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

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              for it to remain, than another Body that is leſs grave. </s>
              <s>And this
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              is the only true proper and abſolute Cauſe of Natation and Sub­
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              merſion, ſo that nothing elſe hath part therein: and the Board of the
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              Adverſaries ſwimmeth, when it is conjoyned with as much Air,
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              as, together with it, doth form a Body leſs grave than ſo much water
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              as would fill the place that the ſaid Compound occupyes in the
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              water; but when they ſhall demit the ſimple Ebony into
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              the water, according to the Tenour of our Que­
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              ſtion, it ſhall alwayes go to the bottom,
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              though it were as thin as a
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              Paper.</s>
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              Lib. 4. c. </s>
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              Text 45.</s>
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              FINIS.
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