A fair, candid, and impartial state of the case between Sir Isaac Newton and Mr. Hutchinson. : In which is shewn, how far a system of physics is capable of mathematical demonstration; how far Sir Isaac's, as such a system, has that demonstration; and consequently, what regard Mr. Hutchinson's claim may deserve to have paid it.

By George Horne ...
Oxford, : Printed at the Theatre for S. Parker ...: and sold by R. Baldwyn, in London; and Mess. Merrill, and Mathews, in Cambridge., 1753.
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[4], 76 p. ; 21 cm. (8vo)

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