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A microfilm of papers of the Molyneux family:
1. Evangelista Torricellio, 'On the Motion of Heavy Bodys Naturally Falling and Projected. In Two Books. Wherein are shewn the Ingenious Performances of Nature by Motion In A Parabolick Line. And the universal Doctrine of Projects is Dispatchd by the Description of a Semicircle', translated from the Latin by William Molyneaux, Dublin, October 1681.
2. Letter book of Samuel Molyneaux, 1707-1709.
3. Correspondence of John Flamsteed and William Molyneaux, 1681-1688.
4. Notes for a History of Ireland.
5. Notes on Irish manors.
6. William Molyneaux's translation of parts of Galileo's Dialogues.
7. Account book of Samuel Molyneaux, 1714-1718.
8. Part of the will of Lady Capell, proved 21 June 1721 (Samuel Molyneaux was a trustee).
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The microfilm was made from the original papers held by the Southampton Civic Centre.
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