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ALPHABETICAL INDEX.

The figures in Roman numerals refer to the Life.

Abelard, 140.

Alban Hill, description of the, 48, 627. And thou wert sad, 378.
Abercerrage, 416, 447.

Alaric, 14, 363.

Andalusian nobleman,adventures of ,461.
Aberdeen, town of, 134, 551.

Albania, 16, 605.

Andernach, 27.
Aberdeen (George Hamilton Gordon), Albanian dialect of the Ilyric, specimens Andersen, Hans, xxxix,
fourth earl of, 345, 352.

of, 606.

Andrews, Miles Peter, Esq., his prologues,
Abernethy, John, surgeon, 553.

Albanians, their character and manners, 348. Some account of, 348.
Abruzzi, 387.

18, 19. Their resemblance to the High- Andromacho, 419.
Absalom and Achitophel, 497, 644.

landers of Scotland, 605.

Anent, 559.
Absence, results of, 490, 491.
Albano, 48.

Angelo, Michael, his tomb in the church
Absent friend, pleasure of defending, 600. Albano, Francesco, 575.

of Santa Croce, 38. His Last Judgment,
Abydos, Bride of, 61.

Albion, sensations at the first sight of her 398. His copy of Dante, 398. Treatment
Acarnania, 19.

chalky belt, 555.

of, by Julius II., 398. Neglect of, by Leo
Achelous, river, 19
Albrizzi, Countess, 448, xl.

X., 398. Anecdote of, 646.
Acheron, lake, 17.
Albuera, battle of, 7, 12.

Angelo, Saint, Castle of, 46, 252.
Acherusia, lake, 17.

Alcibiades, beauty of his person, 324. Angiolini, dancer, 347.
Achilles, his person, 245. Tomb of, 503, 505. General charm of his name, 243. His Anger, 79, 472.
Achitophel, 644.

character, 586.

Angling, the cruelest and stupidest of
Achmet III., 99.
Alexander the Great, his sarcophagus,

sports, 577.
Acroceraunian mountains, 40.

414. His reply to Parmenio after the bat Anne, Lines to, 421.
Acropolis of Athens, 12, 558, 604.

tle of Issus, 646.

Annesley, hill near, 380.
Actium, 16. Sea-fight of, 16, 519.

Alexander, emperor of Russia, 416, 525, Annuitants, alleged longevity of, 478.
Ada. See Byron, Augusta-Ada, xxxii, 584.

Anstey's Bath Guide, 596, 647.
Xxxvi. Portrait of, xxxiii.

Alexander III., submission of Barba Anteros, 147.
Adams, John, a carrier, who died of rossa to, 613.

Anthony, Saint, his recipe for hot blood,
drunkenness, epitaph on, 423.

Alfieri, Vittorio, his life quoted, 33. His 463.
Addison, his “faint praise,” 600.

tomb in the church of Santa Croce, 39. Antigonus, 646.
Address spoken at the opening of Drury His memory dear to the Italians, 618. Anti-jacobin, 404.
Lane Theatre, 436.
Alfonso III., 37, 383, 384.

Antilochus, tomb of, 663.
Address intended to be recited at the Algiers, 469.

Antinous, his heroic death, 13.
Caledonian Meeting, 440.
Alhama, 446.

Antoninus Pius, 624.
Adieu, the; written under the impres- Ali Pacha of Yanina, 17, 18. His assassi Antony, 16. His person described, 243.

sion that the author would soon die, 420. nation, 18. His murder of Giaffir, pacha The slave of love, 488, 519.
Adieu, adieu! my native shore, 4.

of Argyro Castro, 67. Portrait of, xxiii. Apelles, 398.
Adieu to sweet Mary forever, 602.

All is vanity, saith the Preacher, 372. Apennines, 40,539.
Admiration, 489, 513.
Alla Hul 56, 534.

Apicius, 409.
Adrian's Address to his soul when Allegra (Lord Byron's natural daughter), Apollo, 498.
dying, translation of, 306.

338, xxxiii, xli.

Appearances, the joint on which good
Adriatic, the, 35.
Alliance, the Holy, 416, 519.

society hinges, 575.
Adversity, 567, 581.
Alphæus, river, 17.

Applause, popular, 495,
Advice, 471, 587.

Alpinula, Julia, her death, 28. Her af Arabs, life of the, 69.
Ægean sea, 82, 362.

fecting epitaph, 28.

Ararat, Mount, 185,
Egina, 37, 82, 362.
Alps, the, 28, 40.

Arcadia, 607.
Æschylus, translation from his “Prome. Alterkirchen, 27.

Archidamus, 137.
theus Vinctus,” 307.
Alypius, 24.

Archimedes, 584.
Æsietes, tomb of, 66.

Amber, susceptible of a perfume, 66. Archipelago, 29, 139.
Æsop, 416.

Ambition, 25, 26, 41, 162, 244, 548, 563. Ardennes, forest of, 24.
Etna, 59.

Ambracian Gulf, Stanzas written in pass Aretino, Pietro, 621.
Ætolia, 19.

ing the, 429. Reflections on the past and Argos, 98.
Africa and Africans, described, 502.

present state of, 16.

Argus, Ulysses' dog, 491.
Agamemnon, 459.
Ambrosian library at Milan, 615.

