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2576. | Books just publish'd |

2577. | The Second Book of Opticks. Part II (1704) |

2578. | Definitiones (1726) |

2579. | Chapter 6: 'The Long-Lost Truth.' |

2580. | An Extract of Mr Isaac Newton's Letter … concerning the Number of Colors |

2581. | Correspondence (late 1727) between John Conduitt and Alexander Pope concerning the (posthumous) dedication to Queen Caroline of Newton's |

2582. | Part I, Chapter XII: Of the Prophecy of the Scripture of Truth |

2583. | Book I: Chapter 24 |

2584. | Book I: Chapter 32 |

2585. | 'Draught of an Act for y |

2586. | Introduction |

2587. | Lecture III |

2588. | Definitiones (1713) |

2589. | Axiomata Sive Leges Motus (1726) |

2590. | Chapter XVI |

2591. | Appendix 3 |

2592. | De Motu Corporum (Liber Secundus) (1713) |

2593. | Sermon 7: Acts XIV. v. 15, &c. |

2594. | 'Preparatio mercurii ad lapidem per regulam et lunam, ex MSS. Phil[oponi] Phi[lalethis] Americani' |

2595. | De Motu Corporum (Liber Primus) (1687) |

2596. | The Fifth Dialogue |

2597. | Lecture V |

2598. | A second Letter of P. Pardies |

2599. | The First Dialogue |

2600. | Part I, Chapter IV: Of the vision of the four Beasts |

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^{[1]}
The Fourth Dialogue [*Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies*, Vol. 2 (1739)]
*Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies*, Vol. 1 (1739)
Dialogue III [*Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies*, Vol. 1 (1739)]

^{[2]}
The Second Book of Opticks. Part III (1704) [*Opticks* (1704)]
*Opticks* (1704)
The Second Book of Opticks. Part I (1704) [*Opticks* (1704)]

^{[3]}
Axiomata Sive Leges Motus (1726) [*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1726)]
*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1726)
Front Matter to the Principia (1726) [*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1726)]

^{[4]}
Chapter 7: 'Much Greater, Than Commonly Imagined.' [*The Curious Itinerary* (2002)]
*The Curious Itinerary* (2002)
Chapter 5: 'The Curious Itinerary.' [*The Curious Itinerary* (2002)]

^{[5]} 4pp.

^{[6]}

in English

^{[7]}
An answer (to the former Letter) … by the same Parisian Philosopher [*Philosophical Transactions* 97 (6 October 1673)]
An Extract of a Letter lately written by an ingenious person from Paris [Christiaan Huygens] [*Philosophical Transactions* 96 (21 July 1673)]

^{[8]}

Section 3 printed in Brewster (1855), 2: 521-2.

^{[9]}

(1) Conduitt to Pope, a draft letter in Conduitt's hand submitting the dedication to Pope for criticism.

(2) The dedication, in Conduitt's hand, 8 pp.

(3) Pope to Conduitt, a letter, 5 pp., Twickenham, 10 Nov. 1727, with criticisms and revisions of the dedication.

(4) French translation of the dedication (not in Conduitt's hand), 6 pp.

(5) The 'Chronology': printers rough proof of sheets 'A' and 'a,' containing the title, dedication (corrected in Conduitt's hand), etc.

^{[10]}
Part I, Chapter XIII: Of the King who did according to his will, and magnified himself above every God, and honoured Mahuzzims, and regarded not the desire of women [*Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel* (1733)]
*Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel* (1733)
Part I, Chapter XI: Of the Times of the Birth and Passion of Christ [*Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel* (1733)]

^{[11]}
Book I: Chapter 25 [*Treatise on Christian Doctrine*, Vol. 2 (1825)]
*Treatise on Christian Doctrine*, Vol. 2 (1825)
Book I: Chapter 23 [*Treatise on Christian Doctrine*, Vol. 2 (1825)]

^{[12]}
Book I: Chapter 33 [*Treatise on Christian Doctrine*, Vol. 2 (1825)]
*Treatise on Christian Doctrine*, Vol. 2 (1825)
Book I: Chapter 31 [*Treatise on Christian Doctrine*, Vol. 2 (1825)]

^{[13]} 8 pp.

