errors without ever antagonising him - no mean feat . [Cotes’s Preface contains] a strong attack against Cartesian physics in general and the vortex theory of planetary motion in particular . The most significant feature remains the number of changes introduced into this edition [including] the propositions on the resistance of fluids, the lunar theory, the procession of the equinoxes, the theory of comets . On [Cotes’s] death Newton bestowed on him the tribute he had denied him in his life: if he had lived we might have known something". Bookseller Inventory # 19328

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Isaac Newton

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Item Description: London Apud Guil. & Joh. Innys, 1726. 3. edition. (XXXVI ) incl inscribed endpaper+530+(VI) index, Pages. Lover end of spine with small loss p. One of 200 copies on large paper (28,9x22,2 cm, Watermarked CC luxury edition. Ths is the last printing in Newtons lifetime and with noumerous woodcut diagrammes including plare on page 506, Marbeled endpaper fronthinge a little weak.no portrait. Bound in an impressive contemporary full claf with raised bands, very rich golddecoration and red titellabel with goldprint on spine. With decorative goldborders on boards and inside edges of boards. With some wear to binding. Content very bright and fine. Bookseller Inventory # 15062326

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Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica. Editio tertia aucta: NEWTON, Isaac

NEWTON, Isaac

Published by Apud Guil. & Joh. Innys, London (1726)

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Item Description: Apud Guil. & Joh. Innys, London, 1726. Hardcover. Book Condition: Near Fine. 3rd Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. LARGE PAPER COPY. 4to (282x222 mm), [36], 530, [8] pp., including half-title, engraved frontispiece portrait by George Vertue facing title, dedication leaf, Halley's commendatory verse leaf, privilege leaf, ad leaf at end; numerous woodcut diagrams and the engraving on p. 506. Contemporary full calf, spine with 5 raised bands richly gilt in compartments, morocco letting piece (extremities worn, spine ends chipped, covers rubbed), sprinkled edges, illegible signatures to first two fly leaves. Very minor occasional spotting and marginal soiling, paper flaw to fore-margin of Rrr1-2, pages 225 to 232 misbound after p.240, index leaf 3y4 re-attached, closed tear at gutter of leaves Yyy1-4. An outstanding, clean and bright copy. ---- PMM 161 (describing the first edition); Babson 13; Gray 9; Wallis 9; Todd E3(2); HBS 64483. - The stated third edition, this one of the 200 large-paper copies on "Writing Royal Paper" with the "CC" watermark. According to W.B.Todd, Bibliography of the Principia, p.855, this is the second impression, determined by the progressive wearing of type fractures and dislocations. The Babson catalogue notes that the license leaf had no assigned signature location, and is found at various places in copies of the regular edition. This edition was the last published during the author's lifetime and is the basis for all subsequent editions. The editor was Henry Pemberton, M.D., F.R.S., and this recension of the text contains a new preface by Newton and a large number of alterations. The most important of these is in the scholium on fluxions, in which Leibnitz had been mentioned by name in the earlier editions. His name is absent here, leading to claims that Newton was avoiding sharing credit for the development of calculus with his Continental rival. Bookseller Inventory # 002023

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Philosophiae naturalis Principia mathematica. Auctore Isaaco Newtonio: Newton, Isaac

Newton, Isaac

Published by [Cornelius Crownfield], Cambridge (1713)

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Item Description: [Cornelius Crownfield], Cambridge, 1713. The second edition, expanded and corrected, and the first to include the General Scholium in which Newton gives a general resumé of the work. One of about 750 copies printed, of which 250 were sent to Holland and France. Engraved vignette on title, one folding engraved plate, and numerous woodcut diagrams and illustrations in the text. 14 leaves, 484, [8] pp. 1 vols. 4to. The Second Principia. The critical second edition of what is incontestably the single most important scientific work ever published, one which laid the foundations for modern physics. Published in Newton's lifetime by his friend and collaborater, Roger Cotes (1682-1716), this edition contains for the first time Cotes' Preface which lays out Newton's method, a 7 pp. Index, and most importantly, Newton's own celebrated conclusion entitled SCHOLIUM GENERALE (pp. 481-484), written in response to the objections of Berkeley and Leibniz, in which the author expresses the religious conceptions underlying and supporting his empirical-mathematical construct."Copernicus, Galileo and Kepler had certainly shown the way; but where they described the phenomena they observed, Newton explained the underlying universal laws. The PRINCIPIA provided the great synthesis of the cosmos, proving finally its physical unity. Newton showed that the important and dramatic aspects of nature that were subject to the universal law of gravitation could be explained, in mathematical terms, within a single physical theory. With him the separation of natural and supernatural, of sublunar and superlunar worlds disappeared. The same laws of gravitation and motion rule everywhere; for the first time a single mathematical law could explain the motion of objects on earth as well as the phenomena of the heavens. The whole cosmos is composed of inter-connecting parts influencing each other according to these laws" (PMM). Wallis 8; Grey 8; Babson 8; DSB X, p. 64; for the first edition of the PRINCIPIA (1687), see: PMM 161; Dibner 11; Horblit 78; Norman 1586 Modern brown half morocco and cloth, two small paper repairs to title page at right margin and one small repair to the second leaf, not affecting the text Engraved vignette on title, one folding engraved plate, and numerous woodcut diagrams and illustrations in the text. 14 leaves, 484, [8] pp. 1 vols. 4to The second edition, expanded and corrected, and the first to include the General Scholium in which Newton gives a general resumé of the work. One of about 750 copies printed, of which 250 were sent to Holland and France. Bookseller Inventory # 252301

