"But he said, that Vulcan was the most imprudent of them all, because he did not make a Window in the Man's Breast, that he might see what his Thoughts were, whether he designed some Trick, or whether he intended what he spoke."
— Pomey, FranÃ§ois (1618-1673)
Text from The Pantheon, Representing the Fabulous Histories of the Heathen Gods, and Most Illustrious Heroes; in a Short, Plain, and Familiar Method, by Way of Dialogue. Revised, Corrected, Amended, and Illustrated With New Copper Cuts of the Several Deities. For the Use of Schools. By Andrew Tooke, A. M. Late Professor of Geometry in Gresham College, and Master of the Charter-House-School. (London: Printed for C. Bathurst, J. Rivington, B. Law, G. Keith, S. Bladon, G. Robinson, R. Baldwin, and W. Stuart, 1778). <Link to ESTC><Link to Google Books>
See also The Pantheon, Representing the Fabulous Histories of the Heathen Gods, in a Short, Plain and Familiar Method by Way of Dialogue. For the Use of Schools. Written by Francis Pomey, of the Society of Jesus, Author of the Fren[ch] and LÃ¦tin Dictionary: For the Use of the Dauphin. Translated by J.A.B. M.A. (London: Printed by Benj. Motte for Robert Clavel, and Charles Harper; at the Peacock in St. Paulâ€™s Church-Yard, and the Flower-de luce, in Fleet-street, 1694).