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For the rest, Leibniz had kept as quiet through ten years as had Newton himself and had probably given up mathematics - Newton thought he had become a politician or civil servant. As for Gregory, his position vis-a-vis Newton was perfectly clean and innocent, and he seemed to have said the proper things so far as his uncle was concerned. Newton had no wish to stand in his light. I think Newton's modesty at this time, and his anxiety to help Gregory and Leibniz get all the praise to which they were entitled, were perfectly genuine and highly moral.
When writing the Principia Newton probably looked much as Godfrey Kneller depicted him four years later - not smiling, indeed, but surprisingly youthful (at forty-six now), spare, and intellectual. The head, seemingly with his own long natural hair flowing to the shoulders on either side and ruffled at the crown, appears large in proportion to the body; the eyes are gray, the brows strongly marked and slightly knit, the expression somewhat tense (perhaps from holding the pose). Newton's mouth is full and firm, the lines well marked, the chin large and cleft.
To happen only two or three months later. Leibniz, at that moment, was chiefly remarkable to Newton as someone who had made by no means trivial criticisms of his own ideas, which ought to be answered. For the rest, Leibniz had kept as quiet through ten years as had Newton himself and had probably given up mathematics - Newton thought he had become a politician or civil servant. As for Gregory, his position vis-a-vis Newton was perfectly clean and innocent, and he seemed to have said the proper things so far as his uncle was concerned.