Horace: The Epistles, book I-II. The Art of poetry. Appendix, containing translations of various odes, etc

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Harper & Bro., 1846
 

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To Celsus Albinovanus e
27
To Claudius Nero
28
To Aristius Fuscus
29
To Bullatius
31
To Iccius
32
To Vinius Asella
33
To his Steward in the Country
34
To Wala
36
To Quintius e
38
To Scaeva e
41
To Lollius e
44
To Maecenas
49
To his Book
51
To Augustus ?
53
To Julius Florus e
63
THE ART OF POETRY e e e
75
TRANSLATIONS OF WARIOUS ODES
93
To Maecenas By William Broome D D
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To Augustus By Arthur Maynwaring
96
To the Ship in which Virgil sailed to Athens By John Dryden
98
To Sestius By Archdeacon Wrangham
100
W To Pyrrha By John Milton
101
The Same By Leigh Hunt Esq Ode VI To Agrippa By Gilbert Wakefield
102
1X To Thaliarchus By Robert Montgomery
103
The Same By Sir Edward Sherburne Ode XI To Leuconoe By Samuel Boyse
106
Hymn to Jove Christopher Pitt XIII To Lydia By Sir William Temple
109
The Prophecy of Nereus By Elizabeth Carter
110
To Tyndaris By Mr Marriott
111
On Glycera By Chatterton
112
The Same By Congreve Ode XXII To Aristius Fuscus By the Hon W
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The Same By John Scoones Esq Ode XXIII To Chloe By Lord Glenbervie
116
The Same By Mr Glanvil Ode XXIV To Virgil By the Rev R N French xxyto Lydia By the Rev William Gostling XXVITo his Muse By the Rev ...
119
To his Companions By Professor Porson
120
A Mariner and the Ghost of Archytas By Charles Badham M D F R S
121
To Iccius By B A Marshall
122
XXXITo Apollo By N L Torre Esq XXXIV By Dr Ridley
124
BOOK II
125
To Crispus Sallustius By John Taylor
127
The Same By Fdward Bagnall Esq Ode III To Dellius By J Merivale Esq
129
To Xanthias Phoceus By Richard Duke W By Thomas Creech
131
To Licinius By Sir Philip Sidney
132
To Pompeius Grosphus By Thomas otway
138
IITo his Friends By Dean Swift
144
The Frogs desiring a King
2
The vain Jackdaw IV The Dog in the River VThe Heifer Goat Sheep and Lion
4
WI The Frogs and Sun VII The Fox and Tragic Mask VIII The Wolf and Crane
5
IXThe Hare and the Sparrow X The Wolf and Fox with the Ape Judge
6
The Ass and Lion Hunting
7
The Stag at the Fountain XIII The Fox and the Crow
8
The Cobbler turned Doctor
9
The Sapient Ass for thei XVI The Sheep the stag and the wolf
10
The Sheep the Dog and the Wolf XIX The Bitch and her Puppies
11
The hungry Dogs e XXI The old Lion
12
The Man and the Weasel
13
The Faithful HouseDog XXIV The Proud Frog XXV The Dog and the Crocodil
14
The Fox and the Stork xvii The Dog Treasure and vulture XXVIII The Fox and Fagle
15
The Frogs and Bulls
16
The Kite and the Doves
17
js FOC I 4
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The BaldPate Dupe
19
The Man and the Dog IV The Eagle the Cat and the Sow
20
W Caesar and his Slave
21
The Eagle Carrion Crow and the Tortoise
22
The Mules and Robbers VIII The Stag and the Oxen
23
Epilogue
25
Prologue to Eutychus Fable I The Old Woman and Empty Cask
28
The Panther and Shepherds
29
The Apes Head
30
Esop and the Insolent Fellow WThe Fly and the Mule WI The Dog and the Wolf
31
The Brother and Sister
32
A Saying of Socrates IX Of Doubt and Credulity
33
The Cock and the Pearl XII The Bees and the Drones
36
Esop Playing e
37
The Dog and the Lamb XV The Owl and the Grasshopper
38
The Trees Protected
39
Juno and the Peacock
40
Esop and the Importunate Fellow XIX The Ass and Priests of Cybele BOOK IV
41
ProLogue FABLE I The Weasel and Mice e
43
The Fox and the Grapes III The Horse and Boar
44
Esop and the Will
45
W The Battle of the Mice and Weasels VI Phaedrus to the Cavillers
47
The Viper and the File VIII The Fox and the Goat
49
The Two Bags
50
Epilogue to Eutychus
58
Fie iſiemetrius and Menander
64
The Sick Kite
72

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