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Bonnivard, François de, account of,138. Buonaparte, Lucien, his • Charle Cain, a Mystery,'316.
Booby, Lady, 603.

magne,' 435.

Cairn Gorme, 700,
Boon, Daniel, the Kentuckian back Buonaparte, Napoleon, 460. 526. 561. Calderon, 592.
woodsman, 690.

698. 742.' The Triptolemus of the Caledonian Meeting, Address intended
Bores, 734.

British farmer,' 532. His exclamation to be recited at,' 558.
• Born in a garret, in the kitchen bred,' on the loss of his old guard, 709. His Calenture, 288. 755.
469.

character, 32.590. • Ode to, 460. Caligula, 122. His wish, 679.
Borysthenes, the, 155.

* LINES ou his escape from Elba,' Calm at Sea, 110. 626.
Boscan, Almogavà, 599.

561.

• CALMAR AND ORLA, Death of,' 411.
Bosphorus, the, 633.

Burdett, Sir Francis, his style of elo Calpe, 18.
Bosquet de Julie, 38.

quence, 521.

Calvin, 414.
Boswell, James, esq., 452.

Burgage tenures and tithes, 'discord's Calypso, isles of, 19.
Botany Bay, 638.

torches,' 756.

Cambridge University, 397. 435. 433.
Bourbon, Duke of, Constable of France, Burgess, Sir James Bland, his epic of Cambyses, 527.
303. 311, 312. 500.

• Richard the First' sold to line trunks, Camilla, 733.
Bouts-rimés, 755.

449. 804.

Camoens, 424. 'Stanzas to a lady, with
Bowles, Rev. William Lisle, The Burgoyno, General, 590.

the poems of,' 382.
maudlin prince of mournful sonne Burke, Edmund, 2. 162.

Campbell, Thomas, esq, 433. His Plea-
teers,' 426. His Spirit of Discovery,' | Burlesque, 611.

sures of Hope,' 433. Inadvertencies
426. Lines on his edition of Pope,'Burney, Dr., his character of Jewish in his Lives of the Poets,' 809. His
426.
music, 163.

Gertrude of Wyoming,' 448. Criti-
Boxing, 449.

Burns, Robert, . What would he have cal notes by, passim.
Braemar, 401.

been, if a patrician ? ' 432. His youth Can Grande, 530.
Braham, John, singer, 463.

sul pranks, 638.

Candia, 43. 620.
Brandy for heroes ! 162.
Burun, Ralph de, 378.

Canna, battle of, 35.
Brasidas, 16.

Busby, Thomas, Mus. Doct., his mono Canning, Right Hon. George, his opi-
Brass, Corinthian, 674.

logue on the opening of Drury Lane nion of the Bride of Abydos,' 86.
Brave, picture of the truly, 693.

Theatre, 437. Parody on his mono His inscription for Mrs. Brownrigg,
Bread fruit, 164.

logue, 553.

the · Prenti-cide,' 514. His defence
Brennus, 500.
Bute, Lord, 521.

of public schools and universities,
Brenta, 45.

Butler, Dr. (head-master at Harrow), 596. His character, 532. 667.
Brewster, Sir David, his Natural 383. 405, 406. "Lines on his being ap Canova, 48. 230. Lines on his bust of

Magic,' 302. His Life of Newton,' pointed head-master at Harrow,' 383. Helen,' 568.
677. 704. His description of Bishop By the rivers of Babylon,' 467. Cant, . The crying sin of the times,'
Berkeley's theory, 711.

Byng, Admiral, his court-martial, 7. 667.
Briareus, 670.

Bynon, Sir John, the Little, with the Cantemir, Demetrius, his History of the
• BRIDE OF ABYDOS,' 77. 651.
great beard, 378.

Ottoman Empire, 665. 670.
Bridge of Sighs, 42. 769.

BYRON, two of the family of, at the siege Canterbury cathedral, 710.
* Brig of Balgownie,' 705.

of Calais, and battle of Cressy, 378. Capitol, the, 782.
• Bright be the place of thy soul!' 537. BYRON, Sir John, created (1643) Baron Capitoline Hill, 47.
Brighton, Pavilion at, 742.

Byron of Rochdale ; some account of, Capo d'Istria, 194.
Brissot de Warville, 591.

378.

Capo d'Istrias, Count, 533.
Bristol, 427.

BYRON, Sir Nicholas, his character by Capo di Bove, 52.
British Critic,' 580.799.

Lord Clarendon, 378.

Caracalla, 782.
British Review, the Old Girl's Review,' BYRON, Sir Richard, tribute to his va Caractacus, 731. 765.
509. • My Grandmother's Review, lour and fidelity, 378.

Caravaggio, 732.
581. 609. Lord Byron's · Letter to BYRON, Admiral John (grandfather of Carbonari, 531.
the Editor of,' 798.

the Poet), his proverbial ill-luck at Care, 707.
Brocken, superstition of the, 302.

sea, 471. His shipwreck and suffer Carlile, Richard, 668.
Bronze wolf of Rome, 51. 781.

ings, 617. "My grand-dad's Narra Carlisle (Frederick Howard), fifth Earl
Brougham, Henry, esq. (now Lord tive,' 623

of, 432. 435. Character of his poems,
Brougham and Vaux), 419. 429. BYRON, William, fifth Lord (grand-uncle 376. Dedication of Hours of Idle-
Broughton, the regicide, his monument of the Poet), 404.

ness' to, 375.
at Vevay, 38.

