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GODS OF HOMER AND VIRGIL;
MYTHOLOGY FOR CHILDREN.
BY THE AUTHORS OF THE PEARL,' 'THE MUSES RESPONSE,' URANIA,' &c.
JOSEPH THOMAS, 1, FINCH LANE, CORNHILL;
Titan, heaven's first-born,
With his enormous brood, and birth-right seized
Of Doric land; or who with Saturn old,
And o'er the Celtic roamed the utmost isles.
"It is observable, that in all ages and regions, the several nations of the world, however various and opposite in their characters, inclinations, and manners, have always united in one essential point,—the inherent opinion of an adoration due to a Supreme Being, and of external methods necessary to evince such a belief. Into whatever country we cast our eyes, we find priests, altars, sacrifices, festivals, religious ceremonies,