- 1687: Philosophiĉ naturalis principia mathematica·
- 1687: Philosophiĉ naturalis principia mathematica
- 1702: A new and most accurate theory of the moon's motion
- 1704: Opticks
- 1706: Optice
- 1707: Arithmetica universalis
- 1711: Analysis per quantitatum series, fluxiones
- 1713: Philosophiĉ naturalis principia mathematica
- 1717: Opticks
- 1718: Opticks
- 1719: Optice
- 1720: Universal arithmetick
- 1721: Opticks
- 1721: Opticks
- 1722: Arithmetica universalis
- 1726: Philosophiĉ naturalis principia mathematica
- 1726: Philosophiĉ naturalis principia mathematica
- 1728: Sir Isaac Newton's corollaries from his philosophy and chronology; in his own words
- 1728: Optical lectures read in the publick schools of the University of Cambridge
- 1728: De mundi systemate
- 1728: Universal arithmetick
- 1728: The chronology of ancient kingdoms amended
- 1728: The chronology of ancient kingdoms amended
- 1728: Sir Isaac Newton's Chronology
- 1728: A treatise of the system of the world
- 1728: The chronology of ancient kingdoms amended
- 1728: Re?ponse aux observations sur la Chronologie de M. Newton
- 1728: The chronology of antient kingdoms amended
- 1728: The chronology of ancient Kingdoms amended
- 1729: Isaaci Newtoni, Eq. Aur
- 1729: The mathematical principles of natural philosophy. By Sir Isaac Newton. Translated into English by Andrew Motte. To which are added, The laws of the moon's motion, according to gravity. By John Machin ... In two volumes
- 1729: The present state of Ireland
- 1729: The mathematical principles of natural philosophy. By Sir Isaac Newton. Translated into English by Andrew Motte. To which are added, The laws of the moon's motion, according to gravity. By John Machin Astron. Prof. Gresh. and Secr. R. Soc. In two volumes
- 1729: Sir Isaac Newton's corollaries from his philosophy and chronology, in his own words. Published in English. By W. Whiston,
- 1730: Opticks
- 1731: De mundi systemate
- 1731: De mundi systemate
- 1731: A treatise of the system of the world
- 1732: An abstract of Sir Isaac Newton's Chronology of ancient Kingdoms
- 1733: Observations upon the prophecies of Daniel
- 1733: Observations upon the prophecies of Daniel
- 1736: The method of fluxions and infinite series
- 1737: A treatise of the system of the world
- 1737: A treatise of the method of fluxions and infinite series
- 1740: The system of the world, demonstrated in an easy and popular manner
- 1745: Sir Isaac Newton's two treatises of the quadrature of curves
- 1754: Two letters of Sir Isaac Newton to Mr. Le Clerc
- 1756: Four letters from Sir Isaac Newton to Doctor Bentley
- 1765: Excerpta quĉdam e Newtoni Principiis philosophiĉ naturalis
- 1769: Universal arithmetick
- 1770: The chronology of ancient kingdoms amended
- 1776: Proposals for publishing by subscription, dedicated by permission to the King, Isaaci Newtoni opera quae extant omnia, commentariis illustrata, opera et studio Samuelis Horsley, LL.D. Sec. R.S
- 1777: Mathematical principles of natural philosophy
- 1779: Isaaci Newtoni opera qu? exstant omnia
- 1782: An abstract of Sir Isaac Newton's Chronology of ancient kingdoms

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