Argyro Castro, 67.
Age, 22, 173.

America, 42, 385, 442, 538, 556, 587, 628. Ariosto, his bust, 37, 617. His person re-
Age of Bronze; or, Carmen Seculare et Amitié est l'Amour sans Ailes, 333.

spected by the public robber, 643.
Annus haud Mirabilis, 413.

Amulets, the belief in, universal in the Aristides, 646, xxix.
Age of Gold, 523.

East, 66.

Aristippus, 488.
Ages, changes produced by the lapse of, Anacreon, his « Θέλω λεγείν Ατρείδας” Aristotle, 467, 587.
498, 499.

translated, 307. His Μεσονυκτιαις ποθ' Arithmetic, poets of, 600.
Agesilaus, 137.

wpais translated, 307. His morals worse Armageddon, Townsend's, 355.
Agis, king of Sparta, 183.

than those of Ovid, 462.

Arms of the Byron family, xi. For Crest,
Agilulf, Duke of Turin, 617.
Anastasius Macedon, 636.

see Genealogical Table.
Aglietti, Dr., 33.
Anastasius, Hope's, 353.

Army, 534.
Agostini, Leonardo, 618.

Ancestry, ix, 525. See Genealogical Table. Army tailor, 547.
Agrarian law, 552.

And say'st thou that I have not felt, 602. Arnaouts, or Albanese, 605. Their re.
Ajax, 13. Sepulchre of, 503.

And wilt thou weep when I am low? 426. semblance to the Highlanders of Scot.
Alamanni, 184.
And thou art dead, as young and fair, 434. land, 605.

Arno, river, 38, 550.
Barthelemi, M., 609.

Blue devils, 585,
Arqua, 36, 616.

Basilius, Lord Byron's Athenian servant, Blue, instrument for measuring the is
Art of Happiness, Horace's, 572.

605.

tensity of, 506.
A spirit pase'd before me, 374.
Bashfulness, 63.

Blue-stocking, 400.
As o'er the cold sepulchral stone, 428. Bath Guide, Anstey's, 596, 647.

Blue-stocking Club, origin of, 400.
Asdrubal, 133.
Bathurst, Captain, 430.

Blues, 121, 400, 505, 560.
Askalon, 305.
Battle, 24, 79, 103, 104, 533, 534.

Blue, The; a Literary Eclogue, 400.
Asphaltes, lake, 25.

Baviad and Mæviad, extinguishment of Boabdil, 463.
Assassination, 5, 18, 63, 67, 225, 508, xlv. the Della Cruscans by the, 349.

Boatswain, Lord Byron's favorite dog
Assyria, 195, 198, 575. Banners of, 225. Baxter, Richard, 357. His Shove, 357. Inscription on his monument, 45.
Asturias, 6.
Bay of Biscay, 4.

Boccaccio, treatment of his ashes, d. De
Atalantis, 563.
Bayard, Chevalier, 2, 250.

fence of, 620.
Athanasian creed, 520.
Bayes, his expedient, 358.

Boehm, Mrs., 120.
Athenians, character of the, 606.
Beatrice of Dante, 394, 395, 490.

Bæotia, 9, 607.
Athens, apostrophe to, 13. Reflections Beaumont, Sir George, 403, 643.

Boileau, his depreciation of Tasso, 616.
on the past and present condition of, 13. Beauty, 2, 9, 53, 54, 62, 63, 463, 494, 513, 521, Bolero, 581.
Its situation and climate, 13, 607. On the 570, 588.

Boleyn, Anne, her remark on the scal.
plunder of the works of art at, 14, 362, Becher, Rev. John, Answer to his com fold, 81.
363, 604. Engraving of Franciscan con plaint that one of Lord Byron's descrip- Bolingbroke, Lord, hires Mallet to na
vent at, xxv.

tions was rather too warmly drawn, 325. duce Pope, 344.
Athens, Maid of, 430. Portrait of, xxiv. Lines addressed to, on his advising Lord Bolivar, Simon, 415.
Athos, Mount, 15. Project for hewing it Byron to mix more with society, 332, xx. Bonn, 554.
into a statue of Alexander, 569.

Becket, Thomas å, his tomb in Canter Bonne fortune, 582.
Atlas, 40.

bury Cathedral, 555.

Bonnivard, Francois de, account of, 112,
Attic Bee, 596.

Beckford, William, Esq., his residence at 163.
Atticus, 361.

Cintra described, 5. Some accountof, 103. Booby, Lady, 516.
Attila, 184. His barangue to his army Bed of Ware, 520.

Boone, Daniel, the Kentuckian back-
previous to the battle of Chalons, 369. Bedlam, 558, 584.

woodsman, 538.
Attributed Poems, 602, 603.
Behmen, Jacob, his reveries, 519.

Boros, 576.
Augury, 499.

Belisarius, 626. "A hero, conqueror, and Born in the garret, in the kitchen bred.
Augusta, Stanzas to, 376. Epistle to, 377. cuckold," 488.

375.
xi; xlii. Engraving of the tomb erected Belshazzar, vision of, 373, 493. Lines to, | Borysthenos, the, 124.
by her to Lord Byron, see last page of the 441.

Boscan, Almogava, 465.
Life.

Bendor, obstinacy of Charles XII. at, Bosphorus, the, 506.
Augustin, Saint, his confessions, 462, 593. 541.

