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Letter, 'The publication of seventeen Latin tracts by Sir Isaac Newton' from Giovanni Francesco Mauro Melchiorreto Salvemini di Castiglione to Joseph de Montagny

Reference number: L&P/1/86

Date: 1742

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Concerning Mr Castiglione's method of Sir Isaac Newton's Binomial Theorem.

Subject: Physics

Read 6 May 1742.

Reference number
L&P/1/86
Earliest possible date
1742
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Ink on paper
Page extent
2 pages
Format
Manuscript

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Giovanni Francesco Mauro Melchiorre Salvemini di Castiglione

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Giovanni Francesco Mauro Melchiorre Salvemini di Castiglione, Letter, 'The publication of seventeen Latin tracts by Sir Isaac Newton' from Giovanni Francesco Mauro Melchiorreto Salvemini di Castiglione to Joseph de Montagny, 1742, L&P/1/86, The Royal Society Archives, London, https://makingscience.royalsociety.org/items/l-and-p_1_86/letter-the-publication-of-seventeen-latin-tracts-by-sir-isaac-newton-from-giovanni-francesco-mauro-melchiorreto-salvemini-di-castiglione-to-joseph-de-montagny, accessed on 01 March 2024

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