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Excerpt from The Progress of Idolatry, Vol. 1: A Poem, in Ten Books; The Three Ordeals, or the Triumph of Virtue, in Five Cantos; Studley Priory, and Other Poems; With Explanatory Notes, Etchings of the Principal Hindu Deities, and Other Plates

How far he may have succeeded in this attempt, his readers will decide but he hopes that his motives may atone for any faults in the execution of the work. If he shall have contributed to convey any information upon a variety of important and interesting subjects to the young and inexperienced: if he shall have awakened the attention of the careless and thoughtless, or have brought doctrines already known to the recollection of those who are better informed: if he shall have confirmed any in their correct and orthodox principles, or excited any religious feelings in their minds: he will have accomplished every object he had in view, and will consider his labours as well rewarded.

As for the lighter poems, they are calculated only for amusement. But the Author has the satisfaction of re¿ecting, that nothing will be found in them which can offend against the purest feeling of religion, morality, or delicacy.

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