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Title: Index of the Project Gutenberg Works of Lord Byron
Author: Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron
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WORKS OF

LORD BYRON
(George Gordon Noël Byron)


CONTENTS

##  THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, Vol. 1

##  THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, Vol. 2

##  THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, Vol. 3

##  THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, Vol. 4

##  THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, Vol. 5, Poetry

##  THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, Vol. 6, Poetry

##  THE COMPLETE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, Vol. 7

##  THE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, LETTERS AND JOURNALS, Vol. 1

##  THE WORKS OF LORD BYRON LETTERS AND JOURNALS, Vol. 2

##  FUGITIVE PIECES

##  CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE

##  DON JUAN

A DAY WITH LORD BYRON



TABLES OF CONTENTS OF VOLUMES



THE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, Vol. 1 (of 7)
Poetical Works


CONTENTS
Preface Poems on Various Occasions: facsimile of title page and Byron's disclaimer Bibliographical Note to 'Hours of Idleness' and Other Early Poems
facsimiles of title pages of two different editions
Bibliographical Note to English Bards and Scotch Reviewers
facsimile of title page of English Bards, including Byron's signature
Hours of Idleness and other Early Poems
Fugitive Pieces
On Leaving Newstead Abbey
To E——
On the Death of a Young Lady, Cousin to the Author, and very dear to Him
To D——
To Caroline
To Caroline
To Emma
Fragments of School Exercises: From the Prometheus Vinctus of Æschylus
Lines written in "Letters of an Italian Nun and an English Gentleman, by J.J. Rousseau: Founded on Facts"
Answer to the Foregoing, Addressed to Miss——
On a Change of Masters at a Great Public School
Epitaph on a Beloved Friend
Adrian's Address to his Soul when Dying
A Fragment
To Caroline
To Caroline
On a Distant View of the Village and School of Harrow on the Hill, 1806
Thoughts Suggested by a College Examination
To Mary, on Receiving Her Picture
On the Death of Mr. Fox
To a Lady who Presented to the Author a Lock of Hair Braided with his own, and appointed a Night in December to meet him in the Garden
To a Beautiful Quaker
To Lesbia!
To Woman
An Occasional Prologue, Delivered by the Author Previous to the Performance of "The Wheel of Fortune" at a Private Theatre
To Eliza
The Tear
Reply to some Verses of J.M.B. Pigot, Esq., on the Cruelty of his Mistress
Granta. A Medley
To the Sighing Strephon
The Cornelian
To M——
Lines Addressed to a Young Lady. [As the Author was discharging his Pistols in a Garden, Two Ladies passing near the spot were alarmed by the sound of a Bullet hissing near them, to one of whom the following stanzas were addressed the next morning]
Translation from Catullus. Ad Lesbiam
Translation of the Epitaph on Virgil and Tibullus, by Domitius Marsus
Imitation of Tibullus. Sulpicia ad Cerinthum
Translation from Catullus. Lugete Veneres Cupidinesque
Imitated from Catullus. To Ellen
Poems on Various Occasions
To M. S. G.
Stanzas to a Lady, with the Poems of Camoëns
To M. S. G.
Translation from Horace. Justum et tenacem, etc.
The First Kiss of Love
Childish Recollections
Answer to a Beautiful Poem, Written by Montgomery, Author of The Wanderer in Switzerland, etc., entitled The Common Lot
Love's Last Adieu
Lines Addressed to the Rev. J.T. Becher, on his advising the Author to mix more with Society
Answer to some Elegant Verses sent by a Friend to the Author, complaining that one of his descriptions was rather too warmly drawn
Elegy on Newstead Abbey.
Hours of Idleness
To George, Earl Delawarr
Damætas
To Marion
Oscar of Alva
Translation from Anacreon. Ode 1
From Anacreon. Ode 3
The Episode of Nisus and Euryalus. A Paraphrase from the Æneid, Lib. 9
Translation from the Medea of Euripides [L. 627-660]
Lachin y Gair
To Romance
The Death of Calmar and Orla
To Edward Noel Long, Esq.
To a Lady
Poems Original and Translated
When I Roved a Young Highlander
To the Duke of Dorset
To the Earl of Clare
I would I were a Careless Child
Lines Written beneath an Elm in the Churchyard of Harrow
Early Poems from Various Sources
Fragment, Written Shortly after the Marriage of Miss Chaworth. First published in Moore's Letters and Journals of Lord Byron, 1830, i. 56
Remembrance. First published in Works of Lord Byron, 1832, vii. 152
To a Lady Who Presented the Author with the Velvet Band which bound her Tresses. Works, 1832, vii. 151
To a Knot of Ungenerous Critics. MS. Newstead
Soliloquy of a Bard in the Country. MS. Newstead
L'Amitié est L'Amour sans Ailes. Works, 1832, vii. 161
The Prayer of Nature. Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 106
Translation from Anacreon. Ode 5. MS. Newstead
Ossian's Address to the Sun in "Carthon." MS. Newstead
Pignus Amoris. MS. Newstead
A Woman's Hair. Works, 1832, vii. 151
Stanzas to Jessy. Monthly Literary Recreations, July, 1807
The Adieu. Works, 1832, vii. 195
To——MS. Newstead
On the Eyes of Miss A—— H—— MS. Newstead
To a Vain Lady. Works, 1832, vii. 199
To Anne. Works, 1832, vii. 201
Egotism. A Letter to J.T. Becher. MS. Newstead
To Anne. Works, 1832, vii. 202
To the Author of a Sonnet Beginning, "'Sad is my verse,' you say, 'and yet no tear.'" Works, 1832, vii. 202
On Finding a Fan. Works, 1832, 203
Farewell to the Muse. Works, 1832, vii. 203
To an Oak at Newstead. Works, 1832, vii. 206
On Revisiting Harrow. Letters and Journals, i. 102
To my Son. Letters and Journals, i. 104
Queries to Casuists. MS. Newstead
Song. Breeze of the Night. MS. Lovelace
To Harriet. MS. Newstead
There was a Time, I need not name. Imitations and Translations, 1809, p. 200
And wilt Thou weep when I am low? Imitations and Translations, 1809, p. 202
Remind me not, Remind me not. Imitations and Translations, 1809, p. 197
To a Youthful Friend. Imitations and Translations, 1809, p. 185
Lines Inscribed upon a Cup Formed from a Skull. First published, Childe Harold, Cantos i., ii. (Seventh Edition), 1814
Well! Thou art Happy. Imitations and Translations, 1809, p. 192
Inscription on the Monument of a Newfoundland Dog. Imitations and Translations, 1809, p. 190
To a Lady, On Being asked my reason for quitting England in the Spring. Imitations and Translations, 1809, p. 195
Fill the Goblet Again. A Song. Imitations and Translations, 1809, p. 204
Stanzas to a Lady, on Leaving England. Imitations and Translations, 1809, p. 227
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers
Preface
Introduction
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers
Postscript to the Second Edition
Hints from Horace
Introduction
Hints from Horace
The Curse of Minerva
Notes to this edition
Introduction
The Curse of Minerva
The Waltz
Introduction
Note to this edition
Preface
The Waltz



