A CRITICAL DISSERTATION ON The Origin and Progress of LYRICK POETRY and SATIRE amongst the Ancients.
|Book Title||The satires, epistles, and art of poetry of Horace, translated into English prose, as near as the propriety of the two languages will admit. Together with the original Latin from the best editions. Wherein the words of the Latin text are ranged in their grammatical order; the ellipses carefully supplied; the observations of the most valuable commentators, both antient and modern, represented; and the author's design and beautiful descriptions fully set forth in a key annexed to each poem; with notes geographical, historical, and critical: also the various readings of Dr. Bentley. The whole adapted to the capacities of youth at school, as well as of private gentlemen. ... To which is prefixed a critical dissertation on Horace and his writings|
|Publisher||J. Oswald, at the Rose and Crown, near the Mansion-house|
|View on Gale Primary Sources||CB0129206667|