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Bonnivard, Francois do, account of,13S.
Booby, Lady, 663.

Boon, Daniel, tho Kentucklan back-
woodsman, 690.
Bores, 734.

'Born in a garret, in the kitchen bred,'
469.

Boryithenes, the, 165.
Boscan, Almogava, 599.
BoiphoruB, the, 653.
Bosquet de Julie, 38.
Boswell, James, esq., 452.
Botany Bay, 638.

Bourbon, Duke of, Constable of France,

308.311,312. 500.
Bouts-rimes, 755.

Bowles, Rev. William Lisle, 4 The
maudlin prince of mournful sonne-
teers," 426. His * Spirit of Discovery,*
426. 'Lines on his edition of Pope,'
426.

Boxing, 449.

Braemar, 401.

Braham, John, singer, 4G3.

Brandy for heroes ! 162.

Brasidas, 16.

Brass, Corinthian, 674.

Brave, picture of the truly, 693.

Bread fruit. 164.

Brennus, 500.

Brenta, 45.

Brewster, Sir David, his * Natural
Magic,' 302. Ills ' Life of Newton,'
677- 704. His description of Bishop
Berkeley's theory, 711.

Briareus, 670.

'Bride Of Abydos,* 77. 651.
Bridge of Sighs, 42.769.
4 Brig of Balgownie,' 705.

* Bright be the place of thy soul!' 537.
Brighton, Pavilion at, 742.

Brissot de Warville, 591.
Bristol, 427.

* British Critic,' 580. 799.

British Review, tho* Old Girl's Review,'
509. 4 My Grandmother's Review,*
581.609. Lord Byron's 4 Letter to
the Editor of,* 798.

Brock en, superstition of the, 302.

Bronze wolf of Rome, 51. 781.

Brougham, Henry, esq. (now Lord
Brougham and Vaux), 419. 429.

Broughton, the regicide, his monument
at Vevay, 33.

Brown, Dr. Thomas, his Paradise of
Coquettes, 807.

Browne, Sir Thomas, his 1 Rellgio Me-
dici/ 79. His encomium on sleep,
643.

Bruce, Abyssinian, his description of a

simoom, 65.
Brummell, William, 150. 718.
Brunck, Professor, 397.
Brunswick, Duke of, his death at

Quatre-Bras, 30.
Brussels, 30.
Brutus, 747.

Bryant, Jacob, on the existence of Troy,

Brydges, Sir Egerton, his * Letters on
the Character and Poetical Genius of
Byron,* 586. Critical notes by, passim.

Bucentaur, 43.

Budgell, Eustace, his 4 leap Into the
Thames/ 452.

Bull fight, description of a, 12, 13. 784.

Buonaparte, Jacopo, his 4 Sacco di Ro-
ma,' 313. 500.

Buonaparte, Lucteu, his 4 Charle-
magne/ 435.

Buonaparte, Napoleon, 460. 526. 561.
698. 742. 4 The Triptolcmus of the
British farmer/ 532. His exclamation
on the loss of his old guard, 709. His
character, 32. 590. 4 Odb to, 460.
4 Lines on his escape from Elba/
561.

Burdett, Sir Francis, his style of elo-
quence, 521.

Burgage tenures and tithes, 4 discord's
torches/ 756.

Burgess, Sir James Bland, his epic of
* Richard the First' sold to line trunks,
449. 804.

Burgoyne, General, 590.

Burke, Edmund, 2.162.

Burlesque, 641.

Burney, Dr., his character of Jewish
music, 463.

Burns, Robert,4 What would he have
been, if a patrician ?' 432. His youth-
ful pranks, 638.

Burun, Ralph de, 378.

Busby, Thomas, Mus. Doct., his mono-
logue on the opening of Drury Lane
Theatre, 457. Parody on his mono-
logue, 553.

Bote, Lord, 521.

Butler, Dr. (head-master at Harrow),
383. 405, 406. 4 Lines on his being ap-
pointed head-master at Harrow/ 383.

