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THE CAMBRIAN JOURNAL ALBAN \lk M ARTHAN. (■WINTER SOLSTICE.) GENERAL LITERATURE. DRUIDISM. /|\ It is sad and strange that, in matters connected with our early history, men of learning and intelligence should despise our own native traditions, and seek for informa¬ tion from foreign sources. In Caesar's time it was cur¬ rently reported that Druidism had originated in Britain; and it was a fact, that such as were not well acquainted with the system on the continent, used to repair hither for the purpose of acquiring a more perfect knowledge of it. As we have traditions on the subject, and, more¬ over, as there exists among us an order of men who profess to form a link of the chain which communicates with prehistoric times, and to be in possession of the views and doctrines of Druidism, as they were taught of VOL. II. 2 L