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Isaac Newton

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Item Description: Sumptibus Societas, Amsterdam, 1723. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Editio Ultima . with Analysis quantitatum series , Fluxiones ac differentias : cum Enumeratione Linearum Terti Ordinis. 3/4 leather binding, probably early 1800's . Binding and boards are VG condition , as are all the pages .I believe that this Amesterdam edition is a reprint of the second UK edition .Pagination: ({(A0-(D)2} +484PP+({PPP3}-qQQ2}).pagination of Analysis per Quantitatum , fluxiones. : (6) 107 pp .Please ask for photos . Bookseller Inventory # 358056

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NEWTON, Isaac

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Item Description: Sumptibus Societatis, Amsterdam, 1714. FIRST AMSTERDAM EDITION. 4to. [xxviii], 484, [8] pp. With folding engraved plate of cometary orbit facing p. 465, numerous woodcut diagrams in the text. Title printed in red and black with an engraved device. Contemporary vellum over boards; a few wormholes in the spine, preliminary and endleaves, otherwise a very nice copy. First Amsterdam edition of Newton’s epoch-making work, taken from the second printed edition (1713). It is in this edition of the Principia that Newton’s famous additions to the theory of the motion of the moon and the planets appear, as well as many other important additions and corrections.This rare printing includes Newton’s prefaces of May 8, 1686 and Mar. 28, 1713, as well as the preface of the editor, Roger Cotes. This entire edition was reset in Amsterdam and the text corrected according to the Corrigenda. The woodcuts and plates were also re-engraved. (Gray, p. 10). Bookseller Inventory # 13845

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NEWTON, Isaac.

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Item Description: Sumptibus Societatis, Amstælodami, 1714. Book Condition: A lovely wide-margined copy. 1 blank leaf with an engraved portrait of Newton (and two of his signatures) pasted down + TP + [i] = Dedication page + [iii]-[iv] = Halley's Poem to Newton + [v]-[viii] = Newton's Preface [dated 1713] + [ix]-[xxiv] = Editor's Preface + [xxv]-[xxvi] = Index + 1-484 + [485]-[491] = Index Rerum + 1 blank leaf. Quarto. Second Edition, Second Printing (Amsterdam Issue).It is in this edition of the Principia that Newton's famous additions to the theory of the motion of the moon and the planets appear, as well as many other important additions and corrections including the famous General Scholium in which Newton gives a general resume of the work. The title page printed in red and black with an engraved device. Illustrated throughout with numerous woodcut diagrams and with a folded engraved plate illustrating the orbits of comets facing page 464. Newton's monumental Principia was originally presented to the world in 1687. The second - much enlarged - edition was published in Cambridge in 1713. This second printing of that revised text was released the following year in Amsterdam having been entirely reset from the Cambridge copy and the text corrected for known errors. (There was yet another Amsterdam printing of this second edition in 1723.) The third edition of the Principia - the last in Newton's lifetime - was published in 1726. 1884) to the top of the front free end paper. On the Dedication Page there is a two line ink inscription in the upper right corner by Prof. H. Keefer. The pasted-in portrait of Newton was engraved by Enoch Seeman and the ownership of the original signatures is ascribed to John Thane. With the text blocks of most pages uniformly tanned. Comes in a custom clamshell box done in ivory cloth. Overall, a lovely copy of this incredibly important book which is difficult to find and all but impossible to afford in the first edition. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. SECOND EDITION, SECOND PRINTING (Amsterdam Issue). Bookseller Inventory # 862

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NEWTON ISAAC.