BYRON, Captain John (father of the Carlisle (Isabella Byron), Countess vf,
Brown, Dr. Thomas, his Paradise of Poet), 407.

375.
Coquettes, 807.

BYRON, Mrs. (mother of the Poet), Carlo Dolce, 243. 732.
Browne, Sir Thomas, his Religio Me-

300.

Carnage, 685, 692.
dici,' 79. His encomium on sleep, Byron, Honourable Augusta (sister of Carnival, 145. 569.
643.

the Poet). See Leigh, Honourable CAROLINE, Lines to,' 381, 382.
Bruce, Abyssinian, his description of a Augusta.

Caroline, Queen of England, 574. 658.
simoom, 65.

BYRON, Lady, 432. 468. 472. 573. 592. 670. 718.
Brummell, William, 150. 718.

630. 801. " LInes on hearing that she Carr, Sir John, 14. 390. 436.
Brunck, Professor, 397.

was ill,' 472. ' Lines on reading in the Carrer, Improvvisatore, 230.
Brunswick, Duke of, his death at newspapers that she had been pa Carthage, 690.
Quatre-Bras, 30.

troness of a charity ball,' 573.

Cary, Rev. Henry Francis, his transla-
Brussels, 30.

BYRON, Honourable Augusta Ada tion of Dante, 497. 499. 505, 506.
Brutus, 747.

(daughter of the Poet), 28. 41. 468. Carystort (John Joshua Proby), first
Bryant, Jacob, on the existence of Troy, Byzantium, 43.

Earl of, his ' Poems and Tragedies,'
648.

451.
Brydzes, Sir Egerton, his Letters on

C.

Cash, potency of, 720.
the Character and Poetical Genius of

Casimir, John, King of Poland, 154.
Byron,' 586. Critical notes by, passim. Cabot, Sebastian, 501.

Castalian dews, 3. 764.
Bucentaur, 43.
Cadiz, 11. 592.611.

Castelnau, his . Histoire de la Nouvelle
Budgell, Eustace, his leap into the Cadiz, ' The Girl of,' 14.

Russie,' 666.
Thames,' 452.

Cæsar, Augustus, his character, 462. Castlereagh, Viscount (Robert Stewart,
Bull fight, description of a, 12, 13. 784. Cæsar, Julius, 52. 307. His character, Marquis of Londonderry), 531. 574.
Buonaparte, Jacopo, his . Sacco di Ro. 687. 783. His laurel wreath, 56. 307. 599. 701. 709. • EPIGRAMS on,' 574.
ma,' 313. 500.
• The suitor of love,' 167. 628.

• Epitaph on,' 574.

434. ;

Castri, village of, 3.

Churches, 658.
Catalani, Madame, 430.

• CHURCHILL'S GRAVE,' 564.
Catharine I. of Russia, 530.

Cicero, a punster, 440.
Catharine II. of Russia, 675. 701. 707, Cicesbeo, 148.
708.

Cid, 528. 130.
Cathay, 720.

Cigars, 163.
Catiline, 676.

Cincinnatus, 532.
Cato, lends his wife to llortensius, 668. Cintra, 6. Convention of, 7.
Catullus, the scholar of Love,' 628. Circassians, 671.

His Ad Lesbiam,' translated, 379. Circus at Rome, 56. Maximus, 783.
His Lugete, Veneres, Cupidinesque,' Cithæron, Mount, 764.
translated, 379.

Cities, overthrow of great, 690.
Caucasus, Mount, 436.

Civilisation, 690.
Cavalier Servcnte, 148. 701.

Clarc (John Fitzgibbon), Earl of, 406.
Cecilia Metella, tomb of, 52.

• Lines on,' 406. STANZAS to,' 413.
Cecrops, 454.

Clarens, 39.
Cellini, Benvenuto, 312.

Clarke, Dr. Edward Daniel, 17. 27. 648.
Centlivre, Mrs., character of her come 650.

dies, 194. Drove Congreve from the Clarke, Hewson, 435. 437.
stage, 194.

Classics, too early study of, 50.
Cephalonia, 20.

Claudian, his · Old Man of Verona,'
Cephisus, river of, 101. 453.

530.
Ceres, 720.

Ciconice and Pausanias, story of, 183.
Certosa cemetery, 378.

Cleopatra, 749.
Cervantes, 677. Character of his · Don

Clergy, 736.
Quixote,' 727.

Clitunnus, the river, 49. Temple of,
Chæronca, 31.

49.
Chalons, battle of, 500.

Clootz, Anacharsis, 591.
Chamouni, 36.

Clytemnestra, 703.
Chandler, Dr., 18. 761.

