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LETTERS

LETTERS

CCCCII. to Mr. Murray.

140 CCCCLXXIV. to Mr. Murray

170

CCCCIII. to Mr. Murray

141 CCCCLXXV. to Mr. Moore

176

CCCCIV. to Mr. Hoppner

141 CCCCLXXVI, to Mr. Murray

170

CCCCV, to Mr. Hoppner

142 CCCCLXXVII. to Mr. Murray

170

CCCCVI, to Mr. Hoppner

142

CCCCLXXVIII. to Mr. Murray .

171

CCCCVII. to Mr. Murray

143 CCCCLXXIX. to Mr. Murray

171

CCCCVIIL 10 Mr. Hoppner

143 CCCCLXXX. to Mr. Moore

1733

CCCCIX. to Mr. Murray

143 CCCCLXXXI. to Mr. Murray

173

CCCCX. 10 Mr. Bankes

144

CCCCLXXXII. to Mr. Perry

173

CCCCXI. to Mr. Murray

144 CCCCLXXXIII. U Mr. Murray

178

CCCCXII. to the Countess Guiccioli 145 CCCCLXXXIV, to Mr. Hoppne

174

CCCCXII. to the Countess Guiccioli . 145 CCCCLXXXV. to Mr. Murray

174

CCCCXIV. to Mr. Hoppner

145 CCCCLXXXVI. to Mr. Shelley

174

CCCCXV. to Mr. Murray

145 CCCCLXXXVII. 10 Mr. Murray

175

CCCCXVI. to Mr. Hoppner

146 CCCCLXXXVIII. to Mr. Mooro

175

CCCCXVII. to Mr. Moore

146 CCCCLXXXIX. to Mr. Moore

176

CCCCXVIII. to Mr. Hoppner

147

CCCCXC. to Mr. Murray .

176

CCCCXIX. to Mr. Hoppner

147 CCCCXCI. to Mr. Hoppner

176

CCCCXX. to Mr. Murray

147 CCCCXCII. to Mr. Murray

176

CCCCXXI. 10 Mr. Bankeg

148

CCCCXCIII. to Mr. Moore

177

CCCCXXII, 10 Mr. Murray

148 CCCCXCIV. to Mr. Murray .

177

CCCCXXIII. to Mr. Bankes

149 CCCCXCV. to the Countess Guiccioli 177

CCCCXXIV. to Mr. Murray

149

CCCCXCVI. to Mr. Moore

178

CCCCXXV. to Mr. Murray

150 CCCCXCVII. to Mr. Hoppner

178

CCCCXXVI. to Mr. Murray

150 CCCCXCVIII. to Mr. Murray

178

CCCCXXVII. to Mr. Murray

150

CCCCXCIX. to Mr. Murray

179

CCCCXXVIII. to Mr. Murray

150

D. to Mr. Murray

179

CCCCXXIX. to Mr. Murray

150

DI. to Mr. Hoppner

179

CCCCXXX. to Mr. Murray

151

DII. to Mr. Moore

179

CCCCXXXI. to Mr. Hoppner

151

DIII. to Mr. Moore

18G

CCCCXXXII. to Mr. Murray

151

DIV. to Mr. Moore

18C

CCCCXXXIII, to Mr. Murray

152

DV. to Mr. Murray

181

CCCCXXXIV. to Mr. Hoppner

152

DVI. to Mr. Murray

191

CCCCXXXV. 10 Mr. Murray

152

DVII. tr Mr. Murray

181

CCCCXXXVI. to Mr. Murray

153

DVIII, to Mr. Hoppner

131

CCCCXXXVII. to Mr. Murray

154

DIX. to Mr. Murray

16:

CCCCXXXVIII. to Mr. Murray .

154

DX. to Mr. Moore

182

CCCCXXXIX. to Mr. Moore

154

DXI. to Mr. Murray

183

CCCCXL. to Mr. Hoppner

155

DXII. to Mr. Murray

183

CCCCXLI. to Mr. Moore

155

DXIII, to Mr. Murray .

