# 1833 Isaac Newton PRINCIPIA Science Mathematics Astronomy Scottish Jesuit ed

*“I can calculate the motion of heavenly bodies but not the madness of people.” *

*― *Isaac Newton

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*A very rare printing of Isaac Newton’s famous ‘Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica’ or simply, ‘Principia’. ‘Principia’ was first published in 1687 and lists some of Newton’s most important work and discoveries including his laws of motion, law of gravity, and supports Kepler’s laws of planetary motion. Newton also gives commentary on his observations of comets, the motion of the moon, and other celestial bodies. Because of these astronomical discoveries, ‘Principia’ is considered *__“one of the most important works in the history of science.__*” *(Steele)

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*This second, and last, Glasgow edition was the final and best Jesuit edition. The Glasgow University sought a more complete edition of ‘Principia’ than that which had been done by Cambridge, an edition that had multiple printings, which the Scots were not pleased with. *(Babson).

*This two-volume set includes in-text illustrations of mathematics problems, astronomy examples, and geometric figures.*

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**1833 Isaac Newton PRINCIPIA Science Mathematics Astronomy Scottish Jesuit ed**

* *

*“I can calculate the motion of heavenly bodies but not the madness of people.” *

*― *Isaac Newton

* *

*A very rare printing of Isaac Newton’s famous ‘Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica’ or simply, ‘Principia’. ‘Principia’ was first published in 1687 and lists some of Newton’s most important work and discoveries including his laws of motion, law of gravity, and supports Kepler’s laws of planetary motion. Newton also gives commentary on his observations of comets, the motion of the moon, and other celestial bodies. Because of these astronomical discoveries, ‘Principia’ is considered *__“one of the most important works in the history of science.__*” *(Steele)

* *

*This second, and last, Glasgow edition was the final and best Jesuit edition. The Glasgow University sought a more complete edition of ‘Principia’ than that which had been done by Cambridge, an edition that had multiple printings, which the Scots were not pleased with. *(Babson).

*This two-volume set includes in-text illustrations of mathematics problems, astronomy examples, and geometric figures.*

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Item number: #1111

Price: $1500

NEWTON, Isaac

*Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica : Perpetuis commentariis illustrata *

Glasguae : Excudit Georgius Brookman ; Londini : Impensis T.T. et J. Tegg, 1833. Second edition.

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__Details__:

- Collation complete with all pages: 2 volume set
- Vol 1: [xxvii], [5], 752
*‘De Motu Corporum’*Liber Primus & Liber Secundus.

- Vol 2: [xxxvi], 341, [vi], 204, [2]
*Liber Tertius: de Mundi Systemate.*

- Binding: Leather; tight and secure
- References: Steele,
*Reading the Principia*; Babson 33; Wallis 18- Wallis & Babson call this printing ‘scarce’

- Language: Latin
- Size: ~9in X 6in (22.5cm x 15cm)

- Vol 1: [xxvii], [5], 752

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### Categories

Philosophy

Mathematics & Physics

Medicine & Science

### Authors

NEWTON, Isaac

### Printing Date

19th Century

### Language

Latin

### Binding

Leather

### Book Condition

Excellent

### Collation

Complete