THE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, Vol. 2 (of 7)
POETRY. Vol. II.
Edited By Ernest Hartley Coleridge


CONTENTS OF VOLUME II.
CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE
Preface to Vol. II. of the Poems	v
Introduction to the First and Second Cantos	ix
Notes on the MSS. of the First and Second Cantos	xvi
Itinerary	xxi
Preface to the First and Second Cantos	3
To Ianthe	11
Canto the First	15
Notes	85
Canto the Second	97
Notes	165
Introduction to Canto the Third	211
Canto the Third	215
Notes	291
Introduction to Canto the Fourth	311
Original Draft, etc., of Canto the Fourth	316
Dedication	321
Canto the Fourth	327
Historical Notes by J. C. Hobhouse	465



THE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, Vol. 3 (of 7)
Poetry. Vol. III.
Edited By Ernest Hartley Coleridge
CONTENTS OF VOL. III.
Preface to Vol. III. of the Poems	v
Introduction to Occasional Pieces (Poems 1809-1813; Poems 1814-1816)	xix
Poems 1809-1813.
The Girl of Cadiz. First published in Works of Lord Byron, 1832, viii. 56	1
Lines written in an Album, at Malta. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)	4
To Florence. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)	5
Stanzas composed during a Thunderstorm. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)	7
Stanzas written in passing the Ambracian Gulf. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)	11
The Spell is broke, the Charm is flown! First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)	12
Written after swimming from Sestos to Abydos. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)	13
Lines in the Travellers' Book at Orchomenus. First published, Travels in Italy, Greece, etc., by H. W. Williams, 1820, ii. 290	15
Maid of Athens, ere we part. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)	15
Fragment from the "Monk of Athos." First published, Life of Lord Byron, by the Hon. Roden Noel, 1890, pp. 206, 207	18
Lines written beneath a Picture. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)[xii]	19
Translation of the famous Greek War Song, ?e?te p?de?, ?.t.?. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)	20
Translation of the Romaic Song, ???p? µes' t? pe??ß???, ?.t.?. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)	22
On Parting. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)	23
Farewell to Malta. First published, Poems on his Domestic Circumstances, by W. Hone (Sixth Edition, 1816)	24
Newstead Abbey. First published, Memoir of Rev. F. Hodgson, 1878, i. 187	27
Epistle to a Friend, in answer to some Lines exhorting the Author to be Cheerful, and to "banish Care." First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 301	28
To Thyrza ["Without a stone," etc.]. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)	30
Stanzas ["Away, away," etc.]. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)	35
Stanzas ["One struggle more," etc.]. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)	36
Euthanasia. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (Second Edition)	39
Stanzas ["And thou art dead," etc.]. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (Second Edition)	41
Lines to a Lady weeping. First published, Morning Chronicle, March 7, 1812	45
Stanzas ["If sometimes," etc.]. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (Second Edition)	46
On a Cornelian Heart which was broken. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (Second Edition)	48
The Chain I gave was Fair to view. From the Turkish. First published, Corsair, 1814 (Second Edition)	49
Lines written on a Blank Leaf of The Pleasures of Memory. First published, Poems, 1816	50
Address, spoken at the Opening of Drury-Lane Theatre, Saturday, October 10, 1812. First published, Morning Chronicle, October 12, 1812	51
Parenthetical Address. By Dr. Plagiary. First published, Morning Chronicle, October 23, 1812	55
Verses found in a Summer-house at Hales-Owen. First published, Works of Lord Byron, 1832, xvii. 244	59
Remember thee! Remember thee! First published, Conversations of Lord Byron, 1824, p. 330	59
To Time. First published, Childe Harold, 1814 (Seventh Edition)	60[xiii]
Translation of a Romaic Love Song. First published, Childe Harold, 1814 (Seventh Edition)	62
Stanzas ["Thou art not false," etc.]. First published, Childe Harold, 1814 (Seventh Edition)	64
On being asked what was the "Origin of Love." First published, Childe Harold, 1814 (Seventh Edition)	65
On the Quotation, "And my true faith," etc. MS. M.	65
Stanzas ["Remember him," etc.]. First published, Childe Harold, 1814 (Seventh Edition)	69
Impromptu, in Reply to a Friend. First published, Childe Harold, 1814 (Seventh Edition)	67
Sonnet. To Genevra ["Thine eyes' blue tenderness," etc.]. First published, Corsair, 1814 (Second Edition)	70
Sonnet. To Genevra ["Thy cheek is pale with thought," etc.]. First published, Corsair, 1814 (Second Edition)	71
From the Portuguese ["Tu mi chamas"]. First published, Childe Harold, 1814 (Seventh Edition). "Another Version." First published, 1831	71
The Giaour: A Fragment of a Turkish Tale.
Introduction to The Giaour	75
Bibliographical Note on The Giaour	78
Dedication	81
Advertisement	83
The Giaour	85
The Bride of Abydos. A Turkish Tale.
Introduction to The Bride of Abydos	149
Note to the MSS. of The Bride of Abydos	151
Dedication	155
The Bride of Abydos. Canto the First	157
Canto the Second	178
Note to The Bride of Abydos	211
The Corsair: A Tale.
Introduction to The Corsair	217
Bibliographical Note on The Corsair	220
Dedication	223
The Corsair. Canto the First	227
Canto the Second	249
Canto the Third	270[xiv]
Introduction to the Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte	303
Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte	305
Lara: A Tale.
Introduction to Lara	319
Lara. Canto the First	323
Canto the Second	348
Hebrew Melodies.
Introduction to the Hebrew Melodies	375
Advertisement	379
She walks in Beauty	381
The Harp the Monarch Minstrel swept	382
If that High World	383
The Wild Gazelle	384
Oh! weep for those	385
On Jordan's Banks	386
Jephtha's Daughter	387
Oh! snatched away in Beauty's Bloom	388
My Soul is Dark	389
I saw thee weep	390
Thy Days are done	391
Saul	392
Song of Saul before his Last Battle	393
"All is Vanity, saith the Preacher"	394
When Coldness wraps this Suffering Clay	395
Vision of Belshazzar	397
Sun of the Sleepless!	399
Were my Bosom as False as thou deem'st it to be	399
Herod's Lament for Mariamne	400
On the Day of the Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus	401
By the Rivers of Babylon we sat down and wept	402
"By the Waters of Babylon"	404
The Destruction of Sennacherib	404
A Spirit passed before me	406
Poems 1814-1816.
Farewell! if ever Fondest Prayer. First published, Corsair (Second Edition, 1814)	409
When we Two parted. First published, Poems, 1816	410
[Love and Gold.] MS. M.	411
Stanzas for Music ["I speak not, I trace not," etc.]. First published, Fugitive Pieces, 1829	413[xv]
Address intended to be recited at the Caledonian Meeting. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 559	415
Elegiac Stanzas on the Death of Sir Peter Parker, Bart. First published, Morning Chronicle, October 7, 1814	417
Julian [a Fragment]. MS. M.	419
To Belshazzar. First published, 1831	421
Stanzas for Music ["There's not a joy," etc.]. First published, Poems, 1816	423
On the Death of the Duke of Dorset. MS. M	425
Stanzas for Music ["Bright be the place of thy soul"]. First published, Examiner, June 4, 1815	426
Napoleon's Farewell. First published, Examiner, July 30, 1815	427
From the French ["Must thou go, my glorious Chief?"]. First published, Poems, 1816	428
Ode from the French ["We do not curse thee, Waterloo!"]. First published, Morning Chronicle, March 15, 1816	431
Stanzas for Music ["There be none of Beauty's daughters"]. First published, Poems, 1816	435
On the Star of "the Legion of Honour." First published, Examiner, April 7, 1816	436
Stanzas for Music ["They say that Hope is happiness"]. First published, Fugitive Pieces, 1829	438
The Siege of Corinth.
Introduction to The Siege of Corinth	441
Dedication	445
Advertisement	447
Note on the MS. of The Siege of Corinth	448
The Siege of Corinth	449
Parisina.
Introduction to Parisina	499
Dedication	501
Advertisement	503
Parisina	505
Poems of the Separation.
Introduction to Poems of the Separation	531
Fare Thee Well	537
A Sketch	540
Stanzas to Augusta	544



