APA Citation

Horace. (1730). A translation of Horace's epistle to Augustus: In imitation of Lord Roscommon's stile in The art of poetry. Most humbly inscrib'd and dedicated, to His Excellency John Lord Carteret, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. Dublin: printed by A. Rhames, opposite the Pied-Horse in Capel-Street.

Chicago Style Citation

Horace. A Translation of Horace's Epistle to Augustus: In Imitation of Lord Roscommon's Stile in The Art of Poetry. Most Humbly Inscrib'd and Dedicated, to His Excellency John Lord Carteret, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. Dublin: printed by A. Rhames, opposite the Pied-Horse in Capel-Street, 1730.

MLA Citation

Horace. A Translation of Horace's Epistle to Augustus: In Imitation of Lord Roscommon's Stile in The Art of Poetry. Most Humbly Inscrib'd and Dedicated, to His Excellency John Lord Carteret, Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. Dublin: printed by A. Rhames, opposite the Pied-Horse in Capel-Street, 1730.

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