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Item Description: Sumptibus Societatis, Amstælodami, 1714. In 4° (mm 260x205). Pagg. (28), 484, (8). Frontespizio in rosso e nero con vignetta allegorica in rame, con putti e motto "Vis Unita Major". Firma di possesso non identificabile; una tavola ripiegata in rame f.t. raffigurante l'orbita della cometa, che secondo le tesi di Newton poteva essere non solo ellittica, ma anche iperbolica e parabolica. Centinaia di diagrammi silografici nel testo. Alle prime carte dedica a Carlo II, segue un poemetto di E.D. Halley a Newton e due prefazioni di Newton, datate "Londini, May 8 1686" e "Mar. 28 1713"; poi la prefazione editoriale curata da Roger Cotes professore di astronomia e filosofia sperimentale del Trinity College, datata "Cantabrigiae Maii 12. 1713" e infine lo "Index Capitum totius operis". Pergamena rigida coeva con unghie, titolo su tassello in oro al dorso, tagli blu. Seconda edizione, prima tiratura di Amsterdam (una seconda olandese fu pubblicata nel 1723) editata mentre Newton lavorava ancora ai suoi studi, redatta sulla seconda del 1713, la prima a contenere lo "Scholium generale" scritto in risposta alle obiezioni di Berkeley e Leibniz, ma rivista e corretta interamente ad Amsterdam; appaiono per la prima volta aggiunte e correzioni dell'A. ed anche le incisioni vengono eseguite e aggiunte apposta per questa edizione.L'opera è suddivisa in tre libri, nei primi due tratta del moto dei corpi e dei mezzi di contrasto, quali aria e acqua; nel terzo libro, chiamato Sul sistema del mondo, Newton espone la legge di gravitazione universale che agisce, secondo l'A. in ogni luogo e per ogni corpo. Nei Principia Newton compie l'unificazione tra la fisica galileiana e l'astronomia di Keplero. Infatti lo scienziato inglese riconduce a un'unica causa la legge di gravitazione universale le leggi di Keplero e quelle della caduta dei gravi. Questo risultato ha un'importanza cruciale in quanto Newton unifica i moti del cielo e della terra aprendo così la via a una moltitudine di applicazioni che saranno sviluppate da molti altri scienziati in avvenire. Celebri sono le teorie dei moti lunari, delle maree e dei pianeti.Bell'esemplare che presenta lievi tracce d'ossidazione internamente e lievi fioriture. Firma di possesso manoscritta a inchiostro bruno al piatto anteriore.Glosse a lapis al margine a qualche pagg."It is in this edition of the Principia that Newton's famous additions to the theory of the motion of the moon and the planets appear, as well as many other important additions and corrections. This rare printing includes Newton's prefaces of May 8, 1686 and Mar. 28, 1713, as well as the preface of the editor, Roger Cotes. This entire edition was reset in Amsterdam and the text corrected according to the Corrigenda. The woodcuts and plates were also re-engraved." (Gray, p. 10).4to; (28), 484, (8) pp. Title printed in red and black with engraved device and motto "Vis Unita Major", folding engraved plate of cometary orbit facing p. 465 and numerous woodcut diagrams in the text. Contemporary vellum over boards, gold title on spine; a good copy with some paper discoloration. Second edition, first Amsterdam issue of Newton's work, revised on the second printed edition (Cambridge, 1713). It is in this edition of the Principia that Newton's famous additions to the theory of the motion of the moon and the planets appear, as well as many other important additions and corrections.Including Newton's prefaces of May 8, 1686 and Mar. 28, 1713, as well as the preface of the editor, Roger Cotes astronomy professor at Trinity College. This entire edition was reset in Amsterdam and the text corrected according to the Corrigenda. The woodcuts and plates were also re-engraved. (Gray, p. 10). Bookseller Inventory # 10657

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Philosophiæ Naturalis Principia Mathematica, Auctore Isaaco Newtono,: Newton, Sir Isaac

Newton, Sir Isaac

Published by Sumptibus Societatis, Amsterdam (1714)

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Item Description: Sumptibus Societatis, Amsterdam, 1714. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. No Jacket. 2nd Edition. Rebound. Sumptibus Societatis, Amstælodami, 1714. SECOND EDITION, Second Printing. [i] = Dedication page + [iii]-[iv] = Halley's Poem to Newton + [v]-[viii] = Newton's Preface [1713] + [ix]-[xxiv] = Editor's Preface + [xxv]-[xxvi] = Index + 1-484 + [485]-[491] = Index Rerum. Quarto. Second Edition, Second Printing (Amsterdam Issue).Isaac Newton's Monumental Principia Mathematica, A Foundation Stone to All of Modern Science – The Second Edition (First Amsterdam Issue, 1714) The title page printed in red and black with an engraved device. Illustrated throughout with numerous woodcut diagrams and with a folded engraved plate illustrating the orbits of comets facing page 464. Newton's monumental Principia was originally presented to the world in 1687. The second - much enlarged - edition was published in Cambridge in 1713. This second printing of that revised text was released the following year in Amsterdam having been entirely reset from the Cambridge copy and the text corrected for known errors. (There was yet another Amsterdam printing of this second edition in 1723.) The third edition of the Principia - the last in Newton's lifetime - was published in 1726. In September of 1709 Newton placed the emended text of Principia into the hands of his editor Roger Cotes who suggested further revisions and wrote a lengthy preface defending the Newtonian system. His preface includes an interesting reference to the New World as Cotes asserts that the law of gravity functions in America precisely as it does in Europe. Newton himself lists the major emendations at the end of his author's preface. These changes pertain to the laws of orbiting bodies, the resistance of fluids, lunar declinations, and comets. "Richard Bentley, Master of the Trinity College, was instrumental in bringing out this second edition, which was edited by Roger Cotes, F.R.S. In his important preface, Cotes attacks the Cartesian philosophy, then still in vogue in the universities, and refutes an assertion that Newton's theory of attraction is a causa occulta. It contains a second preface by Newton and considerable additions, the chapters on the lunar theory and the theory of comets being much enlarged" (Babson 12).It is in this edition of the Principia that Newton's famous additions to the theory of the motion of the moon and the planets appear, as well as many other important additions and corrections including the famous General Scholium in which Newton gives a general resume of the work. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase. Frontispiece missing. Bookseller Inventory # 1501538

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Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica. Editio ultima cui: NEWTON, Sir Isaac.