THE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, Vol. IV.
Poetry.
Edited By Ernest Hartley Coleridge


CONTENTS OF VOL. IV.

Preface to Vol. IV. of the Poems	v
The Prisoner of Chillon.
Introduction to The Prisoner of Chillon	3
Sonnet on Chillon	7
Advertisement	9
The Prisoner of Chillon	13
Poems of July-September, 1816. The Dream.
Introduction to The Dream	31
The Dream. First published, Prisoner of Chillon, etc., 1816	33
Darkness. First published, Prisoner of Chillon, etc., 1816	42
Churchill's Grave. First published, Prisoner of Chillon, etc., 1816	45
Prometheus. First published, Prisoner of Chillon, etc., 1816	48
A Fragment. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 36	51
Sonnet to Lake Leman, First published, Prisoner of Chillon, etc., 1816	53
Stanzas to Augusta. First published, Prisoner of Chillon, etc., 1816	54
Epistle to Augusta. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 38-41	57
Lines on hearing that Lady Byron was Ill. First published, 1831	63
Monody on the Death of the Right Hon. R. B. Sheridan.
Introduction to Monody, etc.	69
Monody on the Death of the Right Hon. R. B. Sheridan, Spoken at Drury Lane Theatre, London	71
Manfred: A Dramatic Poem. [xii]
Introduction to Manfred	79
Manfred	85
The Lament of Tasso.
Introduction to The Lament of Tasso	139
Advertisement	141
The Lament of Tasso	143
Beppo: A Venetian Story.
Introduction to Beppo	155
Beppo	159
Ode on Venice.
Ode on Venice	193
Mazeppa.
Introduction to Mazeppa	201
Advertisement	205
Mazeppa	207
The Prophecy of Dante.
Introduction to The Prophecy of Dante	237
Dedication	241
Preface	243
The Prophecy of Dante. Canto the First	247
Canto the Second	255
Canto the Third	261
Canto the Fourth	269
The Morgante Maggiore of Pulci.
Introduction to The Morgante Maggiore	279
Advertisement	283
The Morgante Maggiore. Canto the First	285
Francesca Of Rimini.
Introduction to Francesca of Rimini	313
Francesco of Rimini	317
Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice: an Historical Tragedy. [xiii]
Introduction to Marino Faliero	325
Preface	331
Marino Faliero	345
Appendix	462
The Vision Of Judgment.
Introduction to The Vision of Judgment	475
Preface	481
The Vision of Judgment	487
Poems 1816-1823.
A very Mournful Ballad on the Siege and Conquest of Alhama. First published, Childe Harold, Canto IV., 1818	529
Sonetto di Vittorelli. Per Monaca	535
Translation from Vittorelli. On a Nun. First published, Childe Harold, Canto IV., 1818	535
On the Bust of Helen by Canova. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 61	536
[Venice. A Fragment.] MS. M	537
So we'll go no more a-roving. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 79	538
[Lord Byron's Verses on Sam Rogers.] Question and Answer. First published, Fraser's Magazine, January, 1833, vol. vii. pp. 82-84	538
The Duel. MS. M	542
Stanzas to the Po. First published, Conversations of Lord Byron, 1824	545
Sonnet on the Nuptials of the Marquis Antonio Cavalli with the Countess Clelia Rasponi of Ravenna. MS. M	547
Sonnet to the Prince Regent. On the Repeal of Lord Edward Fitzgerald's Forfeiture. First published, Letters and Journals, ii. 234, 235	548
Stanzas. First published, New Monthly Magazine, 1832	549
Ode to a Lady whose Lover was killed by a Ball, which at the same time shivered a portrait next his heart. MS. M.	552
The Irish Avatar. First published, Conversations of Lord Byron, 1824	555
Stanzas written on the Road between Florence and Pisa. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 566, not	562
[xiv] Stanzas to a Hindoo Air. First published, Works of Lord Byron	563
To —— First published, New Monthly Magazine, 1833	564
To the Countess of Blessington. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830	565
Aristomanes. Canto First. MS. D.	566
The Blues: A Literary Eclogue.
Introduction to The Blues	569
The Blues. Eclogue the First	573
Eclogue the Second	580



