Religious Books in Newton's Library

Based by kind permission of Cambridge University Press on John Harrison, The Library of Isaac Newton (Cambridge: CUP, 1978).

[H9]
Adams, Thomas. The happines of the Church. Or, A description of those spirituall prerogatives wherewith Christ hath endowed her ... (2 pts.)  8°, London, 1619.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.81

[H13]
Ado, Archbishop of Vienne. Adonis Viennensis Archiepiscopi, Breviarium chronicorum ab origine mundi ad sua usque tempora ... 1353.  8°, Basileæ, 1568.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.9(2)

[H28]
Allix, Peter. Remarks upon the ecclesiastical history of the antient churches of the Albigenses.  4°, London, 1692.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.21(2)

[H29]
__ Some remarks upon the ecclesiastical history of the ancient churches of Piedmont.  4°, London, 1690.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.21(1)

[H49]
An Answer to Several remarks upon Dr Henry More his Expositions of the Apocalypse and Daniel, as also upon his Apology. Written by S.E. Mennonite ...  4°, London, 1684.  ('Isaac Newton Donum Rndi Authoris' in Newton's hand on fly-leaf.) Tr/NQ.9.173

[H55]
Antoninus, Marcus Aurelius. Marci Antonini Imperatoris & philosophi, de vita sua libri XII. Græcè & Latinè ... Accessit Marini Proclus item Græcè & Latinè.  12°, Lugduni, 1626.  ('Is. Newton pret 1s' on fly-leaf.) Tr/Adv.e.1.13

[H68]
Apostolic Fathers. SS. Patrum qui temporibus Apostolicis floruerunt. Barnabæ, Clementis, Hermæ, Ignatii, Polycarpi opera edita et inedita, vera, & supposititia; unà cum Clementis, Ignatii, Polycarpi, actis atque martyriis.  J.B. Cotelerius ex MSS. codicibus eruit, ac correxit, versionibusque & notis illustravit ... Nova ed. ... Recensuit ... J. Clericus. (Greek & Latin.) 2 vols. F°, Antwerpiæ, 1700.  (Vol. 1 has p.238 turned up, pp.262, 322, 586-7 down, vol. 2 pp.18, 20-21, 24, 34, 37, 373 down, and a few other signs in both vols.) Tr/NQ.18.11 and 12

[H80]
Arnobius, Afer. Adversus gentes libri VII. Cum recensione viri celeberrimi, & integris omnium commentariis. Ed. novissima atque omnium accuratissima.  (4 pts.) 4°, Lugduni Batavorum, 1651.  (Pt 3, p.104 turned down and several other signs of dog-earing esp. in pt 1.) Tr/NQ.7.49

[H109]
Bacon, Francis. Opuscula varia posthuma, philosophica, civilia, et theologica, nunc primum edita. Cura & fide G. Rawley. Una cum nobilissimi auctoris vita.  8°, Londini, 1658.  (p.17 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.10.88

[H124]
Barrow, Isaac. A treatise of the Pope's supremacy. To which is added A discourse concerning the unity of the Church.  4°, London, 1680.  (Several signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.113

[H135]
Baxter, Richard. Gildas Salvianus; the reformed pastor. Shewing the nature of the pastoral work ...  8°, London, 1656.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.165

[H138]
__ A treatise of self-denyall.  4°, London, 1660.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.10.105

[H149]
Beger, Laurentius. Spicilegium antiquitatis sive Variarum ex antiquitate elegantiarum vel novis luminibus illustratarum.  F°, Coloniæ Brandenburgicæ, 1692.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.17.33

[H154]
Bellarminus, Robertus, Cardinal. The notes of the Church, as laid down by Cardinal Bellarmin; examined and confuted [by W. Sherlock, S. Freeman, S. Patrick, etc.].  4°, London, 1688.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.137

[H175]
Berosus the Chaldean. Antiquitatum libri V, cum commentariis J. Annij ...  8°, Wittebergæ, 1612.  (pp.26, 111, 115 turned up, p.37 down.) Tr/NQ.8.119

[H179]
Beveridge, William, Bishop of St Asaph. Institutionum chronologicarum libri II. Unà cum totidem arithmetices chronologicæ libellis. Ed. 2a, priori emendatior.  4°, Londini, 1705.  (p.179 turned up.) Tr/NQ.8.96

[H188]
[Bible.] The Holy Bible containing the Old Testament and the New ...  8°, London, 1660.  (Many signs of dog-earing; numerous notes and biblical references by Newton throughout and esp. in Daniel and Revelation. Presented to Trinity by John Cox, Fellow, July 1878 and said in a note attached to the volume, signed Joseph Cox, to have been given by Newton in his last illness to the woman who nursed him.) Tr/Adv.d.1.10(2)

[H195]
[Bible.] H Palaia Diaqhkh kata tous Ebdomhkonta. Vetus Testamentum Græcum ex versione Septuaginta interpretum, juxta exemplar Vaticanum Romæ editum.  (With In Sacra Biblia Græca ex versione LXX. interpretum scholia ...) (2 pts.) 8°, Londini, 1653.  (A closely written sheet of notes in Newton's hand pasted on fly-leaf, on Biblical studies, including a list of contents of various Bible codices, chiefly those at Cambridge.) Tr/NQ.7.79

[H196]
__ [Another copy of Pt 1]  ('Isaac Barrow' on fly-leaf with 2-line Greek quotation also in his hand.) Tr/NQ.7.80(1)

[H199]
[Bible.] H Kainh Diaqhkh. Novum Testamentum. Huic editioni omnia difficiliorum vocabulorum themata, quæ in G. Pasoris Lexico grammaticè resolvuntur, in margine apposuit C. Hoole.  12°, Londini, 1653.  ('Isaac Newton hujus libri verus est possessor. Pretium £-0 s-3 d-0, Aprilis 3 die An° Dni 1661.' on fly-leaf.) Tr/NQ.16.169

[H200]
[Bible.] Ths Kainhs Diaqhkhs apanta. Novi Testamenti libri omnes. Ed. nova accurata.  8°, Londini, 1653.  (Marginal notes by Barrow.) Tr/NQ.7.80(2)

[H216]
[Bible.] Biblia Sacra polyglotta, complectens textus originales ... edidit B. Waltonus.  6 vols. F°, Londini, 1655-7.  Commonly known as 'Walton's Polyglot Bible'.

