A Bernstein property of solutions to a class of prescribed by McCoy J. A.

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Quot; There was to suppose that our author good reason is a diligent and that in conjunction student of the writings of Jacob Behmen with a relative, Dr. Newton, he was busily engaged, for several ; months in the earlier part tincture. " Great of Alchymist," scribes the character of quest of the philosopher s however, very imperfectly de life, in Behmen, whose researches into things material and things spiritual, things human and things divine, aiford the strongest evidence of a great and original mind.

February, 3. one Mr. Newton I ; : other very learned books and tracts, he s written one upon the mathe matical principles of philosophy, which has given him a mighty name, he having received, especially from Scotland, abundance of congratulatory letters for the same but of all the books he ever ; wrote, there was one of colours and light, established upon thou sands of experiments which he had been twenty years of making, and which had cost him many hundreds of pounds. This book which he vaiued so much, and which was so much talked of, had the ill luck to perish, and be utterly lost just when the learned author was almost at pitting a conclusion at the same, after this In a winter s morning, leaving it among his other papers manner : on his study table while he went to chapel, the candle, which he had unfortunately left burning there, too, catched hold by some means of other papers, and they fired the aforesaid book, and ut consumed it and several other valuable writings arid which most wonderful did no further mischief.

In Newton retained his Professorship at Cambridge till 1703. But he had, on receiving the appointment of Master of the Mint, in 1699, made Mr. Whiston his deputy, with all the emoluments of the office and, on finally resigning, procured his nomination to ; the vacant Chair. John Bernouilli proposed to the most distin of Europe two problems for solution. mathematicians guished Leibnitz, admiring the beauty of one of them, requested the time In January 1697, for solving it to be extended to twelve months twice the period readily granted.

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