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Calculus--Early works to 1800, Mathematics--Early works to 1800 Codices, Diagrams, Treatises, Manuscripts Latin--18th century, Manuscripts European
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Treatise on calculus and infinite series, in a copy made during Newton's lifetime from Newton's own manuscript, originally written in 1670-1671. This copy, written for William Jones, editor of another of Newton's works on calculus, was the source of the first printed editions in English in 1730 and 1737.