183

CCCCXLII. to Mr. Murray

155

DXIV. to Mr. Moore

184

CCCCXLIII. 10 Mr. Moore

156

DXV. to Mr. Murray

184

CCCCXLIV. to Mr. Moore

156

DXVI. to Mr. Murray

165

CCCCXLV. to Mr. Murray

157

DXVII. to Mr. Moore

185

CCCCXLVI. to Mr. Murray

157

DXVIII. to Mr. Murray

185

CCCCXLVII. to Mr. Moore

158

DXIX. to Mr. Murray

186

CCCCXLVIII. to Mr. Murray

158

DXX. to Mr. Moore

186

CCCCXLIX. to Mr. Murray

158

DXXI. to Mr. Moore

186

CCCCL. to Mr. Murray

158

DXXII. to Mr. Moore

187

CCCCLI. to Mr. Murray

158

DXXIII. to Mr. Murray

187

CCCCLII. to Mr. Murray

159

DXXIV, to Mr. Murray

188

CCCCLIII. to Mr. Murray

DXXV. to Mr. Moore

189

CCCCLIV. to Mr. Murray

160

DXXVI. to Mr. Murray

189

CCCCLV. to Mr. Murray

160

DXXVII. to Mr. Moore

189

CCCCLVI. to Mr. Murray

161

DXXVIII. to Mr. Moore

190

CCCCLVII. to Mr. Murray

161

DXXIX. to Mr. Moore

191

CCCCLVIII. to Mr. Murray

DXXX. to Mr. Murray

191

CCCCLIX. to Mr. Moore

162

DXXXI. to Mr. Murray

191

CCCCLX. to Mr. Murray

163

DXXXII. to Mr. Rogers

191

CCCCLXI. to Mr. Murray

163

DXXXIII. to Mr. Moore

192

CCCCLXII. to Mr. Moore

163

DXXXIV. to Mr. Murray

192

CCCCLXIII. to Mr. Murray

164

DXXXV. to Mr. Murray

192

CCCCLXIV. to Mr. Murray

164

DXXXVI. to Mr. Moore

193

CCCCLXV. to Mr. Murray

165 DXXXVII. to Mr. Sheppard

194

CCCCLXVI. to Mr. Murray

166 DXXXVIII. to Mr. Murray

194

CCCCLXVII. to Mr. Moore

167

DXXXIX. to Mr. Murray

194

CCCCLXVIII. to Mr. Moore

167

DXL. to Mr. Moore

194

CCCCLXIX. to Mr. Moore

167

DXLI. to Mr. Shelley

195

Address to the Neapolitan government

168

DXLII. to Mr. Moore

195

CCCCLXX. to Mr. Moore

168

DXLIII. to Sir Walter Scott, Bart. 195

CCCCLXXI. to Mr. Murray

169

DXLIV. to Douglas Kinnaird

19€

CCCCLXXII. to Mr. Murray .

169

DXLV. to Mr. Murray

197

CCCCLXXIIJ. 10 Mr Murray

170

DXLVI to Mr Moore

197

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LETTERS

LETTERS

DXLVII. to Mr. Mooro ,

197

DCV. to Mr. Moore ,

216

DXLVIII. 10 Mr. Mooro

198

DCVI. to the Hon. Col. Stanhope 219

DXLIX. to Mr. Moore .

198

DCVII. to Mr. Muir

219

DL. to Mr. Moore

198 DCVIII. to Mr. C. Hancock

220

DLI. to Mr. Moore.

199

DCIX. to Mr. Charles Hancock . 220

DLII. to Mr. Murray

199

DCX. to Mr. Charles Hancock

221

DLIII. to Mr. Moore.

DCXI. to Mr. Charles Hancock . 221

DLIV. to Mr. Murray

200

DCXII. to

* * * *

221

DLV. to Mr. Murray

200 DCXIIS, to Mr. Charles Hancock . 222

DLVI. to Mr. Murray

200 DCXIV, to Andrew Londo

223

DLVII. to Mr. Murray

200 DCXV. to His Highness Yussuff Pacha 229

DLVIII. to Mr. Shelley

200 DCXVI. to Mr. Barff

223

DLIX. to Sir Walter Scott

DCXVII. to Mr. Mayer

223

DLX. to Mr. Murray

201 DCXVIII. to Hon. Douglas Kinnaird 224

DLXI, to Mr. Moore.

DCXIX. to Mr. Barff

224

DLXII. to Mr. Murray

201

DCXX. to Mr. Murray

224

DLXIII. 1o Mr. Murray

202

DCXXI. to Mr. Moore.

