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BYRON'S COMPLETE POETRY

VOLUME 1, 1898, HOURS OF IDLENESS, AND OTHER EARLY POEMS. FUGITIVE PIECES.

PREFACE TO THE POEMS.

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE TO 'HOURS OF IDLENESS AND OTHER EARLY POEMS'.

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE TO ENGLISH BARDS, AND SCOTCH REVIEWERS.

HOURS OF IDLENESS AND OTHER EARLY POEMS.

ON LEAVING NEWSTEAD ABBEY. [i]

TO E---[1]

ON THE DEATH OF A YOUNG LADY, [1] COUSIN TO THE AUTHOR, AND VERY DEAR TO HIM.

TO D---[1]

TO CAROLINE. [i]

TO CAROLINE. [1]

TO EMMA. [1]

FRAGMENTS OF SCHOOL EXERCISES: FROM THE "PROMETHEUS VINCTUS" OF AESCHYLUS,

WRITTEN IN "LETTERS OF AN ITALIAN NUN AND AN ENGLISH GENTLEMAN, BY J. J. ROUSSEAU; [1] FOUNDED ON FACTS."

ANSWER TO THE FOREGOING, [i] ADDRESSED TO MISS----.

ON A CHANGE OF MASTERS AT A GREAT PUBLIC SCHOOL. [1]

EPITAPH ON A BELOVED FRIEND.[1]

ADRIAN'S ADDRESS TO HIS SOUL WHEN DYING.

A FRAGMENT. [1]

TO CAROLINE. [1]

TO CAROLINE. [1]

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. [1]

ON THE DEATH OF MR. FOX,[1]

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. [1]

TO A BEAUTIFUL QUAKER. [1]

TO LESBIA! [i] [1]

TO WOMAN.

AN OCCASIONAL PROLOGUE,

TO ELIZA. [i]

THE TEAR.

REPLY TO SOME VERSES OF J. M. B. PIGOT, ESQ., ON THE CRUELTY OF HIS MISTRESS. [1]

GRANTA. A MEDLEY.

TO THE SIGHING STREPHON. [1]

THE CORNELIAN. [1]

TO M----[i]

LINES ADDRESSED TO A YOUNG LADY.[1]

TRANSLATION FROM CATULLUS. AD LESBIAM.

TRANSLATION OF THE EPITAPH ON VIRGIL AND TIBULLUS, BY DOMITIUS MARSUS.

IMITATION OF TIBULLUS. SULPICIA AD CERINTHUM (LIB. QUART.).

TRANSLATION FROM CATULLUS. LUGETE VENERES CUPIDINESQUE (CARM. III.) [i]

IMITATED FROM CATULLUS. [1] TO ELLEN. [i]

POEMS ON VARIOUS OCCASIONS

TO M. S. G.

STANZAS TO A LADY, WITH THE POEMS OF CAMOENS. [1]

TO M. S. G. [1]

TRANSLATION FROM HORACE.

THE FIRST KISS OF LOVE.

CHILDISH RECOLLECTIONS. [1]

ANSWER TO A BEAUTIFUL POEM, WRITTEN BY MONTGOMERY, AUTHOR OF "THE WANDERER OF SWITZERLAND," ETC., ENTITLED "THE COMMON LOT." [1]

LOVE'S LAST ADIEU.

LINES. [i] ADDRESSED TO THE REV. J. T. BECHER, [1] 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. [1]

HOURS OF IDLENESS

TO GEORGE, EARL DELAWARR. [i]

DAMAETAS. [1]

TO MARION. [1]

OSCAR OF ALVA. [1]

TRANSLATION FROM ANACREON. ODE 1. TO HIS LYRE.

FROM ANACREON. ODE 3.

THE EPISODE OF NISUS AND EURYALUS. [1]

TRANSLATION FROM THE "MEDEA" OF EURIPIDES [Ll. 627-660].

LACHIN Y GAIR. [1]

TO ROMANCE.