NEWTON, Sir Isaac.

Published by Amsterdam: Sumptibus Societas, 1723 (1723)

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Item Description: Amsterdam: Sumptibus Societas, 1723, 1723. Quarto (255 x 192 mm). Contemporary vellum over boards, manuscript titling to spine, speckled edges. Spine evenly toned, a few old stains and some discolouration, old stain at the head of a number of leaves. A very good copy in a plain contemporary binding. Title page printed in red & black, engraved vignette to title page, 3 engraved folding plates, numerous woodcut diagrams in the text. First edition to combine the Principia with the Analysis per Quantitatum Series, Fluxiones ac Differentias (1711), Newton's first independent treatise on mathematics, containing his important developments of calculus - here with a separate title page, pagination, and index; second Amsterdam edition of the Principia, with the plates and diagrams re-engraved. The Principia, first published in 1687, is the "greatest work in the history of science" (PMM) in which Newton (1642-1727) laid out in mathematical terms the principles of time, force and motion that explained a wide range of previously unrelated phenomena and made Newton an international leader in scientific research. His theories provided the basis for the development of modern physical science. "Copernicus, Gallileo and Kepler had certainly shown the way; but where they describe the phenomena they observed, Newton explained the underlaying universal laws. The Principia provided the great synthesis of the cosmos, proving finally its physical unity. Newton showed that the important and dramatic aspects of nature that were subject to the gravitation law could be explained, in mathematical terms, within a single physical theory. The same laws of gravitation and motion rule everywhere; for the first time a single mathematical law could explain the motion of objects on earth as well as the phenomena of the heavens. The whole cosmos is composed of inter-connecting parts influencing each other according to these laws. It was this grand conception that produced a general revolution in human thought, equalled perhaps only by that following Darwin's Origin of Species" (ibid). An appealing copy with a contemporary ducal provenance: armorial bookplate of Giambattista de Mari, prince of Acquaviva; the de Mari were a prominent Genoese family. Not in Babson; Gray 12; Printing and the Mind of Man 171 (the first edition of 1687). Bookseller Inventory # 111756

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Newtono, Isaaco [Newton, Isaac]

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Item Description: Apud Guil. & Joh. Innys, London, 1726. 3rd Edition. 250mm x 200mm (10" x 8"). [xxx], 530pp, [viii]. B/w frontis (copy). Black and white diagrams throughout. Final edition in Newton's lifetime. Demy paper edition. G: in Good condition without dust jacket as issued. 20th century rebind with new endpapers and copy frontis. Some stains mainly affecting top margin, occasionally impinging. Occasional marks. Two inked annotations Brown hardback leather cover with ribbed spine and maroon/gilt title panel. Bookseller Inventory # t0860

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Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica. Perpetuis commentariis illustrata,: NEWTON (Isaac).

NEWTON (Isaac).