Boswell, James, Esq., 361.
Augustus Cæsar, 625.
Bentley, Dr. Richard, 322.

Botany Bay, 496.
Auld lang syne,
557.
Beppo, a Venetian Story, 116.

Bounty, Mutineers of the, 130.
Aurora Borealis, 407, Don Juan & versi. Berkeley, Bishop, his skepticism con Bourbon, Duke of, Constable of France,
fied, 527.

cerning the existence of matter, 556. 248, 251, 396.
Austerlitz, battle of, 366.
Berlin, 415, 554.

Bouts-rimés, 596.
Authors, 121, 510.
Bernard, Saint, monks of, 611.

Bowers, Mr. (Byron's school teacher),
Autocrat, 545.

Berni, the father of the Beppo style of xiii.
Autumn, an English, described, 575. writing, 386.

Bowles, Rev. William Lisle, The msod-
Avarice, a good old-gentlemanly vice, Bernis, Abbe de, 154.

lin prince of mournful sonneteen, 84%.
474. Panegyric on, 563.
Bertram, Maturin's tragedy of, 156.

His Spirit of Discovery, 343. Lines on
Ave Maria ! 497.

Betty, William Henry West (the young his edition of Pope, 344.
Avenches, 28.

Roscius), 346.

Boxing, 359.
Aventicum, 28.
Bigamy, 541.

Braemar, 325.
Away, away, ye notes of woe, 433.
Bigotry, 5, 141.

Braham, John, singer, 370.
Away, ye gay landscapes, ye gardens of Bile, energetic, described, 517.

Brandy for heroes! 131.
roses ! 324.
Biscay, Bay of, 4.

Brasidas, 13, 34.
A year ago you swore, etc., 444.

Birds, belief that the souls of the dead Brass, Corinthian, 523.
inhabit the forms of, 71.

Brave, picture of the truly, 541.
Babel, tower of, 511.
Birons, of France, 554.

Bread fruit, 132.
Babylon, ruins of, 511.

Black Friar of Newstead Abbey, 595. Brennus, 396.
Bacchus, 486, 599. Temple of, 625. Blackbourne, Archbishop, 628.

Brenta, 36, 184.
Back woodsmen, Kentuckian, 538, Blackett, Joseph, the poetical cobbler, Briareus, 521.
Bacon, Friar, his brazen head, 474. The 348, 360, 431.

Bride of Abydos, 61.
discoverer of gunpowder, 536.
Blackmore, Sir Richard, 342.

Bridge of Sighs, 34, 611.
Bacon, Lord, 497, 586. Essay on Empire, Black Prince, The, 331, 555.

Brig of Balgounie, 551.
517. Inaccuracies in his Apophthegms, Blackwood's Magazine, Some Observa- Bright be the place of thy soul! 123.
646. Saying of, 578.

tions upon its remarks on Don Juan, 639. Brighton, pavilion at, 584.
Baillie, Joanna, 156.

Critical notes from, passim.

Brissot de Warville, 458.
Baillie, Dr. Matthew, 553. His visit to Blair, Dr., his Sermons, 485.

Bristol, 344.
Lord Byron, 460. Remarkable for plain- Blake, fashionable tonsor, 358.

British Critic, 638.
ness of speech, 553, xiv.
Blanc Mt., 28.

British Review, the Old Girl's Review, ØL
Bailli, Mayor of Paris, 183.

Bland, Rev. Robert, his Collections from Lord Byron's Letter to the Editor of, 631.
Balgounie, brig of, 551.

the Greek Anthology, 350, 645.

Brocken, superstition of the, 243.
Baltic, 364.

Blank-verse, excellence of rhyme over, Bronze wolf of Rome, 41, 623.
Bandusian Fountain, 627.

in English poetry, 473, 644.

Brougham, Henry, Esq.(Lord Broagban
Banks, Sir Joseph, 2.
Blasphemy and Blasphemers, 518.

and Vaux), 338, 346, XX.
Barbarossa, Frederic, his submission to | Blessington, Countess of, Impromptu on Brown, Dr. Thomas, his Paradise of Co-
Pope Alexander the Third, 35, 613.

her taking a villa called “Il Paradiso," quettes, 645.
Barings, the, 563.

454. Lines written at the request of, Brummell, William, 562.
Barnave, Pierre-Joseph, 458.

455, xvii, li, lii.

Brunck, Professor, 322.
Barossa, battle of, 364.

Bligh, Captain, his Narrative of the Brunswick, Duke of, his death at Quatre-
Barrataria, account of the buccaneer Mutiny of the Bounty, 130.

Bras, 24.
establishment at, 628.

Blood, "only serves to wash ambition's Brussels, 24.
Barrey, Lodowick, 367.

hands," 548.

Brutus, 39, 589.
Barrow, Dr. Isaac, his sermons, 485. Bloomfield, Nathaniel, 349, 360.

Bryant, Jacob, on the existence of Tros,
Barrow, Sir John, Life of Peter the Great, Bloomfield, Robert, 349, 360.

503.
129. His account of the cyanometer, 506. Blucher, Marshal, 537.

Bucentaur, 35, 159, 183.

