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FOR J. BUCKLAND, J. RIVINGTON AND SONS, T. PAYNE
AND SON, L. DAVIS, B. WHITE AND SON, T. LONGMAN,
ARGU Μ Ε Ν N T.
The Arrival of Ulysses in Ithaca. ULYSSES takes his leave of Alcinous and Arete, and
embarks in the evening, Next morning the ship arrives at Ithaca ; where the failors, as Ulysses is yet Neeping, lay him on the shore with all his treasures. On their return Neptune changes their ship into a rock. In the mean time Ulysses, awaking, knows not his native Ithaca, by reason of a mift which Pollas had cast round him. He breaks into loud lamentations : till the Goddess, appearing to him in the form of a shepherd, discovers the country, to him, and points out the particular places. He then tells a feigned ftory of his adventures, upon
which she manifefts herself, and they consult together of the measures to be taken to destroy the suitors. To conceal his return, and disguise his person the more effectually, the changes him into the figure of an old beggar.