GALILÆUS Galilæus Lyncæus, HIS SYSTEME OF THE WORLD.
The Second Dialogue.
INTERLOCVTORS.SALVIATUS, SAGREDUS, and SIMPLICIUS.
SALV. The yester-dayes diversions which led us out of the path of our principal discourse, were such and so many, that I know not how I can without your assistance recover the track in which I am to proceed.
SAGR. I wonder not, that you, who have your fancy charged and laden with both what hath been, and is to be spoken, do find your self in some confusion; but I, who as being onely an Auditor, have nothing to burthen my memory withal, but such things as I have heard, may happily by a succinct rehearsal of them, recover the first thred of our Discourse. As far therefore as my memory serves me, the sum of yesterdayes conferences were an examination of the Prin-M ciples