225

DLXIV. 10 Mr. Murray

202 DCXXII. to Dr. Kennedy .

225

DLXV. to Mr. Moore

203 DCXXIII, to Mr. Barff

225

DLXVI. to Mr. Ellice

203 DCXXIV. to Mr. Barff

226

DLXVII. to Mr. Murray

203 DCXXV. to Sr. Parruca

226

DLXVIII. to Mr. Murray

204 DCXXVI. to Mr. Charles Hancock

226

DLXIX. to Mr. Moore .

204 DCXXVII, to Dr. Kennedy

226

DLXX. to Mr. Moore

204 DCXXVIII. to Colonel Stanhope

227

DLXXI. to Mr. Moore .

205

DCXXIX. to Mr. Barff

227

CLXXII. to Mr. Murray

205 DCXXX. to Mr. Barff

227

DLXXIII. Lo Mr. Murray

206 DCXXXI. to Mr. Barff

227

DLXXIV. to Mr. Murray

206 DCXXXII. to * ****, a Prussian officer 22P

DLXXV. to Lady

207 DCXXXIII. to Mr. Barff

228

DLXXVI, 10 Mr. Proctor

207

DCXXXIV. to Mr. Barff

228

DLXXVII. to Mr. Moore

207 DCXXXV. to Mr. Barff

229

PLXXVIII. Lo Mrs.

208

DLXXIX. to Lady * *

208 Extracts from a Journal begun Nov. 14, 1813,

229

DLXXX. to Mr. Moore

208 Extracts from a Journal in Switzerland,

244

DLXXXI. to the Earl of Blessington 209 Extracts from a Journal in Italy

247

DLXXXII, to the Earl of Blessington 210 Detached Thoughts, extracted from various jour-
DLXXXIII, to the Earl of Blessington 210 nals, memorandums, &c. &c. .

259
DLXXXIV. to the Count * *
210 Review of Wordsworth's Poems

271

DLXXXV. to the Countess Blessington 211

Gell's Geography of Ithaca, and Itinerary

DLXXXVI. to the Countess of *

211 of Greece

271

DLXXXVII. to Lady Byron

211 The first chapter of a Novel, contemplated by Lord

DLXXXVIII. 10 Mr. Blaquiero

212 Byron in the spring of 1812 ; (afterwards published
DLXXXIX. to Mr. Bowring
212 in one of Mr. Dallas' novels)

277

DXC. to Mr. Bowring •

213 Parliamentary Speeches

278

DXCI. to Mr. Church

213 A Fragment

284

DXCII. to M. H. Beylo

214 Letter to John Murray on the Rev. W.L. Bowles's

DXCIII. to Lady * * * *

214 strictures on the Life and writings of Pope

986

DXCIV. to the Countess of Blessington 214 Notes

291

DXCV. to Mr. Bowring

214 Observations upon

« Observations: A second

DXCVI. to Goethe

215 Letter to John Murray Esq. on the Rev. W.L.

DXCVII, 10 Mr. Bowring

215 Bowles's strictures on the Life and writings of

DXCVIII. to the General Government of Pope

295

Greece

216 Note

303

DXCIX. to Prince Mavrocordato 216 Some Observations upon an article in Blackwoo:i's

DC, to Mr. Bowring

216 Magazine

303

DCI. to Mr. Bowring

217 | Letter to the Editor of My Grandmother's Review 819

DCII. to Mr. Bowring

217 Lord Bacon's Apophthegms .

314

DCIII, to the Honourable Mr. Douglas Translation of two Epistles from the Armenian
Kinnaird
218

