Format Books
Contributors Newton, Isaac
Dates 1687
Language Latin
Subjects Celestial Mechanics
Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica.
Contributor Names
Newton, Isaac, 1642-1727.
Created / Published
Londini, Jussu Societatis Regiæ ac Typis Josephi Streater. Prostat apud plures Bibliopolas. Anno 1687.
Subject Headings
-  Mechanics
-  Celestial mechanics
-  Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
-  Signatures: [A]-Z⁴, (H₂ lettered G₂), Aa-Zz⁴, ***⁴, Aaa-Ooo⁴.
-  The second and third books were apparently printed by different printers as indicated by the different type in the headings and the break in paging between the two books.
-  Imperfect: folded plate wanting. Sig. Fff reinforced with crepeline and badly discolored. DLC
-  "E libris Collegii Episcopalis a Societate de propagando apud exteros evangelio prope Calcuttam fundati."
4 p.l., 383, 400-510 p., 1 l. fold. pl., diagrs. 25 cm.
Call Number
QA803 .A2 1687
Digital Id
Library of Congress Catalog Number

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