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Item Description: Genevae (Genève), Barrillot & Fils, 1739 - 1742., 1742. Trois volumes in-4. T.I : XXXV - 548 pp. (2 ff. d'index mal placés : p.XXXIII - XXXV insérés entre les p. 546 et 547); T.II :(4)ff., 422 pp., (1)f. d'errata ; T.III Part. I : (4)ff., XXVIII - 374 pp. [suivi de] Part. II : (1)f.blc, VIII - [375] - 703 pp. Nombreuses figures gravées in-texte. Intérieur frais. Cachet à l'encre au verso du titre : "'Dom. S. Aloys Jerseiens. S. J." ; Cachet à l'encre aux titres "Bibliothèque S.J. Les Fontaines. 60 - Chantilly" et "Ecole Sainte Genevieve B.D.J." Plein veau moucheté, dos à nerfs orné de caissons et fleurons dorés. Habiles restaurations à quelques coiffes, coins et mors. Reliure de l'époque. L'édition, densément annotée par les commentateurs est un trésor concernant les idées de Newton sur la Géométrie et la Physique mathématique. Thomas Le Seur (1703-1770) et François Jacquier (1711-1788) appartenaient à la "Gallicana Minimorum Familia ". Le scientifique suisse Jean-Louis Calandrini (1703-1758) a organisé et financé l'édition. Les notes et commentaires les plus importants sont écrits par Calandrini lui-même et reconnaissables à leur astérisque. Dans les "Monitum", au début de chaque tome, Le Seur et Jacquier écrivent qu'ils ne peuvent pas remercier assez Calandrini pour les contributions et les avantages qu'il a donné à l'édition et le considèrent comme "expert en Mathématique". Les commentaires de cette édition sont fondamentaux pour comprendre quel est le développement à cette époque de la Physique chez les plus grands scientifiques. Cette édition contient aussi le "Traité sur le flux et reflux de la mer" par Daniel Bernoully, "De causa physica fluxus et refluxus maris" par Colin Maclaurin et "Inquisitio physica in causam fluxus et refluxus" d'Euler, trois ouvrages importants sur les marées et la gravité. Provenance : De la Bibliothèque des Jésuites de Jersey. Afin de créer à Jersey un instrument de travail de niveau scientifique à l’attention des jésuites chercheurs, le Père Descoqs eut l’idée ingénieuse de regrouper les bibliothèques d’anciens établissements jésuites, à savoir celles de Poitiers, du Collège de Vaugirard, de l’École Sainte-Geneviève, et de les intégrer à la bibliothèque de Jersey. Il ambitionnait de créer à Jersey une véritable « Bibliothèque Centrale » de la Province de Paris, en y regroupant tous les fonds de livres provenant justement de toutes ces maisons fermées, comme Vaugirard et Sainte-Geneviève, écoles qui formaient l'élite chrétienne. Dans les années 50, la Bibliothèque de Jersey servit de noyau initial à la célèbre Bibliothèque des Fontaines, à Chantilly. Bel et rare exemplaire de l'un des plus importants livres scientifiques jamais édités. Célèbre édition connue sous le nom de "Jesuit Edition", provenant de la non moins célèbre Bibliothèque des jésuites de Jersey. Gray 13 ; La Bibliothèque jésuite de Jersey. S. Moledina. 2002. Bookseller Inventory # img16164

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NEWTON (Isaac)

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Item Description: Genève, Barrillot et fils, 1739-1742., 1742. 3 vol. petit in-4°, demi-basane fauve jaspée, dos lisses ornés de paires de filets dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison en basane blonde, tranches jaspées de bleu. Reliure du début du XIXe s., 2 coiffes arrachées, accroc avec manque à une pièce de titre au niveau du mors. Titres en rouge et noir ornés d'une vignette gravée en taille-douce, XXXV pp., (1) p., 548 pp.; (4) ff., 422 pp., (1) f.; (4) ff., XXVIII-374 pp., (2) ff. blancs, VIII pp., pp. 375 à 703, plusieurs centaines de fig. gravées sur bois dans le texte. Rousseurs uniformes, raccommodage à la p. 183 du tome III, petits manques dans les marges des premiers ff. du tome I. Première édition des Principia avec le commentaire des pères François Jacquier et Thomas Le Seur, improprement appelée "édition des jésuites" (alors que les deux auteurs étaient minimes). Cette édition monumentale, dont le commentaire imprimé en bas de page est plus long que le texte de Newton proprement dit, est d'une importance capitale pour l'histoire de la propagation des théories newtoniennes en Europe. Les deux pères minimes y ont inséré des explications et des développements judicieux qui en firent l'édition de référence des Principia durant le XVIIIe s. C'est dans cette édition que d'Alembert lut les Principia. On sait par ailleurs que le père Jacquier aida la marquise du Châtelet pour sa traduction française des Principia. Elle comprend en outre trois traités complémentaires sur les phénomènes des marées insérés à la fin du tome III : le Traité sur le flux et reflux de la mer (par Daniel Bernoully), le De causa physica fluxus et refluxus maris (par D. Mac Laurin) et l'Inquisitio physica in causam fluxus ac refluxus maris (par D. Euler). Gray, 11; Graesse IV, 663. Bookseller Inventory # 18334

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Newton, Isaac

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Item Description: Barrillot & Filii, Geneva, 1739. Cream hardback vellum covers. 'Jesuit' Edition. 260mm x 200mm (10" x 8"). xxxvi, 548pp; 424pp; xxviii, 374pp; viii, 229pp. Three volumes in four. Published 1739 - 1742. G : in Good condition without dust jackets. Covers rubbed with some wear and loss to vellum. Some darkening and occasional foxing and marks. New eps. Bookseller Inventory # j1513b

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Item Description: Glasguae A. et J.M. Duncan 1822, 1822. xxx, 431 pp., 320 pp.; xxxvi, 344 pp.; vi, 203 pp., lex. 8°, Contemporary whole-leather with two red labels and gilded framing on the spine; owners-shelf-label. Marble edge. Binding slightly scratched. Title and sometimes pages stamped and ensured with owners-signatures. Pages here and there soiled and flecked. Handwritten comments with pencil on the board-papers. But in a very good condition. Book Language/s: la. Bookseller Inventory # A13858

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Philosophiae naturalis, Principia mathematica: NEWTON, Isaac