Cobbett, William, 7. 667. « EPIGRAM
Change, 718.

on his digging up Toni Paine's Dones,'
Chantrey, Francis, R.A., 610.

573.
• Charity Ball, Lines on reading that Coblentz, 34.

Lady Byron was patroness of a,' Cocker, 759.
573.

Cogniac, apostroplized, 645.
Charlemagne, 533.

Cohen, Mr. Francis (now Sir Francis
Charlemont, Mrs., 469.

Palgrare), 786.
Charles I., 231. 731.

Colchis, 634.
Charles V. of Spain, 461.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, esq., 425.
Charles XII. of Sweden, his obstinacy 589. 591. 599. 608. 638. 804.
at Bender, 694.

Coligny, 38.
Charlotte, Princess of Wales, Lines to, Coliseum, 55, 57. 190.

552. Reflections on her death, 718. College education, advantages of a, 596.
*STANZAS on her death,' 59.

College Examination, Thoughts sug-
Charlutte, Queen, 516.

gested by,' 397.
Chase, the English, 733.

Collini, Signora, 430.
Chateaubriand, Viscount, 533.

Colman, George, jun., 130.
Chatham, first Earl of, 726.

Cologne, 709.
Chatterton, Thomas, 726.

Colonna, Cape, 26. 761.
Chaucer, 445.

Colton, Rev. Caleb, 584.
Chaworth, Mary Anne (afterwards Mrs. Columbia, 52.

Musters), 324. " FRAGMENT written Columbus, 501. 745. 751.
shortly after her marriage,' 384. Comboloio, or Turkish rosary, 83. 102.

STANZAS to, Oh! had my fate,' 415. Comedy, the day of, gone by, 734.
• FAREWELL to,' 537. "STANZAS to, on Common Lot, answer to a beautiful
the author's Icaving England,' 542.

poem, entitled the, 409.
Cheltenham, 166.

Commonwealth, 213. 481.
Cheops, King, his pyramid, 610.

Condorcet, Marquis de, 591.
Chesterfield, Earl of, his speech on the Congreve, 19-1.

play-house bill, 444. His remark on Congrere rockets, 602.
hunting, 138.

CONQUEST, the,' a fragment, 574.
* Childe Harold's PILGRIMAGE,' I. Conscience, 67. 163. 178. 187. 599. 605.
Childe Buron, 3.

628.
* Childish Recollections,' 401.

Cornwall, Barry (Bryan Walter Proc.

tor), 716.
Coron, bay of, 96.
CORSAIR, the, a Tale,' 89.
Cortejo,' 148. 604.
Cottle, Joseph, his . Alfred,' and · Fall

of Columbia,' 427. lis • Expostula-
tory Epistle to Lord Byron,' 582.
Could I remount the river of my years,'

565.
• Could love for ever,' 572.
Couinourgi, Ali, 122.
Country and town, discrepancies be-

tween, 758.
Courage, 48. 229.
Cowley, his imitation of Claudian's

• Old Man of Verona,' 530.
Cowper, 433.
Coxcomb, 648.
Coxe, Archdeacon, his. Life of Marl.

borough,' 638. 655. Ilis · Life of Sir

Robert Walpole,' 63.
Crabbe, Rev. George, though Xs.
ture's sternest painter, yet the best,

the first in point of roses
and genius,' 431. ; the first of living

poets,' 8C4.
Craning, 738.
Crashaw, Richard, 636. Cowley's llues

on, 636.
Creation, 326.
Cribb, Tom, pogilist, 455.
Critic, Sheridan's, too good for a farce,

474.
Croker, Crofton, his · Fairy Legends,'

754.
Croker, Right Hon. John Wilson, his

query concerning the Bride of Abs-

dos,' 77.
Croly, Rev. Dr. George, 716. His 'Letter

of Cato to Lord Byron,' 585.
Cromwell, Oliver, the sagest of usurp-

ers,' 51.
Crowe, Rev. William, his strictures on

• English Bards, and Scotch Revier.

ers' 427.
Cruscan school of poetry, annihilated by

Gifford, 804.
Culloden, battle of, 401.
Cumberland, Duke of, hero of Cullo.

den, 590.
Cumberland, Richard, 430.
Curran, Right Hon. John Philpot, 718.
Currie, Dr., his Life of Burns, 038.
• CURSE OP MINERVA,' 453.
Curtis, Sir William, 533. 711.
Cuvier, Baron, 318.700.
Cyanometer, described, 651.
Cyclades, 622. 647.
Cypress tree, 66.
Cyrus, 620

D.

Constantinople, 25. Slave market at,
Children, 333, 334, 634.

described, 652.
• Chill and nirk is the nightly blast,' Conversationists, 734.
543.

Cookery, science of, 748.
CHILLON, PRISONER OP,' 138.

Copyright, sums paid by Mr. Murray
Chillon, Sonnet on, 138.

to Lord Byron for, 424.
Chimari, 50.

Coquette, 724.
Chimariot Mountains, 21.

Coray, 765.
Chioza, war of, 772.

Corinne,' quoted, 607.
Chivalry, 2. 64).