Budgell, Eustace, his leap into the Campbell, Thomas, Esq., 349. His Pleas- Charles XII. of Sweden, his obstinacy
Thames, 361.

ures of Hope, 349. Inadvertencies in at Bender, 541.
Bull fight, description of a, 10, 11, 666. his Lives of the Poets, 647. Critical notes Charlotte, Princess of Wales, Lines to,
Buonaparte, Jacopo, his “Sacco di Ro- by, passim, xxxii.

435. Reflections on her death, 563.
ma,” 252.
Can Grande, 417.

Stanzas on her death, 48.
Buonaparte, Lucien, his Charlemagne, Candia, 35, 481.

Chase, the English, 575.
351.
Cannæ, battle of, 28.

Chateaubriand, at Verona, 419.
Buonaparte, Napoleon, 368, 414, 442, 545, Canning, Right Hon. George, his charac- Chatham, first earl of, 569.
584. The Triptolemus of the British far- ter, 418, 518.

Chaucer, 357.
| mer, 418. His exclamation on the loss Canova, 38. Lines on his bust of Helen, Chaworth, Mary Anne (afterwards Mrs.
of his old guard, 554. His character, 25.
448.

Musters), 311. Fragment written shortly
Ode to, 368. Lines on his escape from Cant, “the crying sin of the times,” 519. after her marriage, 311. Stanzas to, Oh!
Elba, 442.

Cantemir, Demetrius, his History of the had my fate, 336. Farewell to, 423.
Burgage, tenures and tithes, discord's Ottoman Empire, 517, 521.

Stanzas to, on the author's leaving Eng-
torches, 597.
Canterbury Cathedral, 555.

land, 380, 381, 425, 427. Portrait of, xvi,
Burgess, Sir James Bland, his epic of Capitol, the, 624.

xvii, xxxii.
Richard the First sold to line trunks, 359, Capitoline Hill, 38.

Chaworth's, Mr., duel, X.
613.
Capo d'Istria, 154.

Cheltenham, 134.
Burgoyne, General, 458.
Capo d'Istrias, Count, 419.

Cheops, King, his pyramid, 474.
Burke, Edmund, 2, 131.
Capo di Bove, 42.

Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, 1, xxvii, xl.
Burns, Robert, What would he have been Caracalla, 625.

Childish Recollections, 327.
if a patrician ? 349. His youthful pranks. Caractacus, 574.

Children, 267, 268, 493.
496.
Caravaggio, 575.

Chill and mirk is the nightly blast, 429.
Busby, Thomas, Mus. Doct., his mono- Carbonari, 417.

Chillon, Prisoner of, 112.
logue on the opening of Drury Lane Care, 553.

Chillon, Sonnet on, 112.
Theatre, 366. Parody on his monologue, Carlile, Richard, 518.

Chillon, Castle of, 113. View of, 115.
436.

Carlisle (Frederick Howard), fifth earl of, Chimari, 40.
Bute, Lord, 410.

348, 351. Character of his poems, 304, Chimariot Mountains, 17.
Butler, Dr. (head-master at Harrow), 328, Dedication of Hours of Idleness to, 303, China, 564.
351. Lines on his being appointed head- xiv, xv.

Chioza, war of, 614.
master at Harrow, 309.

Carlisle (Isabella Byron), Countess of, Chivalry, 2, 498, 570.
By the rivers of Babylon, 374.

303.

Christ, "pure creed of, made sanction of
Byron, Sir John, the Little, with the great Carlo Dolce, 575.

all ill," 586.
beard, 305.
Carnage, 534, 539.

Christabel, 375.
Byron, two of the family of, at the siege Carnival, 116, 448.

Christianity, 586.
of Calais, and battle of Cressy, 305, X. Caroline, Lines to, 308, 309.

Chronology of Byron's life and works,
Byron, Sir Nicholas, his character by Caroline, queen of England, 452, 511, 563. iv.
Lord Clarendon, 305, xxxiii.
Carr, Sir John, 315, 352.

Chrysostom, Saint, 462.
Byron, Admiral John (grandfather of the Carthage, 538. Majorian's visit to, 70. Churches, 510.

poet), his proverbial ill-luck at sea, 377, Cary, Rev. Henry Francis, his translation Churchill's Grave, 445, xxi.
x, xi. My grand-dad's Narrative, 483. of Dante, 395.

Cicisbeo, 118.
Byron, William, fifth lord (granduncle of Carysfort (John Joshua Proby), first earl Cid, 415, 416.
the poet), 327, x.
of, his Poems and Tragedies, 361.

Cigar, 135.
Byron, Mrs. (mother of the poet), 241, xi, Cash, potency of, 563, 564.

Cincinnatus, 370, 418.
xii, xiii, xiv, xviii.

Casimir, John, king of Poland, 123. Cintra, 4. Convention of, 5.
Byron, Honorable Augusta (sister of the Castalian dews, 3, 605.

Circassians, 522.
poet). See Leigh, Honorable Augusta. Castelnau, his Histoire de la Nouvelle Circus at Rome, 45. Maximus, 625.
By Lady, 346, 375, 378, 452, 459, 640. Russie, 518.

Cithæron, Mount, 607.
Lines on hearing that she was ill, 378. Castlereagh, Viscount (Robert Stewart, Cities, overthrow of great, 538.
Lines on reading in the newspapers that Marquess of Londonderry), 418, 457, 518, Civilization, 538.
she had been patroness of a charity ball, 547, 554. Epigrams on, 452. Epitaph on, Claire, mother of Allegra, xxxiii.
452. To Jessy, 602. Portrait of, xxxi. 452.

