The Correspondence of Henry Oldenburg. 1669-1670 by Henry Oldenburg, Rupert A. Hall, Marie B. Hall

By Henry Oldenburg, Rupert A. Hall, Marie B. Hall

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And indeed unlesse there be some such easie helpe, I supose Dr. Wallis’s lawe will be much too hard for mine in this matter, but this may be a litle ex­ traneous to the businesse, I hope the vain excursion may be pardoned, but if there be no one particle at any time quiescent but is liable to assault’s on every side, I desire Dr. Wallis would showe what there is to hinder it from receiving motion, and if there be enemies (as I may call them) on every side to impugne it, which sure may easily be, if there be multiplicity o f motions enough I know not what is wanting to give it a cause o f motion, if the particle d.

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Franc. Willughby Sr, n Thursday last I presented to the R. Soc. the Experiments, made by yrself and Mr Wray, concerning the rising o f Sap in Trees;1 and the President, to whom I had formerly (wthout naming any body) deliver’d ye Animadversions upon the Rules o f Motion,2 advanced by D r Chr. Wren O 36 Oldenburg to W illughby i j June 16 6 9 and Monsr Christian Hugens, did at yesame Meeting signify unto ye Socie­ ty, that he had perused those Animadversions, and found, that the Author o f ym, as he had well considered the whole, so did esteem, that from those Rules would follow such a Paradox, wch he thought was not to be admit­ ted, unlesse Evidence o f Experiments did warrant & confirme it, viz.

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