Corinth, 46.
Christ, Pure Creed of, made sanction CORINTH, Siege op,' 120.
of all ill, 744.

Corinthian brass, 672.
Christabel, 126. 468.

• Cornelian,' the, 398.
Christianity, 744.

Cornelian heart which was broken,
Chrysostom, St., 596.

· Lines on,' 552.

Dallaway, Rer. James, his Constan-

tinople' quoted, 63.
Dalrymple, Sir Hew, his Convention, 7.
· Damælas,' a character, 338.
Damas, Count de, 680.
Damme, the British, 715.
Dancc, Pyrrhic, 632. 637.
Dance of Death, Holbein's, 746. Hol.

lar's, 746.
Dancing, 30. 648. 746.
Dandics, Dynasty of the, 150.
Dandolo, Henry, the octogenarian chles,

43. 771.
Dandy, described, 149.

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Dante, 44. 48. 497. 504. 777. 805. His
Beatrice, 630. Imitation or, 639. His

half-way house of life, 639. • PRO-
PHECY OP,' 496.
Danton, 591.
Dardanelles, 649.
• DARKNESS,' 563.
Daru, M., his picture of Venetian so-

• Dictionnaire de Trévoux,' its defini.

tion of an epic, 608.
• Dificile est proprie,' &c. of Horace,

ciety and manners, 789.
Darwin, Erasmus, his' pompous chime,'

434. His · Botanic Garden,' 434. Put
down by a poem in the Anti-Jacobin,

804.
Dates, ' a sort of post-house, where the

Fates change horses,' 600.
David, King, 605. His harp, 463. His

hymns characterised, 463.
Davy, Sir Humphry, 511. 602.
Dead, features of the, 63. Belief that

the souls of, inhabit the forms of birds,

89.
• DEAR DOCTOR, I have read your play,

569.
• DEAR ODJECT of defeated care,' 546.
Death, 27. 38. 55. 73. 328. 481. 565. 639.

641. 647. 650. 656. 658.698. 705. Shuns
the wretched, 607. Advantages of an
early, 641.701. “The sovereign's sove.
reign,' 706. A reformer, 706. • Dun-
nest of all duns,' 744. *A gaunt gour-

mand,' 744.
Death and the Lady, 630.
• Death of Calmar and Orla,' 41.
Dee, the, 416.
De Foix, Gaston, his tomb at Ravenna,

630.
DEFORMED TRANSFORMED ; a Drama,'

300.
Deformity, an incentive to distinction,

304.
D'Herbelot, 70.
Dekker, Thomas, his Wonder of a

Kingdom,' 539.
Delawarr (George-John West), fifth

Earl, 377. Verses to,' 377. •Lines

on,' 417.
Delphi, fountain of, 3.
Deluge, 233. 242.
Democracy, 462.
Demetrius Poliorcetes described, 303.
Demosthenes, 530, 531.
Denham, his Cowper's Hill, 710.
Denman (Lord Chief Justice), his trans-

lation of the Greek song on Harmo-

dius and Aristogeiton, 30.
Dennis, John, critic, 443. His tract

against operas, 443.
De Pauw, his writings characterised,

765.
De Quincey, Mr., his Confessions of

an Opium Eater, 642.
De Retz, Cardinal, his account of a

shipwreck in the Gulf of Lyons,

615.
Dervish Tahiri, Lord Byron's Arnaout

Guide, 73. 121.
Desaix, General, 591.
Despair, 29. 75. 103. 616. 689.
Despotism, 662.
Destiny, 51.
Destruction of Sennacherib, 467.
De Tott, Baron, his · History of the

Turks,' 714.
• Devil's DRIVE ; an unfinished Rhap-

sody,' 557.
Derntion, 319. 639. 670.
Dildin, Thomas, success of his 'Mother

Goose,' 430.

disputes on the meaning of, 440.
Dinner, a man's happiness dependent

on, 754.
Dinner-bell, the tocsin of the soul,'

657.
Diogenes, 749. 754.
Dirce, fountain of, 764.
Discontents, progress of popular, 689.
Disdar Aga, 703.
D'Israeli, J., esq., 'Dedication to him

of Observations upon an Article in

Blackwood's Magazine,' 800.
• Dives, Lines to,' 548.
Dolce, Carlo, 243. 732.
Don, Brig of, 705.
• DON JUAN,' 578. Preface, 578. Tes-

timonies of Authors, 578. Letter to
the Editor of . My Grandınother's
Review,' 798. Observations upon an
Article in Blackwood's Magazine,' 800.
Dedication of Don Juan' to Robert
Southey, esq. 588. Preface to Cantos

VI. VII. VIII., 666.
Don Quixote, "a too true tale,' 727.

Delight of reading, in the original,

743.
Doomsday-book, 707.
Dorotheus of Mitylene, 792.
Dorset (Thomas Sackville), Earl of,

called the drama forth,' 384.
Dorset (Charles Sackville), Earl of,

his character, 384.
Dorset (George-John Frederick), fourth

Duke of, 384. · Lines occasioned by

the death of,' 560.
Doubt, 698. 711.
Dover, dear,' 710.
Drachenfels, 34. 709.
Drapery Misses, 715.
Drawcansir, 440.
• DREAM, The,' 474. Account of a re-

markable one, 643.
Dreams, 266. 603.
Dresden, 709.
Drummond, Sir William, 196. His