'By the rivers of Babylon/ 467.

Byng, Admiral, hia court-martial, 7.

Byron, Sir John, the Little, with the
great beard, 378.

Byron, two of tho family of, at the siege
of Calais, and battle of Cressy, 378,

Byron, Sir John, created (1643) Baron
Byron of Rochdale; some account of,
378.

Byron, Sir Nicholas, his character by
Lord Clarendon, 378.

Byron, Sir Richard, tribute to bis va-
lour and fidelity, 378.

Byron, Admiral John (grandfather of
the Poet), his proverbial ill-luck at
sea, 471. His shipwreck and suffer-
ings, 617. 4 My grand-dad's Narra-
tive/ 623.

BYRON.Williaro, fifth Lord (grand-uncle

of the Poet), 404.
Byron, Captain John (father of the

Poet), 407.
Byron," Mrs. (mother of the Poet),

300.

Byron, Honourable Augusta (sister of
the Poet). See Leigh, Honourable
Augusta.

Byron, Lady, 432. 468. 472. 573. 592.
630. 801. 4 Lines on hearing that she
was ill/ 472. * Lines on reading in the
newspapers that she had been pa-
troness ot * ciiarity ball/ 573.

Byron, Honourable Augusta Ada
(daughter of the Poet), 28. 41.46S.

Byzantium, 43.

C

Cabot, Sebastian, 501.
Cadiz, 11.592.611.
Cadiz,4 The Girl of/ 14.
Cajsar, Augustus, his character, 462.
Ca?sar. Julius, 52. 307. His character,
, 687. 783. His laurel wreath, 56. 307.
* The suitor of love/ 167. 628.

'cain, a Mystery/316.
Cairn Gorme, 7U0.
Calderon, 592.

* Caledonian Meeting, Address intended
to be recited at/ 558.

Calenture, 288. 755.
Caligula, 122. His wish, 679.
Calm at Sea, 110. 626.

* Calmar And Orla, Death of/ 411.
Calpe, 18.

Calrin, 444.

Calypso, isles of, 19.

Cambridge University, 397. 435. 433.

Cambyses, 527.

Camilla, 738.

Camoens, 424. * Stanzas to a lady, with
the poems of/ 382.

Campbell, Thomas, esq, 433. His4 Plea-
sures of Hope/ 433. Inadvertencies
in his 4 Lives of the Poets/ 809. His
* Gertrude of Wyoming/ 448. Criti-
cal notes by, passim.

Can Grande, 530.

Candia, 43. 620.

Caune, battle of, 35.

Canning, Right Hon. George, his opi-
nion of the * Bride of Abydos/ 86.
His inscription for Mrs. Broanrlgg,
the 4 Prenti-cide/ 514. His defence
of public schools and universities,
596. His character, 632. 667.

Canova, 48. 230. 4 Lines on his bust of
Helen/ 568.

Cant, 4 The crying sin of the times/
667.

Cantemtr, Demetrius, his History of the

Ottoman Empire, 665. 670.
Canterbury cathedral, 710.
Capitol, the, 782.
Capitolinc Hill, 47.
Capo d'Istria, 194.
Capo d'Istrias, Count, 533.
Capo di Bove, 52.
Caracalla, 782.
Caractacus, 731. 76').
Caravaggio, 732.
Carbonari, 531.
Care, 707.

Carlile, Richard, 668.

Carlisle (Frederick Howard), fifth Earl
of, 432. 435. Character of his poems.
376. Dedication of 4 Hours of Idle-
ness * to, 375.

Carlisle (Isabella Byron), Countetl of,
375.

Carlo Dolce, 243. 732.
Carnage, 685,692.
Carnival, 145. 569-

* Caroline, Lines to/ 381,382.
Caroline, Queen of England, 574. 658.

670. 718.
Carr, Sir John, 14. 390. 436.
Carrer, Improvvisatore, 230.
Carthage, 690.

Cary, Rev. Henry Francis, his transla-
tion of Dante, 497. 499. 505,506.