S18
DCIV. 10 Mr. Bowning.
2181 T've wall of Lord Byrup

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Sun of the sleepless

177

1 Were my bosom as false as thou doom'st it to be 177

2 Herod's lament for Mariamno

177

3 On the day of the destruction of Jerusalem by

11

Titus

177

18 By the rivers of Babylon we sat down and wept 178

27 The destruction of Sennacherib

178

42 From Job

178

43 ODE TO NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE

178

51 Notes

180

57 MONODY ON THE DEATH OF SHERIDAX

180

59 LAMEXT OF TASSO

181

81 POEMS.

91 Written in an album

183

To * * *

183

93 Stanzas written in passing the Ambracian gult 183

97 Stanzas

181

102 Written at Athens

181

Written after swimming from Sestos to Abydos 184

105

Song

185

110 Translation of a famous Greek war song

185
114 Translation of a Romaic song

185

119 Written beneath a picture

186

On parting

186

121

To Thyrza

186

126 Stanzas

186

130 To Thyrza

187

131 Euthanasia

187

139 Stanzas

187

140 Stanzas

188

144 On a cornelian heart which

188

To a youthful friend

188

145 TO ******

189

148 From the Portuguese

189

149 Impromptu, in reply to a friend

189

156 Address spoken at the opening of Drury-Lano

156 Theatre

190

163 To Time

190

174 Translation of a Romaic love-song

190

191

174 On being asked what was the is origin of lover 191

174 Remember him

191

174 Lines inscribed upon a cup

formed from a skull 192

175 On the death of Sir Peter Parker, Bart,

192

175 To a lady weeping

192

175 From the Turkish

192

175 Sonnet

193

Sonnet

193

Inscription on the monument of a Newfoundland

175 dog

193

176 Farewell

193

176 Bright be the place of thy soul

193

176 When we two parted

193

Slanzas for music

194

176 Stanzas for music

194

177 Fare thee well

194

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A sketch

196

Stanzas to a lady

389

То

195 The first kiss of love

389

Ode from the French

196

To Mary

390

From the French

197 To woman

390

On the star of the legion of honour

197 To M. S. G.

390

Napoleon's farewell

197 To a beautiful quaker

390

Written on a blank leaf of " The Pleasures of

Song

39)

Memory"

198

Bonnet

198

To Mary

392

Stanzas to

198 To Lesbia

392

Darkness

198

Lines addressed to a young lady

392

Churchill's grave. A fact literally rendered 199 Love's last adieu

393

The dream

199

Damætas

393

Prometheus

201 To Marion

393

Romance muy doloroso del sitio y toma de Alhama 201 Oscar of Alva

394

A very mournful ballad on the siege and conquest To the Duke of Dorset

397

of Alhama

201

TRANSLATIONS AND IMITATIONS.

Sonette di Vittorelli

203 Adrian's address to his soul when dying, w.tn

Translation fran Vittorelli

203 Translation

398

Ode

204 Translation from Catullus

398

Notes to Poems

205 Translation of the epitaph on Virgil and Ti-

PROPHECY OF DANTE.

bullus

398

Canto I.

206 Imitation of Tibullus

898

Canto II.

207 Translation from Catullus

399

Canto III.

208 Imitated from Catullus

398

Canto IV.

210

Translation from Horace

398

Notes

Translation from Anacreon

399

CAIX

Ode III.

399

MARINO PALIERO

228 Fragments of school exercises

399

Notes

257 The episode of Nisus and Eurialus

399

Appendix

258 Translation from the Medea of Euripides 402

EARDANAPALOI

265

FUGITIVE PIECES.

Notes

291 Thoughts suggested by a college examination 409

THE TWO FOSCARI

291 To the Earl of -

Appendix

310 Answer to some elegant verses sent by a friend

WERNER

315 to the author, complaining that one of his de-

THE DEFORMED TRANSFORMED

345 scriptions was rather too warmly drawn 405

HEAVEN AND LARTH

358 Granta

405

THE ISLAND.

Lachin y. Gair

406

Canto I.

368 To Romance

40

cano II.

Elegy on Newstead Abbey

40%
Canto IJI.

374 On a change of masters at a great public school 409

Canto. IV.

375 Childish recollections

Appendix

378 Answer to a beautiful poem, written by Montgin

HOURS OF IDLENE

mery,

author of “ The Wanderer in Switzer

Preface

382 land," &c. &c. entitled “The Common Lot" 413

On leaving Newstead Abbey

383 To the Rev. J. T. Becher

413

On a distant view of the village and school of The death of Calmar and Orla

Harrow on the Hill

383 To E. N. L., Esq.

415

To D

384 To

416

Epitaph on a friend

384 Stanzas

416

A fragment

384

Lines written beneath an elm in the churchyard

To Eddleston

384 of Harrow on the Hill

417

Reply to some verses of J. M. Pigot, Esq. on Critique, extracted from the Edinburgh Review 419

the cruelty of his mistress

385 ENGLISH BARDS AND SCOTCH REVIEWERS.

To the sighing Strephon

385 Preface

419

The tear

385 Postscript

430

To Miss Pigot

386 HINTS FROM HORACE

431

Lines written in " Letters of an Italian Nun and THE CURSE OF MINERVA

441

an English Gentleman, by J. J. Rousseau, THE WALTZ.

