Catalogue Entry: THEM00165

Account of Newton's life before going to university

Author: John Conduitt

Source: Keynes Ms. 130.02, King's College, Cambridge, UK

[Normalized Text] [Diplomatic Text]

Sotheby Lot

SL212

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[2] or it

[3] or

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[7] or []

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[9] X

[10] where the {illeg} often fall

[11] which are luxury was carried {illeg}

[12] leave this out

[13] {illeg} angry with {illeg} for not {illeg} the name of the mother of {illeg} 5. b. Plut. p. 266

[14] Plutarch tells Cato's plays when a boy 443. 6. b

[15] or
& make all the wearisome offices of that painfull function a labour of Love – stet.

[16] stet

[17] or.
[not only urged the school boy to gain a compleat victory in this humble scene but was the first occasion of his exerting & improving those faculties which afterwards upon a higher Theater carried the Philosopher beyond all that had gone before him & far out of the reach of any competition]

[18] or

[19] amusement.

[20] is this not as well left out

[21] or
upon his taking more than his toll.

[22] Isaiah – c - 40 - v - 12 -

[23] giving directions

[24] or

[25] glimpses

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