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(10) Iota t my, Soul! Vorse, PJ As our Poet has mentioned Horace, I presume he is here alluding to this Passage in his I. Serp:9, 9. &id agis, dulcisine rerum P
- his Rider. - o The Pedant here, to run down Imitation, shews that it is a Quality within the Capacity of Beasts : that the Dog and the Ape are taught to copy Tricks by their Master and Keeper ; and so is the tird Horse by his Rider. This last is a wonderful Instance ; but it happens not to be true. Mr. Warburton ingeniously saw, that **
the Author must have wrote—the tried Horse his Rider. - * -
i. e. One, exercis'd, and broke to the Manage : for he eboys severy *gn, and Motion of the Rein, or of his Rider.