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An account of Sir Isaac Newton's philosophical discoveries title page

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Sir Isaac Newton.

Statement by Newton Bateman page 7

Statement by Newton Bateman page 1

Statement by Newton Bateman page 5

Plan of property situate in the Town of Bushwick, Kings County, town of Newton, Queens County belonging to Mess. Crane & Ely, as subdivided into building lots.

Plan of property situate in the Town of Bushwick, Kings County, town of Newton, Queens County belonging to Mess. Crane & Ely, as subdivided into building lots.

Plan of property situate in the town of Bushwick, Kings County, town of Newton, Queens County belonging to Mess. Crane & Ely, as subdivided into building lots

Plan of property situate in the Town of Bushwick, Kings County, town of Newton, Queens County belonging to Mess. Crane & Ely, as subdivided into building lots.

Plan of property situate in the Town of Bushwick, Kings County, town of Newton, Queens County belonging to Mess. Crane & Ely, as subdivided into building lots.

Plan of property situate in the town of Bushwick, Kings County, town of Newton, Queens County belonging to Mess. Crane & Ely, as subdivided into building lots

Water works, Newton, Mass.

School House, Newton, Iowa.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

City square buried in snow. Newton, Iowa.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Newton School House, Des Moines, Iowa.

Portion of the Wrecked Steamer 'Isaac Newton.'

Portion of the Wrecked Steamer 'Isaac Newton.'

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

City square buried in snow. Newton, Iowa.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

A home in Newton, Jasper County.

School House, Newton, Iowa.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Newton School House, Des Moines, Iowa.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

A home in Newton, Jasper County.

Letter from Newton Bateman to J.G. Holland

Brooklyn, Vol. 4, Double Page Plate No. 85; [Map bounded by Orient Ave., Olive St., Maspeth Ave., Newtown Creek, Haussman St., Webster St., Jockson St., Wright St., Broom St.; Including Van Pelt St., Newton St., Skillman Ave., Kingsland Ave., Withers St., Humboldt, Bayard St., Green Point Ave., Flushing Rail Road]

Brooklyn, Vol. 4, Double Page Plate No. 77; [Map bounded by Driggs St. late 5th St., North 6th St., 7th St., 8th St., 9th St., 10th St., 11th St., 12th St., 13th St., 14th St., 15th St., Wythe Ave. late 2nd St.; Including Eckford St., Van Cott Ave., Van Pelt St., Graham Ave., Newton St., Ewen St., Bayard St., Leonard St., Meeker Ave., Richardson St., Ewen St.]

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, sec. 15, Nov. 13, 1876. South side of bridge from Newton side (centerings of arches "F" and "G" removed).

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W. div. 4, sec 15, Aug. 17 1876, view of Charles River bridges taken from Newton side and looking west.

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, sec. 15, Nov. 13, 1876. View taken below bridge from Newton side, showing the six completed arches.

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, sec. 15, Nov. 13, 1876. South side of bridge from Newton side (centerings of arches "F" and "G" removed).

Clark C. Newton. ; Res. of Ira and Clark C. Newton, Alexander, Genesee Co., N.Y. ; Ira Newton. ; Res. of Lyman Brown, Alexander, Genesee Co., N.Y.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, Nov. 13, 1876. View inside of engineer's office at Newton Upper Falls, Mass.

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W. div. 4, sec 15, May 13 1876, view from Newton side and looking west.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W. div. 4, sec 15, Aug. 17 1876, view of Charles River bridges taken from Newton side and looking west.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Water works, Newton, Mass.

Sudbury River Conduit, B.W.W., div. 4, sec. 15, Nov. 13, 1876. View taken below bridge from Newton side, showing the six completed arches.

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