The Odes and Epodes of Horace, a metrical tr. into Engl., with intr. and comm., by lord Lytton. With Lat. text

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TO MÆCENAS ON THE ANNIVERSARY OF HORACEs ESCAPE FROM THE FALLING TREE
250
IX THE RECONCILIATION
254
TO LYCE 250 254
258
TO THE LYRE XII NEOBULES SOLILOQUY XIII TO THE BANDUSIAN FOUNTAIN XIV ON THE ANTICIPATED RETURN OF AUGUSTUS ...
284
XIX TO TELEPHUS IN HONOUR OF MURENAS INSTALLA TION IN THE COLLEGE OF AUGURS
286
OMITTED
289
TO MY CASK
290
TO PHIDYLE
296
ON THE MONEYSEEKING TENDENCIES OF THE
300
HYMN TO BACCHUS
306
VENUS
310
TO GALATEA UNDERTAKING A JOURNEY
312
ON THE FEASTDAY OF NEPTUNE 286 290 294 296
320
INVITATION TO MAECENAS
322
PREDICTION OF HIS OWN FUTURE FAME
328
THE SECULAR HYMN
332
TO IULUS ANTONIUS
348
TO MELPOMENE
356
IN PRAISE OF DRUSUS AND THE RACE OF THE NEROS
360
TO AUGUSTUS THAT HE WOULD HASTEN HIS RETURN TO ROME
368
TO APOLLO
374
TO TORQUATUS
378
TO CENSORINUS
382
TO LOLLIUS
386
OMITTED
391
TO PHYLLIS
392
INVITATION TO VIRGIL
396
TO LYCE A FADED BEAUTY
400
TO AUGUSTUS AFTER THE VICTORIES OF TIBERIUS
404
XV TO AUGUSTUS ON THE RESTORATION OF PEACE
410
THE EPODES
415
INTRODUCTION
416
E PODE I TO MÆCENAS
418
ALFIUS THE CHARMS OF RURAL LIFE
422
TO MÆCENAS IN EXECRATION OF GARLIC
428
AGAINST AN UPSTART
432
ON THE WITCH CANIDIA
436
AGAINST CASSIUS
448
TO THE ROMANS
450
OMITTED
451
TO MÆCENAS
452
ON MÆVIUS SETTING OUT ON A VOYAGE
456
XI and xII OMITTED
459
TO FRIENDS
460
TO MÆCENAS IN EXCUSE FOR INDOLENCE IN COM PLETING THE VERSES HE HAD PROMISED
464
TO NEARA
466
XVI TO THE ROMAN PEOPLE OR RATHER TO HIS OWN POLITICAL FRIENDS
470
TO CANIDIAIN APOLOGY
478
CANIDIAS REPLY
484

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