Isaac Newton letter to Robert Hooke, 1675

Letter from Isaac Newton to Robert Hooke from early in their harried correspondence. Newton here accepts Hooke's invitation for a private correspondence and a sort of collaboration, noting that "what is done before many witnesses is seldom without some further concern than that for truth: b...

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Contributors: Newton, Isaac, 1642-1727 (Correspondent), Robert Hooke, 1635-1703 (Correspondent)
Collection:Simon Gratz autograph collection (#0250A)
Dimensions:19 x 30 cm
Box Number:Box 12/11
Folder Number:Folder 37
Format: Electronic
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