||epodes, and carmen seculare of Horace, translated into English prose, as near the original as the different idioms of the Latin and English languages will allow: with the Latin text and order of construction in the opposite page, and Critical, Historical, Geographical, and Classical notes, in English; from the best commentators, both antient and modern. And A Preface to each Ode, illustrating its Difficulties, and shewing its several Ornaments and Design. Also The Method of Scanning the several Sorts of Verse made use of by Horace; and a Table, shewing at one View of what Sort of Verse each Ode consists. For the Use of Schools as well as of Private Gentlemen.
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