351171That the Earth may be a Planet.
Inſomuch that here Fromondus is fain 11Antariſt.

cap. 18.

Veſt.tract.

4. cap. 3. confeſs, Nullo Argumento in ſpeciem probabi-

liori, motum terræ annuum a Copernicanis a-

ſtrui, quam illo ſtationis, directionis, regreſſio-

nis Planitarum. There is not any more pro-

bable Argument to prove the Annual Moti-

on of the Earth, than its agreeableneſs to the

ſtation, direction, and regreſſion of the Planets.

cap. 18.

Veſt.tract.

4. cap. 3. confeſs, Nullo Argumento in ſpeciem probabi-

liori, motum terræ annuum a Copernicanis a-

ſtrui, quam illo ſtationis, directionis, regreſſio-

nis Planitarum. There is not any more pro-

bable Argument to prove the Annual Moti-

on of the Earth, than its agreeableneſs to the

ſtation, direction, and regreſſion of the Planets.

Laſtly, That Copernicus's Syſteme of the

Heavens, is very anſvverable to the exacteſt

Obſervations, may be manifeſt from this

follovving deſcription of it.

17[Figure 17]Heavens, is very anſvverable to the exacteſt

Obſervations, may be manifeſt from this

follovving deſcription of it.