NEWTON, Isaac

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Item Description: Coloniae Allobrogum, Cl. & Ant. Philibert, Genève, 1760. Couverture rigide. Book Condition: Bon. Pleine basane de l'époque, dos à cinq nerfs orné et doré, manquent une pièce de titre et une pièce de tomaison, tranches rouges. Sans les gardes volantes. Trois volumes in quarto (235x188 mm), xxxii-548 / (8)-422-(2 bl.) / (8)-xxviii-[1]-376; [375-]536; viii [recte vi], [537]-703 pages Reliures frottées, coiffes et coins usés. Corps d'ouvrage frais malgré quelques cahiers roussis et traces de mouillures marginales sur quelques feuillets. Les Principia de Newton sont considérés comme l'ouvrage le plus important de l'histoire des science. Seconde édition dite "des jésuites", basée sur l'édition de 1739-1742, avec quelques corrections et les modifications apportées au texte. Cette édition est estimée pour les commentaires abondants apportés par ses rédacteurs, Le Seur et Jacquier. Il contient également dans le volume trois, des travaux importants, qui ont reçu le prix de l'Académie française en 1724 pour résoudre le problème du mouvement des marées par la théorie de la gravité : - Traité sur le flux et reflux de la Mer par Daniel Bernoulli (pages 133-246 ). - Causa de Physica Fluxus et Refluxus Maris par Colin Maclaurin (pages 247-282.). - Inquisitio Physica dans Causam Fluxus ac Refluxus Maris par Léonard Euler (pages 283-374). Ces travaux représentent tout ce qui a été fait sur la théorie des marées entre la publication des Principia de Newton et les travaux de Laplace. (Babson catalogue). Réédité cinq fois, l'édition jésuite a tellement dominé le marché qu'aucune autre édition latine des Principia n'a été publiée entre la troisième édition de 1726 et celle de Koyré et Cohen en 1972. PMM [161. Pour l'édition originale : "The principia is generally described as the greatest work in the history of science"] __________________________________________________________________ _________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________ _ Contemporary full sheep, spine gilt in six compartments, lacking two lettering pieces, red edges. Without free endpapers. Three 4to (235x188 mm), xxxii-548 / (8)-422-(2 bl.) / (8)-xxviii-[1]-376; [375-]536; viii [recte vi], [537]-703 pages Bindings rubbed, caps and corners worn. Fresh copy with only some pages age tonning and with few light waterstains Second 'jesuit' edition of the principia. PMM [161. Pour l'édition originale : "The principia is generally described as the greatest work in the history of science"] In quarto / 4to 3600g. Bookseller Inventory # B1536

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Newton, Isaac

Published by Geroge Brookman, Glasgow Scotland (1833)

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Item Description: Geroge Brookman, Glasgow Scotland, 1833. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Two volume set. Sir Isaac Newton (on title page Isaaco Newtono). Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica Perpetuis Commentariis Illustrata. Communi Studio PP. Thomae Le Seur et Francisci Jacquier, Ex Gallicana Minimorum Familia, Math, Proff. Editio Nova, Summa Cura Recensita. Galsguae: Excudit Georgious Brookman; Imprensis T. T. et J. Tegg, Londini; et R. Griffin et Soc., Glasguae. MDCCCXXXIII (1833). brick colored cloth spines with marbled paper over boards, lavender marble endpages front and rear of both volumes. corners of books a bit worn. gilt lettering on spines. 752, 341 & 202 pages plus index. Volume One plus Volume Two in two parts bound together. shipping will be extra for this set, please inquire. text is in Latin. internally the text is in near fine condition. Size: 6 1/2 x 10 ". Two Volume Set. Bookseller Inventory # 68771

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Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica [ Mathematical Principles: Newton, Sir Isaac

Newton, Sir Isaac

Published by Ex Prelo Academico, Typis Andreae Et Joannis M. Duncan, Glasguae (Glasgow) (1822)

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Item Description: Ex Prelo Academico, Typis Andreae Et Joannis M. Duncan, Glasguae (Glasgow), 1822. Full calf. Book Condition: Near Fine. First Printing. First Printing. 4 volumes bound in 2. Vol 1: [iii]-xxx, [1 - index capitum], [1-blank], [1]-431 pp ; Vol 2: [6], [1]-320 pages; Vol 3: [12], [ix]-xxxvi, [1]-344 pages. Vol 4: [4], [iii]-vi, [1]-202 pages. Complete. Short closed tear at the base of page 202, volume 4. Modern tan calf with spine in 6 compartments, raised bands with red and black labels and gilt decorations, simple gold borders on front and rear panels, and edge decorations. Presents very nicely on the shelf. Full calf. The first Glasgow re-issue of the 1739 Jesuits' edition, edited by John Martin Frederick Wright. The first Jesuits' edition was published in Geneva in 1739-1742 and the second in 1760. These so-called Jesuits' editions (so-called because the editors were really Minims) are valued because of their copious commentary, and also because they contain additional works by Bernoully, Maclarin, and Euler which represent all that was done on the theory of tides between the publication of Newton's Principia and the investigations of Laplace. (see Babson 30, Babson 32, Gray 17, and Wallis 17). Bookseller Inventory # 15766

