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Record ID 135357

**Library:** St Andrews University Library. **Register:** Library Receipt Book 1772-1776. (UYLY207-2) (1772-1776, Type: Student). **Page**: 354-355

Newton on the Quadaune of Curves

**Borrowed:** 1776/5/22 (Wednesday). **Returned:** 1776/7/3 (Wednesday). **Classmark:** J. . 12. **Original Returned Text:** Newton on the Quad.of Curves.

** John West ****Gender:** Male. **Life dates:** 1756-1817. **St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897:** https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1418216692. **Occupation (normalised):** Education > University Student.

Sir Isaac Newton (Male, born 1642-12-25, died 1727-3-20)**Genre:** Mathematics**Sir Isaac Newton's Two treatises of the Quadrature of curves, and analysis by Equations of an infinite Number of Terms, explained: containing The Treatises themselves, translated into English, with a large Commentary; in which the Demonstrations are supplied where wanting, the Doctrine illustrated, and the whole accommodated to the Capacities of Beginners, for whom it is chiefly designed. By John Stewart, A. M. Professor of Mathematicks in the Marishal College and University of Aberdeen.****Classmark:** J.1.12?.

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Sir Isaac Newton (Male, born 1642-12-25, died 1727-3-20)**Genre:** Mathematics**Sir Isaac Newton's Two treatises of the Quadrature of curves, and analysis by Equations of an infinite Number of Terms, explained: containing The Treatises themselves, translated into English, with a large Commentary; in which the Demonstrations are supplied where wanting, the Doctrine illustrated, and the whole accommodated to the Capacities of Beginners, for whom it is chiefly designed. By John Stewart, A. M. Professor of Mathematicks in the Marishal College and University of Aberdeen.****Language:** English . **Published:** London. **Date of publication:** 1745. **Format:** 4to. **Number of borrowings:** 2

**ESTC:** T18643

Sir Isaac Newton (Male, born 1642-12-25, died 1727-3-20)**Genre:** Mathematics**Two Treatises of the Quadrature of Curves, and Analysis by Equations of an Infinite Number of Terms, Explained**

**Borrowed:** 1776/5/22 (Wednesday). **Returned:** 1776/7/3 (Wednesday).

**Borrower:** ** John West **

**Author:** Sir Isaac Newton (Male, born 1642-12-25, died 1727-3-20), **Genre:** Mathematics

Record ID 151119

**Library:** St Andrews University Library. **Register:** Library Receipt Book 1776-1779. (UYLY207-3) (1776-1779, Type: Student). **Page**: 203

Newton's Quad. of Curves

**Borrowed:** 1778/12/9 (Wednesday). **Returned:** 1778/12/14 (Monday). **Original Returned Text:** N. Quad. of Curves.

** John West ****Gender:** Male. **Life dates:** 1756-1817. **St Andrews Biographical Register, 1747-1897:** https://arts.st-andrews.ac.uk/biographical-register/data/documents/1418216692. **Occupation (normalised):** Education > University Student.

Sir Isaac Newton (Male, born 1642-12-25, died 1727-3-20)**Genre:** Mathematics**Sir Isaac Newton's Two treatises of the Quadrature of curves, and analysis by Equations of an infinite Number of Terms, explained: containing The Treatises themselves, translated into English, with a large Commentary; in which the Demonstrations are supplied where wanting, the Doctrine illustrated, and the whole accommodated to the Capacities of Beginners, for whom it is chiefly designed. By John Stewart, A. M. Professor of Mathematicks in the Marishal College and University of Aberdeen.****Classmark:** J.1.12?.

**Confidence level: **Certain

Sir Isaac Newton (Male, born 1642-12-25, died 1727-3-20)**Genre:** Mathematics**Language:** English . **Published:** London. **Date of publication:** 1745. **Format:** 4to. **Number of borrowings:** 2

**ESTC:** T18643

Sir Isaac Newton (Male, born 1642-12-25, died 1727-3-20)**Genre:** Mathematics**Two Treatises of the Quadrature of Curves, and Analysis by Equations of an Infinite Number of Terms, Explained**

**Borrowed:** 1778/12/9 (Wednesday). **Returned:** 1778/12/14 (Monday).

**Borrower:** ** John West **

**Author:** Sir Isaac Newton (Male, born 1642-12-25, died 1727-3-20), **Genre:** Mathematics