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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 - 351. oldal
szerző: B. Powell - 1834 - 396 oldal
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History of Natural Philosophy from the Earliest Periods to the Present Time ...

Baden Powell - 1837 - 396 oldal
...of mind." His friend, Mr. Millington, in a letter (Sept. 1693) in reply to express enquiries ahout his state of mind, says, that his illness had left...described in terms expressive of absolute aberration of mind. This second-hand testimony, it must be observed, is the only one which mentions any actual...

The Penny Cyclopædia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge

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

The Family Library (Harper)., 26. kötet

1845
...Newton came from chapel, and had seen what was done, every one thought he would have run mad, he wa» so troubled 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 Cabinet Portrait Gallery of British Worthies, 9-12. kötet

1846
...twenty years. " When Mr. Newton came from chapel, and had seen what was done, everybody thought that he would have run mad ; he was so troubled thereat that he was not himself for a month after." Such phrases, reported, gave rise to a memorandum in the diary of the celebrated Huyghens (the first...

A History of the Royal Society, with Memoris of the Presidents, 1. kötet

Charles Richard Weld - 1848 - 527 oldal
...Proceedings of Astronomical Society, Vol. VII. p. 121. had seen what was done, everybody thought that he would have run mad ; he was so troubled thereat, that he was not himself for a month after. Such phrases reported, gave rise to a memorandum in the Diary of the celebrated Huyghens (the first...

A History of the Royal Society, with Memoris of the Presidents, 1. kötet

Charles Richard Weld - 1848 - 527 oldal
...Proceedings of Agronomical Society, Vol. TIT. p. 121. had seen what was done, everybody thought that he would have run mad; he was so troubled thereat, that he was not himself for a month after. Such phrases reported, gave rise to a memorandum in the Diary of the celebrated Huyghens (the first...

The Life of Sir Isaac Newton: Containing an Account of His Numerous ...

George Grant - 1849 - 311 oldal
...wonderful, did no further mischief. But when Mr. Newton came from chapel, and had seen what was clone, 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 Life of Sir Isaac Newton: Containing an Account of His Numerous ...

George Grant - 1849 - 311 oldal
...Mr. Newton came from chapel, and had seen what was done, every one thought he would have run mad, be was so troubled 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...

Correspondence of Sir Isaac Newton and Professor Cotes, Including Letters of ...

Isaac Newton, Joseph Edleston, Roger Cotes - 1850 - 316 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 & colours you may find in the Transactions of the Royal...

Correspondence of Sir Isaac Newton and Professor Cotes: Including Letters of ...

Isaac Newton - 1850 - 320 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 & colours you may find in the Transactions of the Royal...




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