Clare (John Fitzgibbon), Earl of, Lines
Byron, Honorable Augusta Ada (daughter Castri, village of, 3, 9.

on, 329. Stanzas to, 334, xvi. Portrait of,
of the poet), 22, 32, 375. Portrait of, xxxii. Catalani, Madame, 347.

XV.
Byron, John (father of the poet), xi, xii. Cathay, 564.

Clarens, 31.
Byzantium, 35.
Catherine I. of Russia, 417.

Clarke, Dr. Edward Daniel, 14.
Catherine II. of Russia, 525, 547, 548, 549, Clarke, Hewson, 351, 352.
Cabot, Sebastian, 397.

553.

Classics, too early study of, 40.
Cadiz, 9, 11, 459, 474, xxii.
Catiline, 526.

Cleonice and Pausanias, story of, 147.
Cadiz, the girl of, 11.

Cato lends his wife to Hortensius, 519. Cleopatra, 590.
Cæsar, Julius, 41, 247. His character, 535, Catullus, the scholar of Love, 488. His Clergy, 578.

624. His laurel wreath, 46, 247. The “Ad Lesbiam" translated, 306. His “Lu- Clermonts, The two, xxxiii.
suitor of love, 134, 488.

gete, Veneres, Cupidinesque,” translated, Clitumnus, the river, 39. Temple of, 39.
Cain, a Mystery, 255, xlvi.

306. Imitation from, 306.

Clootz, Anacharsis, 458.
Calais, 305.
Caucasus, Mount, 352.

Clytemnestra, 549.
Calderon, 459.
Cavalier servente, 118, 119, 547.

Cobbett, William, epigram on his digging
Caledonian Meeting, Address intended Cecilia Metella, tomb of, 42.

up Tom Paine's bones, 451.
to be recited at, 440.
Cecrops, 363.

Coblentz, 27.
Calenture, 231, 596.
Cellini, Benvenuto, 251.

Cocker, 600.
Caligula, 99. His wish, 621.
Cephisus, river of, 82, 362.

Cognac, apostrophized, 501.
Calm at Sea, 89, 487.
Ceres, 564,

Cogni, Margarita, portrait of, xl, xli.
Calmar and Orla, Death of, 332.

Cervantes, 527. Character of his “Don Cohen, Mr. Francis (now Sir Francis
Calpe, 15, 351.

Quixote,” 570.

Palgrave), 629.
Calvin, 357.
Chæronea, 24.

Colchis, 493.
Calypso, isles of, 15.
Chamouni, lines written at, 602.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, Esq., 98, 342,
Cambridge University, 322, 351, 353, xvii, Chandler, Dr., 12, 607.

456, 465, 473, 496, 642, xxi.
xxxii.
Change, 561, 562, 563.

Coliseum, 44, 46, 152.
Cambysos, 414.

Charity Ball, Lines on reading that Lady College examination, Thoughts suggested
Cameron, Sir Evan, 24.

Byron was patroness of a, 452.

by a, 321.
Camilla, 581.
Charlemagne, 419.

Collini, Signora, 347.
Camoëns, 342. Stanzas to a lady, with the Charlemont, Mrs., 375.

Colman, George, Jr., 346.
poems of, 309.
Charles I., 574.

Cologne, 554.

on, 435.

Colonna, Cape, 21, 364, 604.
Dance, Pyrrhic, 491, 496.

Don Juan, 456. Letter to the Editor of
Columbia, 42.
Dancing, 24, 504, 588.

My Grandmother's Review, 637. Otsett
Columbus, 397, 587, 593.
Dandies, dynasty of the, 120.

tions upon an Article in Blackwoods
Comboloio, or Turkish rosary, 66, 83. Dandolo, Henry, the octogenarian chief, Magazine, 639. Dedication of * Doe
Comedy, the day of, gone by, 576.
35, 614.

Juan" to Robert Southey, Esq.,
Common Lot, answer to a beautiful | Dante, 37, 38, 619, 643. His Beatrice, 394, Preface to cantos vi., vii., viii., 518 lii.
poem entitled the, 331.

490,619. His wife, 395, 490. Prophecy of, Don Quixote, a too true tale, 570. De
Commonwealth, 36, 170, 385.

393.

light of reading in the original, 585.
Condorcet, Marquis de, 458.
Danton, 458.

Doomsday-book, 553.
Congreve, 576.
Dardanelles, 504.

Dorotheus of Mitylene, 636.
Congreve rockets, 468.
Darkness, 444.

Dorset (Charles Sackville), Earl of, his
Conquest, the, a fragment, 452.

Daru, M., his picture of Venetian society character, 310.
Conscience, 54, 144, 150, 465, 470, 488.

and manners, 632.

Dorset (George-John-Frederick), fourth
Constantinople, 20. Slave-market at, Darwin, Erasmus, his "pompous chime," duke of, 310. Lines occasioned by the
described, 506, xxiii.