Carysfort (John Joshua Proby), first
Earl of, hia 4 Poems and Tragedies/
451.

Cash, potency of, 720.

Casimir, John, King of Poland, 154.

Castalian dews, 3. 764.

Castelnau, his * Histoire de la Nouvelle

Russle/ 6G6.
Castlereagh, Viscount (Robert Stewart,

Marquis of Londonderry), 531. 574.

589. 701. 709. * Epigrams on/ 574.

* Epitaph on/ 574.

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Castri, Tillage of, 3.

Catalan!, Madame, 430.

Catharine 1. of Russia, 530.

Catharine II. of Russia, 675. 701. 707,

70S.
Cathay, 720.
Catiline, 676.

Cato, lends his wife to Hortcn>ius, 668.

Catullus, the scholar of ' Love,' 628.
His 'Ad Lesbian),' translated, 379.
His ' Lugete, Veneres, Cupidinesque,'
translated. 379.

Caucasus, Mount, 436.

Cavalier Serventc, 148. 701.

Cecilia Metella, tomb of, St,

Cecrops, 454.

Cellini, Benvcnuto, 312.

Centlivre, Mrs., character of her come-
dies, 194. Drove Congreve from the
stage, 194.

Cephalonla, 20.

Cephisus, river of. 101. 453.

Ceres, 720.

Certosa cemetery. 378.

Cervantes, 677. Character of Lis ' Don

Quixote,' 727.
Clucronea, 31.
Chalons, battle of, 560.
Chamouni, 30.
Chandler, Dr., 18. 761.
Change, 718.

Chamrcy, Francis, R.A., 610.

■ Charity Rail, Lines on reading that

Lady Byron was patroness of a,'

573.

Charlemagne, 533.

Charlcmont, Mrs., 469.

Charles I., 231. 731.

Charles V. of Spain, 461.

Charles XII. of Sweden, his obttlnacj

at Bender, 694.
Charlotte, Princess of Wales, Lines to,

552. Reflections on ber death, 718.

'Stanzas on her death,' 59.
Charlotte, Queen, 516.
Chase, the English, 733.
Chateaubriand, V
Chatham, first Earl of, 726.
Chatterton, Thomas, 726.
Chaucer, 445.

Chaworth, Mary Anne (afterwards Mrs.

Musters), 3*4. 'Fragment written

shortly alter her marriage,' 384.

'Stanzas to. Oh! had my fate,' 415.

'F'aklwell to,' 537. 1 Stanzas to, on

the author's leaving England,' 542.
Cheltenham, 166.
Cheops, King, his pyramid, 610.
Chesterfield, Earl of, his speech ou the

play-house bill, 444. His remark on

hunting, 138.
'Childb Harold's Pilgrimage,' I.
Chllde Buron, 3.
'Childish Recollections,' 404.
Children, 333, 334. 634.
'Chill and mirk is the nightly blast,'

543.

'Cmillon, Prisoner or,' 138.
Chlllon, Sonnet on, 138.
Chimari, 80.

Chlmarlot Mountains, 21.
Chioza, war of, 772.
Chivalry, 2. 641.

Christ.' Pure Creed of, made sanction

of all ill,' 744.
Christabel, 126. 468.
Christianity, 744.
Chrysostom. St., 596.

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Churches, 658.
Churchill's Grave,' 564.
Cicero, a punster, 440.
Clcesbeo, 148.
Cid, 528. 530.
Cigars, 168.
Cinclnnatus, 532.
Cintra, 6. Convention of, 7.
Circassians, 671.

Circus at Rome, 56. Maxiraus, 783.
Cithscron, Mount, 764.
Cities, overthrow of great, 690.
Civilisation, 690.

Clare (John Fitzgibbon), Earl of, 406.

'Lines on,' 406. 'Stanzas to,' 413.
Clarens, 39.

Clarke, Dr. Edward Daniel, 17. 27. 648.

650.

Clarke, Hewson, 435. 437.
Classics, too early study of, 50.
Claudlan, bis ' Old Man of Verona,'

530.

