Mint-related Books in Newton's Library

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

Boizard, Jean, Traité des monoyes, de leurs circonstances & dépendances.  12°, Paris, 1692. 

__ Traité des monoyes, de leurs circonstances & dépendances. Nouvelle éd. ...  2 vols. 12°, Paris, 1714.  Tr/NQ.9.70 and 71

Child, Sir Josiah. A new discourse of trade ... 2nd ed.  8°, London, 1694.  (A few signs of dog-earing in the preface.) Tr/NQ.7.76

Evelyn, John. Numismata. A discourse of medals, antient and modern. Together with some account of heads and effigies ...  F°, London 1697.  (p.37 turned down and several other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.18.27

[H 632]
Foy-Vaillant, Jean. Cour des Monnoyes. [A collection of 180 official documents relating to the French currency issued by the Cour des Monnoyes, 1689-1701, with titles beginning 'Declaration du Roy ...'.]  4°, Paris, 1689-1701.  (Several signs of dog-earing throughout.) Tr/NQ.10.43

Locke, John. Some considerations of the consequences of the lowering of interest, and raising the value of money.  8°, London, 1692.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.16.159(1)

Of trade. 1. In general. 2. In particular. 3. Domestick [etc.] ... By J. P[ollexfen]. Esq;  To which is annex'd, The argument of the late Lord Chief Justice Pollexphen, upon an action of the case, brought by the East-India Company against Mr. Sands an interloper. (2 pts.) 8°, London, 1700.  (A few signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.8.125(2)

Ricard, Samuel. Traité général du commerce, plus ample et plus exact que ceux qui ont paru jusques à présent ...  4°, Amsterdam, 1700.  (pp.187, 204, 300, 343 turned down and several other signs of dog-earing.) Tr/NQ.10.67

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