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Author: Horace.
Title: Odes of Horace the best of lyrick poets contayning much morallity, and sweetnesse. Selected, and translated by Sr: T:H: 1625.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Odes of Horace the best of lyrick poets contayning much morallity, and sweetnesse. Selected, and translated by Sr: T:H: 1625.
Horace., T.H., d. 1640,

Imprinted at London: By A[ugustine]: M[athewes]: for Will: Lee and are to be sold at his shoppe in Fleet-street, at the signe of the Goulden Bucke, [1625]
Alternate titles: Selections. English
Notes:
Sr: T:H: = Sir Thomas Hawkins.
Includes four of the Epodes.
The title page is engraved.
Printer's name from STC.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A03674.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Reader.
Jn Fidelissimum HORATII inter∣pretem T. H. Equitem Auratum.
To the Translatour.
To his worthie Friend, Sr. T. H. Knight, vpon his Translation.
To my Noble Friend, Sir T. H. Knight.
In laudem Authoris. Oda, In quâ Versiones nonnullae ab eodem factae praenotantur.
V. Cl. T. H. Equiti Aurato, Suo.
ODES OF HORACE.
The First Booke.
Ode. I. To MAECENAS.
Ode II. To AVGVSTVS CAESAR.
Ode XXII. To ARISTIVS.
Ode XXIV. To VIRGILL.
Ode XXVIII.
Ode XXXI. To APOLLO.
Ode XXXIV. To HIMSELFE.
Ode XXXV. To FORTVNE.
ODES OF HORACE.
The Second Booke.
Ode. II. To C. SALVSTIVS CRISPVS.
Ode III. To DELIVS.
Ode IX. To VALGIVS.
Ode X. To LICINIVS.
Ode XI. To QVINTVS HIRPINVS.
Ode XIV. To POSTHVMVS.
Ode. XV.
Ode XVI. TO GROSPHVS.
Ode XVII. TO MAECENAS being sicke.
Ode XVIII.
ODES OF HORACE.
The Third Booke.
Ode I.
Ode II. To his FRIENDS.
Ode. III.
Ode VI. To The ROMANS.
Ode IX. To LYDIA.
Ode XIV. To the ROMAN PEOPLE.
Ode XVI. To MAECENAS.
Ode XXIV.
Ode XXVIII. To LYDE.
Ode XXIX. To MAECENAS.
Ode XXX. To MELPOMENE.
ODES OF HORACE.
The Fourth Booke.
Ode III. To MELPOMENE.
Ode V. To AVGSTVS.
Ode VII. To LVCIVS MANLIVS TORQVATVS.
Ode VIII. To MARTIVS CENSORINVS.
Ode XIII. To VIRGILL.
Ode XIII. Against LYCE.
Ode XV.
CERTAINE EPODS OF HORACE
Epod I. To MAECEMAS.
Epod II.
Epod VII. To the people of ROME.
Epod. XIII.