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

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              <s>A
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              DISCOURSE
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              PRESENTED
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              TO THE MOST SERENE
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              Don Coſimo II.
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              GREAT DUKE
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              OF
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              TUSCANY,
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              CONCERNING
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              The
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              NATATION
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              of BODIES Vpon,
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              And
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              SUBMERSION
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              In,
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              THE
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              WATER.</s>
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              <s>By GALILEUS GALILEI: Philoſopher and
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              Mathematician, unto His moſt Serene Highneſſe.</s>
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              <s>Engliſhed from the Second Edition of the ITALIAN,
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              THOMAS SALUSBURY,
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