• Academical Questions,' quoted, 55.
Drury, Rev. Dr. Joseph, 50. * LINES

on his retiring from the head-master-

ship of Harrow,'383.
Drury Lane Theatre, ' ADDRESS, spoken

at the opening of' 552.
Dryden, his Ode,' 804. His epigram

under Milton's picture, 805, 806. His
• Palamon and Arcite,' 806. His ' Ab-
saloin and Achitophel,' 639. His

• Theodore and Honoria,' 639.
Dubois, Edward, esq., his satire, en-

titled . My Pocket Book,' 436.
Dubost, M., painter, his · Beauty and

the Beast,' 438.
Duelling, 644.
Duet between Campbell and Bowles,

574.
Duft, Miss Mary (afterwards Mrs.

Robert Cockburn), Lord Byron's

boyish attachment for, 416.
Dumourier, 590.
Duppa, Richard, esq., his ' Life of

Michael Angelo,' 502, 503.
Dwarfs, 660.
Dying Gladiator,' 56.

E
E Lines to, 377.
Early death, 641. 705.
Early hours, 714.
Early rising, 623.
Eating, 655.
Eblis, Oriental Prince of Darkness, 70.
Eclectic, 035.
Eclectic Review, 48. Its character of

•Don Juan,' 580.
Economy, 707.
Eddleston (Cambridge chorister), 399.

• Lines on a cornelian given to Lord

Byrou ty,' 398.
Edgworth, Maria, 592.
Edinburgh Review, 419. Its Critique on

• Hours of Idleness,' 419. Strictures
on its remarks on the literature of

modern Greece, 766.
Edward the Black Prince, his tomb, 710.
Egeria, 54.782. Fountain of, 54. Grotto

of, 54.782.
Egripo (the Negropont), 81.
Ehrenbreitstein, 34.
Ekenhead, Mr., 129. 545. 620.
Elba, Isle of, 462. 528.
Eldon, Earl of, his judgment in the case

of Cain,' 317. His impartiality, 750.
• ELEGY on Newstead Abbey,' 402.
Elgin, Lord, 17. 436. 453. 455.
Elgin marbles, 453. 455.
• ELIZA, Lines to,' 400.
Elizabeth, Queen, her ararice, 704,
ELLEN, Lines to,' imitated from Ca-

tullus, 379.
Ellis, George, esq., 65
Eloisa, 173.
• Eloisa and Abelard,' Pope's, 806.
Eloquence, power of, 744.
• EA, Lines to,' 381.
Endor, witch of, 183. 465.
• Endorsement to Deed of Separation,'

563.
• ENGLISH BARDS AND SCOTCH REVIEW.

ERS,' 420.
English look, 653.
English women, 725.
Ennui, the best of friends and opiate

draughts,' 638. 'A growth of English

root,' 734.
Enthusiasm, a moral inebriety, 729.
Envy, 662.
Epaminondas, his disinterestedness, 608.
Epic poem, definition of an, 608,
EPIGRAN on Moore's Operatic Farce,

or Farcical Opera, 548. From the
French of Rulhières, 552. 572. On
my Wedding Day, 573. On Cobbett's
digging up Tom Paine's Bones, 573.
• The world is a bundle of hay,' 573.
On my Wedding, 574. On the Bra.
ziers' Company having resolved to
present an Address to Queen Care

line, 574. On Lord Castlereagh, 574.
Epistle, a female, described, 735.
Epistle to a friend, in answer to some

Lines exhorting the author to banish

care, 548.
• EPISTLE to Augusta,' 470.
Epitaph on a friend, 377. On Virgil

and Tibullus, by Demetrius Marsus,
translated, 379. On John Adams, of
Southwell, a carrier, who died of
drunkenness, 537. Substitute for an,
5-16.
My owa, 546.

For Joseph
Blackett, late poet and shoemaker,

3 G

347.

For William Pitt, 573. For Fitzgerald, Lord Edward, “Sonnet an
Lord Castlereagh, 574.

the repeal of his forfeiture,' 572.
Erasmus, his Naufragium, 614.

Fitzgerald, William Thomas, poetaster,
Eratostratus, 455.

421. 52.
Eros and Anteros, 182.

Fletcher, William (Lord Byrou's faith-
Erse language, 687.

ful valet), 5. 543.
Erskine, Lord, 734.

Florence, 47. 498.
Etiquette, G61. 661.

• Florence' (Mrs. Spencer Smith), 19.
Etna, 56. 620.

Stanzas to, 543.
Fugene of Savoy, 501.

Foppery, 807.
Euphues (Barry Cornwall), 685. 716. Forsyth, Joseph, esq., his • Italy,' 57.
Euripides, translation from his Medea, Fortitude, 32. 44. 98. 100. 742.
'Ερωτες υτις,' 396.

