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+ oo). those sequence are got from the truth that any bounded

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Samuel Clarke, Dr. Laughton, Roger and Dr. Cotes, Bentley the experimental lectures of Dr. Keill the early and powerful exertions of David and Desaguliers Gregory at Edinburgh, and of his brother James Gregory at St. Saunderson ; ; ; Andrew tended to diffuse widely in England and Scotland a knowledge of, and taste for the truths of the PRINCIPIA. s, become familiar to, and adopted by the general mind. Pemberton s popular View of Sir Isaac " and the year after s Philosophy" was published, in 1728 and of the translation an PRINCIPIA, System of the ward, English that since And period, the labours of World, by Andrew Motte.

Newton, in 2S LIFE OF SIR ISAAC NEWTON. dated June 30th, 16 Jl, narrates the following circum which stances, probably took place in the course of his optical ( his reply, Thus researches. I : The observation you mention in Mr. Boyle s once tried upon myself with the hazard of " manner was Book my of Colours The eyes. looked a very little while upon the sun in the with looking-glass my right eye, and then turned my eyes into a dark corner of my chamber, arid winked, to observe the impres this I ; sion made, and the circles of colours how they decayed by degrees, and which encompassed at last vanished.

It had translated remarkably wide circulation, and appeared, in several successive editions, both in England and on the Continent. There is displayed, particularly on this Opti cal Treatise, the author s talent for simplifying and communica It is a faculty rarely united to ting the profoundest speculations. Newton possessed both and thus that of the highest invention. ; that mental perfectness which enabled him to create, to combine, 47 LIFE OF SIR ISAAC NEWTON. and to teach, and so render himself, not the "ornament" cnly but inconceivably more, the pre-eminent benefactor of his species.