Please note: English translations for many of Galileo's original works are available in The Essential Galileo, which is held in Bortz Library's collections. Additional translations of Galileo's works may also be available in other books held in the library collections.
Below you will find links to additional primary sources that are available for free online.
An English translation of Francesco Ingoli's 1616 letter disputing the Copernican system is available as an appendix in Setting Aside All Authority: Giovanni Battista Riccioli and the Science Against Copernicus in the Age of Galileo. This text is an ebook in the Bortz Library Collections (you may have to use your HSC login credentials to view this item):
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