Cleonlce and Pausanias, story of, 163.
Cleopatra, 748.
Clergy, 736.

Ctitumnus, the river, 49. Temple of,
49.

Clootz, Anacharsls, 591.
Clyteinnestra, 70J-.

Cobbett, William, 7. 667. 'Emgra-m
on his digging up Tom Paine's bones,'
573.

Coblcntl, 34.

Cocker, 759.

Cogntac, apostrophized, 645.

Cohen, Mr. Francis (now Sir Francis

Palgrave), 786.
Colchis, 634.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, esq., 425.

588. 591. 599. 608. 638. 804.
Collgny, 38.
Coliseum, 55. 57. 190.
College education, advantages of a, 596.

* College Examination, Thoughts sug-
gested by,' 397.

Colllnl, Stgnora, 430.

Oilman, George, jun., 430.

Cologne, 709.

Colonna, Cape, 26. 761.

Colton, Rev. Caleb, 5o4.

Columbia, 52.

Columbus, 501. 745. 751.

Comboloio, or Turkish rosary, 83. 102.

Comedy, the day of, gone by, 734.

Common Lot, answer to a beautiful

poem, entitled the, 409.
Commonwealth, 213. 481.
Condorcet, Marquis de, 591.
Congreve, 194.
Congreve rockets, 602.
'Conquest, the,' a fragment, 574.
Conscience, 67. 163. 178. 187. 599. 605.

628.

Constantinople, 25. Slave market at,

described, 652.
Conversationists, 734.
Cookery, science of, 748.
Copyright, suras paid by Mr. Murray

to Lord Byron for, 424.
Coquette, 724.
Coray, 765.

'Corinne,' quoted, 607.
Corinth, 46.

'Corinth, Siror Op,' 120.
Corinthian brass, 672.

• Cornelian,' the, 398.

Cornelian heart which was broken,
'Lines on,' 552.

Cornwall, Barry (Bryan Walter Proc-
tor), 716.
Coron, nay of, 96.
'Corsair, the , a Talc,' 69.
• Cortejo.' 148. 604.

Cottle, Joseph, his * Alfred.' and' Fall
of Columbia,' 427. Ilia ' Expostula.
tory Epistle to Lord Byron,' 582.

'Could I remount the river of my years,'
565.

'Could love for ever," 572.

Coumourgi, Ali, 122.

Country and town, discrepancies be.

twecn, 758.
Courage, 48. 229.

Cowley, his imitation of Claudiao*s

'Old Man of Verona,' 530.
Cowper, 433.
Coxcomb, 648.

Coxe, Archdeacon, his ' Life of Marl-
borough,' 638. 655. His ' Life of Sir
Robert Walpole,' 656.

Crabbe, Rev. George, 'though Na-
ture's sternest painter, yet the best,'
434.; 1 the first in point of power
and genius,' 434. . ' the first of living
poets,' 804.

Craning, 738.

Crashaw, Richard, 636. Cowley's unci

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

474.

Croker, Crofton, his ' Fairy Legends,'
754.

Croker, Right Hon. John Wilson, hit
query concerning the ' Bride of Aby-
dos,' 77.

Croly, Rev. Dr.George, 716. Ills' 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 Review-
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 Phil pot, 718.

Currie, Dr., his Life of Burns, 638.

1 Cursi op Minerva,' 453.

Curtis, Sir William, 533. 711.

Cuvier, Baron, 318.700.

Cyanometer, described, 651.

Cydades. 622. 647.

Cypress tree, 66.

Cyrus, 620

U.

Dallaway, Rev. James,

tlnople' quoted, 63.
Dalrymple, Sir Hew, his
* Damsetas,' a character. 3*e.
Dsmas, Count de, 680.
Damme, the British, 715.
Dance, Pyrrhic, 632. 637.
Dance of Death, Holbein**, 746.

bar's, 746.
Dancing, 30. 648. 746.
Dandies, Dynasty of the, ISO.
Dandolo, Henry, the octogenarian

43. 771.
Dandy, described, 149.

to

Dante, 44. 48. 497. 604. 777. 805. His
Beatrice, 630. Imitation of, 639. His
■ hair-way house' of life, 639. 1 Pro-
Phecy Op,' 49G.

