In 1845, P.H. Fuss published a 2-volume work, the

In addition to publishing the correspondence, Fuss included a short biography of Euler, and a list of all of Euler's known works. Fuss had uncovered several of these himself, and brought the number of Euler's publications to 756. This list would remain the standard catalog of Euler's works until Enestrom's Index was published in 1913.

These books are fairly rare and difficult to find. For that reason, the Euler Archive is proud to make all of Fuss' introductory material and all of the letters which were part of Euler's Correspondence available here. These letters are an important part of the study of Euler, and we encourage everyone to read and enjoy them.

Volume 1

The rest of Volume 1 is taken up by the Euler-Goldbach Correspondence. The book can be downloaded here in several sections. (To see a list of the individual letters, and to download a specific letter, visit the Euler-Goldbach correspondence page.)

- Pages 1-59
- Pages 60-109
- Pages 110-169
- Pages 170-229
- Pages 230-301
- Pages 302-359
- Pages 360-413
- Pages 414-489
- Pages 490-557
- Pages 558-613
- Pages 614-673

Volume 2

- Table of Contents

Euler's Correspondence with: - Johann Bernoulli
- Daniel Bernoulli (part 1)
- Daniel Bernoulli (part 2)
- Daniel Bernoulli (part 3)
- Daniel Bernoulli (part 4)
- Nicolas Bernoulli (part 2)