^{[14]}
Chapter 1: 'Standing on the Sholders of Giants.' [*The Curious Itinerary* (2002)]
*The Curious Itinerary* (2002)

^{[15]}
Lecture IV [*The Newtonian System ... familiarized* (1761)]
*The Newtonian System ... familiarized* (1761)
Lecture II [*The Newtonian System ... familiarized* (1761)]

^{[16]}
Axiomata Sive Leges Motus (1713) [*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1713)]
*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1713)
Front Matter to the Principia (1713) [*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1713)]

^{[17]}
De Motu Corporum (Liber Primus) (1726) [*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1726)]
*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1726)
Definitiones (1726) [*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1726)]

^{[18]}
Chapter XVII [*Memoirs of the Life of Newton*, Vol. 2 (1855)]
*Memoirs of the Life of Newton*, Vol. 2 (1855)
Chapter XV [*Memoirs of the Life of Newton*, Vol. 2 (1855)]

^{[19]}
Bibliography [*Faith, Medical Alchemy and Natural Philosophy* (1998)]
*Faith, Medical Alchemy and Natural Philosophy* (1998)
Appendix 2 [*Faith, Medical Alchemy and Natural Philosophy* (1998)]

^{[20]}
De Munde Systemate (Liber Tertius) (1713) [*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1713)]
*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1713)
De Motu Corporum (Liber Primus) (1713) [*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1713)]

^{[21]}
Sermon 8: Acts XIV. v. 15, &c. [*Folly and Unreasonableness of Atheism* (1693)]
*Folly and Unreasonableness of Atheism* (1693)
Sermon 6: Acts XIV. v. 15, &c. [*Folly and Unreasonableness of Atheism* (1693)]

^{[22]}

The text is also extant in another version (not in Newton's hand) in Ferguson Ms. 85 at Glasgow University and is printed in the anonymous *Enarratio methodum trium Gebri medicinarum* (London, 1678: H554). An English translation appears on pp. 183-8 of *Ripley Reviv'd* (also London, 1678: H1407) by 'Eirenæus Philalethes', another pseudonym of Starkey. Since Newton states in his title that his copy was taken from a manuscript source, it presumably predates these publications, both of which Newton subsequently acquired copies of.

^{[23]}

Notes on and excerpts from various works of 'Philoponus Philalethes', one of the pseudonyms of the American alchemist George Starkey, though Newton was almost certainly unaware of the author's true identity.

^{[24]} 6 pp. + 2 pp. blank

^{[25]}

in Latin with some English

^{[26]}
De Motu Corporum (Liber Secundus) (1687) [*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1687)]
*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1687)
Axiomata Sive Leges Motus (1687) [*Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica* (1687)]

^{[27]}
The Sixth Dialogue [*Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies*, Vol. 2 (1739)]
*Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies*, Vol. 2 (1739)
The Fourth Dialogue [*Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies*, Vol. 2 (1739)]

^{[28]}
Lecture VI [*The Newtonian System ... familiarized* (1761)]
*The Newtonian System ... familiarized* (1761)
Lecture IV [*The Newtonian System ... familiarized* (1761)]

^{[29]} 2pp.

^{[30]}

in Latin

^{[31]}
Mr. Newton's Answer to the foregoing Letter [of Ignace Pardies] [*Philosophical Transactions* 85 (15 July 1672)]
Letter to to Henry Oldenburg for Ignatius-Gaston Pardies, dated 10 June 1672 [EL/N1/40]
Mr Newtons Letter of April 13. 1672 … being an Answer to the fore-going Letter of P. Pardies [*Philosophical Transactions* 84 (17 June 1672)]

^{[32]}
Dialogue II [*Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies*, Vol. 1 (1739)]
*Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies*, Vol. 1 (1739)
Front Matter to Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies [*Newton's Philosophy Explain'd For the Use of the Ladies*, Vol. 1 (1739)]

^{[33]}
Part I, Chapter V: Of the Kingdoms represented by the feet of the Image composed of iron and clay [*Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel* (1733)]
*Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel* (1733)
Part I, Chapter III: Of the vision of the Image composed of four Metals [*Observations upon the Prophecies of Daniel* (1733)]