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With golden locks Aurora aloftP
Friendly whisper: soothes,
Until April breaks its chains, leaping
With fiery wings may I be borne, and may-I-be-able-to
Spontaneously begins melody.
In night's hour.
It is sweet, through radiant heaven's clime,
Around, every flock reposess on plain,
Enjoy the blessings of rest.3
And earth and all the sky is hushed,
Chooseu to celebrate on the flute, Clio,
Bound his wishes.
And adverse fortunes.
IV. Neither the surging sea's ire terrifies him, Nor caverns yawning with a roar : The crashing world’s4 frame would strike him fearless.
EXERCISE VI. “ M. C. Marcellum alloquitur Q. Horatius Flaccus."
May it be allowed,> () pillar of Latin fame,
Happy thy Prince being recovered. 3
Wave shall serve.
Or if thou wish for squadrons, longing to be hailed
Whirlwind of war.
With thy-father'sa skill.
VII. Go, where honour calls thee, go through lofty Regions of glory; on (your) steps: as-you-leadb presses, Versed in your praises,
The rival youth;
Meditating not trivial laurels, and
Pleasant contest! Easy triumphs !
Is greater glory.
a Paternus. b Præčuns, gen.
c Docilis, gen.
Spring, splendid ornament of the returning year, Whom sweet Venus favours, and (to whom) minister The Seasons, 4 wreathing garlands, adorned with rosy
Set me in plains where the doves
Set me where a lofty oak spreads2 darkness,
Muse, may’st thou calmly repose with me,
Above the fickle 8 honour of the mob.3
Nymph, who imitating words, conceal
Haunt the threshold of a cave,8