Borelli, Giovanni Alfonso, De motionibus naturalibus a gravitate pendentibus, 1670

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              dente infrà ſupremam hy­
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              drargyri libellam DE, tunc
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              ſublato digito mercurius
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              profluet ab orificio C quo­
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              uſque altitudo FB extantis
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              hydrargyri ſupra libellam̨
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              DE ſit pedum duorum, &
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              quadrantis, vel vnius cubi­
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              ti, & quadrantis, nec vlte­
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              rius hydrargyrum grauiſſi­
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              mum deſcendit ſemperque
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              ad eamdem altitudinem̨
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              perſeuerat, licèt inclinetur
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              fiſtula, ſcilicèt ducta recta FG parallela horizonti
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              ſummitas hydrargyri ad eamdem horizontalem
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              FG perueniet quomodocumque fiſtula inclinetur.
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              <s id="s.001078">Ipſe Torricellius experimenti inuentor ſagaciſſimè
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              cauſam quoque huius effectus indagauit, animaduer­
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              tit enim nos in infima profunditate oceani aerei de­
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              merſos eſſe, & ſicuti maris aqua vndique fundum̨
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              comprimit per lineas horizonti perpendiculares, ſeù
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              directas verſus centrum telluris, ſic quoque in oceano
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              tèr ſupra horizontis planum, vnde concipi debent cy­
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              lindri aerei perpendicularitèr ſuperficiem hydrargy­
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              ri DE ſupremam comprimentes; quia verò eadem̨
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              libella mercurij DE comprimitur quoque in ſitu B à
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