Isaac Newton, dated at Cambridge, to Henry Oldenburg

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                                Paper by Dr Sidnam May 15.76. is sent by him his 
Hypothesis explaining ye properties 
of light; as also his discourse about ye various 
colors exhibited by transparent substances made very 
thin by being blown into bubles or otherwise formed into 
plates, altho at a greater thicknes they appear very 
clear and color lesse.
In my letter accompanying these papers I imparted 
to Mr Newton ye particulars contained in M. Leibniz 
his letter to me May 12. 1676. from Paris M.N.

For Henry Oldenburg Esqr
at his house about y<sup>e<\sup> middle 
of y<sup>e<\sup> old Pal - mall
Westminster 
Rec.d. 12. May 1676
London 


                            
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Author
Isaac Newton
Reference
EL/N1/52
Series
EL
Date
1676
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Isaac Newton, dated at Cambridge, to Henry Oldenburg, 1676. From The Royal Society, EL/N1/52

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