Two incomplete treatises on the vegetative growth of metals and minerals Author: Isaac Newton
Returning to this earlier post, after a brief search, we find:
The Newton Project
(Housed at Oxford)
Catalogue Entry: ALCH00081
Two incomplete treatises on the vegetative growth of metals and minerals
Author: Isaac Newton
Metadata: 1670-75, in English and Latin , c. 4,500 words, 12 pp.
Source: NMAHRB Ms. 1031 B, Dibner Library, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C., USA
But more accessible for you all (normalized text online):
The Chymistry of Isaac Newton - library managed by Indiana University Bloomington
The Table of contents for this entry begins:
1 Of Natures obvious laws & processes in vegetation.
2 That metalls vegetate after the same laws. Proved transitorily fr From the circumstances observed by
miners, more fully from The consent of the Sophy with one another & with natures processe, & the strange distractions
of all other chymists from both nature & one another. And the corruptibility of all things
Useful for serious work on the weekend.