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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            Weſtward: </s>
            <s xml:id="echoid-s4366" xml:space="preserve">I ſay, if the Motion of the
            Heavens, which are ſmooth Bodies, may be
            able to carry with it ſo great a part of the
            Elementary World: </s>
            <s xml:id="echoid-s4367" xml:space="preserve">or if the rugged parts
            of the Moon's Body, be able to carry with
            it ſo great a part of the Air, as Fromondus
            (Ant. </s>
            <s xml:id="echoid-s4368" xml:space="preserve">c. </s>
            <s xml:id="echoid-s4369" xml:space="preserve">16.) </s>
            <s xml:id="echoid-s4370" xml:space="preserve">affirms; </s>
            <s xml:id="echoid-s4371" xml:space="preserve">much more then may
            our Earth, which is a rugged mountanous
            Body, be able to turn about ſo little a part
            of the World, as that vaporous Air next
            unto it.</s>
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            <s xml:id="echoid-s4373" xml:space="preserve">Suppoſe the inward Circle to repreſent
            the Earth; </s>
            <s xml:id="echoid-s4374" xml:space="preserve">and the outward, the thicker
            Air which encompaſſes it. </s>
            <s xml:id="echoid-s4375" xml:space="preserve">Now it is eaſily
            conceivable, that the revolution of ſo great
            a Body as this. </s>
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