THE WORKS OF LORD BYRON. Vol. V.
Poetry


CONTENTS OF VOL. V
Preface to Vol. V. of the Poems	v

Sardanapalus: A Tragedy.
Introduction to Sardanapalus	3
Dedication	7
Preface	9
Sardanapalus	13

The Two Foscari: An Historical Tragedy.
Introduction to The Two Foscari	115
The Two Foscari	121

Cain: A Mystery.
Introduction to Cain	199
Dedication	205
Preface	207
Cain	213

Heaven and Earth; A Mystery.
Introduction to Heaven and Earth	279
Heaven and Earth	285

Werner; or, The Inheritance: A Tragedy.
Introduction to Werner	325
Note to the Introduction to Werner	329
Dedication	335
Preface	337
Werner	341
Werner. [First Draft.]	453

The Deformed Transformed: A Drama.
Introduction to The Deformed Transformed	469
Advertisement	473
The Deformed Transformed	477
Fragment of the Third Part of The Deformed Transformed	531

The Age of Bronze; or, Carmen Seculare et Annus haud Mirabilis.
Introduction to The Age of Bronze	537
The Age of Bronze	541

The Island; or, Christian and his Comrades.
Introduction to The Island	581
Advertisement	585
The Island. Canto the First	587
Canto the Second	598
Canto the Third	618
Canto the Fourth	626



THE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, Vol. VI.
Poetry
Edited By Ernest Hartley Coleridge


CONTENTS OF VOL. VI.
Dedication	v
Preface to Vol. VI. of the Poems	vii
Introduction to DON JUAN	xv
Dedication to Robert Southey, Esq.	3
DON JUAN—
     Canto I	11
     Canto II	81
     Canto III	143
     Canto IV	183
     Canto V	218
     Preface to Cantos VI., VII., and VIII	264
     Canto VI	268
     Canto VII	302
     Canto VIII	330
     Canto IX	373
     Canto X	400
     Canto XI	427
     Canto XII	455
     Canto XIII	481
     Canto XIV	516
     Canto XV	544
     Canto XVI	572
     Canto XVII	608



THE WORKS OF LORD BYRON, Vol. VII.
Poetry
Edited By Ernest Hartley Coleridge
CONTENTS OF VOL. VII.
Preface to Vol. VII. of the Poems. v Jeux d'Esprit and Minor Poems, 1798-1824. Epigram on an Old Lady who had some Curious Notions respecting the Soul. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 28. 1 Epitaph on John Adams, of Southwell. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 106. 1 A Version of Ossian's Address to the Sun. First published, Atlantic Monthly, December, 1898. 2 Lines to Mr. Hodgson. Written on board the Lisbon Packet. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 230-232. 4 [To Dives. A Fragment.] First published, Lord Byron's Works, 1833, xvii. 241. 7 Farewell Petition to J. C. H., Esqre. First published, Murray's Magazine, 1887, vol. i. pp. 290, 291. 7 Translation of the Nurse's Dole in the Medea of Euripides. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 227. 10 My Epitaph. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 240. 10 Substitute for an Epitaph. First published, Lord Byron's Works, 1832, ix. 4. 11 Epitaph for Joseph Blacket, late Poet and Shoemaker. First published, Lord Byron's Works, 1832, ix. 10. 11 On Moore's Last Operatic Farce, or Farcical Opera. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 295 (note). 12 [S. M. Dallas.] First published, Life, Writings, Opinions, etc., 1825, ii. 192. 12
[xiv]
An Ode to the Framers of the Frame Bill. First published, Morning Chronicle, March 2, 1812. 13
To the Honorable Mr. George Lamb. First published, The Two Duchesses, by Vere Foster, 1898, p. 374. 15
[La Revanche.] MS.M. 15
To Thomas Moore. Written the Evening before his Visit to Mr. Leigh Hunt in Horsemonger Lane Gaol, May 19, 1813. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 401. 16
On Lord Thurlow's Poems. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 396. 17
To Lord Thurlow. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 397. 19
The Devil's Drive. First published (stanzas 1-5, 8, 10-12, 17, 18), Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 471-474; and (stanzas 6, 7, 9, 13-16, 19-27) from a MS. in the possession of the Earl of Ilchester. 21
Windsor Poetics. First published, Poetical Works, Paris, 1819, vi. 125. 35
[Another Version.] On a Royal Visit to the Vaults. From an autograph MS. in the possession of the Hon. Mrs. Norbury, now for the first time printed. 36
Ich Dien. From an autograph MS. in the possession of Mr. A. H. Hallam Murray, now for the first time printed. 36
Condolatory Address, To Sarah Countess of Jersey. First published, The Champion, July 31, 1814. 37
Fragment of an Epistle to Thomas Moore. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 561, 562 (note). 39
Answer to——'s Professions of Affection. MS. 40
On Napoleon's Escape from Elba. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 611. 41
Endorsement to the Deed of Separation, in the April of 1816. First published, Poetical Works, 1831, vi. 454. 41
[To George Anson Byron (?).] First published, Nicnac, March 25, 1823. 41
Song for the Luddites. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 58. 42
To Thomas Moore ("What are you doing now?"). First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 58, 59. 23
To Mr. Murray ("To hook the Reader," etc.). First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 91. 44
Versicles. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 87. 45
[xv]
Quem Deus vult perdere prius dementat. First published, Letters, 1900, iv. 93. 45
To Thomas Moore ("My boat is on the shore"). First published, Waltz, London, 1821, p. 29. 46
Epistle from Mr. Murray to Dr. Polidori. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 139-141. 47
Epistle to Mr. Murray. First published (stanzas 1, 2, 4, 7-9), Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 156, 157; and (stanzas 3, 5, 6, 10, 11) Letters, 1900, iv. 191-193. 51
On the Birth of John William Rizzo Hoppner. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 134. 54
[E Nihilo Nihil; or, An Epigram Bewitched.] MS.M. 55
To Mr. Murray. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 171. 56
Ballad. To the Tune of "Sally in our Alley." MS.M. 58
Another Simple Ballat. MS.M. 61
Epigram. From the French of Rulhiéres. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 235. 62
Epilogue. First published, Philadelphia Record, December 28, 1891. 63
On my Wedding-Day. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 294. 64
Epitaph for William Pitt. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 295. 64
Epigram ("In digging up your bones, Tom Paine"). First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 295. 65
Epitaph ("Posterity will ne'er survey"). First published, Lord Byron's Works, 1833, xvii. 246. 65
Epigram ("The world is a bundle of hay"). First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 494. 65
My Boy Hobbie O. First published, Murray's Magazine, March, 1887, vol. i. pp. 292, 293. 66
Lines, Addressed by Lord Byron to Mr. Hobhouse on his Election for Westminster. First published, Miscellaneous Poems, 1824. 69
A Volume of Nonsense. First published, Letters, 1900, v. 83.70
Stanzas. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 377. 70
To Penelope. First published, Medwin's Conversations, 1824 p. 106. 71
The Charity Ball. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 540. 71
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Epigram, On the Braziers' Address, etc. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 442. 72
On my Thirty-third Birthday. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 414. 73
Martial, Lib. I. Epig. I. First published, Lord Byron's Works, 1833, xvii. 245. 74
Bowles and Campbell. First published, The Liberal, 1823, No. II. p. 398. 74
Elegy. First published, Medwin's Conversations, 1824, p. 121. 75
John Keats. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 506. 76
From the French ("Ægle, beauty and poet," etc.). First published, The Liberal, 1823, No. II. p. 396. 76
To Mr. Murray ("For Orford," etc.). First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 517. 76
[Napoleon's Snuff-box.] First published, Conversations of Lord Byron, 1824, p. 235. 77
The New Vicar of Bray. First published, Works (Galignani), 1831, p. 116. 78
Lucietta. A Fragment. MS.M. 81
Epigrams. First published, The Liberal, No. I. October 18, 1822, p. 164. 81
The Conquest. First published, Lord Byron's Works, 1833, xvii. 246. 82
Impromptu ("Beneath Blessington's eyes"). First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 635. 82
Journal in Cephalonia. First published, Letters, 1901, vi. 238.83
Song to the Suliotes. MS.M. 83
[Love and Death.] First published, Murray's Magazine, February, 1887, vol. i. pp. 145, 146. 84
Last Words on Greece. First published, Murray's Magazine, February, 1887, vol. i. p. 146. 85
On this Day I complete my Thirty-sixth Year. First published, Morning Chronicle, October 29, 1824. 86
A Bibliography Of The Successive Editions And Translations Of Lord Byron's poetical Works. 89
Notes—
Note (1).—On Genuine and Spurious Issues of English Bards, and Scotch Reviewers. 305
Note (2).—Correspondence between the First Edition as numbered and the Present Issue as numbered. 307
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Note (3).—The Annotated Copies of the Fourth Edition of 1811 310
Appendix to Bibliography 314
Contents of Bibliography 317
Summary of Bibliography 319
Index 349
Index to First Lines 449
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
1. Mrs. Birdmere's House, Southwell2
2. Annesley Hall38
3. Diadem Hill (Annesley Park), where Lord Byron parted from Mary Chaworth304
4. The Prison Called Tasso's Cell, in the Hospital of Sant'Anna, at Ferrara348



