Reference numberMS/142
Previous numbersMS 142
TitleMemoirs of Sir Isaac Newton's Life. By William Stukeley
CreatorStukeley, William
DescriptionBiographical materials on Sir Isaac Newton, based upon Stukeley's personal knowledge of Newton as an older man in London and on reseearches into his early life in Lincolnshire. With original illustrations, including a portrait of Newton.

Bound in at the back is the following printed tract 'The life of Sir Isaac Newton with an Account of his Writings. London. J. Roberts, Oxford Arms in Warwick Lane, 1728'
Extent1 bound volume, 30 pages.
Access statusOpen
CopiesMicrofilm made 2004. Digital version 2006
URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Turning the Pages
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