July 30th 1672.


To yor last I sent you an answer out of Northamptonshire wch I p|h|ope you received & therefore shall not repeat ye particulars. Onely I add yt if Mr Gregory \yet/ expects my answer of his Problem I will work it & send it to you, though to yor selfe I beleive it will not be very gratefull. Yesterday I spoke wth a Bookseller here about ye translation of Kinkhuysen who upon my motion was willing to take it of {sic} of Mr Pitts his hand at 3lb, but he has not yet seen the Book. Varenius is newly out of Presse, a Copy of wch I send you by this Bearer John Stiles. And this Sr is all at present from yor humble

Yor humble

I. Newton

The Bookeseller desired me to acquaint you
that Vareni|n|ius will sold by Mr Martin if
any of your Friends desire it.



To his Honoured Friend
Mr John Collins at Mr William
Austin's house over against
the Adam & Eve in
Petty France in



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