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which I have endeavoured, where it was necessary to do so, to exercise my own judgment, will be found in the General Introduction.
I have to acknowledge much kind help and many useful hints from friends, especially from A. O. Prickard, Esq., Fellow and Tutor of New College, who has been always ready with suggestive criticism, and to whom I was indebted for special assistance in writing the notes on the Fourth Book of the Odes. I owe also to his labour, as well as to the kind courtesy of the Provost and Fellows of Queen's College, the collation of the valuable Queen's College MS. which appears in an Appendix to this volume.
II. Horace's Use of the Complementary Infi-
nitive with Verbs and Adjectives
III. Index of Metres used in the Odes and.