A fair, candid, and impartial state of the case between Sir Isaac Newton and Mr. Hutchinson : in which is shewn how far a system of physics is capable of mathematical demonstration; how far Sir Isaac's, as such a system, has that demonstration; and consequently what regard Mr. Hutchinson's claim may deserve to have paid it /
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Author / Creator:  Horne, George, 17301792 

Imprint:  Oxford : S. Parker, 1753. 
Description:  76 p. ; 22 cm. 
Language:  English 
Subject:  Newton, Isaac,  16421727.  Principia Hutchinson, John,  16741737 Hutchinson, John,  16741737. Principia (Newton, Isaac) Mechanics, Analytic 
Format:  Print Book 
URL for this record:  http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/2534630 
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