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" Newton came from chapel, and had seen what was done, every one thought he would have run mad, he was so troubled thereat that he was not himself for a month after. "
History of natural philosophy from the earliest periods to the present day - 349. oldal
szerző: B. Powell - 1834
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The Monthly Review

1829
...papers being set fire to, he says, ' But when Mr. Newton came from chapel, and had seen what was done, every one thought he would have run mad, he was so...thereat, that he was not himself for a month after,'— Tramlation, p. 28. Biot shortly imputes puerile conduct to Newton, in respect to the Bill of Longitude;...

Chambers's Cyclopædia of English Literature: A History ..., 3-4. kötet

Robert Chambers - 1830
...that when the philosopher came borne, ' aud had seen what was done, every one thought he would Imve , and claim the little boon Which Providence assigns them. One alone, The redbrea Newton himself, writing on the 13th September 1C93 to Pepys, secretary to the Admiralty, says : 'I...

The Life of Sir Isaac Newton

David Brewster - 1831 - 323 oldal
...wonderful, did no further mischief. But when Mr. Newton came from chapel, and had seen what was done, every one thought he would have run mad, he was so...thereat that he was not himself for a month after. A long account of this his system of light and colours you may find in the Transactions of the Royal...

The Phrenological Journal and Miscellany, 7. kötet

1832
...papers being set fire to, he says, " But when Mr Newton came from chapel, and had seen what was done, every one thought he would have run mad ; he was so...thereat, that he was not himself for a month after." In a letter to Mr Pepys, dated 13th September 1693, copied by Dr Brewster in his recently published...

The Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffussion of Useful ..., 16. kötet

1840
...morning while Newton was at chapel, adding that ' when Newton had come back and seen what was done, every one thought he would have run mad ; he was so...thereat, that he was not himself for a month after.' Another version of the story is, that Newton left in his study a favourite dog, which overturned a...

Lives of eminent persons; consisting of Galileo, Kepler

Lives - 1833
...papers being set fire to, he says, " But when Mr. Newton came from chapel, and had seen what was done, every one thought he would have run mad, he was so...thereat, that he was not himself for a month after." From these details, it would appear that the mind of this great man was affected, either by excess...

Mechanics' Magazine, and Journal of the Mechanics' Institute, 1. kötet

1833
...papers being set fire to, he says, ' But when Mr. Newton came from chapel, and had seen what was done, every one thought he would have run mad : he was so...thereat, that he was not himself for a month after.' From these Review of tht " Library of Uitful Knowledge." details, it would appear that the mind of...

Lives of Eminent Persons

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1833 - 571 oldal
...papers being set fire to, he says, " But when Mr. Newton came from chapel, and had seen what was done, every one thought he would have run mad, he was so...thereat, that he was not himself for a month after." From these details, it would appear that the mind of this great man was affected, either by excess...

The Foreign Quarterly Review, 7. kötet;12. kötet

1833
...wonderful, did no further mischief. But when Mr. Newton came from chapel, and had seen what was done, every one thought he would have run mad, he was so...thereat, that he was not himself for a month after." — Dreuater, pp. 228, 229. This account agrees sufficiently with that of Huygens in its general features,...

Lives of Eminent Persons: Consisting of Galileo, Kepler, Newton, Mahomet ...

Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (Great Britain) - 1833 - 571 oldal
...being: set fire to, he says, " But when Mr. Newton came from chapel, and had seen what was done, eveiy one thought he would have run mad, he was so troubled...thereat, that he was not himself for a month after." From these details, it would appear that the mind of this great man was affected, either by excess...




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