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" I do not love to be printed upon every occasion, much less to be dunned and teased by foreigners about mathematical things, or to be thought by our own people to be trifling away my time about them, when I should be about the King's business. "
The Life of Sir Isaac Newton - Página 221
por Sir David Brewster - 1832 - 323 páginas
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1836
...public, and thereby the world put into an expectation of what, perhaps, they are never like to have. I do not love to be printed upon every occasion, much...foreigners about mathematical things, or to be thought by our own people to be trifling away my time about them, when I should be about the King's business....
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An Account of the Revd. John Flamsteed, the First Astronomer-royal: Compiled ...

Francis Baily - 1835 - 672 páginas
...public, and thereby the world put into an expectation of what, perhaps, they are never like to have*. I do not love to be printed upon every occasion, much...foreigners about mathematical things, or to be thought by our own people to be trifling away my time about them, when I should be about the King's business t-...
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen55

1836
...public, and thereby the world put into an expectation of what, perhaps, they are never like to have. I do not love to be printed upon every occasion, much...foreigners about mathematical things, or to be thought by our own people to be trifling away my time about them, when I should be about the King's business....
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The Quarterly Review

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, William Smith, Sir John Murray IV, Rowland Edmund Prothero (Baron Ernle), George Walter Prothero - 1836
...public, and thereby the world put into an expectation of what, perhaps, they are never like to have. I do not love to be printed upon every occasion, much...foreigners about mathematical things, or to be thought by our own people to be trifling away my time about them, when I should be about the King's business....
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The Quarterly Review, Volumen55

1836
...public, and thereby the world put into an expectation of what, perhaps, they are never like to have. I do not love to be printed upon every occasion, much...teased by foreigners about mathematical things, or to _ be thought by our own people to be trifling away my time about them, when I should be about the King's...
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Quarterly Review, Volúmenes55-56

1836
...public, and thereby the world put into an expectation of what, perhaps, they are never like to have. I do not love to be printed upon every occasion, much...teased by foreigners about mathematical things, or to t* thought by our own people to be trifling away my time about them, when 1 should be about the King's...
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Magazine of Popular Science, and Journal of the Useful Arts, Volumen1

1836
...expressed in much warmer terms than the occasion would seem to call for, his dislike of " being printed on every occasion ; much less to be dunned and teased...foreigners about mathematical things, or to be thought by our own people to be trifling away my time about them, when I should be about the king's business."...
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The Museum of Foreign Literature, Science and Art, Volumen28

Robert Walsh, Eliakim Littell, John Jay Smith - 1836
...public, and thereby the world put into an expectation of what, perhaps, they are never like to have. I do not love to be printed upon every occasion, much less to be dunned and tested by foreigners about mathematical things, or to be thought by our own people to be trifling away...
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Newton and Flamsteed: Remarks on an Article in Number CIX of the Quarterly ...

William Whewell - 1836 - 32 páginas
...employed in completing the theory of the moon. When he says, (p. 166), /" I do not love to be printed on every occasion, much less to be dunned and teased by foreigners about mathematical things," we can easily refer his expressions to the shyness and love of quiet which we know to have been in...
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The Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Volumen20

1836
...dated January 6,'.1698-9, which is inserted in the appendix, No. 48 : " I do not love (says Newton) to be printed upon every occasion, much less to be dunned and teazed by foreigners about mathematical things ; or to be thought by our own people to be trifling...
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