GALILÆUS Gailæus Lyncæus, HIS SYSTEME OF THE WORLD.
The Fourth Dialogue.
INTERLOCVTORS.SALVIATUS, SAGREDUS, & SIMPLICIUS.
SAGR. I know not whether your return to our accustomed conferences hath really been later than usual, or whether the desire of hearing the thoughts of Salviatus,touching a matter so curious, hath made me think it so: But I have tarried a long hour at this window, expecting every moment when the Gondolawould appear that I sent to fetch you.
SALV. I verily believe that your imagination more than our tarriance hath prolonged the time: and to make no longer de-
murre, it would be well, if without interposing more words, we came to the matter it self; and did shew, that nature hath permitted (whether the business in rei veritate be so, or else to play Bbb 2 and
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