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y the Grace of God, King of Gre ; Defender of the Faith, &c. To Greeting. Whereas our Trufty and r City of London, Bookfeller, hath h ne hath been at a very great Expence 1 he works of Horace and Virgil tranflated into English Profe, with C Hiftorical, Geographical, and Clafical Notes in English, from t Commentators, both antient and modern, Together with the Latin Te in Order of Conftruction; Which Works he is now publishing in La English Profe, with the aforefaid Notes, in Octavo, and propofes t lifh all the other Latin Authors in the fame Manner: And hath t bumbly befought Us to grant him Our Royal Privilege and Licence for printing, publishing, and vending the aforefaid Works of Horace and and all the other Latin Authors in the fame Manner, for the Term of teen Years; We being willing to give all due Encouragement to Works. Nature, which tend to the Advancement of Learning, are graciously: to condefcend to his Requeft; and do therefore, by thefe Prefents, fo may be agreeable to the Statute in that Behalf made and provided, unto the faid Jofeph Davidson, his Executors, Administrators, and A Our Royal Licence for the fole printing, publishing, and vending th Works, for the Term of Fourteen Years, to be computed from the hereof; ftrictly forbidding all Our Subjects, within Our Kingdom Dominions to reprint the fame, either in the like, or any other Volu Volumes whatsoever; or to Import, Buy, Vend, Utter, or Diftribut Copies thereof, Reprinted beyond the Seas, during the aforefaid Te Fourteen Years, without the Confent or Approbation of the faid Davidjen, his Heirs, Executors, and Affigns, under their Hands and first had and obtained, as they will answer the contrary at their 1 Whereof the Commiffioners and other Officers of our Customs, the M Wardens, and Company of Stationers are to take Notice, that due dience may be rendered to our Pleasure therein declared.
Given at our Court at St. James's the Twenty-fourth Day of Febr 1741-2, and in the Fifteenth Year of our Reign,
Ey His Majefty's Command,
ART of POETRY
As near the ORIGINAL as the different Idioms of the
The LATIN TEXT and ORDER OF CONSTRUCTION in the
A PREFACE to each SATIRS and EPISTLE, illuftrating their Di
For the Ufe of SCHOOLS as well as of PRIVATE GENTLEMEN.
The FIFTH EDITION, Corrected.
Printed by the Affignment of JOSEPH DAVIDSON; and fold by