THE DEATH OF CALMAR AND ORLA. [1]

TO EDWARD NOEL LONG, ESQ. [i] [1]

TO A LADY. [i]

POEMS ORIGINAL AND TRANSLATED

WHEN I ROVED A YOUNG HIGHLANDER. [i]

TO THE DUKE OF DORSET. [i] [1]

TO THE EARL OF CLARE. [i]

I WOULD I WERE A CARELESS CHILD. [i]

LINES WRITTEN BENEATH AN ELM IN THE CHURCHYARD OF HARROW. [1] [i]

EARLY POEMS FROM VARIOUS SOURCES.

FRAGMENT. WRITTEN SHORTLY AFTER THE MARRIAGE OF MISS CHAWORTH. [1]

REMEMBRANCE.

TO A LADY WHO PRESENTED THE AUTHOR WITH THE VELVET BAND WHICH BOUND HER TRESSES.

TO A KNOT OF UNGENEROUS CRITICS. [1]

SOLILOQUY OF A BARD IN THE COUNTRY. [1]

L'AMITIE, EST L'AMOUR SANS AILES. [1]

THE PRAYER OF NATURE. [1]

TRANSLATION FROM ANACREON. [1] ODE 5

OSSIAN'S ADDRESS TO THE SUN IN "CARTHON." [1]

PIGNUS AMORIS. [1]

A WOMAN'S HAIR. [1]

STANZAS TO JESSY. [1]

THE ADIEU. WRITTEN UNDER THE IMPRESSION THAT THE AUTHOR WOULD SOON DIE.

TO----[1]

ON THE EYES OF MISS A----H----[1]

TO A VAIN LADY. [1]

TO ANNE. [1]

EGOTISM. A LETTER TO J. T. BECHER. [1]

TO ANNE. [1]

TO THE AUTHOR OF A SONNET BEGINNING "'SAD IS MY VERSE,' YOU SAY, 'AND YET NO TEAR.'"

ON FINDING A FAN. [1]

FAREWELL TO THE MUSE. [i.]

TO AN OAK AT NEWSTEAD. [1]

ON REVISITING HARROW. [1]

TO MY SON. [1]

QUERIES TO CASUISTS. [1]

SONG.[1]

TO HARRIET. [1]

THERE WAS A TIME, I NEED NOT NAME. [i] [1]

AND WILT THOU WEEP WHEN I AM LOW? [i]

EPISTLE TO A YOUNG NOBLEMAN IN LOVE.

REMIND ME NOT, REMIND ME NOT. [i]

TO A YOUTHFUL FRIEND. [i]

LINES INSCRIBED UPON A CUP FORMED FROM A SKULL. [1]

WELL! THOU ART HAPPY. [i] [1]

[MS. L.]

INSCRIPTION ON THE MONUMENT OF A NEWFOUNDLAND DOG. [1]

TO A LADY, [1] ON BEING ASKED MY REASON FOR QUITTING ENGLAND IN THE SPRING. [i]

FILL THE GOBLET AGAIN. [i] A SONG.

STANZAS TO A LADY, ON LEAVING ENGLAND. [i]

ENGLISH BARDS, AND SCOTCH REVIEWERS; A SATIRE. BY LORD BYRON.

PREFACE [1]

INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH BARDS, AND SCOTCH REVIEWERS.

ENGLISH BARDS AND SCOTCH REVIEWERS. [1]

POSTSCRIPT TO THE SECOND EDITION.

HINTS FROM HORACE: [i]

INTRODUCTION TO HINTS FROM HORACE

HINTS FROM HORACE

A FAMILIAR EPISTLE TO THE EDITOR OF THE "MORNING CHRONICLE."

ON SOME MODERN QUACKS AND REFORMISTS.

THE CURSE OF MINERVA.

INTRODUCTION TO THE CURSE OF MINERVA

THE CURSE OF MINERVA.

INTRODUCTION TO 'THE WALTZ'

THE WALTZ: AN APOSTROPHIC HYMN. BY HORACE HORNEM, ESQ.

TO THE PUBLISHER.

THE WALTZ

VOLUME 2,1899, CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE

PREFACE TO THE SECOND VOLUME.

INTRODUCTION TO THE FIRST AND SECOND CANTOS OF CHILDE HAROLD.

NOTES ON THE MSS. OF CHILDE HAROLD.

ITINERARY.

CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE, A ROMAUNT.

PREFACE [a] [TO THE FIRST AND SECOND CANTOS.]

ADDITION TO THE PREFACE.

CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE, CANTO THE FIRST. TO IANTHE.[h][14]

CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE. A ROMAUNT. CANTO THE FIRST.

CHILDE HAROLD'S GOOD NIGHT.

TO INEZ.[99]

FOOTNOTES:

NOTES TO CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE. CANTO I.

CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE, CANTO THE SECOND.

NOTES TO CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE. CANTO II.

FOOTNOTES:

CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE. CANTO THE THIRD.

INTRODUCTION TO THE THIRD CANTO.

NOTE ON MSS. OF THE THIRD CANTO.

CANTO THE THIRD.

FOOTNOTES:

NOTES TO CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE. CANTO III.

CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE. CANTO THE FOURTH.

INTRODUCTION TO THE FOURTH CANTO.

CHILDE HAROLD, CANTO IV. ORIGINAL DRAFT. [MS. M.]

DEDICATION

CANTO THE FOURTH[375]

FOOTNOTES:

NOTES TO CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE. CANTO IV.

HISTORICAL :

VOLUME 3, 1900, POEMS 1809-1816

PREFACE TO THE THIRD VOLUME.

INTRODUCTION TO THE OCCASIONAL PIECES (POEMS 1809-1813; POEMS 1814-1816).

POEMS 1809-1813.

THE GIRL OF CADIZ.[1]

LINES WRITTEN IN AN ALBUM, AT MALTA.[e][4]

TO FLORENCE.[f]

STANZAS COMPOSED DURING A THUNDERSTORM.[h][5]

STANZAS WRITTEN IN PASSING THE AMBRACIAN GULF.[i]

THE SPELL IS BROKE, THE CHARM IS FLOWN![m]

WRITTEN AFTER SWIMMING FROM SESTOS TO ABYDOS.[7]

LINES IN THE TRAVELLERS' BOOK AT ORCHOMENUS.[9]

MAID OF ATHENS, ERE WE PART.[n]

FRAGMENT FROM THE "MONK OF ATHOS."[14]

LINES WRITTEN BENEATH A PICTURE.[15]

TRANSLATION OF THE FAMOUS GREEK WAR SONG,

TRANSLATION OF THE ROMAIC SONG,

ON PARTING.

FAREWELL TO MALTA.[19]

NEWSTEAD ABBEY.

EPISTLE TO A FRIEND,[27] IN ANSWER TO SOME LINES EXHORTING THE AUTHOR TO BE CHEERFUL, AND TO "BANISH CARE."

TO THYRZA.[t][29]

AWAY, AWAY, YE NOTES OF WOE![ac][31]

ONE STRUGGLE MORE, AND I AM FREE.[ai]

EUTHANASIA.

AND THOU ART DEAD, AS YOUNG AND FAIR.[aq]

LINES TO A LADY WEEPING.[bk][35]

IF SOMETIMES IN THE HAUNTS OF MEN.[bl]

ON A CORNELIAN HEART WHICH WAS BROKEN.[36]

THE CHAIN I GAVE. FROM THE TURKISH.

LINES WRITTEN ON A BLANK LEAF OF THE PLEASURES OF MEMORY.[bm]

ADDRESS, SPOKEN AT THE OPENING OF DRURY-LANE THEATRE, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1812.[39]

PARENTHETICAL ADDRESS.[44] BY DR. PLAGIARY.

VERSES FOUND IN A SUMMER-HOUSE AT HALES-OWEN.[46]

REMEMBER THEE! REMEMBER THEE![48]

TO TIME.

TRANSLATION OF A ROMAIC LOVE SONG.

THOU ART NOT FALSE, BUT THOU ART FICKLE.[bu][50]

ON BEING ASKED WHAT WAS THE "ORIGIN OF LOVE."[bw]

ON THE QUOTATION,

REMEMBER HIM, WHOM PASSION'S POWER.[51]

IMPROMPTU, IN REPLY TO A FRIEND.[52]

SONNET. TO GENEVRA.

SONNET. TO GENEVRA.

FROM THE PORTUGUESE. "TU MI CHAMAS"

ANOTHER VERSION.

THE GIAOUR: A FRAGMENT OF A TURKISH TALE.

