Maclaurin like Taylor worked exclusively with the fluxional calculus.
He understood the doctrine of fluxions, and delighted in his favourite author, Maclaurin.
This Maclaurin gladly undertook, but the death of Conduitt put a stop to the project.
Mr. Maclaurin's learning and talents enabled him to do his part very well in Dr. Johnson's company.
Colonel Maclaurin was in the act of warning soldiers to be certain to keep behind cover when he was shot in the head.
On March 1, 1737, a good annular eclipse was observed at Edinburgh by Maclaurin.
Maclaurin and Willison were Scotch ministers, whose names are well-known to theological readers, and stand deservedly high.
Maclaurin first demonstrated the truth of this theorem by a rigorous application of the ancient geometry.