<p type="head"> <s>THE <lb/>
Ancient and Modern <lb/>
OF <lb/>
Holy Fathers, <lb/>
AND <lb/>
Iudicious Divines,</s></p>

<p type="head"> <s>CONCERNING</s></p>

<p type="head"> <s>The ra&longs;h citation of the Te&longs;timony of SACRED <lb/>
SCRIPTURE, in Conclu&longs;ions meerly Natural, and <lb/>
that may be proved by Sen&longs;ible Experiments, and <lb/>
Nece&longs;&longs;ary Demon&longs;trations.</s></p>

<p type="head"> <s>Written, &longs;ome years &longs;ince, to Gratifie The mo&longs;t SERENE <lb/>
CHRISTINA LOTHARINGA, <emph type="italics"/>Arch&shy;<lb/>
Dutche&longs;s<emph.end type="italics"/> of <emph type="italics"/>TVSCANR<emph.end type="italics"/>;</s></p>

<p type="head"> <s>By GALIL&AElig;O GALIL&AElig;I, A Gentleman of <lb/>
<emph type="italics"/>Florence,<emph.end type="italics"/> and Chief Philo&longs;opher and Mathematician to <lb/>
His mo&longs;t Serene Highne&longs;s the Grand <emph type="italics"/>DVKE.<emph.end type="italics"/></s></p>

<p type="head"> <s><emph type="italics"/>And now rendred into Engli&longs;h from the Italian,<emph.end type="italics"/><lb/>
BY <lb/>

<p type="main"> <s><emph type="italics"/>Naturam Rerum invenire, difficile; &amp; ubi inveneris, indicare <lb/>
in vulgus, nefas.<emph.end type="italics"/> Plato.</s></p>

<p type="head"> <s><emph type="italics"/>LONDON,<emph.end type="italics"/><lb/>
Printed by WILLIAM LEYBOURN, 1661.</s></p>

</section> </front> <body> <chap>