BYRON'S LETTER AND JOURNALS, VOLUME 1 (of 2)
Edited by Rowland E. Prothero
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
List of Letters
Chapter I	Childhood and School
Chapter II	Cambridge and Juvenile Poems
Chapter III	English Bards and Scotch Reviewers
Chapter IV	Travels in Albania, Greece etc. Death of Mrs. Byron
Appendix I	Review of Wordsworth's Poems
Appendix II	Article from the Edinburgh Review, For January, 1808
Appendix III	Review of Gell's Geography of Ithaca, and Itinerary Of Greece
CONTENTS


List of Letters
number	date	address
1798
1	Nov. 8	To Mrs. Parker
1799
2	March 13	To his Mother
3	undated	To John Hanson
1803
4	May 1	To his Mother
5	June 23	To his Mother
6	Sept.	To his Mother
1804
7	March 22	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
8	March 26	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
9	April 2	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
10	April 9	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
11	April 18	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
12	August 29	To Elizabeth Bridget Pigot
13	October 25	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
14	Nov. 2	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
15	Nov. 11	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
16	Nov. 17	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
17	Nov. 21	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
18	Dec. 1	To John Hanson
1805
19	Jan. 30	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
20	April 4	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
21	April 15	To Hargreaves Hanson
22	April 20	To Hargreaves Hanson
23	April 23	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
24	April 25	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
25	May 11	To John Hanson
26	June 5	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
27	June 27	To John Hanson
28	July 2	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
29	July 8	To John Hanson
30	August 4	To Charles O. Gordon
31	August 6	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
32	August 10	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
33	August 14	To Charles O. Gordon
34	August 19	To Hargreaves Hanson
35	undated	To Hargreaves Hanson
36	Oct. 25	To Hargreaves Hanson
37	Oct. 26	To John Hanson
38	Nov. 6	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
39	Nov. 12	To Hargreaves Hanson
40	Nov. 23	To John Hanson
41	Nov. 30	To John Hanson
42	Dec. 4	To John Hanson
43	Dec. 13	To John Hanson
44	Dec. 26	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
45	Dec. 27	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
1806
46	Jan. 7	To the Hon. Augusta Byron
47	Feb. 26	To his Mother
48	March 3	To John Hanson
49	March 10	To John Hanson
50	March 25	To John Hanson
51	May 16	To Henry Angelo
52	August 9	To John M.B. Pigot
53	August 10	To Elizabeth Bridget Pigot
54	August 10	To John M.B. Pigot
55	August 16	To John M.B. Pigot
56	August 18	To John M.B. Pigot
57	August 26	To John M.B. Pigot
58	undated	To Elizabeth Bridget Pigot
59	Dec. 7	To John Hanson
1807
60	Jan. 12	To J. Ridge
61	Jan. 13	To John M. B. Pigot
62	Jan. 31	To Captain John Leacroft
63	Feb. 4	To Captain John Leacroft
64	Feb. 4	To Captain John Leacroft
65	Feb. 6	To the Earl of Clare
66	Feb. 8	To Mrs. Hanson
67	March 6	To William Bankes
68	undated	To William Bankes
69	undated	To — — Falkner
70	April 2	To John Hanson
71	April	To John M. B. Pigot
72	April 19	To John Hanson
73	June 11	To Elizabeth Bridget Pigot
74	June 30	To Elizabeth Bridget Pigot
75	July 5	To Elizabeth Bridget Pigot
76	July 13	To Elizabeth Bridget Pigot
77	July 20	To John Hanson
78	Aug. 2	To Elizabeth Bridget Pigot
79	Aug. 11	To Elizabeth Bridget Pigot
80	Oct. 19	To John Hanson
81	Oct. 26	To Elizabeth Bridget Pigot
82	Nov. 20	To J. Ridge
83	Dec. 2	To John Hanson
84	Nov. 9 (1820)	To John Murray
1808
85	Jan. 13	To Henry Drury
86	Jan. 16	To John Cam Hobhouse
87	Jan. 20	To Robert Charles Dallas
88	Jan. 21	To Robert Charles Dallas
89	Jan. 25	To John Hanson
90	Jan. 25	To John Hanson
91	Feb. 2	To James De Bathe
92	Feb. 11	To William Harness
93	Feb. 21	To J. Ridge
94	Feb. 26	To the Rev. John Becher
95	March 28	To the Rev. John Becher
96	April 26	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
97	Sept. 14	To the Rev. John Becher
98	Sept. 18	To John Jackson
99	Oct. 4	To John Jackson
100	Oct. 7	To his Mother
101	Nov. 2	To his Mother
102	Nov. 3	To Francis Hodgson
103	Nov. 18	To John Hanson
104	Nov. 27	To Francis Hodgson
105	Nov. 30	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
106	Dec. 14	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
107	Dec. 17	To John Hanson
108	Dec. 17	To Francis Hodgson
1809
109	Jan. 15	To John Hanson
110	Jan. 25	To R. C. Dallas
111	Feb. 7	To R. C. Dallas
112	Feb. 11	To R. C. Dallas
113	Feb. 12	To R. C. Dallas
114	Feb. 16	To R. C. Dallas
115	Feb. 19	To R. C. Dallas
116	Feb. 22	To R. C. Dallas
117	March 6	To his Mother
118	March 18	To William Harness
119	undated	To William Bankes
120	April 25	To R. C. Dallas
121	April 26	To John Hanson
122	May 15	To the Rev. R. Lowe
123	June 22	To his Mother
124	June 28	To the Rev. Henry Drury
125	June 25-30	To Francis Hodgson
126	July 16	To Francis Hodgson
127	August 6	To Francis Hodgson
128	August 11	To his Mother
129	August 15	To Mr. Rushton
130	Sept. 15	To his Mother
131	Nov. 12	To his Mother
1810
132	March 19	To his Mother
133	April 9	To his Mother
134	April 10	To his Mother
135	April 17	To his Mother
136	May 3	To Henry Drury
137	May 5	To Francis Hodgson
138	May 18	To his Mother
139	May 24	To his Mother
140	June 17	To Henry Drury
141	June 28	To his Mother
142	July 1	To his Mother
143	July 4	To Francis Hodgson
144	July 25	To his Mother
145	July 27	To his Mother
146	July 30	To his Mother
147	Oct. 2	To his Mother
148	Oct. 3	To Francis Hodgson
149	Oct. 4	To John Cam Hobhouse
150	Nov. 14	To Francis Hodgson
1811
151	Jan. 14	To his Mother
152	Feb. 28	To his Mother
153	June 25	To his Mother
154	June 28	To R. C. Dallas
155	June 29	To Francis Hodgson
156	July 17	To Henry Drury
157	July 23	To his Mother
158	July 30	To William Miller
159	Aug. 2	To John M. B. Pigot
160	Aug. 4	To John Hanson
161	Aug. 7	To Scrope Berdmore Davies
162	Aug. 12	To R. C. Dallas
163	Aug. 12	To — — Bolton
164	Aug. 16	To — — Bolton
165	Aug. 20	To — — Bolton
166	Aug. 21	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
167	Aug. 21	To R. C. Dallas
168	Aug. 22	To Francis Hodgson