[H230]
Blondel, David. Apologia pro sententia Hieronymi de episcopis et presbyteris.  4°, Amstelodami, 1646.  ('pret. 8s.' in Newton's hand on fly-leaf; a few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.178

[H231]
Bochart, Samuel. Geographia sacra, cujus pars prior Phaleg de dispersione gentium & terrarum divisione facta in ædificatione turris Babel; pars posterior Chanaan de coloniis & sermone Phœnicum agit ...  4°, Francofurti ad Moenum, 1681.  (Extensively dog-eared with 58 pages still turned and many other similar signs.) Tr/NQ.8.27

[H294]
Brerewood, Edward. Enquiries touching the diversity of languages and religions, through the chief parts of the world.  8°, London, 1674.  (p.156 turned up and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.55

[H312]
Burnet, Thomas. Archæologiæ philosophicæ: sive Doctrina antiqua de rerum originibus. Libri II.  4°, Londini, 1692.  (p.155 turned down, pp.158, 356 up and many other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.56

[H314]
__ De statu mortuorum et resurgentium liber. Accessit Epistola circa Libellum de archæologiis philosophicis.  4°, Londini, 1720.  ('Is. Newton Ex dono Dris Ri. Meade' in Newton's hand on fly-leaf; a specially bound presentation copy from a privately printed limited edition.) Tr/NQ.16.150c

[H315]
__ Telluris theoria sacra: orbis nostri originem & mutationes generales ...  2 vols. 4°, Londini, 1681-9.  ('Isaac Newton Ex dono Authoris' in Newton's hand on fly-leaf of vol. 1; a few signs of dog-earing in both vols.) Tr/NQ.16.150a and b

[H322]
Buxtorf, Johann. Lexicon Hebraicum et Chaldaicum complectens ... Ed. 3a ab auctore recognita.  8°, Basileæ, 1621.  ('Isaac Newton' on fly-leaf and on end-paper; pp.45, 237, 636 turned up, pp.164, 593 down.) Keynes Collection, King's College, Cambridge

[H323]
__ Synagoga Iudaica ... Addita est ... Iudæi cum Christiano disputatio de Messia nostro ... Ed. 3a ...  12°, Hanoviæ, 1622 

[H335]
Calvin, Jean. Institutio Christianæ religionis, in libros quatuor nunc primùm digesta ...  8°, [Geneva,] 1561.  ('Isaac Newton Trin. Coll. Cant 1661' on fly-leaf.) Tr/NQ.16.188

[H344]
Carion, Johannes. Chronicon Carionis, expositum et auctum, multis & veteribus, & recentibus historiis ... A P. Melancthone, & C. Pevcero. Postrema ed. ...  8°, Genevæ, [1625].  (pp.205, 549, 578, 590, 714, Index Tttii, v turned up, pp.323, 288, 396, 410, 552, 553, 711, 822, 851 down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.124

[H346]
Caryophilus, Blasius. Dissertationum miscellanearum pars prima ...  4°, Romæ, 1650.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.10.59

[H347]
Casali, Giovanni Baptista. De urbis ac Romani olim Imperii splendore opus eruditionibus, historiis, ac animadversionibus ... illustratum ...  F°, Romæ, 1718.  ('Is. Newton pret 11s.' on fly-leaf; p.98 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.15

[H354]
Causa Dei asserta per justitiam ejus, cum cæteris ejus perfectionbus, cunctisque actionibus conciliatam. [By G.W. von Leibniz.]  8°, Amstælodami, 1710.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.82(2)

[H376]
Chronicon Saxonicum. Ex MSS codicibus nunc primum integrum edidit, ac Latinum fecit E. Gibson.  4°, Oxonii, 1692.  (pp.76, 129 turned down and several other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.10.37

[H377]
Chrysostom, St John, Archbishop of Constantinople. Expositio perpetua in Novum Iesu Christi Testamentum Græcè ac Latinè ...  F°, [Heidelberg,] 1603.  ('Is. Newton pret 5s. 6d.' on front paste-down; 6-line Latin note by Newton on Chrysostom (probably written 1677-8) on slip of paper attached at end of book.) Tr/NQ.17.16

[H421]
Commentarius in Epistolam ad Hebræos. Cum indice rerum locorumque Scripturæ. [By J. Schlichting.]  8°, Racoviæ, 1634.  (pp.54, 314 turned up, p.318 down.) Tr/NQ.9.114(2)

[H428]
Confucius. Confucius Sinarum philosophus, sive Scientia Sinensis Latine exposita. Studia & opera P. Intorcetta [etc.].  (5 pts.) F°, Parisiis, [1686-]1687.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.16

[H444]
Cosin, John, Bishop of Durham. Historia transubstantiationis papalis. Cui præmittitur, atque opponitur, tùm S. Scripturæ, tùm Veterum Patrum, & Reformatarum Ecclesiarum doctrina Catholica ...  8°, Londini, 1675.  (Long note in Barrow's hand in margin of p.13; p.80 turned down.) Dr. Bertram A. Lowy, New York

[H458]
Crellius, Johannes. Commentarius in Epistolas Pauli Apostoli ad Thessalonicenses. Ex prælectionibus I. Crellii Franci conscriptus à P. Morskovio.  8°, Racoviæ, 1636.  (pp.32, 38 turned down.) Tr/NQ.9.114(1)

[H461]
Croesius, Gerardus. 'Omhros xvraios, sive Historia Hebræorum ab Homero Hebraicis nominibus ac sententiis conscripta in Odyssea & Iliade ... Vol. 1.  8°, Dordraci, 1704.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.18

[H466]
Cudworth, Ralph. A discourse concerning the true notion of the Lord's Supper ... 2nd ed.  8°, London, 1670.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.49

[H469]
Curcellaeus, Stephanus. Opera theologica, quorum pars præcipua Institutio religionis Christianæ.  F°, Amstelodami, 1675.  (pp.41, 885 turned up, 79 down, and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.46

[H476]
Cyril, St, Archbishop of Jerusalem. Opera, quæ reperiuntur. Ex variis bibliothecis, præcipue Vaticana, Græcè nunc primùm in lucem edita, cum Latina interpret. I. Grodecii. Plerisque in locis aucta & emendata,  studio & opera I. Prevotii. (With Synesii Episcopi Cyrenes opera quæ extant omnia. Nunc denuò Græcè et Latinè coniunctim edita. Interprete D. Petavio...) (2 pts.) F°, Lutetiæ Parisiorum, 1631.  ('pret lb 1. s 0. d 0.' in Newton's hand on fly-leaf; pt 2, p.220 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.48

[H482]
Daillé, Jean. A treatise concerning the right use of the Fathers, in the decision of the controversies that are at this day in religion ... [Transl.]  (2 pts.) 4°, London, 1675.  (Several signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.23

[H483]
Dale, Antonius van. Dissertationes de origine ac progressu idololatriæ et superstitionum: de vera ac falsa prophetia; uti et de divinationibus idololatricis Judæorum.  4°, Amstelodami, 1696.  (pp.81, 213 turned down, p.210 up and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.45

