Hall, A. Rupert
Birth and Death Dates: 1920-2009
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[Review] Hall, A. Rupert (2004) Review of "The Correspondence of John Flamsteed, the First Astronomer Royal". Annals of Science: The History of Science and Technology (p. 263).
[Article] Hall, A. Rupert (2002) Pitfalls in the Editing of Newton's Papers. History of Science (p. 407).
[Article] Hall, A. Rupert (2001) Cambridge: Newton's legacy. Notes and Records of the Royal Society (p. 205).
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[Article] King-Hele, D.G.; Hall, A. Rupert (1988) Newton's Principia and its legacy. Notes and Records of the Royal Society (pp. 1-122).
[Book] King-Hele, D. G.; Hall, A. R. (1988) Newton's Principia and its legacy.
[Book] Hall, A. R.; Smith, N. (1981) History of technology. Vol. 6.
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[Book] Cohen, I. Bernard; Smith, George E. (2002) The Cambridge Companion to Newton.
[Book] Dalitz, Richard H.; Nauenberg, Michael (2000) The Foundations of Newtonian Scholarship.
[Book] Williams, B. Innes (2000) The Matter of Motion and Galvani's Frogs..
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[Article] James, Frank A. J. L. (2012) Alfred Rupert Hall, 1920-2009; Marie Boas Hall, 1919-2009. Biographical Memoirs of Fellows of the British Academy (pp. 353-408).
[Article] Field, J. V. (2010) Alfred Rupert Hall (26 July 1920--5 February 2009) and Marie Boas Hall (18 October 1919--23 February 2009). British Journal for the History of Science (p. 99).
[Article] James, Frank A. J. L. (2010) Eloge: A. Rupert Hall, 26 July 1920--5 February 2009 and Marie Boas Hall, 18 October 1919--23 February 2009. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (p. 165).