350. His Botanic Garden, 350. Put down death of, 442.
Conversationists, 577.

by a poem in the Anti-jacobin, 612. Dorset (Thomas Sackville), Earl of, called
Conversations with Byron, 151, 256, 497. Dates, a " sort of post-house, where the the drama forth, 310.
Cookery, science of, 590.

Fates change horses," 466.

Doubt, 545, 556.
Copyright, sums paid by Mr. Murray to David, King, 470. His harp, 370.

Dover, dear, 555.
Lord Byron for, 341, 649, xxviii.

Davies, Scope (college friend of Byron), Drachenfels, castle of, 27, 554.
Coquette, 568.

xviii, xxiv, xxxix.

Drapery Misses, 560.
Corinth, 37. Ancient coin of, 106.
Davy, Sir Humphry, 403, 468.

Drawcansir, 355.
Corinth, Siege of, 98.

Dead, features of the, 51. Belief that the Dream, The, 380.
Corinthian brass, 523,

souls of, inhabit the forms of birds, 71. Dreams, 212, 524.
Cornelian, the, 322.

Dear Doctor, I have read your play, 449. Dresden, 554.
Cornelian heart which was broken, Lines Dear object of defeated care, 430.

Drowning, 60, 70, xxvi.
Death, 22, 30, 44, 58, 263, 384, 446, 498, 199, Drummond, Sir William, 155.
Cornwall, Barry (Bryan Walter Procter), 503, 505,509, 544,550. Shuns the wretched, Drury, Rev. Dr. Joseph, 40. Lines on his
561.

472. Advantages of an early, 499, 547. retiring from the head-mastership of
Coron, bay of, 77.

The sovereign's sovereign, 552. A re- Harrow, 309, 328, xi, xiv, xviii.
Corsair, The, a Tale, 72. Note on, 628. former, 552. Dunnest of all duns, 586. Drury Lane Theatre, Address spoken at
Cortejo, 118, 469.
A gaunt gourmand, 586.

the opening of, 436.
Cottle, Joseph, his “Alfred" and "Fall Death and the Lady, 490.

Dryden, his Ode, 642. His epigram under
of Columbia," 344.
Death of Calmar and Orla, 332.

Milton's picture, 643. His “ Palamon
Could I remount the river of my years, Dee, the, 337.

and Arcite," 644. His “Absalom and
446.

De Foix, Gaston, his tomb at Raveana, Achitophel," 497.
Could love forever, 451.

505.

Dubost, M., painter, his Beauty and the
Coumourgi, Ali, 99.

Deformed Transformed; a Drama, 241, Beast, 353
Country and town, discrepancies be- xlvi.

Duelling, 501.
tween, 599.

Delawarr (George-John West), fifth earl, Duet between Campbell and Bowles, 452
Courage, 39, 183.

304. Verses to, 304. Lines on, 337. Duff, Miss Mary (afterwards Mrs. Robert
Cowper, 349.

Delawarr (Thomas West), third earl, por- Cockburn), Lord Byron's boyish attach.
Coxcomb, 417, 467, 582, 586, 591,

trait of, given to the city of Philadelphia ment for, 337, xiii.
Coxe, Archdeacon, his “Life of Marl. by his descendants, 330.

Dumourier, 458.
borough," 496.
Delphi, fountain of, 3.

Duppa, Richard, Esq., his Life of Michael
Crabbe, Rev. George, “though Nature's Deluge, 188, 193, 194.

Angelo, 398, 399.
sternest painter, yet the best,” 350; "the Demetrius Poliorcetes described, 243. Dwarfs, 512.
first in point of power and genius," 350; Demosthenes, 321, 416, 417.

Dying Gladiator, 45.
“the first of living poets,” 642.

Denman (Lord Chief Justice), his trans-
Craning, 580.

lation of the Greek song on Harmodius E-Lines to, 304.
Crashaw, Richard, 495.

and Aristogiton, 23.

Early death, 499, 550.
Creation, 262.

Do Pauw, his writings characterized, Early hours, 559. .
Crest of the Byron family. See Genealogi. 608.

Early rising, 484.;
cal Table.

De Quincey, Mr., his Confessions of an Eating, 508.
Cribb, Tom, pugilist, 363.

Opium-Eater, 499.

Eblis, Oriental Prince of Darkness, 56.
Croker, Right Hon. John Wilson, his Dervish Tahiri, Lord Byron's Arnaout Eclectic, 494.
query concerning the “Bride of Abydos," Guide, 98, 605,

Eclectic Review, 359.
61.
Desaix, General, 458.

Economy, 552.
Cromwell, Oliver, the sagest of usurpers, Despair, 23, 60, 83, 479, 480, 537.

Eddlestone (Cambridge chorister), Lines
41.
Despotism, 514.

on a cornelian given to Lord Byron by,
Cruscan school of poetry, annihilated by Destiny, 41.

322.
Gifford, 642,
Destruction of Sennacherib, 374.

Edgeworth, Maria, 460.
Culloden, battle of, 325.

Devil's Drive; an unfinished Rhapsody, Edinburgh Review, 338. Its Critique on
Cumberland, Duke of, hero of Culloden,

439.

Hours of Idleness, 338. Strictures on its
458.
Devotion, 256, 497, 521.

remarks on the literature of modern
Cumberland, Richard, 346.

Dibdin, Thomas, success of his “ Mother Greece, 608.
Curran, Right Hon. John Philpot, 562, 576. Goose," 347.

