# The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy

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(1729), translated by Andrew Motte with a preface by Roger Cotes. To which are added, The Laws of the Moon's Motion, according to Gravity. By John Machin. London: Benjamin Motte.**The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy**(1803), translated by Andrew Motte, with additional texts by W. Emerson and John Machin.**The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy**(1846), translated by Andrew Motte, carefully revised and corrected, with a life of the author, by N. W. Chittenden. New York: Adee (1st American ed.).**The Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy**

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