|(1) From The Inn Album 7:|
See Ars Poet. 185:
Here, as frequently, Browning alters the Horatian line to fit the situation.
|(2) From Pacchiarotto, stanza 16:|
See Carm. 2. 1. 7: incedis per ignis.
|(3) The title of the poem Instans Tyrannus comes from Carm. 3. 3. 3: instantis tyranni.|
|(4) From The Statue and the Bust:|
How strive you? De te fabula!
|(5) From Parleyings wish Certain People of Importance ( Parley-
ings with George Bubb Dodington, stanza 6):|
|(6) In the same section of the same poem we read:|
a reference, of course, to the same Horatian phrase.
|(7) From The Two Poets of Croisic, stanza 75:|
See Epist. 2. 2. 102:
|(8) From The Two Poets of Croisic, stanza 75:|