D.mton, A9I.

Dardanelles, 649.

'Darkness,' 563.

D im, M., his picture of Venetian so-
ciety and manners, 769.

Darwin, Erasmus,his' pompous chime,'
434. Ills ' Botanic Garden/ 434. Put
down by a poem In the Auti-Jacobin,
804.

Dates, * a sort of post-house, where the

Fates change horses,' GOO.
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,
669.

'Dkar Object 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. 4 Dun-
nest of all duns,* 744. * A gaunt gour-
mand,' 744.

Death and the Lady, 630.

1 Death of Calmar and Or)a,* 41.

Dee. the, 416.

De Foix, Gaston, his tomb at Ravenna,
650.

* Deformed Transformed ; a Drama,'

300.

Deformity, an Incentive to distinction,

304.
D'Herbclot,?©.

Dckker, Thomas, his * Wonder of a

Kingdom,' 639.
Delawarr (George-John

Earl, 377. 'Verses to,

on," 417.
Delphi, fountain of, 3.
Deluge, 233. 242.
Democracy, 462.

Demetrius Foliorcctes described, 303.
Demosthenes, 530, 631.
Denham, his Cowper's Hill, 710.
Denman (Lord Chief Justice), his

latlon of the Greek song on Harmo-

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

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

7C5.

De Qulncey, Mr., nls Confessions of

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

shipwreck in the Gulf of Lyons,

615.

Dervish Tahfri, Lord Byron's Arnaout

Guide. 73. 121.
Dcsaix, General, 591.
Despair, 29. 75. 103. 616. 689.
Despotism, GG2.
Destiny, 61.

Destruction of Sennacherib, 467.

Dp Tott, Baron, his * History of the

Turks/ 714.
1 Devil's Drive ; an unfinished Rhap-
sody,' 667.
Devotion, 319. 639. 670.
Uibdm, Thomas, success of bis' Mother

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'Dictionnaire de Trevoux/ its
tfon of an epic, 608.

• Difficile est proprie,' &c. of Horace,
disputes on the meaning of, 440.

Dinner, a man's happiness dependent
on, 764.

Dinner-bell, 'the tocsin of the soul,'

657.

Diogenes, 749. 754.
Dirce, fountain of, 764.
Discontents, progress of popular, 689.
Dlsdar Aga, 763.

D'Israetl, J., esq.,' Dedication to him
of Observations upon an Article In
Blackwood's Magazine,' 800.

* Dives, Lines to,' 648.
Dolce, Carlo, 243. 732.
Don, Brig of, 705.

'Don Juan/ 578. Preface, 578. Tes-
timonies of Authors, 678. Letter to
the Editor of * My Grandmother's
Review/ 798. * Observations upon an
Article inBlackwood'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 Saokville), Earl of,

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

his character, 384.
Dorset (George-JohnFrederlck), 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, 206. 603.
Dresden, 709.

Drummond, Sir William, 106. His
'Academical Questions/ quoted, 66.

Drury, Rev. Dr. Joseph, 60. 'Lines
on his retiring from the head-master-
ship of Harrow/ 383.

Drury Lane Theatre,' Address, spoken
at the opening of/ 662.

Dryden, his * Ode/ 804. His epigram
under Milton's picture, 805, 806. His
'Palamon and Arclte/ 806. His 1 Ab-
salom and Achitophel/ 639. His
'Theodore and Honorla/ 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.

Dun", Miss Mary (afterwards Mrs.

Robert Cock burn), Lord Byron's

boyish attachment for, 416.
Dumourlrr, 690.

Duppa, Richard, esq., his 1 Life of

Michael Angelo,' 602, 603.
Dwarfs, 660.
'Dying Gladiator/ 56.

