Lond June the 3d. 1714

May it please your Grace

The Letter wherewith you where pleased to honour the R. Soc., came too late to their hands that could not sooner return you their thanks for the same. It was read in a full meeting of the Society: And when ever any thing come before them which may be worth your Graces taking notice of, they will take Care to have it communicated. And in the mean time they have desired me to signify to your Grace how exceedingly you have obliged them. I am

your Graces most humble

and most obedient servant

Is: Newton P.R.S.

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Read June. 3.May 27 1714. Ent'd. LB. 15. 94. Ent'd. &    16. 84.       ____________   

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The Presidents
Letter to the
Duke D'Aumont
read June 3d 1714
to be Entered
in the Letter book

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