Mirror of Literature,  6 (1825), 193–94.

Sir Isaac Newton's House




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History of Science, Education, Observatories

    The author regrets the destruction of 'those places with which some of our most pleasing recollections are associated', but is pleased by the continued survival of the 'residence of the greatest of philosophers, and one of the best of men'. The house is now used as a school, and the old observatory as a library.

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