[H485]
Damasus I, Pope. Opera quæ extant et vita ex codicibus MSS. cum notis M.M. Sarazanii.  8°, Parisiis, 1672.  (Inscribed 'Is. Newton Donum Rndi amici D. Moor S.T.D.' [presumably Henry More] in Newton's hand on fly-leaf.) Sjögren Library, Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences, Stockholm

[H494]
De finibus virtutis Christianæ. The ends of Christian religion ... By R. S[harrock]. LL.D.  4°, Oxford, 1673.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.74

[H519]
Diogenes, Laertius. De vitis dogmatis et apophthegmatis ... libri X. T. Aldobrandino interprete, cum annotationibus eiusdem. Quibus accesserunt annotationes H. Stephani, & utriusque Casauboni; cum uberrimis Ægidii Menagii observationibus.  (Greek & Latin.) F°, Londini, 1664.  (Pt 2, p.146 turned down and up, and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.17.21

[H546]
Ecclesiastica historia, integram Ecclesiæ Christi ideam, quantum ad locum, propagationem, persecutionem, tranquillitatem ... secundum singulas centurias, perspicuo ordine complectens ...  Per aliquot studiosos & pios viros in Urbe Magdeburgica ... Centuriæ 1-13. 7 vols. F°, Basileæ, [1560-74].  ('pret. lb 2. s 15' in Newton's hand on fly-leaf of vol.1; considerable dog-earing in the set with 28 columns still turned up or down, and several other signs.) Tr/NQ.11.38 to 44

[H548]
A general ecclesiastical history from the Nativity of Our Blessed Saviour to the first establishment of Christianity by human laws ... 2nd ed.  2 vols. 8°, London, 1710.  (Vol. 2 has a few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.62 and 63

[H552]
Elmacinus, Georgius. Historia Saracenica ... a Muhammede ... usque ad initium imperij Atabacæi ... Latinè reddita operâ ac studio T. Erpenii. Accedit & R. Ximenez Historia Arabum ...  (2 pts.) F°, Lugduni Batavorum, 1625.  (On fly-leaf in Newton's hand: 'E libris Is. Newton 1680, Pret 9s, valet 25s'; on title-page, scored through: 'Trin: Coll. Cant. A° Dñi 1668. Ex dono Mgri Thomæ Gale huius Collegij Socij'; a few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.17.35

[H557]
Eniedinus, Georgius. Explicationes locorum Veteris & Novi Testamenti, ex quibus Trinitatis dogma stabiliri solet.  4°, [Groningen, 1670].  ('Is. Newton pret. 6s.' on fly-leaf.) Tr/NQ.8.23

[H571]
Essais de Théodicée sur la bonté de Dieu, la liberté de l'homme et l'origine du mal. [By G.W. von Leibniz.] 2 vols. in 1.  8°, Amsterdam, 1710.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.82(1)

[H589]
Eusebius Pamphili, Bishop of Caesarea. Hystoria ecclesiastica Eusebij Cesariensis per Magistrum G. Boussardam ...  8°, Parisiis, [1525].  ('Is. Newton pret 6d' on fly-leaf.) Tr/NQ.16.167

[H591]
__ Præparatio Evangelica. F. Vigerus ... recensuit, Latinè vertit, notis illustravit. Ed. Nova.  (Greek & Latin.) F°, Coloniæ, 1668.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.18.23

[H592]
__ Thesaurus temporum, chronicorum canonum omnimodæ historiæ libri II, interprete Hieronymo ... Opera ac studio J.J. Scaligeri ...Ed. 2a ...  F°, Amstelodami, 1658.  (Pt 2, p.7, pt 4, p.66, pt 5, p.160 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.17.25

[H601]
Fabricius, Johann Albert. Bibliographia antiquaria, sive Introductio in notitiam scriptorum ...  4°, Hamburgi, 1713.  (Title-page defective; p.291 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.10.64

[H602]
__ Bibliotheca Græca, sive Notitia scriptorum veterum Græcorum ... Græce & Latine, cum brevibus notis.  9 vols. in 10. 4°, Hamburgi, 1705-19.  (Vol. 1 has pp.154, 157, 475 turned down, p.371 up, and several other signs of dog-earing; vol. 4 has p.255 turned down.) Tr/NQ.8.8 to 17

[H609]
Feguernekinus, Isaacus L. Enchiridii locorum communium theologicorum, rerum, exemplorum, atq; phrasium sacrarum ... Ed. 5a.  8°, Basileæ, 1604.  (Wants title-page; 'Isaac Newton Trin Coll: Cant: 1661' on blank opposite p.1.) Tr/NQ.10.151

[H629]
Fox Morcillo, Sebastian. De naturæ philosophia, seu de Platonis, & Aristotelis consensione, libri V ...  8°, Parisiis, 1560.  ('Isaac Newton Trin: Coll: Cant: 1661' on verso of title-page; presented to Trinity by John Laughton, Librarian 1679-86.) Tr/Adv.d.1.13

[H662]
Gellius, Aulus. Noctium Atticarum. Libri XIX ...  8°, [Argentinæ, 1521].  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.72

[H682]
Grandami, Jacques. Chronologia Christiana de Christo nato et rebus gestis ante et post eius Nativitatem. Ed. 2a.  3 vols. in 1. 4°, Parisiis, 1668.  (Vol.3, p.180 turned down and several other signs of dog-earing esp. in vol.1.) Tr/NQ.10.8

[H701]
Gregory I, Pope, St, the Great. Opera omnia ... Studio & labore Monachorum Ordinis Sancti Benedicti, è Congregatione Sancti Mauri.  4 vols. F°, Parisiis, 1705.  (Vol.2, col. 501 turned down, col. 1244 up, and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.18.32 to 35

[H702]
Gregory, St, Bishop of Nyssa. Opera. Nunc denuo correctius et accuratius edita, aucta, & notis ... ornata...  (Greek & Latin.) 3 vols. F°, Parisiis, 1638.  (Vol.3 has p.281 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.17.22 to 24

[H715]
Gretton, Phillips. A vindication of the doctrines of the Church of England, in opposition to those of Rome ...  8°, London, 1725.  (p.218 turned up, pp.239, 253 turned down.) Tr/NQ.8.94

[H718]
Groningius, Johannes. Bibliotheca universalis. Seu Codex operum variorum ...  (6 pts.) 8°, Hamburgi, 1701.  (Newton added 'omnia' in the margin of pt 6, p.115, line 4, to follow the printed word 'corpora'; pt 6, p.73 turned up and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.89

[H742]
Harris, John. Remarks on some late papers, relating to the universal deluge: and to the natural history of the earth.  8°, London, 1697.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.72

