Wilkins, John, A discovery of a new world : or a discourse tending to prove, that 'tis probable there may be another Habitable World in the Moon ; with a discourse concerning the Probability of a Passage thither; unto which is added, a discourse concerning a New Planet, tending to prove, that 'tis probable our earth is one of the Planets

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That the Earth may be a Planet.
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            nakedneſs of our Forefathers. </s>
            <s xml:space="preserve">That ex-
            cuſe of
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            Acoſta, may juſtly ſerve to miti-
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            gate the Miſtakes of theſe Ancient Divines:
            <s xml:space="preserve">Facilè condonandum eſt patribus, ſi cum cognoſ-
            cendo colendòque Creatori toti vacarent, de
            creaturâ minus aptè aliqua ex parte opinati
            ſunt. </s>
            <s xml:space="preserve">Thoſe good Men were ſo wholly bu-
            ſied about the Knowledg and Worſhip of the
            Creator, that they had not leiſure enough
            for an exact ſearch into the Eſſence of the
            Creatures. </s>
            <s xml:space="preserve">However, theſe Examples that
            have been already cited, may ſufficiently
            manifeſt, how frequently others have been
            deceived, in concluding the Points of Phi-
            loſophy from the Expreſſions of Scrip-
            ture. </s>
            <s xml:space="preserve">And therefore, ’tis not certain, but
            that in the preſent caſe alſo, it may be
            inſufficient for ſuch a manner of argu-
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            <note symbol="a)" position="left" xlink:label="note-0244-01" xlink:href="note-0244-01a" xml:space="preserve">Recog. S</note>
            <note symbol="b)" position="left" xlink:label="note-0244-02" xlink:href="note-0244-02a" xml:space="preserve">Orat.
            cont. I do-
            <note symbol="c)" position="left" xlink:label="note-0244-03" xlink:href="note-0244-03a" xml:space="preserve">In pſal.
            136. 6.</note>
            <note symbol="d)" position="left" xlink:label="note-0244-04" xlink:href="note-0244-04a" xml:space="preserve">In pſ.
            <note symbol="*" position="left" xlink:label="note-0244-05" xlink:href="note-0244-05a" xml:space="preserve">Commen.
            in Iſa. l. 13</note>
            <note symbol="*" position="left" xlink:label="note-0244-06" xlink:href="note-0244-06a" xml:space="preserve">De plant.
            <note position="left" xlink:label="note-0244-07" xlink:href="note-0244-07a" xml:space="preserve">Toſtatus
            in Joſb.
            c. 10 queſt.
            13, 14.</note>
            <note symbol="*" position="left" xlink:label="note-0244-08" xlink:href="note-0244-08a" xml:space="preserve">Tom. 1.
            in Joban.</note>
            <note symbol="*" position="right" xlink:label="note-0245-01" xlink:href="note-0245-01a" xml:space="preserve">De nat.
            novi orbis,