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William Croone presents his theory of moving bodies and the results of their actions on each other. Includes diagrams within the text.

Subject: Mechanics

Read to the Royal Society on 21 January 1669.

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William Croone

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William Croone, Paper, on motion by [William] Croone, 1668, CLP/3i/44, The Royal Society Archives, London,, accessed on 23 July 2024

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