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Newton (Sir Isaac)

Published by Glasgow: George Brookman for T.T. and J. Tegg London and R. Griffin Glasgow (1833)

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Item Description: Glasgow: George Brookman for T.T. and J. Tegg London and R. Griffin Glasgow, 1833. 2 vols., diagrams in text, minor foxing, pp. xxx, [ii], 752; xxxvi, 204, [1], Royal 8vo, uncut in the original cloth backed boards, printed paper labels on spines, labels browned and a little chipped, spines slightly faded, minor wear to extremities, stamp of Charles Barker on the labels, blind stamp of a Dublin bookseller on titles, good. 'This second and last of the Glasgow editions was the last and best of the so-called Jesuits' edition. It was edited by John M.F. Wright of Trinity College, Cambridge . It redounds to the credit of Glasgow University to have needed a complete edition of the Principia, when Cambridge was satisfied with reprints of the first three sections of the first book' (Babson). Scarce. (Babson 33; Wallis 18). Bookseller Inventory # 53178

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Newton, Isaac

Published by Andrew and John M. Duncan, Glasgow (1822)

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Item Description: Andrew and John M. Duncan, Glasgow, 1822. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good+. 4vols. Pp xxx, (ii), 431; (iv), 320; xxxvi, 344; vi, 203. Full calf, raised bands with contrasting title labels. All boards with border ruled gilt. Significant browning to the prelims (front and back) including title pages. Occasional scattered foxing more generally. Binding a little rubbed and marked, though entirely sound with no hint of defect to the hinges. A handsome copy, appropriately bound. Postage at cost. Bookseller Inventory # 04374

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Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica [The Mathematical Principles: Newtono, Isaaco [Isaac

Newtono, Isaaco [Isaac Newton] ed. John Wright.

Published by Glasguae: Et Prelo Academio, Typis Andreae et Joannis M Duncan, Glasgow. (1822)

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Item Description: Glasguae: Et Prelo Academio, Typis Andreae et Joannis M Duncan, Glasgow., 1822. Hardback. Casing is edgeworn and scuffed to boards and corners bumped, spines bright and tight. Pale foxing spots throughout. Pages crisp. Bookplates of E N de C Andrade (Edward Neville da Costa Andrade FRS was an English physicist, writer and poet) on front free endpaper of Volume 1 and bookplate of Sir George Prevost, 1st Baronet (Governor of Nova Scotia and Governor General of The Canadas) on pastedown of all volumes. An important edition with significant associations. xxx + 431 pp: 320 pp: 344 pp: 203 pp 4 volumes quarter dark blue calf with thick grey card boards (original?). Spine has 6 compartments defined by blind lining, blind motif in 4 of the compartments and gilt title and volume number in the other 2. Deckled page edges. Illustrated with many diagrams. Purchased by Heffer's Cambridge after the death of Andrade. Editio Nova. First Glasgow reissue of the 3rd Jesuit edition. Bookseller Inventory # 40915

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Newton, Isaac:

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Item Description: A. u. J. Duncan, Glasgow, 1822. Spätere Halbleinenbände. Gr.-8°. Editio nova. 4 Bände. Glasgow, A. u. J. Duncan, 1822. Gr.-8°. XXX S, (1) Bl., 431 S.; (8), 320 S.; (6), XXXVI, 344 S.; (4), VI, 203 S. Spätere Halbleinenbände. Brunet IV, 49. - Babson 32. - Gray 12f. - Wallis 17. - "First Glasgow reissue of the Jesuits edition . ed. by M.F. Wright. It redounds to the credit of Glasgow University to have needed a complete edition of the Principia, when Cambridge was satisfied with reprints of the first three sections of the first book" (Babson). - Papier unbeschnitten. Angestaubt und stockfleckig. Einbände berieben und bestossen. Bookseller Inventory # 2917DB

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Newton, Isaac, Sir 1642 to 1727 / Halley, Edmund / Text is Only in LATIN

Published by Gran Bretaña Londres : Londini : Jussu Societatis Regiae ac typis Josephi Streater, prostant venales apud Sam. Smith 1687, A Bound / Flex Cover / REPRINT (1687)

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Item Description: Gran Bretaña Londres : Londini : Jussu Societatis Regiae ac typis Josephi Streater, prostant venales apud Sam. Smith 1687, A Bound / Flex Cover / REPRINT, 1687. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Fully Illustrated (illustrator). Clean and Unmarked Text. 500 pages. Paper / Soft cover reprint edition in very good or better condition, slight wear to edges. Overall good copy of this scarce title. Excellent read. A good book to enjoy and keep on hand. Or would make a great gift for the fan / reader in your life. Archival reprint. Modern Reprint. Facsimile Bound Reprint Edition, Clean and Unmarked Text. Limited edition of 100 copies. Size: Facsimile Bound Reprint Edition. Mathematics / History. Bookseller Inventory # 5024369