INTRODUCTION TO THE GIAOUR

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE ON THE GIAOUR

DEDICATION

ADVERTISEMENT.

THE GIAOUR.

THE BRIDE OF ABYDOS. A TURKISH TALE.

INTRODUCTION TO THE THE BRIDE OF ABYDOS.

NOTE TO THE MSS. OF THE BRIDE OF ABYDOS.

DEDICATION

THE BRIDE OF ABYDOS.[124]

CANTO THE FIRST.

CANTO THE SECOND.[ge]

NOTE TO THE BRIDE OF ABYDOS.

THE CORSAIR: A TALE.

INTRODUCTION TO THE CORSAIR.

BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE ON THE CORSAIR.

DEDICATION

THE CORSAIR.[197]

CANTO THE FIRST.

CANTO THE SECOND.

CANTO THE THIRD.

ODE TO NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE.[240]

INTRODUCTION TO THE ODE TO NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE.

ODE TO NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE.

LARA: A TALE

INTRODUCTION TO LARA

CANTO THE FIRST.[265]

CANTO THE SECOND.

HEBREW MELODIES

INTRODUCTION TO HEBREW MELODIES

ADVERTISEMENT

SHE WALKS IN BEAUTY.[287]

THE HARP THE MONARCH MINSTREL SWEPT.

IF THAT HIGH WORLD.

THE WILD GAZELLE.

OH! WEEP FOR THOSE.

ON JORDAN'S BANKS.

JEPHTHA'S DAUGHTER.[291]

OH! SNATCHED AWAY IN BEAUTY'S BLOOM.[292]

MY SOUL IS DARK.

I SAW THEE WEEP.

THY DAYS ARE DONE.

SAUL.

SONG OF SAUL BEFORE HIS LAST BATTLE.

"ALL IS VANITY, SAITH THE PREACHER"

WHEN COLDNESS WRAPS THIS SUFFERING CLAY.

VISION OF BELSHAZZAR.[299]

SUN OF THE SLEEPLESS!

WERE MY BOSOM AS FALSE AS THOU DEEM'ST IT TO BE.

HEROD'S LAMENT FOR MARIAMNE.[301]

ON THE DAY OF THE DESTRUCTION OF JERUSALEM BY TITUS.

BY THE RIVERS OF BABYLON WE SAT DOWN AND WEPT.[302]

"BY THE WATERS OF BABYLON."

THE DESTRUCTION OF SENNACHERIB.

A SPIRIT PASSED BEFORE ME.

POEMS 1814-1816.

FAREWELL! IF EVER FONDEST PRAYER.

WHEN WE TWO PARTED.

[LOVE AND GOLD.[306]]

STANZAS FOR MUSIC.[307]

ADDRESS INTENDED TO BE RECITED AT THE CALEDONIAN MEETING.[308]

ELEGIAC STANZAS ON THE DEATH OF SIR PETER PARKER, BART.[312]

JULIAN [A FRAGMENT].[314]

TO BELSHAZZAR.

STANZAS FOR MUSIC.[315]

ON THE DEATH OF THE DUKE OF DORSET.[317]

STANZAS FOR MUSIC.

NAPOLEON'S FAREWELL.[319]

FROM THE FRENCH.[320]

ODE FROM THE FRENCH.[322]

STANZAS FOR MUSIC.

ON THE STAR OF "THE LEGION OF HONOUR."[328]

STANZAS FOR MUSIC.

THE SIEGE OF CORINTH

INTRODUCTION TO THE SIEGE OF CORINTH.

DEDICATION

ADVERTISEMENT

NOTE ON THE MS. OF THE SIEGE OF CORINTH.

THE SIEGE OF CORINTH

PARISINA.

INTRODUCTION TO PARISINA.

DEDICATION

ADVERTISEMENT.

PARISINA.[412]

POEMS OF THE SEPARATION.

INTRODUCTION TO POEMS OF THE SEPARATION.

FARE THEE WELL.[432]

A SKETCH.[ru][434]

STANZAS TO AUGUSTA.[438]

VOLUME 4, 1901

PREFACE TO THE FOURTH VOLUME.

THE PRISONER OF CHILLON

INTRODUCTION TO THE PRISONER OF CHILLON.

