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Af- ter paying due attention to the antient poets and hi Aononsr from wtiom ,che moil authentic information can }ft receiv^di the labors of more mf- dem authors have been confulted. nodem Latin and Eneliih wiiters suid comai^ht|itprs» the author muftr npc fac|e( IQ qiol^; a pub Uc ocbu^k^En^^t gf |^ .^fiftai KP be bas likewife A a received iv PREFACE. In the Sicclcs Payens of T Ab- be Sabaticr de Callres, he has found ail the informrition which judici- ous criicifin, and a perfect knowledge of heathen mythology could pro- cure. and every compofidon, difling^n^ied for the ciearnefs and perfpicuity of hi^uicol narradon,;cif geogmplpiciri 4ef- criptions, has been carefully exojpu^. The compofitions of TAbbe iianier, have Mi been ufeful« ^ajia ijj die Diftionaire Kiflorique, of a liii rary fociety, printed at Caen, a trea- fore of original anccdoics, and a candid felcc Uon and arrangment of hif- torical fatts have been difcovcred. Google Book Search helps readers discover the world's books while helping authors and publishers reach new audiences. :r :; ' PREFACE, IN thi^ following pages it has been the wiih of the Author to give the i Boft accorate and (ktisfadtoiy account of all the proper names whic)» occor in reading the daffies, and by a j^dicious cblleffion of anec- ^ dotes and hifloncal h£U, to draw a picture of antient times, not left ! Such a work, it is hoped, will not be deemed an uielefs acqutiition in the hands of the pid Iic, and while the ftodent is inx* dated 19 the knowledse of hiflanr and mythology, and fiuni Umised with the antient fitnation and extent of kingdmns and aties chat no longer exifl, the man of letters may perhaps find it not a contempdble companion, from w Uch be may receive infbmuuion, and be made, a lecond time, acquain M with many important pardcolart which time, or more laborious occupatiott$ may have crazed from His memory.
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