Fortune, 32. 51. 150. 225. 615. 654. 807.
Eustace's · Classical Tour in Italy,' Forty-parson power, 707.
strictures on, 785.

FOSCARI, the Two; an Historical Tra.
* EUTHANASIA, When Time, or soon or gedy,' 277.
late,' 550.

Foscari family, 790.
Eutropius, the cunuch, and minister of Foscolo, C'go, 479. His account of Pul.
Arcadius, character of, 589.

ci's • Morgante,' 482.
Euxine, or Black Sea, description of, Fox, Right Hon. Charles James, 473,
653.

474. 531. Lines on the death of,'
Evening described, 45, 182. 639.

399. Saying of, 526. His grave, 526.
Eril, 332. Origin of, 332.

Fox hunt, an English, 738
Exile, 4. 28. 289. 612.

* Fragment,' 378.
Expectation, 108. GO2.

* Fragment, written shortly after the
Experience, 723. The chief philoso- marriage of Miss Chaworth,' 384.
pher, 744.

France, 528.
Eyes, 597. 749.

• FRANCESCA OF RIMINI; ' from the In-

ferno of Dante, 505.
F.

Francis, Sir Philip, the probable author

of Junius,' 522.
Faintness, sensation of, 621. The last Franciscan Convent at Athers, 437.
mortal birth of pain, 481.

4.53. 516.
Fairy, 181.

Frankfort, 459.
Faliero, Marino, Doge of Venice, 193. Franklin, Benjamin, 52. 528. 530. 623.
Faliero Family, 190. 786.

Frascati, 783. 433.
Falkland (Lucius Cary), Viscount, 403. Frazer, Mrs., 548.
431.

Frederick the Second, 74. 409. His
Fall of Terni, 49.

fight from Molwitz, 686.
Fame, 26. 29. 31. 35. 40. 128. 57G. 609. * Free to confess,' the phrase, 757.
651. 632. 679, 680. 686. 725, 807.

Freedom, 52. 709.
Family, a fine, 634.

Free will, 332.
Fancy, 641.

Frere, Right Hon. John Hookham, 433.
• FARE THEE WELL, and if for ever,' 468. His Whistlecraft,' 142. 556. Writes
• Farewell to the Muse,' 536.

half the · Needy Knife-grinder,' 15.
• Farewell ! if ever fondest prayer,' 537. Friends, 705. 739. 742.
• Farewell to Malta,' 548.

Friendship, 742.
Farmers, 700.

Friuli, 44.
Fashionable world, 715. 736.

Frizzi's History of Ferrara, 132.
Fate, 32. 6.54. 727.

Fry, Mrs., 711.
• Father of Light ! great God of Hea- • Fudge Family,' the humour of, not
ven,' 413.

wit, 806.
Fauvel, M., French consul at Athens, Funds, the public, 718.
761. 764.

Fuseli, 646.
Faux pas, in England, 740.

Future State, 318.
Fazzioli, the Venetian, 629.
Fear, 752. 760.

G.
Features, 660.

Gail, M., 766.
Feelings, innate, 642.

Galileo, 777. His tomb in Santa Croce,
Feinagle, Professor, his Mnemonics,
592.

Galiongee, 83.
Felicaja, his · 0 Italia, Italia,' trans- Galt, John, esq., his character of Don
lated, 46.

Juan, 586.
Female fickleness, 743.

Gamba, Count Pietro, 639.
Female friendship, 742.

Game of Goose, 724.
Fénélon, 677.

Gamesters, 736. 739.
Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick, 590. Gaming, 719. 736.
Ferney, 39.

Gandia, Duke of, interesting particu-
Ferrara, Lord Byron's visit to, 45.

lars of his death, 118.
* Few years have pass'd since thou and Garcilasso de la Vega, 599.
1,' 538.

Garrick, 430. 552.
Fickleness of woman, 713.

Gay, his Beggar's Opera, 444.
Fiction Icss striking than truth, 713. Gayton, dancer, 430.
Fielding, 650. The prose Homer of Gazelle, the, 2. 67.
human nature, 610.

Gell, Sir William, 435.
Fill the goblet again,' 511.

Gemma, the wife of Dante, 499.
• First Kiss of Love,' 3.3.

Geneva, Lake of, 35, 36. 131. 138. 768.
First love, 602. 627.

Genevra, Sonnets to, 557.

Genlis, Madame de, 459.
Gentlemen farmers, 710.
George the Third, 457. 515. 716.
George the Fourth, 558. 560, 575, 576.

583. 695. 700.718. 726. • SONNET to.
on the repeal of Lord Edward Fitz.

gerald's forfeiture, 372.
Georgia, 671.
Georgians, beauty of the, 671.
Geramb, Baron, Campbell's, 513.
• Gertrude of Wyoming,' Campbell's,

448.
Gesner, his • Death of Abel, 318.
Ghibeilines, 497. 499. 780.
Ghost, the New stead, 753.
Ghosts, 750, 751. 753. 760.
Giaffar, Pacha of Argyro Castro, his

fate, 84.
Giant's Grave, visit to, 633.
Giocr, The; a Fragment of a Turt.

ish Tale ;' 62.
Gibbon, Edward, esq., his character, 40.

