Galilei, Galileo, The systems of the world, 1661

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              <s>THE
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              SYSTEME
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              OF THE
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              WORLD:
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              IN FOUR
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              DIALOGUES.
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              <s>Wherein the Two
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              GRAND SYSTEMES</s>
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              <s>Of
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              PTOLOMY
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              and
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              COPERNICUS
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              are largely diſcourſed of:</s>
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              <s>And the
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              REASONS,
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              both
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              Phyloſophical
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              and
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              Phyſical,
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              as well on the one ſide as the other,
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              impartially
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              and
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              indefinitely
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              propounded:</s>
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              <s>By
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              GALILEUS GALILEUS LINCEUS,
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              A
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              Gentleman
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              of
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              FLORENCE:
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              Extraordinary
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              Profeſſor
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              of
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              the
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              Mathematicks
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              in the UNIVERSITY of
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              PISA
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              ; and
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              Chief
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              Mathematician
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              to the GRAND DUKE of
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              TVSCANY.
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              </s>
            </p>
            <p type="head">
              <s>
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              Ingliſhed from the
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              Original
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              Italián
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              Copy,
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              by
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              THOMAS SALUSBURY.</s>
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            <p type="head">
              <s>ALCINOUS,
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                <foreign lang="grc">Δεῑ δ̓ ἐλευγέριον εἰ̄ναι τῃ̄ γνωμῃ̄ ρ̀ν μέλλοντα φιλοσοφεῑν.</foreign>
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            </p>
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              <s>SENECA,
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              Inter nullos magis quam inter PHILOSOPHOS eſſe debet aqua LIBERTAS.
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              <s>
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              LONDON,
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              Printed by WILLIAM LEYBOURNE. MDCLXI.</s>
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