[H750]
Heliodorus, Emesenus, Bishop of Tricca. Æthiopicorum libri X ... cura et labore D. Parei.  (Greek & Latin.) 8°, Francofurti, 1631.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.14

[H755]
Herbelot, Barthélemy d'. Bibliothèque orientale, ou Dictionaire universel contenant généralement tout ce qui regarde la connoissance des peuples de l'Orient ...  F°, Paris, 1697.  (pp.215, 234, 273, 455, 931 turned up, p.232 down, and several other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.18.28

[H759]
Hesychius, Alexandrinus. Dictionarium.  (Greek.) F°, [Hagenoæ, 1521].  (col. 587 turned up.) Tr/NQ.11.5

[H762]
Hierocles, Alexandrinus. Commentarius in aurea Pythagoreorum carmina. I. Curterio interprete ...  (Greek & Latin.) 12°, Parisiis, 1583.  (p. 312 turned up.) Tr/NQ.9.78

[H764]
Hilary, St, Bishop of Poitiers. Quotquot extant opera, nostro fere seculo literatorum quorundam non mediocri labore conquisita ...  F°, Parisiis, 1652.  ('1680 pret. 14s. 6d' in Newton's hand on fly-leaf; col. 147 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.18.20

[H770]
Historia rerum in Oriente gestarum ab exordio mundi et orbe condito ad nostra hæc usque tempora ...  F°, Francof. ad Mœnum, 1587.  ('Is. Newton, pret 4s. 6d.' on title-page.) Butler Library, Columbia University, New York

[H779]
The history of the Apostles Creed: with critical observations on its several articles. 2nd ed. [By Peter, 1st Lord King.]  8°, London, 1703.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.97

[H792]
Homerus. Odyssea. Cum interpretatione Lat. ad verbum, post alias omnes editiones repurgata plurimis erroribus ... partim ab H. Stephano, patrtim ab alijs ... Ed. postrema diligenter recognita per I.T.P.  8°, Amstelredami, 1648.  (Several signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.79

[H793]
__ Poemata duo, Ilias et Odyssea, sive Ulyssea ... Cum interpretatione Lat. ... partim ab H. Stephano, partim ab aliis ...  16°, [Paris,] 1589.  (On fly-leaf: 'Isaac Newton Trin: Coll: Cam: 1661' and under this, also in Newton's hand, 'H: N. Feb: 25 1688', presumably indicating a gift to Humphrey Newton; for provenance of the volume see G. Keynes, Bibliotheca bibliographici (1964) 3294.) Sir Geoffrey Keynes, Brinkley

[H805]
Horatius Flaccus, Quintus. Poëmata, scholiis et argumentis ab H. Stephano illustrata ... Ed. 3a.  (3 pts.) 8°, [Paris,] 1600.  (pp.45, 121 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.10.139

[H816]
Huet, Pierre Daniel, Bishop of Avranches. Histoire du commerce et de la navigation des anciens. 2e éd. revûë ...  8°, Paris, 1716.  (Several signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.10.93

[H828]
Iamblichus, Chalcidensis. De vita Pythagorica liber, Græce & Latine ... notisque perpetuis illustratus à L. Kustero ... Accedit Malchus, sive Porphyrius, De vita Pythagoræ: cum notis L. Holstenii, & C. Rittershusii.  Itemque Anonymus apud Photium De vita Pythagoræ. (3 pts.) 4°, Amstelodami, 1707.  (p.195 turned up and down, p.213 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.75

[H839]
Irenæus. Adversus Valentini, & similium Gnosticorum hæreses, libri V. ... Cum scholiis & annotationibus J. Billii, F. Ducæi, & F. Feu-ardentii. ...  F°, Lutetiæ Parisorum, 1675.  ('Is. Newton. pret 14s' on fly-leaf; p.246 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.18.10

[H840]
__ Contra omnes hæreses libri V ... Omnia notis variorum, & suis illustravit J. E. Grabe.  (Greek & Latin.) F°, Oxoniæ, 1702. 

[H841]
__ Fragmenta anecdota, quæ ex Bibliothecâ Taurinensi eruit, Latinâ versione notisque donavit ...   8°, Hagæ Comitum, 1715. 

[H868]
Justin, St, martyr. Opera. Item Athenagoræ Atheniensis, Theophili Antiocheni, Tatiani Assyrii ... tractatus aliquot ... Quæ omnia Græcè & Latinè emendatiora prodeunt. Ed. nova ... [Ed. by F. Sylburgius.]  (3 pts.) F°, Coloniæ, 1686.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.18.25(1)

[H869]
Justinus. Trogi Pompeii Historiarum Philippicarum epitoma ... Accessit V. Strigelli commentarius ...  8°, Ursellis, 1602.  (Described in catalogue of Hampton & Sons, Thame Park, Oxfordshire (1920: Item 977) as 'with the Autograph of Isaac Newton'.)

[H873]
Kabbala denudata seu Doctrina Hebræorum transcendentalis et metaphysica atque theologica ... [Ed. by C. Knorr von Rosenroth.]  (4 pts.) 2 vols., 4°, Sulzbaci, Francofurti, 1677-84.  (Vol. 1, pt 1 has pp.151, 227, 241, 456, 570 turned up, pp.152, 455, 677 down, pt 2 p.241 down, pt 3 pp.49, 54, 140 down, p.147 up, vol.2, pt 2 p.194 up, p.221 down, and several other signs of dog-earing esp. in vol. 1.) Tr/NQ.8.28 and 29

[H889]
Knatchbull, Sir Norton. Annotations upon some difficult texts in all the books of the New Testament.  8°, Cambridge, 1693.  (Title page damaged; 'Error' in Newton's hand in margins of pp.34, 37, 38; several signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.41

[H893]
Kortholt, Christian. In Iustinum Martyrem, Athenagoram, Theophilum Antiochenum, Tatianum Assyrium, commentarius.  F°, Francofurti, 1686.  (Wants title-page.) Tr/NQ.18.25(2)

[H923]
Lazius, Wolfgang. De gentium aliquot migrationibus, sedibus fixis, reliquijs, linguarúmq; initijs & immutationibus ac dialectis, libri XII ...  F°, Basilæ, [1557].  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.18.3

[H928]
Le Clerc, Jean. Bibliothèque ancienne et moderne. Par J. Le Clerc. Pour l'année MDCCXIV-MDCCXXII. Vols. 1-18.  12°, Amsterdam, 1714-22.  (Vol. 1, pp.380, 382, 429 turned down.) Tr/NQ.7.10 to 27

[H936]
Leidekker, Melchior. De Republica Hebræorum libri XII ... (2 pts.)  F°, Amstelædami, 1704.  (p.32 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.47