His opinion on the advantages of a

public education, 536.
Gibraltar, straits oi, 18.
Giffard, Lees, esq., LL.D., 579.
Gifford, William, esq., 422. 433. 451.

460. 804.
Gin, 709.
Gingo, St., 768.
Giorgione, 146.

Girl of Cadiz,' 14.
Glaciers, 50.
Gladiator, the dying, stanzas on, 56.646.
Gladiators, 784.
Glenberrie (Sylrester Douglas), first

Lord, 501.
Glory, 638. 673. 710.
Godoy, Don Manuel, 9.
Goethe, his • Kennst du das Land,' &c.

imitated, 77. His . Faust,' 191. His
remarks on Manfred, ' 191. Dedica
tion of Marino Faliero' to, 197. His
• Werther,' 197. Lord Byron's letter
to, 197. His tribute to the memory
of Byron, 244. Dedication of Sar-
danapalus 'to, 244. His character of
• Don Juan,' 587. His • Mephisto-

pheles,' 727.
Gold, 719.
Golden Fleece, 634.
Goldoni's comedies, 794.
Goldsmith, his anticipated definition of

the Lake school of poetry, 804.
Gondola described, 146.
Gondoliers, songs of the Venetian, 42.

602. 769.
Good Night, the, 4. Lord Maxwell's, 1.
Goose, royal game of, 724.
Gordon, Lord George, 457.
Gordons of Gigb, 101.
Goza, 19.
Gracchus, Tiberius, 706.
Grafton, Duke of, 521.
Graham, Edward, esq., 648.
Grahame, James, his. Sabbath Walks

and • Biblical Pictures,' 126.
Granby, Marquis of, 590.

GRANTA ; a Medley,' 385.
Granville, Dr., his recipe to escape sea-

sickness, 611.
Grattan, Right Hon. Henry, 531. 575,

576. 667. 718.
Gray, 639. 805.

Greatest living poets,' 716.
Greece, past and present condition of,

11. 18. 25, 26. 62, 63. 77. 107. 125, 166.
447. 529. 037.

-

Greek war song, Aiuti saidus,' 546.

Translation of, 546.
Greeks, some account of the literature

of the modern, 765.
Grenvilles, the, 718.
Greville, Colonel, 430.
Grey, Charles (afterwards Earl Grey),

531. 726.
Grier, 701.
Grillparzer, his tragedy of Sappho, 244.
Grindenwald, the, 36.
Gritti, Count, his sketch of a Venetian

noble, 230.
Gropius, the Sieur, 762.
Grosvenor, Earl (now Marquis of West.

minster), 443.
Guadalquiver, 620.
Guadiana, 8.
Guariglia, Signor, 648.
Guelfs, 497. 499. 780.
Guesclin, Du, Constable of France, 527.
Guiccioli (Teresa Gamba), Countess,

161. 244. 496. 571. 577. 603. 652. Dedi-
cation of the Prophecy of Dante to,

496.
Guido, his Aurora, 738.
Gunpowder, 169. 687.
Gurney, Hudson, esq., his Cupid and

Psyche,' 635.
Gurney, William Brodie, short-hand

writer, 607.
Gustavus Adolphus, his death at Lut.

zen, 529.
Cynocracy, 755.

lated, 380. • The scholar of love,'
628. His Nil admirari,' 659. 661.

729. 741. Quoted, 658. 733. 737. 741.
Horton, Right Hon. Robert Wilmot

(now Sir Robert), 594.
Horton, Mrs. (now Lady) Wilmot, 463.
Hotspur, 688.
Houris, 11. 68. 694.
* HOURS OP IDLENESS,' 375. Critique of

the Edinburgh Review upon, 419.
Howson, Mrs., Lines addressed to,'

388.
Howard, Hon. Frederick, 31. 432.
Howe, Admiral Lord, 590.
Hoyle, games of, 435. 638.
Hoyle, Rev. Charles, 805.
Hudibras, 445.
Humane Society, 602.
Humboldt, 651.
Hunger, 617. 624.
Hunt, Leigh, 525. 584. Mr. Moore's

verses on his • Byron and his Contem-

poraries,' 525.
Hunting, 738.
Hydra, isle of, 453.
Hymen, 631.
Hymettus, 26. 453. 749.
Hypocrisy, 707.718.

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H.

Habesci, Louis, 635.
Hades, 329.
Hafiz, 23.
Hall, Captain Basil, his interview with

Napoleon, 527.
Hallam, Henry, esq., his review of

Payne Knight's • Taste,' 428. 436.

His • Middle Ages,' 722.
Hamburgh, 458.
Hands, small, a distinction of birth, 644.

