Cassandra; the sister of Paris, who had received from Apollo the gift of prophecy, as a reward for an eventual compliance with his desires: but when she was once in possession of it, she refused to grant what she had promised. The God, unable to recall his gift, re-entfully added this circumstance to it,--That her prediction, though true, should never he regarded.
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