Letters: Basel, to Sir Isaac Newton, 1719-1723.


Letters: Basel, to Sir Isaac Newton, 1719-1723.

3 A.L.s. in by Jean Bernoulli to Sir Isaac Newton, written July 5, 1719, Dec. 21, 1719, and Feb. 6, 1723 in Basel, with a long extract from the letter of July 10, 1719 in the hand of Newton.

3 letters ( 6 [2] leaves ); 23 x 14 , [30 x 18] cm.

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