Reference numberMS/64
TitleA commentary on Newton's 'Principia'
Date18th century
DescriptionBy Nicholas Fatio. With an introductory note in English by Dr James Johnstone about Fatio, his life, religious beliefs, death and dispersal of his books.
Extent1 volume, MS Large
NotesIncludes 2 flat boxes of negative images of MS/64, stored with MS Very Small (vol)
Access statusOpen
Related materialPhotographic copy (prints and negatives) next to original
Fellows associated with this archive
NA8414Newton; Sir; Isaac (1642 - 1727); natural philosopher and mathematician1642 - 1727
NA8422Fatio de Duillier; Nicolas (1664 - 1753); mathematician and natural philosopher1664 - 1753
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