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Sir Isaac Newton / 1642 to 1727 / TEXT IS ONLY IN LATIN

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Item Description: Londini 1687 / Jussu Societatis Regiae ac typis Josephi Streater, prostant venales apud Sam. Smith, A Bound / Flex Cover / REPRINT, 1687. Soft Cover / Cloth Binding. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Illus with b/w Drawings (illustrator). Modern Edition. 510 pages. Paper / Soft cover reprint edition in very good condition, slight wear to edges. Glossy card covers with cloth spine. Archival reprint / replica of original edition. Privately published. Overall good copy of this scarce title. Excellent read. A good book to enjoy and keep on hand. Or would make a great gift for the fan / reader in your life. Limited Edition, no. 78 of 150 copies. Replica of antique book. Size: Early Mathematics / Natural Philosophy. Early Science / History. Bookseller Inventory # 5029581

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Isaac Newton

Published by De Gruyter, Germany (2011)

ISBN 10: 3110161052 ISBN 13: 9783110161052

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Item Description: De Gruyter, Germany, 2011. Hardback. Book Condition: New. 284 x 224 mm. Language: German . Brand New Book. Isaac Newton s Mathematical Principles (1687) is one of the most important science classics. With it, Newton despatched received physics and established the foundation for the classical mechanics which we refer to as Newtonian physics. This volume presents a new German translation of the Principia . The widely divergent texts of the first, second and third editions are reproduced, together with Newton s hand-written addenda and his commentary on a number of important passages. Consideration is also given to translation of contemporary reviews of the Principia , including those by such important writers as John Locke and Christian Wolff. This edition enables the reader to follow the genesis of the Principia and provides a guide to the study of this famous work. Bookseller Inventory # LIB9783110161052

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NEWTON, Isaac; KOYRE, Alexandre; COHEN, I. Bernard; WHITMAN, Anne (eds.)

Published by Harvard University Press, (Cambridge, Massachusetts) (1972)

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Item Description: Harvard University Press, (Cambridge, Massachusetts), 1972. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 3 vols.; Vol. 1: xl, 547; Vol. 2: 548-916; Intro: xxviii, 380 p. 29 cm. 16 plates. Black cloth hardcovers with silver lettering on spines. Introduction has brown dustjacket with black lettering while other volumes have green dustjackets with black and white lettering. Wrapped in mylar. Lower edges of text block mildly soiled. A photographic reprint of the third edition with the variant readings of the seven other texts at the bottom of each page. Presents variants in editions 1685, 1687, 1726, as well as intervening stages of development. Appendices, bibliography and name index. Volume III is Cohen's detailed introduction, with much information on the history of the text, various printings and critical reception. Bookseller Inventory # 2995

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NEWTON, Isaac

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Item Description: Harvard University Press, Cambridge, 1972. hardcover. Book Condition: near fine. Dust Jacket Condition: very good(+). Third edition of Newton's masterpiece."The most influential scientific publication of the 17th century." -Horblit. "The Principia is generally described as the greatest work in the history of science. Copernicus, Galileo, and Kepler had certainly shown the way; but where they described the phenomena they observed, Newton explained the underlying universal laws. The Principia provided the great synthesis of the cosmos, proving finally its physical unity. Newton showed that the important and dramatic aspects of nature that were subject to the universal law of gravitation could be explained in mathematical terms within a single physical theory. It was this grand conception that produced a general revolution in human thought, equalled perhaps only by that following Darwin's Origin of Species." -PMM. Reprint of the third edition (1726) with Variant Readings. Edited by Alexandre Koyre and I. Bernard Cohen & Anne Whitman. 2 volumes. Illustrated with hundreds of in-text diagrams. 4to, black cloth, d.w. A near fine copy but for a sloppily removed label on the inside front cover. Bookseller Inventory # 223272

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Item Description: Leipzig, Grosse & Gleditsch, 1742. 4to. Contemp. full vellum. Faint handwritten title on spine. Two small stamps on titlepage. In: "Nova Acta Eruditorum Anno MDCCXLII". Occassional brownspotting. The entire volume offered. (4), 720, (33) pp + 6 engraved plates]. First edition of the 1742-edition of Nova Acta Eruditorum which are including two reviews of Voltaire and one of Newton's Principia. Bookseller Inventory # 46015

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Ed Dellian

Published by Academia Richarz Verlag Sankt Augustin, Sankt Augustin (2007)

ISBN 10: 3896654225 ISBN 13: 9783896654229

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Item Description: Academia Richarz Verlag Sankt Augustin, Sankt Augustin, 2007. Softcover. Book Condition: gut. 2007. Isaac Newton. Mathematische Grundlagen der Naturphilosophie: Philosophiae naturalis. Principia mathematica von Ed Dellian In deutscher Sprache. 210 pages. Bookseller Inventory # BN24929

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