The Works of Horace: With English Notes (Classic Reprint)
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Tms edition of Horace is substantially the same with Mr. Macleane's Abridgment of his larger edition in the Bibliotheca Classica. Only such changes have been made in the notes as seemed necessary to adapt them to the use of students in the colleges and schools of the United States. The Arguments of the Odes have been introduced from the larger work; and Dr. Beck's Introduction to the Metres has been appended to the Notes.
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