662.
Hannibal, 165.
Happiness, 'was born a twin,' 626.

Horace's art of, 661. • An art on

which the artists greatly vary,' 729.
Hardinge, George, esq., 733.
Harley, Lady Charlotte (the • lanthe'

to whom the first and second cantos

of Childe Harold' are dedicated), 2.
Harmodius, 30.
Harmodius and Aristogeiton, song on,

30. 529.
Harmony, German colony in America

so called, 746.
Harpe, La, 530.
Harrow, * Lines on a change of masters

at,' 383. . On a distant view of the
village and school of, 386. • Written
beneath an elm in the churchyard of,'

418. “On revisiting,' 537.
Hater, an honest, 727.
Hatred, 727.
Havard, story of his tragedy, 447.
Hawke, Admiral Lord, 590.
Hawke (Edward Harvey), third Lord,

385.
Hayley, William, esq., advice to, 426.

755.804.
Hazlitt, William, his charge of inconsist-

ency against Lord Byron, 590. His
character of Don Juan,' 584.

Health, 625. 690.
Hearer, a good one, 738.
Hearing, second, superstition of, 73.
* HEAVEN AND EARTH; a Mystery,' 232.
Hebe, 755.
Heber, Reginald (Bishop of Calcutta),

Critical notes by, passim.
• HEBREW MELODIES,' 463.
Hecla, 528. 750.
Hector, 696.
Helen, the Greek Eve,' 741. • LINES

on Canova's bust of,' 568.
Helena St., 526. 533.
Hell, ‘ paved with good intentions,' 518.

687.
Hellespont, 84.545. 620. 648.
Hells, St. James's, 442. 714.
Henry, Patrick, 'the forest-born De-

mosthenes,': 530.
Herbert, Rev. William, 428.
Hercules, 455.
Hero and Leander, 82.
* Herod's Lament for Mariamne,' 467.
Herodias, 458.
Hesperus, 659.
Heterodoxy, 668.
Highgate, burlesque oath administered

at, 12.
Highland welcome, 669.
Hill, Thomas, esq., the patron of Kirke

White and Bloomfield, 432, 579.
* Hills of Annesley, bleak and barren,'

384.
· HixTS FROM HORACE,' 437.
History, 33. 685.
Historians, 638.
Hoare, Rev. Charles James, 435.
Hobbes, Thomas, 168. His fear of

ghosts, 750.
Hobhouse, Right Hon. Sir John Cam,

Bart., 16. 20. 22. 443. 453, 454. 458.
665. His • Epistle to a young noble-
man in love,' 541. Dedication to bim
of the fourth canto of Childe Ha-
rold,' 41. His . Historical Notes to
the Fourth Canto of Childe Harold,'

769.
Hoche, General, 34.
• Hock and soda water, 590, 591. 613.
Hodgson, Rev.Francis, 435. 806. LINES

lo,written on board the Lisbon packet,'
542. •Epistle to, in answer to some
lines exhorting Lord Byron to “ba-
nish care," : 518.
Hogg, James, the Ettrick shepherd,

807.
Holbein, his . Dance of Death,' 746.
Hole, Rev. Richard, 805.
Holford, Miss, 807.
Holland, Lord, 429, Dedication of the

Bride of Abydos to, 77. His charac-

ter of Voltaire, 809.
Holland, Lady, 429. 436.
Holland, Dr., 23.
Hollar, his ‘Dance of Death,' 746.
Home, 27. 106. 602. Sight of, after ab.

sence, 631. Without hearts there is

no,' 634.
Homer, geography of, 648. 650, 684.
Iliad, 805. Odyssey, 631. His cata-

logue of ships, 732.
Honorius, 6.
Hook, Theodore, esq., 429.
Hope, Thomas, esq., 17. 438.
Hoppner, John William Rizzo, 'LINES

on the birth of,' 571.
Horace, Lord Byron's early dislike to,

50. His Justum et tenacem' trans-

Ianthe (Lady Charlotte Harley), dedi.

cation of Childe Harold' to, 2.
Ibrahim Pacha, 762.
Ida, mount, 30. 547. 764.

I enter thy garden of roses,' 547.
• If sometimes in the haunts of men,'

551.
. If that high world,' 463.
Ilion, 647, 648.
Illyria, 21.
Imagination, 55. 641.
Immortality of the soul, 318.
Imprisonment, solitary, its effects, 288.
Improvvisatore, 776.
Incantation, 178.
Incledon, Charles, singer, 799.
Inconstancy, 629.
Indifference, 729.
Indigestion, 636. 698.
• INEZ,' Stanzas to, 13.
Infidelity, female, 630. 725.
• In law an infant, and in years a boy,'

389.
Innocence, 334. 672. 740.
Innovation, progress of, 757.
• INSCRIPTION on the monument of a

Newfoundland dog,' 539.
Intoxication, 614. 626.
lonia, 276.
Iris, the, 50. 181. -
• IRISH AVATAR,' 575.
Irish language, 687.
Iron mask, 522.

I saw thee weep,' 465.
• ISLAND, THE ; or, Christian and his

Comrades,' 161.
• Islands of the blest,' 637.
Ismail, siege of, 666. 678. 695.

I speak not, I trace not,' 558.
Italian language, 483.
Italian sky, 45.
Italy, 44. 153. 499. Present degraded

condition of, 590.
Ithaca, 20.
I would I were a careless child,' 415.

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