BYRON'S LETTERS AND JOURNALS, Volume 2
(August 1811-April 1814)
Edited by Rowland E. Prothero
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
List of Letters
List of Journal Entries
Detailed Contents of Appendices
Chapter V—Childe Harold, Cantos I, II
Chapter VI—The Idol of Society—The Drury Lane Address—Second Speech in Parliament
Chapter VII—The Giaour and Bride of Abydos
Chapter VIII—Journal: November 14, 1813-April 19, 1814
Appendix I—Articles from The Monthly Review
Appendix II—Parliamentary Speeches
Appendix III—Lady Caroline Lamb and Byron
Appendix IV—Letters of Bernard Barton
Appendix V—Correspondence with Walter Scott
Appendix VI—"The Giant and the Dwarf"
Appendix VII—Attacks upon Byron in the Newspapers for February and March, 1814
CONTENTS
List of Letters
number	date	address
1811
169	Aug. 23	To John Murray
170	Aug. 24	To James Wedderburn Webster
171	Aug. 25	To R.C. Dallas
172	Aug. 27	To R.C. Dallas
173	Aug. 30	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
174	Aug. 30	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
175	Aug. 31	To James Wedderburn Webster
176	Sept. 2	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
177	Sept. 3	To Francis Hodgson
178	Sept. 4	To R.C. Dallas
179	Sept. 5	To John Murray
180	Sept. 7	To R.C. Dallas
181	Sept. 9	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
182	Sept. 9	To Francis Hodgson
183	Sept. 10	To R.C. Dallas
184	Sept. 13	To Francis Hodgson
185	Sept. 14	To John Murray
186	Sept. 15	To R.C. Dallas
187	Sept. 16	To John Murray
188	Sept. 16	To R.C. Dallas
189	Sept. 17	To R.C. Dallas
190	Sept. 17	To R.C. Dallas
191	Sept. 21	To R.C. Dallas
192	Sept. 23	To R.C. Dallas
193	Sept. 25	To Francis Hodgson
194	Sept. 26	To R.C. Dallas
195	Oct. 10	To James Wedderburn Webster
196	Oct. 10	To R.C. Dallas
197	Oct. 11	To R.C. Dallas
198	Oct. 13	To Francis Hodgson
199	Oct. 14	To R.C. Dallas
200	Oct. 16	To R.C. Dallas
201	Oct. 25	To R.C. Dallas
202	Oct. 27	To Thomas Moore
203	Oct. 29	To R.C. Dallas
204	Oct. 29	To Thomas Moore
205	Oct. 30	To Thomas Moore
206	Oct. 31	To R.C. Dallas
207	Nov. 1	To Thomas Moore
208	Nov. 17	To Francis Hodgson
209	Dec. 4	To Francis Hodgson
210	Dec. 6	To William Harness
211	Dec. 7	To James Wedderburn Webster
212	Dec. 8	To William Harness
213	Dec. 8	To Francis Hodgson
214	Dec. 11	To Thomas Moore
215	Dec. 12	To Francis Hodgson
216	undated	R.C. Dallas
217	Dec. 15	To William Harness
1812
218	Jan. 21	To Robert Rushton
219	Jan. 25	To Robert Rushton
220	Jan. 29	To Thomas Moore
221	Feb. 1	To Francis Hodgson
222	Feb. 4	To Samuel Rogers
223	Feb. 12	To Master John Cowell
224	Feb. 16	To Francis Hodgson
225	Feb. 21	To Francis Hodgson
226	Feb. 25	To Lord Holland
227	March 5	To Francis Hodgson
228	March 5	To Lord Holland
229	undated	To Thomas Moore
230	undated	To William Bankes
231	March 25	To Thomas Moore
232	undated	To Lady Caroline Lamb
233	April 20	To William Bankes
234	undated	To Thomas Moore
235	May 1	To Lady Caroline Lamb
236	May 8	To Thomas Moore
237	May 20	To Thomas Moore
238	June 1	To Bernard Barton
239	June 25	To Lord Holland
240	June 26	To Professor Clarke
241	July 6	To Walter Scott
242	undated	To Lady Caroline Lambt
243	Sept. 5	To John Murray
244	Sept. 10	To Lord Holland
245	Sept. 14	To John Murray
246	Sept. 22	To Lord Holland
247	Sept. 23	To Lord Holland
248	Sept. 24	To Lord Holland
249	Sept. 25	To Lord Holland
250	Sept. 26	To Lord Holland
251	Sept. 27	To Lord Holland
252	Sept. 27	To Lord Holland
253	Sept. 27	To John Murray
254	Sept. 28	To Lord Holland
255	Sept. 28	To Lord Holland
256	Sept. 28	To William Bankes
257	Sept. 29	To Lord Holland
258	Sept. 30	To Lord Holland
259	Sept. 30	To Lord Holland
260	Oct. 2	To Lord Holland
261	Oct. 12	To John Murray
262	Oct. 14	To Lord Holland
263	Oct. 18	To John Hanson
264	Oct. 18	To John Murray
265	Oct. 18	To Robert Rushton
266	Oct. 19	To John Murray
267	Oct. 22	To John Hanson
268	Oct. 23	To John Murray
269	Oct. 31	To John Hanson
270	Nov. 8	To John Hanson
271	Nov. 16	To John Hanson
272	Nov. 22	To John Murray
273	Dec. 26	To William Bankes
1813
274	Jan. 8	To John Murray
275	Feb. 3	To Francis Hodgson
276	Feb. 3	To John Hanson
277	Feb. 20	To John Murray
278	Feb. 24	To Robert Rushton
279	Feb. 27	To John Hanson
280	March 1	To John Hanson
281	March 5	To——Corbet
282	March 6	To John Hanson
283	March 24	To Charles Hanson
284	March 25	To Samuel Rogers
285	March 26	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
286	March 29	To John Murray
287	April 15	To John Hanson
288	April 17	To John Hanson
289	April 21	To John Murray
290	May 13	To John Murray
291	May 19	To Thomas Moore
292	May 22	To John Murray
293	May 23	To John Murray
294	June 2	To John Murray
295	undated	To Thomas Moore
296	June 3	To John Hanson
297	June 6	To Francis Hodgson
298	June 8	To Francis Hodgson
299	June 9	To John Murray
300	June 12	To John Murray
301	June 13	To John Murray
302	June 18	To John Murray
303	June 18	To W. Gifford