founded on Facts"

986 To the publisher

444

Answer to the foregoing, addressed to Miss 386 AGE OF BRONZE

447

The cornelian

386 THE VISION OF JUDGMENT.

On the death of a young lady, cousin to the author, Preface

453

and very dear to him

387 MORGANTE MAGGIORE.

To Emma

387 Advertisement

461

An occasional prologue, delivered previous to the POEMS.

performance of “The Wheel of Fortune" at a The Blues

467

private theatre

387

Third Act of Manfred, in its original shape, ac

On the death of Mr. Fox

388 first sent to the publisher

470

To M. S.G.

388 To

my dear Mary Anno

472

To Carolino

388 To Miss Chaworth

472

To Carolina

389 Fragment

473

To Caroline

389 The prayer of naturo

473

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369

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Fragmont

473 Remembranco

488

On revisiting Harrow

473 The Adieu

488

L'amitié est l'amour sans ailors

473 To a vain Lady

489

To my son

474 To Anne

490

Epitaph on John Adams, of Southwell

475 To the same

490

Fragment

475 To the Author of a Sonnet beginning " " Sad is

To Mrs. * * *

475 my verso,' you say, 'And yet no tear.

490

A lovo-long

475 On finding a Fan

430

Stanzas to ***

475 Farewell to the Muse

490

To tho samo

476 To an Oak at Newstead

191

Song

476 Lines on hearing that Lady Byron was ill 191

Stanzas to ***, on leaving England

476 Stanzas “ Could love for every

492

Lines to Mr. Hodgson

477 Stanzas to a Hindoo Air

492

Lines in the travellers' book'at Orchomenus

477 Lines intended for the First Canto of Childo Ha-

Epistle to Mr. Hodgson

478 rold's Pilgrimage

493

On Moore's last operatic farco

478

Don JUAN

On Lord Thurlow's poems

495

To Lord Thurlow

478

Canto II.

509

To Thomas Moore

522

Fragment of an epistle to Thomas Mooro 479

Canto IV.

530

The Devil's drive

537

Windsor poeties

480

Preface to Cantos VI. VII. VIN:

547

Additional stanzas to the odo to Napoleon 480

Canto VI.

549

To Lady Caroline Lamb

556

Stanzas for music

480

Canto VIII.

561

Address intended to be recited at the Caledonian

Canto IX.

570

meeting

481

Canto X.

575

To Belshazzar

481

Canto XI.

581

Un the Prince Regent's returning tho picture of

Canto XII.

587

Sarah Countess of Jersey to Mrs. Meo 481

Canto XIII.

592

Hebrew Melodies

482

Canto XIV.

599

Lines intended for the opening of “ The Sioge of

Canto XV.

606

Coruith."

612

Extract from an unpublished poem

482

Notes to Canto I.

620

482
Notes to Canto III.

62C

Notes to Canto IV.

621

was ill.-1816

484 Notes to Canto V.

621

On the bust of Helen by Canova

484 Notes to Canto VI.

622

To Thomas Moore

484 Notes to Canto VII.

622

Stanzas to the river Po

484 Notes to Canto VIII.

622

Sonnet to George the Fourth

484 Notes to Canto IX.

622

The Irish Avatar

485
Notes to Canto X.

323

Francesca of Rimini

485 Notes to Canto XI.

623

Stanzas

486 Notes to Canto XII.

623

Stanzas

487

Notes to Canto XIII.

624

'mpromptu

487 Notes to Canto XIV.

624

To the Countess of Blessington

487

Notes to Canto XV.

624

On this day I completo my thirty-sixth year 487 Notes to Canto XVI.

625

POEMS FROM MANUSCRIPTS COLLECTED IN 1893. Dedication

To a Lady who prosonted tho Author with a vel-

wol band which bound her trossos

488

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