Boyle, Robert, New experiments physico-mechanicall, touching the spring of the air and its effects, 1660

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              But as to this particular (give
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              Since the Mountain
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              cannot come to
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              Mahomet,
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              Mahomet
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              will go to the
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              Mountain
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              : I mean thus;
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              Becauſe many witty Men, Per­
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              ſons of Honor and Eſtate eſpe­
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              cially, may be ſuppoſ'd to be a­
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              ble to make a better account, by
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              learning Languages; And be­
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              cauſe (as I may judge) the no­
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              ble Author is willing to oblige all
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              Men, He has already provi­
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              ly be done into Latine, that ſo
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