[H967]
Locke, John. An essay concerning humane understanding. In 4 books.  F°, London, 1690.  (pp.111, 133, 157, 349, 357, 359 turned up and a few other signs of dog-earing; two corrections in text in Locke's hand.) Dr H.F. Norman, Ross, California

[H988]
Lucianus Samosatensis. Opera omnia quæ extant. Cum Latina doctiss. virorum interpretatione. I. Bourdelotius cum Regijs Codd. aliisque Mss. contulit, emendavit, supplevit ...  (2 pts.) (Greek & Latin.) F°, Lutetiæ Parisiorum, 1615.  (p.172 turned up, pp.364, 394, 512 down, and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.18

[H989]
__ Opera. Ex versione I. Benedicti. Cum notis integris I. Bourdelotii [etc.]. Accedunt inedita scholia in Lucianum, ex Bibliotheca I. Vossii.  (Greek & Latin.) 2 vols. 8°, Amstelodami, 1687.  (Vol. 2 has pp.297, 299, 470, 711 turned up, pp.328, 356, 361, 476, 657, 684 down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.38 and 39

[H990]
Lucretius Carus, Titus. De rerum natura libri VI. Quibus additæ sunt conjecturæ & emendationes T. Fabri cum notulis perpetuis ...  12°, Cantabrigiæ, 1686.  (Line numbers added in margins by Newton, in tens up to 380, then in larger intervals, ending in fifties at 1050 on p.17; a few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.73

[H1004]
Luther, Martin. A commentarie upon the Epistle of S. Paul to the Galathians ... transl. into English for the unlearned ...  8°, [London,] 1577.  (fols. 182v, 251r turned up.) Tr/NQ.9.63(1)

[H1013]
Macrobius, Ambrosius Aurelius Theodosius. Opera. Ioh Isacius Pontanus secundò recensuit: adiectis ad libros singulos notis. Quibus accedunt I. Meursii breviores notæ.  8°, Lugduni Batavorum, 1628.  (p.259 turned down and several other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.70

[H1018]
Maimonides. De cultu divino ex R. Mosis Majemonidæ secunda lege, seu Manu forti liber VIII. ... Ex Hebræo Latinum fecit, & notis illustravit L. de C. de Veïl.  4°, Parisiis, 1678.  Tr/NQ.10.124

[H1019]
__ De idololatria liber, cum interpretatione Latina & notis D. Vossii.  4°, Amsterdami, 1641.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.46(1)

[H1020]
__ De sacrificiis liber. Accesserunt Abarbanelis Exordium ... Quæ ex Hebræo convertit in sermonem Latinum, & notis ilustravit L. de C. de Veil.  4°, Londini, 1683. 

[H1021]
__ Porta Mosis, sive Dissertationes aliquot ... Nunc primùm Arabicè ... & Latinè editæ. Operâ & studio E. Pocockii.  (2 pts.) 4°, Oxoniæ, [1654-]1655. 

[H1022]
__ Tractatus de iuribus anni septimi et iubilæi. Textum Hebraeum addidit, in sermonem Latinum vertit, notisque illustravit I. H. Maius, Filius ...  4°, Francofurti ad Moenum, 1708.  Tr/NQ.10.127

[H1032]
Marmora Oxoniensia, ex Arundellianis, Seldenianis, aliisque conflata. Recensuit, & perpetuo commentario explicavit, H. Prideaux ...  F°, Oxonii, 1676.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.10

[H1053]
Mead, Joseph. Works. Corrected and enlarged ... (3rd ed.)  F°, London, 1672 

[H1075]
Meursius, Johannes. De regno Laconico libri II. De Piræeo liber singularis. Et in Helladii Chrestomathiam animadversiones ...  4°, Ultrajecti, 1687.  (Several signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.77

[H1077]
__ Regnum Atticum. Sive, De regibus Atheniensium, eorumque rebus gestis, libri III.  4°, Amstelodami, 1633.  (p.53 turned up and many other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.93

[H1084]
Mirkhond. The history of Persia ... written in Arabick, by Mirkond ... translated into Spanish, by A Teixeira ... and now render'd into English. By J. Stevens.  8°, London, 1715.  (p.33 turned up. Newton appears to have equated the names of the 14th-16th Kings of Persia as given in the text with names found in classical sources. In the margin of p.60 he wrote 'Kai Axeres' for the printed 'Lorasph', on p.65 'Darius Histaspis' for 'Gustasph', and on p.70 'Artaxerxes Longimanus' for 'Bahaman Daraz Daz'.) Tr/NQ.9.117

[H1102]
Montanus, Benedictus Arias. Elucidationes in Quatuor Evangelia, Matthæi, Marci, Lucæ & Iohannis. Quibus accedunt eiusdem elucidationes in Acta Apostolorum.  4°, Antverpiæ, 1575.  ('Isaac Newton 1682. pret. 2s 6d.' on fly-leaf.) Tr/NQ.8.30(1)

[H1110]
More, Henry. An antidote against atheisme, or An appeal to the natural faculties of the minde of man, whether there be not a God.  8°, London, 1653.  (4 short Latin notes by Newton in margin of preface, A1r,v.) Tr/NQ.9.171(2)

[H1115]
__ A plain and continued exposition of the several prophecies or divine visions of the Prophet Daniel ...  4°, London, 1681.  (Inscribed 'Is. Newton. Ex dono Reverendi Authoris'; marginal annotations by Newton on Revelation. See Popular Astronomy, 34 (1926), 75-8.) Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley

[H1127]
Munsterus, Sebastianus. Kalendariu[m] Hebraicum ...  4°, Basileae, 1527.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.45

[H1144]
Nepos, Cornelius. De vita excellentium Imperatorum. Interpretatione et notis illustravit N. Courtin ... in usum Serenissimi Delphini.  4°, Parisiis, 1675.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.10.41

[H1193]
Nubes testium: or A collection of the Primitive Fathers ... [By J. Gother.]  4°, London, 1686.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.131(1)

[H1206]
Optatus, St, Bishop of Milevi. Opera cum observationibus et notis G. Albaspinæi ...  (2 pts.) (Greek & Latin.) F°, Parisiis, 1631.  ('pret 15s.' in Newton's hand on fly-leaf.) D.J.McKitterick, Cambridge

[H1209]
Origenes, Adamantius. Contra Celsum libri VIII. Ejusdem Philocalia. G. Spencerus, utriusque operis versionem recognovit, & annotationes adjecit.  (Greek & Latin.) 4°, Cantabrigiæ, 1658.  (On front paste-down in what is probably Newton's early hand: 'Origenes est bonus Scripturaru[m] Interpres, malus dogmatistes. Hieron. Epist. ad Pam[m]ach & Ocean' [i.e. Epistulae LXXXIV.2]; on fly-leaf 'pret 12s' in Newton's hand; several signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.10.39

