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May 9. Writes • Lines after swimming from Sestos to 1S05 — (17). Abydos.’—14. Arrives at Constantinople. Oct. Leaves Harrow for Trinity College, Cambridge. June Makes an excursion through the Bosphorus to the Black Sea and Cyanean Symplegades. 1806 – (18). - July 14. Departs from Constantinople. – 19. Reaches Jan. onaro a collection of his Poems for the press. Athens.—Visits Corinth. Nov. 1'rints a volume of his I oems: but, at the entreaty Aug. ) Makes a tour of the Morea, and visits Velay Pacha. of a friend, destroys the edition. §: — Returns to Athens. 1807 — (19). - March Publishes • IIours of Idleness." See Fac Similes, 1811 — (23). No. I. | Jan. Takes up his residence at the Franciscan Convent, oct. Begins an epic, to be entitled “Bosworth Field.”— Athens.—Writes ‘Dear object of defeated care to And writes part of a novel. Feb. Writes “Sons of the Greeks, arise 1"– I enter thy garden of roses.”— And “Remarks on the Romaic 1808 – (20). - i or Modern Greek Language." Jan. A Passes his time between the dissipations of Cain- March 12. writes. Hints from Horace,’ 17. . The Curse Aug. bridge and London. of Minerva.”—And ‘Lines on Parting.” Sep. Takes up his residence at Newstead. — Forms the May Leaves Athens for Malta. — 16. Writes : Epitaph for design of visiting India. – Engaged in preparing Joseph Blackett.”—And, 26. “Farewell to Malta." ‘English Bards and Scotch Reviewers' for the July Returns to England. press. Aug. 1. Death of his Mother. 1809 – (21 ). Oct. 11. Writes Epistle to a Friend, “Oh banish care— Jan. 22. His coming of age celebrated at Newstead. such ever be.’— And Stanzas to Thyrza, “Without March 13. Takes his seat in the House of Lords. a stone to mark the spot.’ 16. Publishes • English Bards and Scotch Re- Dec. 6. Writes “Away, away, ye notes of woe l’ viewers." May Engaged in preparing a second edition of “English 1812 – (24). Bards' for the press. Jan Writes “One struggle more and I am free."—" When June 11. Leaves London on his travels, accompanied by time, or soon or late, shall bring.”—“And thou art Mr. Hobhouse. dead, as young as fair." 30. Writes, on board the Lisbon packet, “ Huzza Feb. 27. Makes his first speech in the House of Lords.- : Hodgson, we are going !' 29. Publishes the two first cantos of “Childe HaJuly 2. Sails from Falmouth. rold.” 7. Lands at Lisbon. — 17. Leaves Lisbon for Se- || March. Commits a new edition of “English Bards,’ &c. to ville and Cadiz. the flames. – Writes, “If sometimes in the haunts Aug. 6. Arrives at Gibraltar.—19. Takes his departure of men.'—" on a Cornelian Heart which was ' for Malta. broken.”—“Lines to a Lady weeping.” – And, Scp. l. Lands at Malta. — 14. Writes “As o'er the cold “The Chain I gave l' sepulchral stone." — ‘Oh, Lady when I left the April 19. Writes ‘Lines on a blank leaf of The Pleasures shore."—21. Leaves Malta.-29. Lands at Prevesm. of Memory.” Oct. 1. Proceeds to Solara, Arta, and Joannini. —9. Sep. Writes “Address on the Opening of Drury Lane Leaves Joannini for Zitza. – Composes, during a Theatre.' thunder-storm, Chill and mirk is the nightly Oct. Writes ‘The Waltz; an Apostrophic Hymn."-And, blast.”—11. Reaches Tepaleen. — 12. Is introduced “A Parenthetical Address by Dr. Plagiary." to Ali Pacha. – 26. Returns to Joannini...—31. Be- Nov. Writes “Address to Time.” – And “Thou art not gins the first canto of “Childe Harold." false, but thou art sickle ''

Dr. Baillie.
Becomes the pupil of Dr. Glennie at Dulwich.
1800 (12.)
Is sent to Harrow School.
1803 (15).
Passes the vacation at Nottingham and Annesley. —
And forms an attachment to Miss Chaworth.

o;-! o * Cúronologn of 34 ort. 36proit's 34 ife and &siorág. | 1788. Nov. 3. Proceeds by sea to Prevesa.-10. Driven on the | so set. London coast of Suli. — 12. Writes, in passing the Ambra- " | Jan. 22. Born, in Holles Street, London. cian gulf, “Through cloudless skies, in silvery - 1790 – (altat. 2). sheen.” – 13. Sails down the gulf of Arta. — 14. Taken by his mother to Aberdeen. Reaches Utraikey. — 15. Traverses Acarnania. — | 1798 – (10 21. Reaches Missolonghi. — And, 25. Patras. * Ryo - - ). Dec. 4. Leaves Patras. –14. Passes across the gulf of May 19. Succeeds to the family title. Lepanto. — 18. Visits Mount Parnassus, Castri, Made a ward of chancery. - and Delphi...—22. Thebes.—25. Arrives at Athens. | Removed from Aberdeen to Newstead Abbey. ". ... of an empiric at Notingham 1810 – (aotat. 22). or the cure of his lameness. Spends ten weeks in visiting the monuments of 1799 — (11). Athens; making occasional excursions to several Removed to London, and placed under the care of Jan. parts of Attica. — Writes, “The spell is broke,

Feb. | the charm is flown l’ –“ Lines in the Travellers' Book at Orchomenus.”— And “Maid of Athens, ere we part.”

March 5. Leaves Athens for Smyrna. —7. visits ruins the
of Ephesus.-28. Concludes, at Smyrna, the second
canto of “Childe Harold.”

April 11. Leaves Smyrna for Constantinople.—visits the
Troad.

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