|Galilei, Galileo Dialogues on two world systems 1661, tr. Salusbury, Thomas|
wards by my self, according to my usual custome, make more de
liberate reflexions upon what hath been, and is to be spoken; and
if I should gain no more but this, it will be no small benefit
that I shall be able to discourse more Logically.
SAGR. Therefore, that we may no further weary Salviatus,
we will put a period to the disputations of this day, and re
assume our conference to morrow in the usual manner, with hope
to hear very pleasing novelties.
SIMP. I will leave with you the Book De stellis novis, and car
ry back this of the Conclusions, to see what is written therein a
gainst the Annual motion, which are to be the arguments of our
discourse to morrow.