SONNET ON CHILLON

ADVERTISEMENT

THE PRISONER OF CHILLON

POEMS OF JULY-SEPTEMBER, 1816.

THE DREAM.

INTRODUCTION TO THE DREAM

THE DREAM

DARKNESS.[k][56]

CHURCHILL'S GRAVE,[59]

PROMETHEUS.[64]

A FRAGMENT.[73]

SONNET TO LAKE LEMAN.

STANZAS TO AUGUSTA.[n][77]

EPISTLE TO AUGUSTA.[83]

LINES ON HEARING THAT LADY BYRON WAS ILL.[91]

MONODY ON THE DEATH OF THE RIGHT HON. R. B. SHERIDAN.

INTRODUCTION TO MONODY ON THE DEATH OF THE RIGHT HON. R. B. SHERIDAN.

MONODY ON THE DEATH OF THE RIGHT HON. R. B. SHERIDAN,

MANFRED: A DRAMATIC POEM.

INTRODUCTION TO MANFRED

MANFRED.[106]

THE LAMENT OF TASSO.

INTRODUCTION TO THE LAMENT OF TASSO.

ADVERTISEMENT

THE LAMENT OF TASSO.[175]

BEPPO: A VENETIAN STORY.

INTRODUCTION TO BEPPO

BEPPO.[194]

ODE ON VENICE[234]

MAZEPPA.

INTRODUCTION TO MAZEPPA

ADVERTISEMENT.

MAZEPPA

THE PROPHECY OF DANTE.

INTRODUCTION TO THE PROPHECY OF DANTE.

DEDICATION.

PREFACE

THE PROPHECY OF DANTE.

CANTO THE FIRST.

CANTO THE SECOND.

CANTO THE THIRD.

CANTO THE FOURTH.

THE MORGANTE MAGGIORE OF PULCI.

INTRODUCTION TO THE MORGANTE MAGGIORE.

ADVERTISEMENT.

THE MORGANTE MAGGIORE.[335]

CANTO THE FIRST.

FRANCESCA OF RIMINI.

INTRODUCTION TO FRANCESCA OF RIMINI.

FRANCESCA DA RIMINI. FROM THE INFERNO OF DANTE.

CANTO THE FIFTH.

FRANCESCA DA RIMINI. DANTE, L'INFERNO. CANTO QUINTO.

MARINO FALIERO, DOGE OF VENICE; AN HISTORICAL TRAGEDY, IN FIVE ACTS.

INTRODUCTION TO MARINO FALIERO.

PREFACE.

MARINO FALIERO, DOGE OF VENICE.

APPENDIX.

NOTE A.

NOTE B.

NOTE C.

THE VISION OF JUDGMENT. BY QUEVEDO REDIVIVUS.

INTRODUCTION TO THE VISION OF JUDGMENT.

PREFACE

THE VISION OF JUDGMENT.[500]

POEMS 1816-1823

A VERY MOURNFUL BALLAD[568] ON THE SIEGE AND CONQUEST OF ALHAMA.[569]

SONETTO DI VITTORELLI.[575] PER MONACA.

TRANSLATION FROM VITTORELLI.

ON A NUN.

ON THE BUST OF HELEN BY CANOVA.[576]

VENICE. A FRAGMENT.[577]

SO WE'LL GO NO MORE A-ROVING.[578]

[LORD BYRON'S VERSES ON SAM ROGERS.][579]

QUESTION.

ANSWER.

THE DUEL.[583]

STANZAS TO THE PO.[588]

SONNET ON THE NUPTIALS OF THE MARQUIS ANTONIO CAVALLI WITH THE COUNTESS CLELIA RASPONI OF RAVENNA.[589]

SONNET TO THE PRINCE REGENT.[ig] ON THE REPEAL OF LORD EDWARD FITZGERALD'S FORFEITURE.

STANZAS.[591]

ODE TO A LADY WHOSE LOVER WAS KILLED BY A BALL, WHICH AT THE SAME TIME SHIVERED A PORTRAIT NEXT HIS HEART.

THE IRISH AVATAR.[ir][592]

STANZAS WRITTEN ON THE ROAD BETWEEN FLORENCE AND PISA.[603]

STANZAS TO A HINDOO AIR.[605]

TO----[606]

TO THE COUNTESS OF BLESSINGTON.