304	June 22	To John Murray
305	June 22	To Thomas Moore
306	June 26	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
307	undated	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
308	June 27	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
309	July 1	To John Murray
310	July 8	To Thomas Moore
311	July 13	To Thomas Moore
312	July 18	To John Hanson
313	July 22	To John Murray
314	July 25	To Thomas Moore
315	July 27	To Thomas Moore
316	July 28	To Thomas Moore
317	July 31	To John Murray
318	Aug. 2	To John Wilson Croker
319	undated	To John Murray
320	Aug. 10	To John Murray
321	Aug. 12	To James Wedderburn Webster
322	Aug. 22	To Thomas Moore
323	Aug. 26	To John Murray
324	Aug. 28	To Thomas Moore
325	Sept. 1	To Thomas Moore
326	Sept. 2	To James Wedderburn Webster
327	Sept. 5	To Thomas Moore
328	Sept. 8	To Thomas Moore
329	Sept. 9	To Thomas Moore
330	Sept. 15	To James Wedderburn Webster
331	Sept. 15	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
332	Sept. 15	To John Murray
333	Sept. 25	To——Bolton
334	Sept. 27	To Sir James Mackintosh
335	Sept. 27	To Thomas Moore
336	Sept. 29	To John Murray
337	Sept. 30	To James Wedderburn Webster
338	Oct. 1	To Francis Hodgson
339	Oct. 2	To Thomas Moore
340	Oct. 3	To John Murray
341	Oct. 10	To John Hanson
342	Oct. 10	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
343	Oct. 12	To John Murray
344	Nov. 8	To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
345	Nov. 12	To John Murray
346	Nov. 12	To William Gifford
347	Nov. 12	To John Murray
348	Nov. 13	To John Murray
349	undated	To John Murray
350	Nov. 13	To John Murray
351	Nov. 14	To John Murray
352	Nov. 15	To John Murray
353	Nov. 17	To John Murray
354	Nov. 20	To John Murray
355	Nov. 22	To John Murray
356	Nov. 23	To John Murray
357	Nov. 24	To John Murray
358	Nov. 27	To John Murray
359	Nov. 28	To John Murray
360	Nov. 29	To John Murray
361	Nov. 29	To John Murray
362	Nov. 29	To John Murray
363	Nov. 30	To John Murray
364	Dec. 1	To Thomas Moore
365	Dec. 1	To Francis Hodgson
366	Dec. 2	To John Murray
367	Dec. 2	To Leigh Hunt
368	Dec. 3	To John Murray
369	Dec. 3	To John Murray
370	undated	To John Murray
371	Dec. 4	To John Murray
372	Dec. 6	To John Murray
373	Dec. 8	To Thomas Moore
374	Dec. 11	To John Galt
375	Dec. 14	To John Murray
376	Dec. 14	To Thomas Ashe
377	Dec. 15	To Professor Clarke
378	Dec. 22	To Leigh Hunt
379	Dec. 27	To John Murray
LIST OF JOURNAL ENTRIES
November 16th, 1813
November 17th, 1813
November 22nd, 1813
November 23rd, 1813
November 24th, 1813
'Mezza Notte'
November 26th, 1813
November 27th, 1813
November 30th, 1813
December 1st, 1813
December 5th, 1813
December 6th, 1813
December 7th, 1813
December 10th, 1813
December 12th, 1813
December 13th, 1813
December 14th, 15th, 16th, 1813
December 17th, 18th, 1813
January 16th, 1814
February 18th, 1814
February 19th, 1814
February 20th, 1814
February 27th, 1814
March 6th, 1814
March 7th, 1814
March 10th, 1814
March 15th, 1814
March 17th, 1814
March 20th, 1814
March 22nd, 1814
March 28th, 1814
April 8th, 1814
April 9th, 1814
April 10th, 1814
April 19th, 1814
DETAILED CONTENTS OF APPENDICES
Appendix I—Articles from The Monthly Review
Poems, by W. R. Spencer
Neglected Genius, by W. H. Ireland
Appendix II—Parliamentary Speeches
Debate on the Frame-Work Bill
Debate re. the Roman Catholic Claims
Debate on Major Cartwright's Petition
Appendix III—Lady Caroline Lamb and Byron
Early Letter from Lady Caroline Lamb to Byron
Lines Written by Lady Caroline, Spoken while Burning him in Effigy
Letter from Lady Caroline to Byron, Written on Meeting him Again
Letter from Lady Caroline to Byron, Written at Rumours of the Marital Separation
Letter from Lady Caroline to Byron, Written at Publication of "Fare Thee Well"
Two Letters Written by Lady Caroline after Byron's Death
Appendix IV—Letters of Bernard Barton
April 14th, 1814
April 15th, 1814
Part of a Draft of Byron's Reply
Appendix V—Correspondence with Walter Scott
Scott's Reply to Byron's Letter of July 6, 1812
Appendix VI—"The Giant and the Dwarf"
the Poem written by Leigh Hunt's Friends in Reply to Moore
Appendix VII—Attacks upon Byron in the Newspapers for February and March, 1814
The Courier
Lord Byron: February 1, 1814
February 2, 1814
February 3, 1814
Byroniana No. 1: February 5, 1814
Byroniana No. 2: February 8, 1814
Byroniana No. 3: February 12, 1814
Byroniana No. 4: February 17, 1814
Byroniana No. 5: February 19, 1814
March 15, 1814
The Morning Post
Verses: February 5, 1814
To Lord Byron: February 7, 1814
Lord Byron: February 8, 1814
Lines: February 8, 1814
Lines: February 11, 1814
To Lord Byron: February 15, 1814
To Lord Byron: February 16, 1814
Verses Addressed To Lord Byron: February 16, 1814
Patronage Extraordinary: February 17, 1814
Lord Byron: February 18, 1814
The Sun
February 4, 1814
Epigram: February 8, 1814
Lord Byron: February 11, 1814
Parody: February 16, 1814



