A Modern Commentary on the Great Work is a book written in 1897 by a man called Cuthbertson. It is an essential study aid for a contemporary student of Isaac Newton's Principia to understand what "the hell Isaac was going on about".[1]

The copy found at Jason Dunlop's home had a stamp with an image of an open book surrounded by three crowns and encircled by the words Bibliotheca Bodleiana, meaning that it belonged to the Bodleian Library.[2]


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