ARISTOMENES.[608]

Canto First.

THE BLUES: A LITERARY ECLOGUE.

INTRODUCTION TO THE BLUES.

THE BLUES:[609] A LITERARY ECLOGUE.

ECLOGUE THE FIRST.

VOLUME 5, 1901

PREFACE TO THE FIFTH VOLUME.

SARDANAPALUS. A TRAGEDY.

INTRODUCTION TO SARDANAPALUS

DEDICATION

PREFACE

SARDANAPALUS.[5]

THE TWO FOSCARI:[34] AN HISTORICAL TRAGEDY.[35]

INTRODUCTION TO THE TWO FOSCARI

THE TWO FOSCARI.

CAIN: A MYSTERY.

INTRODUCTION TO CAIN.

DEDICATION

PREFACE

CAIN: A MYSTERY.

HEAVEN AND EARTH; A MYSTERY.

INTRODUCTION TO HEAVEN AND EARTH.

HEAVEN AND EARTH.

WERNER; OR, THE INHERITANCE: A TRAGEDY.

INTRODUCTION TO WERNER.

NOTE TO THE INTRODUCTION TO WERNER.

DEDICATION

PREFACE

WERNER; OR, THE INHERITANCE.

WERNER Nov. 1815. [FIRST DRAFT.]

THE DEFORMED TRANSFORMED: A DRAMA.

INTRODUCTION TO THE DEFORMED TRANSFORMED.

ADVERTISEMENT

THE DEFORMED TRANSFORMED:[cv]

FRAGMENT OF THE THIRD PART OF THE DEFORMED TRANSFORMED.

THE AGE OF BRONZE; OR, CARMEN SECULARE ET ANNUS HAUD MIRABILIS.[dv]

INTRODUCTION TO THE AGE OF BRONZE.

THE AGE OF BRONZE.

THE ISLAND OR, CHRISTIAN AND HIS COMRADES.

INTRODUCTION TO THE ISLAND

ADVERTISEMENT.

THE ISLAND

CANTO THE FIRST.

CANTO THE SECOND.

CANTO THE THIRD.

CANTO THE FOURTH.

VOLUME 6, 1903, DON JUAN

DEDICATION

PREFACE TO THE SIXTH VOLUME.

NOTE.

INTRODUCTION TO DON JUAN

DON JUAN.

FRAGMENT ON THE BACK OF THE MS. OF CANTO I.

DEDICATION.[1]

DON JUAN

CANTO THE FIRST.[14]

NOTE TO THE ANNEXED STANZAS ON BROUGHAM.

EXTRACT FROM LETTER TO MURRAY.

CANTO THE SECOND.[96]

CANTO THE THIRD.[169]

CANTO THE FOURTH.

CANTO THE FIFTH.[270]

PREFACE TO CANTOS VI., VII., AND VIII.

CANTO THE SIXTH.[328]

CANTO THE SEVENTH.[364]

CANTO THE EIGHTH.

CANTO THE NINTH.

CANTO THE TENTH.

CANTO THE ELEVENTH.

CANTO THE TWELFTH.

CANTO THE THIRTEENTH.[653]

CANTO THE FOURTEENTH.

CANTO THE FIFTEENTH.

CANTO THE SIXTEENTH.[768]

CANTO THE SEVENTEENTH.[813]

VOLUME 7, 1904

PREFACE TO THE SEVENTH VOLUME.

JEUX D'ESPRIT AND MINOR POEMS, 1798-1824.

EPIGRAM ON AN OLD LADY WHO HAD SOME CURIOUS NOTIONS RESPECTING THE SOUL.

EPITAPH ON JOHN ADAMS, OF SOUTHWELL, A CARRIER, WHO DIED OF DRUNKENNESS.

A VERSION OF OSSIAN'S ADDRESS TO THE SUN. FROM THE POEM "CARTHON."

LINES TO MR. HODGSON.

[TO DIVES.[7] A FRAGMENT.]

FAREWELL PETITION TO J. C. H., ESQ^RE^.

TRANSLATION OF THE NURSE'S DOLE IN THE MEDEA OF EURIPIDES.

MY EPITAPH.[16]

SUBSTITUTE FOR AN EPITAPH.