[H1210]
__ Dialogus contra Marcionitas, sive De rectâ in Deum fide: Exhortatio ad Martyrium: Responsum ad Africani epistolam de historiâ Susannæ ... Operâ & studio J.R. Wetstenii.  (Greek & Latin.) 4°, Basileæ, 1674.  ('pret 7s.' in Newton's hand on fly-leaf.) Tr/NQ.16.142

[H1214]
Orpheus. Argonautica, Hymni, et De lapidibus curante A.C. Eschenbachio ... Accedunt H. Stephani in omnia & J. Scaligeri in Hymnos notæ.  (Greek & Latin.) 12°, Trajecti ad Rhenum, 1689.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.28

[H1215]
Ortelius, Abraham. Thesaurus geographicus recognitus et auctus ...  4°, Hanoviæ, [1611].  (20 pages still turned and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.43

[H1221]
Ovidus Naso, Publius. Opera omnia, ex recensione G. Bersmani, cum ejusdem, aliorumque virorum doctissimorum notationibus. Ed. Nova. (4 pts.)  12°, Londini, [1655-]1656.  (Pt 3, p.89 turned up and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.168

[H1224]
__ P. Ovidii Metamorphosis, seu Fabulæ poeticæ: earumque interpretatio ethica, physica et historica Georgii Sabini ... Ultima ed.  16°, Francofurdi, 1693.  (Inscribed 'Isaci Newtoni liber Octobris 15 1659. prætium -0-1-6' on fly-leaf.) Babson 409

[H1236]
Panciroli, Guido. Rerum memorabilium sive Deperditarum pars prior (& Liber secundus). Commentarijs illustrata... Ab H. Salmuth.  4°, Francofurti, 1660.  (Pt1, p.104 and pt 2, p.28 turned up.) Tr/NQ.8.40

[H1264]
Pasor, Georg. Lexicon Græco-Latinum in Novum Domini Nostri Jesu Christi Testamentum ... (3 pts.)  8°, Londini, [1649-]1650.  ('Isaac Newton Trin: Coll: Cant: pret: 6d. 1661' on fly-leaf; 'Isaac Newton hunc librum possidet. pret: 6d. Martij 29 1661.' on verso of title-page; p.595 turned down.) Tr/NQ.7.81

[H1270]
Pausanias. Graeciae descriptio accurata ... cum Latina R. Amasaei interpretatione. Accesserunt G. Xylandri & F. Sylburgii annotationes, ac novae notae I. Kuhnii.  F°, Lipsiæ, 1696.  (pp.13, 421, 603, 668, 815 turned down, p.408 up, and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.17.17

[H1283]
Petau, Denis. Abrégé chronologique de l'Histoire universelle sacrée et profane.  Traduction nouvelle, suivant la dernière éd. latine. Nouvelle éd. continuée jusqu'à présent. 5 vols. 12°, Paris, 1715.  Tr/NQ.7.59 to 63

[H1284]
__ Opus de doctrina temporum ... cum praefatione et dissertatione ... J. Harduini. (3 vols.)  F°, Antwerpiæ, 1703. 

[H1285]
__ Opus de theologicis dogmatibus, auctius in hac nova editione ... notulis T. Alethini [i.e. J. Le Clerc]. (6 vols. in 3.)  F°, Antwerpiæ, 1700.  (Vol. 1 has p. 101 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.17.26 to 28

[H1286]
__ Rationarium temporum, in partes duas, libros XIII , distributum ... Ed. ultima ...  8°, Franequeræ, 1694.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.8

[H1312]
Philostratus. Philostratorum quæ supersunt omnia, Vita Apollonii libris VIII, Vitae Sophistarum libris II ... Accessere Apollonii Tyanensis Epistolae ... Omnia ex Mss. codd. recensuit notis perpetuis illustravit ... G. Olearius.  (Greek & Latin.) F°, Lipsiæ, 1709.  (pp.699, 890 turned down.) Tr/NQ.18.13

[H1313]
Photius, Patriarch of Constantinople. Epistolae. Per R. Montacutium Latinè redditæ, & notis subinde illustratæ.  (Greek & Latin.) F°, Londini, 1651.  (pp.53, 260 turned down.) Tr/NQ.11.29

[H1317]
Pindarus. Olympia, Pythia, Nemea, Isthmia. Cæterorum octo lyricorum carmina ... nonnulla etiam aliorum. Omnia Græcè et Latinè ... [Ed. by H. Stephanus.]  8°, [Paris,] 1560.  ('Isaacus Newton hunc librum possidet. Pret. 8d. 1659' in Newton's hand on verso of title-page; p.215 turned down, pp.221, 235, 251 up, and a few other signs of dog-earing. Bought by J.M. Keynes from Thorp of Guildford, March 1921, for 10s.) Keynes Collection, King's College, Cambridge

[H1319]
__ Olympia, Nemea, Pythia, Isthmia. Una cum Latina omnium versione carmine lyrico per N. Sudorium.  (Greek & Latin.) F°, Oxonii, 1697.  (pp.121, 127 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.1

[H1330]
Plutarchus. Quæ extant opera, cum Latina interpretatione. Ex vetustis codicibus plurima nunc primùm emendata sunt, ut ex H. Stephani annotationibus intelliges ...  (Greek & Latin.) 13 vols. 8°, [Geneva,] 1572.  (Vol. 9 has p.11 of the index turned up; vol. 10 has several signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.96 to 108

[H1331]
__ Plutarchi Chæronensis quæ exstant omnia, cum Latina interpretatione H. Cruserii: G. Xylandri ... 2 vols.  F°, Francofurti, 1599. 

[H1333]
Poetæ minores Græci. Hesiodus, Pythagoras, Mimnermus [etc.] ... Accedunt etiam Observationes R. Wintertoni in Hesiodum.  (Greek & Latin.) 8°, Cantabrigiæ, 1684.  (pp.26, 204, 384 turned down, p.296 turned up, and several other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.129

[H1342]
Potter, Christopher. Want of charitie justly charged, on all such Romanists, as dare, without truth or modesty, affirme, that Protestancie destroyeth Salvation ... 2nd ed., revised and enlarged.  8°, London, 1634.  (p.184 turned down.) Tr/NQ.16.59

[H1343]
Potter, John, Archbishop of Canterbury. Archæologiæ Græcæ: or, The antiquities of Greece. 2 vols. (Vol. 2 is from 2nd ed.)  4°, Oxford, 1697 (vol. 1); London, 1706 (vol. 2).  (Vol. 2 has a few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.47 and 48

[H1386]
The Reign of King Charles: an history faithfully and impartially delivered and disposed into annals ... [By H. L'Estrange.]  F°, London, 1655.  (p.87 turned down.) Tr/NQ.10.29