E , Hoes to, 377.

Early death, 641.706.
Early hours, 714.
Early rising, 623.
Eating, 655.

Eblls, Oriental Prince of Darkness, 70.
Eclectic. 635.

Eclectic Review, 48. Its character uf

'Don Juan/ 680.
Economy, 707.

Eddleston (Cambridge chorister), 398.

* LlNRE on a cornelian given to Lord
Byron by/ 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.

Egcrla, 54. 782. Fountain of, 54. Grotto
of, 54.782.

Egripo (the Negropont), 81.

Ehrenbreitsteln, 34.

Ekenhead, Mr., 129. 645. 620.

Elba, Isle of, 462. 528.

Eldon, Earl of, his judgment in the case
of Cain/ 317. His impartiality, 760.

1 Elegy on Newstead Abbey/ 402.

Elgin, Lord, 17. 436. 453. 455.

Elgin marbles, 463. 456.

1 Eliza, Lines to,' 400.

Elizabeth, Queen, her avarice, "04.

1 Ellen, Lines to/ Imitated from Ca-
tullus, 379.

Ellis, George, esq., 65

Elolsa, 173.

'Eloisa and Abelard/ Pope's, SCO.
Eloquence, power of, 744.
'Emma, Lines to/ 381.
Endor, witch of, 183. 465.
* Endorsement to Deed of Separation/
663.

'English Bards And Scotch Rsvikw.

Ers/ 420.
English look, 653.
English women, 726.
Ennui, 'the best of friends and opiate

draughts/ 638. 'A growth of English

root/ 734.
Enthusiasm, a moral Inebriety, 729.
Envy, 662.

Epamlnondas, his disinterestedness, 608.

Epic poem, definition of an, 608.

Epigram on Moore's Operatic Farce,
or Farcical Opera, 648. From the
French of Rulhiercs, 662. 572. On
my Wedding Day, 573. On Cobbett's
digging up Tom Palne's Bones, 573.

* The world Is a bundle of hay/ 673,
On my Wedding, 574. On the llra-
xicrs' Company having resolved to
present an Address to Queen Caro-
line, 674. On Lord Castlercagh, 674.

Epistle, a female, described, 735.

Epistle to a friend, in answer to some
Lines exhorting the author to banish
care, 648.

1 Epistle to Augusta/ 470.

Epitaph on a friend, 377. On Virgil
and Tibullus, by Dunetrlus Marsus,
translated, 379. On John Adams, of
Southwell, a carrier, who died of
drunkenness, 637. Substitute for an,
546. My own, 646. For Joseph
Blackctt, late poet and shoemaker,

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547. For William Pitt, 673. For

Lord Castlercagh, 674.
Erasmus, his ftaufragium, 614.
F.ratostratus, 466.
Eros and Antcros, 182.
Erse language, 687.
Ersklnc, Lord, 734.
Etiquette, G61. 664.
Etna, 56. 020.
Eugene of Savoy, 501.
Euphues (Barry Cornwall), 685. 710.
Euripides, translation from his Medea,

''E^amr i/>rif,' 396.
Eustace's 1 Classical Tour In Italy/

strictures on, 785.
'Euthanasia, When Time, or soon or

late," 550.

Eutropius, the eunuch, and minister of

Arcadius, character of, 589.
Euxine, or Black Sea, description of,

653.

Evening described, 45, 182. 639.
Evil, 332. Origin of, 332.
Exile, 4. 28. 289. 612.
Expectation, 108. 602.
Experience, 723. The chief philoso-
pher, 744.
Eyes, 597. 749.

Falntncss, sensation of, 621. The last

mortal birth of pain, 481.
Fairy, 181.

Faliero, Marino, Doge of Venice, 193.
Falicro Family, 190. 786.
Falkland (Lucius Cary), Viscount, 403.
431.

Fall of Terni, 49.

Fame, 26. 29. 31. 35. 40. 12S. 570. 609.

661. 052. 079, 080. 680. 725. 807.
Family, a fine, 034.
Fancy. 041.