EPITAPH FOR JOSEPH BLACKET, LATE POET AND SHOEMAKER.[17]

ON MOORE'S LAST OPERATIC FARCE, OR FARCICAL OPERA.[18]

[R.C. DALLAS.][19]

AN ODE[20] TO THE FRAMERS OF THE FRAME BILL.[21]

TO THE HON^BLE^ M^RS^ GEORGE LAMB.[24]

[LA REVANCHE.]

TO THOMAS MOORE.

ON LORD THURLOW'S POEMS.[30]

TO LORD THURLOW.[32]

THE DEVIL'S DRIVE.[ii][34]

WINDSOR POETICS.

[ANOTHER VERSION.]

ICH DIEN.

CONDOLATORY ADDRESS

FRAGMENT OF AN EPISTLE TO THOMAS MOORE.

ANSWER TO----'S PROFESSIONS OF AFFECTION.

ON NAPOLEON'S ESCAPE FROM ELBA.[63]

ENDORSEMENT TO THE DEED OF SEPARATION, IN THE APRIL OF 1816.

[TO GEORGE ANSON BYRON(?)[64]]

SONG FOR THE LUDDITES.[65]

TO THOMAS MOORE.

TO MR. MURRAY.

VERSICLES.

QUEM DEUS VULT PERDERE PRIUS DEMENTAT.[73]

TO THOMAS MOORE.

EPISTLE FROM MR. MURRAY TO DR. POLIDORI.[75]

EPISTLE TO MR. MURRAY.

ON THE BIRTH OF JOHN WILLIAM RIZZO HOPPNER.[95]

[E NIHILO NIHIL; ORAN EPIGRAM BEWITCHED.]

TO MR. MURRAY.

BALLAD. TO THE TUNE OF "SALLEY IN OUR ALLEY."

ANOTHER SIMPLE BALLAT.

EPIGRAM. FROM THE FRENCH OF RULHIÈRES.[108]

EPILOGUE.[109]

ON MY WEDDING-DAY.

EPITAPH FOR WILLIAM PITT.

EPIGRAM.

EPITAPH.

EPIGRAM.

MY BOY HOBBIE O.[113]

"MY BOY HOBBY O. [ANOTHER VERSION.]

LINES ADDRESSED BY LORD BYRON TO MR. HOBHOUSE ON HIS ELECTION FOR WESTMINSTER.[114]

A VOLUME OF NONSENSE.

STANZAS.[116]

TO PENELOPE.[117] JANUARY 2, 1821.

THE CHARITY BALL.[118]

EPIGRAM ON THE BRAZIERS' ADDRESS TO BE PRESENTED IN ARMOUR BY THE COMPANY TO QUEEN CAROLINE.[119]

ON MY THIRTY-THIRD BIRTHDAY.

MARTIAL, LIB. I. EPIG. I.

BOWLES AND CAMPBELL.

ELEGY.

JOHN KEATS.[122]

FROM THE FRENCH.

TO MR. MURRAY.

[NAPOLEON'S SNUFF-BOX.][126]

THE NEW VICAR OF BRAY.

LUCIETTA. A FRAGMENT.

EPIGRAMS.

THE CONQUEST.[129]

IMPROMPTU.[130]

JOURNAL IN CEPHALONIA.

SONG TO THE SULIOTES.

[LOVE AND DEATH.]

LAST WORDS ON GREECE.

ON THIS DAY I COMPLETE MY THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR.[133]

A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF THE SUCCESSIVE EDITIONS AND TRANSLATIONS OF LORD BYRON'S POETICAL WORKS.

Note (1).--ON GENUINE AND SPURIOUS ISSUES OF "ENGLISH BARDS, AND SCOTCH REVIEWERS."

Note (2).--CORRESPONDENCE BETWEEN THE FIRST EDITION AS NUMBERED AND THE PRESENT ISSUE AS NUMBERED.

Note (3).--THE ANNOTATED COPIES OF THE FOURTH EDITION OF 1811.

APPENDIX TO BIBLIOGRAPHY.

CONTENTS OF BIBLIOGRAPHY

SUMMARY OF BIBLIOGRAPHY.

INDEX

INDEX TO FIRST LINES.

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