Edward the Black Prince, his tomb, 55.
Currie, Dr., his Life of Burns, 496.

Dinner, a man's happiness dependent on, Egeria, 43, 625. Fountain of, 43. Grotto
Curse of Minerva, 362, xxiv.

508.

of, 44, 625.
Curtis, Sir William, 419, 556.

Dinner.bell, the tocsin of the soul, 510. Egripo (the Negropont), 64.
Cuvier, Baron, 256, 546.
Diodati, view of the villa, xxxvi.

Ehrenbreitstein, 27.
Cyanometer described, 506.
Diogenes, 590, 596.

Ekenhead, Mr., 430, 481.
Cyclades, 483, 503.
Dirce, fountain of, 607.

Elba, Isle of, 415.
Cypress tree, 52.

Discontents, progress of popular, 537. Eldon, Earl of, his impartiality, 592, xxi.
Cyprus, 184, 481.
Disdar Aga, 606.

Elegy on Newstead Abbey, 326.
Cyrus, 592.

Disraeli, J., Esq., Dedication to him of | Elgin, Lord, 14, 352, 362, 363, 604, xxiv.

Observations upon an Article in Black- Elgin marbles, 362, 363.
Dallas, xxii, xxvii.

wood's Magazine, 639.

Eliza, Lines to, 324.
Damætas, a character, 314.
Dives, Lines to, 432.

Elizabeth, Queen, her avarice, 549.
Damas, Count de, 529.
Doge, 175, 184, 240.

Ellen, Lines to, imitated from Catullus,
Damme, the British, 559.
Dolce, Carlo, 575.

306.
Dance of Death, Holbein's, 588.
Don, brig of, 551.

Eloisa, 140.

Eloisa and Abelard, Pope's, 644,

Father of Light! great God of heaven, 334. Gayton, dancer, 347.
Eloquence, power of, 586.

Fauvel, M., French consul at Athens, 604, Gazelle, the, 2, 54.
Emma, Lines to, 307.

607.

Gell, Sir William, 352.
Endorsement to Deed of Separation, 444. Faux pas, in England, 582.

Gemma, the wife of Dante, 396.
English Bards and Scotch Reviewers, Fazzioli, the Venetian, 475.

Genesis, 185, 189, 263, 271.
339, xxi.
Fear, 80, 594, 603.

Geneva, Lake of, 29, 113, 611
English look, 507.

Features, 512.

Genevra, Sonnets to, 438.
English women, 568.

Feelings, innate, 504.

Genlis, Madame de, 367.
Ennui, 497. A growth of English root, Feinagle, Professor, his Mnemonics, 459. Gentlemen farmers, 546.
577.

Felicaja, his “ O Italia, Italia," translated, George the Third, 366, 406, 416, 562.
Enthusiasm, a moral inebriety, 572.

37.

George the Fourth, 440, 441, 453, 456, 543,
Envy, 522.
Female fickleness, 585.

546, 562.
Epaminondas, his disinterestedness, 544. Female friendship, 584.

Georgia, 521, 522.
Epic poem, definition of an, 473.

Fenelon, 527.

Georgians, beauty of the, 521.
Epigram on Moore's Operatic Farce, or Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick, 438. Gesner, his “Death of Abel," 255.
Farcical Opera, 432. From the French Ferney, 31.

Ghibelines, 394, 395, 595.
of Rulhières, 435, 450. On my Wedding Ferrara, Lord Byron's visit to, 37.

Ghost, the Newstead, 595.
Day, 451. On Cobbett's digging up Tom Few years have pass'd since thou and I, Ghosts, 523, 592, 593, 594, 603.
Paine's Bones, 451. The world is a bundle 424.

Giaffar,pacha of Argyro Castro, his fate,67.
of hay, 451. On my Wedding, 452. On Fickleness of woman, 585.

Giant's Grave, 506.
the Brazier's Company having resolved Fiction less striking than truth, 585. Giaour, The; a Fragment of a Turkish
to present an Address to Queen Caroline, | Fielding, 504.

Tale, 50.
452. On Lord Castlereagh, 452.
Fill the goblet again, 426.

Gibbon, Edward, Esq., his character, 31,
Epistle, a female, described, 577.
First Kiss of Love, 309.

xxxix.
Epistle to a friend, in answer to some First love, 468, 487.

Gibraltar, Straits of, 15.
Lines exhorting the author to banish Fitzgerald, Lord Edward, “Sonnet on Gifford, William, Esq., 185, 191, 349, 361,
care, 432.
the repeal of his forfeiture," 450.

375, 642, xxvii. Portrait of, xlvii, fac-
Epistle to Augusta, 377.
Fitzgerald, William Thomas, poetaster, Gin, 554.

[ing lviii,
Epitaph on a friend, 305. Ou Virgil and 340, 361.

Gingough, Saint, 611.
Tibullus, by Domitius Marsus, translated, Fletcher, William (Lord Byron's faithful Giorgione, 117.
306. On John Adams, of Southwell, a valet), 4, 22, 428, 650.

Girl of Cadiz, 11.
carrier, who died of drunkenness, 423. Florence, 38, 394, 395.

Glaciers, 40.
Substitute for an, 430. My own, 430. For Florence (Mrs. Spencer Smith), 15. Gladiator, the dying, 45, 502.
Joseph Blackett, late poet and shoe- Stanzas to, 428.