[H1401]
Richer, Edmond. Historia Conciliorum generalium, in quatuor libros distributa.  4°, Coloniæ, 1680.  (On fly-leaf: '1692. pret. 6s 6d, valet 10s' in Newton's hand.) Tr/NQ.16.106

[H1419]
The Romish horseleech: or, An impartial account of the intolerable charge of Popery to this nation ... [By T. Staveley.]  8°, London, 1674.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.156

[H1441]
Sanchoniathon. Sanchoniatho's Phœnician history, transl. from the first book of Eusebius De præparatione Evangelica. With a continuation of Sanchoniatho's History by Eratosthenes Cyrenæus's Canon ... By R. Cumberland.  8°, London, 1720.  (p.483 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.16

[H1442]
Sanderson, Robert, Bishop of Lincoln. Logicæ artis compendium. 3a hac ed. recognitum ... (2 pts.)  8°, Oxoniæ, 1631.  (On recto of title-page: 'Isaac Newton Trin Coll Cant 1661'; a few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/Adv.e.1.15

[H1444]
Sandius, Christophorus. Nucleus historiæ ecclesiasticæ: cui præfixus est Tractatus de veteribus scriptoribus ecclesiasticis. (3 pts.)  8°, Cosmopoli [Amsterdam], 1669.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.17

[H1454]
Scaliger, Joseph Justus. Opus novum de emendatione temporum in octo libros tributum.  F°, Lutetiæ, 1583.  (A few signs of dog-earing; alternative versions of the Jewish (and other) names of months in the text written by Newton in the margin of p.378: against the printed 'Tisri', 'Marcheschwan', 'Nisan', 'Ijar', he supplied 'Elhanim', 'Bul', 'Abib', 'Zif' respectively.) Tr/NQ.11.22

[H1461]
Schelstrate, Emmanuel. Antiquitas illustrata circa Concilia generalia et provincialia, decreta et gesta Pontificum, et præcipua totius historiæ ecclesiasticæ capita.  4°, Antverpiæ, 1678.  (pp.78, 79, 90, 474 turned up, p.98 down and many other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.55

[H1462]
__ Ecclesia Africana sub primate Carthaginiensi.  4°, Parisiis, 1679.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.129

[H1475]
Scriptores rerum Brunsvicensium illustrationi inservientes, antiqui omnes et religionis reformatione priores ... cura G.G. Leibnitii.  3 vols. F°, Hanoveræ, 1707-11.  (A few signs of dog-earing in vol. 1.) Tr/NQ.17.13 to 15

[H1481]
Selden, John. De Diis Syris syntagmata II ... Ed. juxta alteram ipsius autoris operâ emendatiorem auctioremque omnium novissima ... operâ A. Beyeri.  8°, Amstelodami, 1680.  (Pt 1, p.193 turned up, and several other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.77

[H1483]
__ De synedriis & præfecturis juridicis veterum Ebræorum libri III. Ed. ultima priori correctior.  4°, Amstelædami, 1679.  (Pt 1, p.148 and pt 2, p.85 each with both corners turned, and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.35

[H1489]
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus. L. & M. Senecæ Tragœdiæ, cum notis T. Farnabii.  12°, Amsterdami, 1645.  ('Isaac Newton hunc librum tenet pret: s 2. d 6.' on fly-leaf.) Tr/Adv.e.1.12

[H1512]
Sigonius, Carolus. Historiarum de Occidentali Imperio libri XX ...  F°, Francofurti, 1593.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.13(1)

[H1513]
__ Historiarum de Regno Italiæ libri XX ...  F°, Francofurti, 1591.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.13(2)

[H1515]
Simon, Richard. A critical history of the Old Testament ... Translated into English, by a person of quality. (4 pts.)  4°, London, 1682.  ('Is. Newton Oct 3. (80) pret 8s.' on fly-leaf (the meaning of '(80)' is unclear: the date of the book's publication rules out 1680); a few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.143

[H1516]
__ A critical history of the text of the New Testament...  4°, London, 1689.  (Pt 2, p.154 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.32

[H1530]
Smith, John [fl. 1656]. The mystery of rhetorick unveil'd. Wherein above 130 of the tropes and figures are severally derived from the Greek into English ...  8°, London, 1683.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.4

[H1538]
Sophocles. Tragœdiæ VII. Unà cum omnibus Græcis scholiis ad calcem adnexis. Ed. Postrema.  (Greek & Latin.) 8°, Cantabrigiæ, 1673.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.9.42

[H1541]
Spanheimius, Fridericus. Historia imaginum restituta, præcipuè adversos Gallos scriptores nuperos L. Maimburg et N. Alexandrum.  8°, Lugduni Batavorum, 1686.  (p.263 turned down and several other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.139

[H1545]
Spencer, John. De legibus Hebræorum ritualibus et earum rationibus, libri III.  F°, Cantabrigiæ, [1683-]1685.  (p.782 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.17.18

[H1560]
Sternhold, Thomas et al. The whole Book of Psalms collected into English metre by T. Sternhold, J. Hopkins, and others ...  8°, Cambridge, 1661.  (6 lines of Biblical notes and references in Newton's hand on end-paper.) Tr/Adv.d.1.10(3).

[H1561]
Stillingfleet, Edward, Bishop of Worcester. An answer to several late treatises, occasioned by a book entituled A discourse concerning the idolatry practised in the Church of Rome ... Pt 1.  8°, London, 1673.  (On 1st fly-leaf: 'Is. Newton pret. 2s. 6d.'; on 2nd fly-leaf 'I.B. [Isaac Barrow?] ex dono eximij authoris'.) Tr/NQ.16.168

[H1562]
__ A discourse concerning the idolatry practised in the Church of Rome, and the danger of salvation in the communion of it ...  8°, London, 1671.  ('Is. Newton pret 2s 6d' written by Newton on fly-leaf above the scored-through inscription 'Donum eruditissimi Authoris'.) Babson 410

[H1573]
Strabo. Rerum geographicarum libri XVII. Accedunt huic editioni, ad Casaubonianam III expressæ, notæ integræ G. Xylandri [etc]. Subjiciuntur Chrestomathiæ Græc. & Lat.  (Greek & Latin.) 2 vols. F°, Amstelædami, 1707.  (Vol. 2, p.720 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.2 and 3

[H1579]
Suicerus, Johannes Casparus. Thesaurus ecclesiasticus, e Patribus Græcis ordine alphabetico ... 2 vols.  F°, Amstelædami, 1682.  ('Isaac Newton. pret £1. s 12 Oct 3. 1682' on fly-leaf; vol. 1 has col. 90 turned down, 95 up, and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.11 and 12

