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BOOK V:

ODE I. TO Mæcenas
- II. The Praises of a Country Life
- Imitated. By Mr. Browne

III. TO Mæcenas
IV. To a Military Tribune
V. On Canidia

VI. To Caflius Severus **
- VII. To the Roman People

*Imitated
- IX. TO Mæcenas

Imitated
X. On Mævius
XI. TO Pettius
XIII. To a Friend
XIV. TO Mæcenas

* Imitated. By a Lady
XV. To Neæra
--- XVI. To the Roman People

- XVII. To Canidia --- XVIII. Canidia's Answer The SECULAR ODE

Page 275 278 281 284 285 287 294 296 298 299 303 305 307 309 312 313 314 316 320 323

325

N.B. Those marked thus * are now first inserted.

E RR A T A. Page 52. line 8. Read the WomanHero's. 54: - 19. For as Nature leads, read in Cypris'

Train. 75 - 11. Read tempore.

13. For Though read Through. 319.

16. Read pubem.

100.

The THIRD BOOK

OF THE

ODES of HORACE.

PROLOGUE.

I

HATE the Vulgar, a licentious Throng!
Be still: To · Maids and Youths my Lays

belong: The 2 Mufes' Priest with due Attention own, Who sings in 3 Strains to Roman Ears unknown!

O DE I.

By Mr. W. DUNCOMBE.
Inscribed to John DUNCOMBE, Efq; late of

Stocks, in the County of Hertford, the
Transator's Brother.

KIN
Ings rule their 4 Flocks with awful Sway;

Yet Kings themselves muít fove obey :
VOL. II.

B

The

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