FUGITIVE PIECES
By George Gordon Noël Byron


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Bibliographical Note i
ON LEAVING N--ST--D. 1
TO E----. 3
ON THE DEATH OF A YOUNG LADY, COUSIN TO THE AUTHOR AND VERY DEAR TO HIM. 4
TO D. ---- 5
TO ---- 6
TO CAROLINE. 7
TO MARIA ---- 10
FRAGMENTS OF SCHOOL EXERCISES, FROM THE PROMETHEUS VINCTUS OF ÆSCHYLUS. 11
LINES in "LETTERS OF AN ITALIAN NUN AND AN ENGLISH GENTLEMAN," by J.J. ROUSSEAU, founded on facts. 12
ON A CHANGE OF MASTERS, AT A GREAT PUBLIC SCHOOL. 14
EPITAPH ON A BELOVED FRIEND. 15
ADRIAN'S ADDRESS TO HIS SOUL, WHEN DYING. 16
TO MARY. 17
"When to their airy hall,..." 19
TO ---- 20
"When I hear you express an affection so warm,..." 21
ON A DISTANT VIEW OF THE VILLAGE AND SCHOOL OF HARROW ON THE HILL. 1806. 23
THOUGHTS SUGGESTED BY A COLLEGE EXAMINATION. 25
TO MARY, ON RECEIVING HER PICTURE. 28
ON THE DEATH OF Mr. FOX, THE FOLLOWING ILLIBERAL IMPROMPTU APPEARED IN THE MORNING POST. 30
TO A LADY, WHO PRESENTED THE AUTHOR A LOCK OF HAIR, BRAIDED WITH HIS OWN, AND APPOINTED A NIGHT IN DECEMBER, TO MEET HIM IN THE GARDEN. 31
TO A BEAUTIFUL QUAKER. 33
TO JULIA! 36
TO WOMAN. 38
AN OCCASIONAL PROLOGUE DELIVERED BY THE AUTHOR, PREVIOUS TO THE PERFORMANCE OF THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE, AT A PRIVATE THEATRE. 39
TO MISS E.P. 41
The TEAR. 43
REPLY TO SOME VERSES OF J.M.B. PIGOT, Esq. ON THE CRUELTY OF HIS MISTRESS. 46
GRANTA, A MEDLEY. 49
TO THE SIGHING STREPHON. 54
THE CORNELIAN. 57
TO A. ---- 59
AS THE AUTHOR WAS DISCHARGING HIS PISTOLS IN A GARDEN,... 61
TRANSLATION FROM CATULLUS. AD LESBIAM. 63
TRANSLATION OF THE EPITAPH ON VIRGIL AND TIBULLUS, by DOMITIUS MARSUS. 64
IMITATION OF TIBULLUS "SULPICIA AD CERINTUM." LIB. QUART. 64
TRANSLATION FROM CATULLUS. LUCTUS DE NORTE PASSERIS. 65
IMITATED FROM CATULLUS. TO ANNA. 66



CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE
By Lord Byron


CONTENTS
TO IANTHE.
CANTO THE FIRST.
CANTO THE SECOND.
CANTO THE THIRD.
CANTO THE FOURTH.



DON JUAN
By Lord Byron


CONTENTS
DEDICATION
CANTO THE FIRST
CANTO THE SECOND.
CANTO THE THIRD.
CANTO THE FOURTH.
CANTO THE FIFTH.
CANTO THE SIXTH.
CANTO THE SEVENTH.
CANTO THE EIGHTH.
CANTO THE NINTH.
CANTO THE TENTH.
CANTO THE ELEVENTH.
CANTO THE TWELTH.
CANTO THE THIRTEENTH.
CANTO THE FOURTEENTH.
CANTO THE FIFTEENTH.
CANTO THE SIXTEENTH.
CANTO THE SEVENTEENTH.





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