Gladiators, 626.
maker, 431, For William Pitt, 451. For Foppery, 645.

Glory, 13, 35, 46, 496, 528, 533, 543.
Lord Castlereagh, 452.
Fortitude, 25, 35, 80, 81, 584.

Godoy, Don Manuel, 7.
Eratostratus, 364.

Fortune, 25, 41, 75, 120, 180, 503, 507, 645. Godwin, William, xxxiii.
Eros and Anteros, 147.
Forty-parson power, 552.

Goethe, his tribute to the memory of
Erse language, 535.

Foscari, the Two; an Historical Tragedy, Byron, 195. Dedication of “Sardanapa-
Erskine, Lord, 576.

222.

lus" to, 195. His “Mephistopheles,” 570.
Etiquette, 514, 517.
Foscari family, 630.

Gold, 563.
Etna, 481.
Foscolo, Ugo, 383.

Golden Fleece, 493.
Eugene of Savoy, 397.

Fox, Right Hon. Charles James, 380. Lines Goldoni's comedies, 636.
Euphues (Barry Cornwall), 561.

on the death of, 323. Saying of, 323. Goldsmith, his anticipated definition of
Euripides, translation from his Medea, Fox hunt, an English, 580.

the Lake school of poetry, 642.
'Ερωτες υπερ, 321.
Fragment, 305.

Gondola described, 117.
Eustace's “Classical Tour in Italy,” strict- Fragment, written shortly after the mar- Gondoliers, songs of the Venetian, 34,
ures on, 627.
riage of Miss Chaworth, 311.

467, 612.
Euthanasia. When Time, or soon or France, 42, 416.

Good Night, the, 4. Lord Maxwell's, 1.
late, 434.

Francesca of Rimini; from the Inferno Goose, royal game of, 567.
Eutropius, the eunuch, and minister of of Dante, 399.

Gordon, Lord George, 366.
Arcadius, character of, 457.

Francis, Sir Philip, the probable author Gordons of Gight, 325.
Euxine or Black Sea, description of, 506. of “Junius," 411.

Goza, 15.
Evening described, 36, 107, 497.

Franciscan convent at Athens, 353, 362. Gracchus, Tiberius, 552.
Evil, 266. Origin of, 266.

Sketch of, xxv.

Grafton, Duke of, 410.
Evil Eye, superstition of, 56.
Frankfort, 366.

Grahame, James, his “Sabbath Walks"
Exile, 22, 232, 475.
Franklin, Benjamin, Engraving of, 302;

and “ Biblical Pictures," 343,
Expectation, 88, 467.

411, 415, 416, 484.

Granby, Marquess of, 458.
Experience, 566. The chief philosopher, Frascati, 627.

Granta ; a Medley, 311.
586.
Fraser, Mrs., 432.

Grattan, Right Hon. Henry, 453, 518, 562.
Eyes, 463, 591, 593, 595, 603.

Frederic he Second, 141, 331, 415. His Gra 454, 643.
flight from Molwitz, 535.

Gray, May, Byron's nurse, xiv.
Faintness, sensation of, 482. The last Free to confess, the phrase, 598.

Greatest living poets, 560.
mortal birth of pain, 384.
Freedom, 20, 21, 42, 51, 78, 385, 555.

Greece, past and present condition of, 9,
Fairy, 146.
Free will, 266.

14, 20, 51, 82, 101, 358, 415, 495, 496.
Faliero, Marino, Doge of Venice, 154. Frere, Right Hon. John Hookham, 349. Greek war song, "Dette raides," transla.
Faliero family, 155, 629.
Friends, 551, 581, 585.

tion of, 430.
Falkland (Lucius Cary), Viscount, 327, Friendship, 584.

Greeks, some account of the literature of
347, xxxvii. Byron's generosity to fam- Friuli, 36.

the modern, 608, 610.
ily of, xxi.

Fry, Mrs., the prisoner's friend, 556. Grenvilles, the, 562.
Fall of Terni, 40.

Fudge Family, the humor of, not wit, 644. Greville, Colonel, 347.
Fame, 21, 23, 24, 25, 28, 31, 101, 454, 474, 505,

Grey, Charles (afterwards Earl Grey), 569.
529, 535, 569, 645.
Gail, M., 608.

Grief, 550.
Family, a fine, 493.

Galileo, 619. His tomb in Santa Croce, Gropius, the Sieur, 605.
Fancy, 498.

Guadalquivir, 481.
Fare thee well, and if for ever, 375. Galiongée, 66.

38.

Guadiana, 6.
Farewell to the Muse, 422.
Gamba, Count Pietro, 497.

Guelphs, 394, 395, 622.
Farewell! if ever fondest prayer, 423. Game of Goose, 567.

Guesclin, du, constable of France, 414.
Farewell to Malta, 431.
Gamesters, 579, 581.

Guiccioli (Teresa Gamba), Countess, 129,
Farmers, 546.
Gaming, 563, 579.

393, 450, 506. Dedication of the Prophecs
Fashionable world, 485, 560, 579.
Garcilasso de la Vega, 465.

of Dante to, 393, xxx. Portraits of, xliii
Fate, 25, 507, 561.
Garrick, 347, 436.

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