Galilei, Galileo, Discourse concerning the natation of bodies, 1663

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A
DISCOURSE
PRESENTED
TO THE MOST SERENE
Don Coſimo II.
GREAT DUKE
OF
TUSCANY,
CONCERNING
The NATATION of BODIES Vpon,
And SUBMERSION In,
THE
WATER.
By GALILEUS GALILEI: Philoſopher and
Mathematician, unto His moſt Serene Highneſſe.
Engliſhed from the Second Edition of the ITALIAN,
compared with the Manuſcript Copies, and reduced
into PROPOSITIONS:
By THOMAS SALUSBURY, Eſque
LONDON:
Printed by WILLIAM LEYBOURN:
M D C LXIII.

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