[H1605]
Tertullianus, Quintus Septimius Florens. Opera ad vetustissimorum exemplarium fidem locis quamplurimis emendata, N. Rigaltii observationibus & notis illustrata ...  F°, Lutetiæ, 1634.  (Several signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.17

[H1609]
Theodoretus, Bishop of Cyrus. Opera omnia ... cura & studio I. Sirmondi. 5 vols. (Vol. 5 cura & studio J. Garnerii.)  (Greek & Latin.) F°, Lutetiæ Parisiorum, 1642-84.  (Vol. 1 has pp.128, 395 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing; vol.3, p.540 down, vol.5, pp.296, 306 down.) Tr/NQ.17.4 to 8

[H1610]
Theodosius II, Emperor of the East. Codex Theodosianus cum perpetuis commentariis I. Gothofredi ... Opus posthumum ... opera et studio A. Marvillii.  6 vols. in 4. F°, Lugduni, 1665.  (Vol. 1 has pp. lxxvi, lxxxvi, ci turned up, clv down, vol. 6, p.123 down.) Tr/NQ.17.9 to 12

[H1615]
Thucydides. De Bello Peloponnesiaco libri VIII. Ex interpretatione L. Vallæ, ab H. Stephano iterum recognita ...  8°, Francofurdi, 1589.  (Several signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.10.116

[H1640]
Trelcatius, Lucas. Locorum communium S. Theologiæ Institutio per epitomem ...  12°, Londini, 1608.  (Described in Sotheran Catalogue 789 (1924: Item 5731) as 'With auto. "Isaac Newton Trin Coll: Cant 1661" on fly-leaf'.)

[H1648]
Tughra'i, Husain ibn'Ali, al-. Lamiato'l Ajam, carmen Tograi, poetæ Arabis doctissimi; unà cum versione Latina, & notis ... operâ E. Pocockii ...  (2 pts.) 8°, Oxonii, 1661.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.26

[H1654]
Usher, James, Archbishop of Armagh. Annales. In quibus, Præter Maccabaicam et Novi Testamenti historiam ... continetur chronicon ...  F°, Londini, 1654.  Tr/NQ.10.2

[H1655]
__ Annales Veteris Testamenti, a prima mundi origine deducti: una cum rerum Asiaticarum et Ægyptiacarum chronico ...  F°, Londini, 1650.  (pp.58, 104, 147, 506, 527 turned down and several other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.10.1.

[H1659]
Valerius Flaccus, Gaius. Argonautica. I.B. Pij carmen ex quarto Argonauticon Apollonij. Orphei Argonautica innominato interprete.  8°, [Venetiis, 1523].  (p.30 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.10.80

[H1660]
__ Argonautica. N. Heinsius ... ex vetustissimis exemplaribus recensuit & animadversiones adjecit.  12°, Trajecti Batavorum, 1702.  (p.11 turned down.) Tr/NQ.9.53

[H1662]
Valerius Maximus. Valerius Maximus cum selectis variorum observat: et nova recensione A. Thysii.  8°, Lugd[uni] Batavorum, 1660.  (pp.456, 764 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.7.40

[H1666]
Varenius, Bernhard. Descriptio Regni Japoniæ et Siam ...  8°, Cantabrigiæ, 1673.  (p.244 turned up and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.7.45

[H1671]
Varii historiæ Romanæ scriptores, partim Græci, partim Latini, in unum velut corpus redacti ... 4 vols.  8°, [Geneva,] 1568.  (Vol. 3 imperfect; vol. 3 has pp.1108, 1134 turned down, vol. 4 p.1555 down and these two vols. have a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.1, 1a, 2 and 3

[H1676]
Vergilius Maro, Publius. Opera. Mauri Seruii Honorati grammatici in eadem commentarii ... Castigationes & varietates Virgilianae lectionis, per I. Pierium Valerianum.  F°, Parisiis, 1532.  (Several signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.31

[H1687]
Vignier, Nicolas. Rerum Burgundionum Chronicon ... Ex Bibliotheca historica N. Vignierij.  4°, Basileæ, 1575.  ('I. Newton. pret 1s.' in Newton's hand on fly-leaf; a few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.192

[H1688]
Vincent, St, of Lérins. Adversus profanas omnium novitates hæreticorum commonitorium. Cum notis S. Baluzii.  12°, Cantabrigiæ, 1687.  (Inscribed by Newton on fly-leaf: 'Is. Newton. Donum amicissimi Authoris Præfationis'; p.93 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Stanford University Library, Stanford, California

[H1693]
Vindiciæ veterum scriptorum, contra J. Harduinum ... [By M.V. de la Croze.]  12°, Roterodami, 1708.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.13

[H1695]
Vossius, Gerardus Joannes. De historicis Græcis libri IV; ed. altera, priori emendatior, & multis partibus auctior.  4°, Lugduni Batavorum, 1651.  (pp.41, 429 turned up and several other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.7.54

[H1696]
__ De historicis Latinis libri III. Ed. altera, priori emendatior, & duplo auctior.  4°, Lugduni Batavorum, 1651.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.179

[H1697]
__ De theologia Gentili, et physiologia Christiana; sive De origine ac progressu idololatriæ ... liber I, et II.  4°, Amsterdami, 1641.  (Very extensively dog-eared with 112 pages still turned and several similar signs.) Tr/NQ.8.46(2)

[H1703]
Wake, William, Archbishop of Canterbury. The principles of the Christian religion explained: in a brief commentary upon the Church-Catechism. 3rd ed. corrected ...  8°, London, 1708.  (p.50 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.138

[H1714]
Waser, Caspar. De antiquis numis Hebræorum, Chaldæorum et Syrorum: quorum S. Biblia & Rabbinorum scripta meminerunt, libri II ...  4°, Tiguri, 1605.  ('Is. Newton pret 3' on fly-leaf.) Tr/NQ.9.12(1)

[H1727]
Whiston, William. An essay on the Revelation of Saint John ... To which are added two dissertations ...  4°, Cambridge, 1706.  (Several signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.73

[H1755]
Worthington, John. The great duty of self-resignation to the Divine Will.  8°, London, 1675.  (pp.56, 111 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.123

[H1757]
Wotton, William. Reflections upon ancient and modern learning. 2nd ed., with large additions. With A dissertation upon the Epistles of Phalaris [etc.]. By Dr. Bentley.  (2 pts.) 8°, London, 1697.  (Pt 2, p.29 turned down and a few other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.10.107

[H1763]
Zosimus, Panopolitanus. Historiæ novæ libri VI, nunquam hactenus editi ...  F°, Basileæ, [1576].  ('Isaac Newton. pret 3s. 6d.' on fly-leaf; many signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.11.8

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