- Of the method of first and last ratios of quantities.
- Of the Invention of Centripetal Forces.
- Of the motion of bodies in eccentric conic sections.
- Of the finding of elliptic, parabolic, and hyperbolic orbits, from the focus given.
- How the orbits are to be found when neither focus is given.
- How the motions are to be found in given orbits.
- Concerning the rectilinear ascent and descent of bodies.
- Of the invention of orbits wherein bodies will revolve, being acted upon by any sort of centripetal force.
- Of the motion of bodies in moveable orbits; and of the motion of the apsides.
- Of the motion of bodies in given superficies, and of the reciprocal motion of funependulous bodies.
- Of the motions of bodies tending to each other with centripetal forces.
- Of the attractive forces of sphaerical bodies.
- Of the attractive forces of bodies which are not of a sphaerical figure.
- Of the motion of very small bodies when agitated by centripetal forces tending to the several parts of any very great body.

- Of the motion of bodies that are resisted in the ratio of the velocity.
- Of the motion of bodies that are resisted in the duplicate ratio of their velocities.
- Of the motions of bodies which are resisted partly in the ratio of the velocities, and partly in the duplicate of the same ratio.
- Of the circular motion of bodies in resisting mediums.
- Of the density and compression of fluids; and of hydrostatics.
- Of the motion and resistance of funependulous bodies.
- Of the motion of fluids, and the resistance made to projected bodies.
- Of motion propagated through fluids.
- Of the circular motion of fluids.

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