'Farb Thee Well, and If for ever,' 408.

'Farewell to the Muse,' 536.

'Farewell I if ever fondest prayer,' 537.

* Farewell to Malta,' 648.
Fanners, 700.

Fashionable world, 715. "30.
Fate, 32. 654. 727.

Father of Light 1 great Cod of Hea-
ren,' 413.

Fauvcl, M., French consul at Athens,

701. 704.
Faux pas, in England, 740.
Fazzloli, the Venetian, 029.
Fear, 752. 760.
Features, GOO.
Feelings, Innate, 642.
Fcinaglc, Professor, his Mnemonics,

592.

Fellcaja, his 'O Italia, Italia,' trans-
lated, 46.
Female fickleness, 743.
Female friendship, 742.
Fcnelon, G77.

Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick, 590.
Ferney, 39.

Ferrara, Lord Byron's visit to, 45.

1 Few years have pass'd since thou and

I,' 538.
Fickleness of woman. 743.
Fiction less striking than truth, 743.
Fielding, 050. The prose Homer of

human nature, 010.
■ Fill the goblet again.' 541.
'First Kiss of Love,' 333.
First love, 602. 627.

Fitzgerald. Lord Edward, ' Sonnet <m
the repeal of his forfeiture.' 572.

Fitzgerald, William Thomas, poetaster,
421. 452.

Fletcher, William (Lord Byrun's faith-
ful valet), 5. 643.
Florence, 47. 498.

'Florence* (Mrs. Spencer Smith), 19.

Stanzas to, 543.
Foppery, 807.

Forsyth, Joseph, esq., his ' Italy,* 07.
Fortitude, 32. 44. 98. 100. 742.
Fortune, 32. 51. 150. 225. 645. 654. 807.
Forty-parson power, 707.
'Foscari, the Two ; an Historical Tra-
gedy,' 277.
Foscari family, 790.

Foscolo, Ugo, 479. His account of Pul-
ci's ' Morgan La,1 482.

Fox, Right Hon. Charles James, 473,
474. 631. 1 Lines on the death of,'
399. Saying of, 620. His grave, 520.

Fox hunt, an English, 738.

'Fragment,' 378.

'Fragment, written shortly after the

marriage of Miss Chaworth,' 384.
France, 528.

'Francesca Op 1: I Hini;' from the In-
ferno of Dante. 505.

Francis, Sir Philip, the probable author
of' Junius,' 522.

Franciscan Convent at Athens, 437.
453. 546.

Frankfort, 458.

Franklin, Benjamin, 5Z". 528. 530. 023.
Frascatl, 785. 433.
Frazcr, Mrs., 548.

Frederick the Second. 74. 409. His

flight from Molwitz. 080.
'Free to confess,' the phrase, 757.
Freedom, 52. 709.
Free will, 332.

Frere, Right Hon. John llookham. 433.
His ' Whistlecralt,' 142. 586. Writes
half the ' Needy Knife-grinder,' 15.

Friends, 705. 739. 742.

Friendship, 742.

l'riuli, 44.

Frilli'l History of Ferrara, 132.
Fry. Mrs., 711.

'Fudge Family,' the humour of, not

wit, 806.
Funds, the public, 718.
Fusell, 640.
Future State, 318.

Gall. M..7SC.

Galileo, 777. His tomb In Santa Croce,
48.

Galiongee, 83.

Gait. John, esq., his character of Don

Juan, 580.
Gamba, Count Pietro, 039.
Game of Goose, 724.
Gamesters, 730. 739.
Gaming, 719. 730.

Gandia, Duke of. Interesting particu-
lars of his death, 118.
Garcllasso de la Vega, 599.
Garrlck, 430. 552.
Gay, his Beggar's Opera, 444.
Gayton, dancer, 430.
Gazelle, the, 2. 07.
Cell, Sir William, 436.
Gemma, the wife of Dante, 499.
Geneva, Lake of, 35, 30. 131. 138. 708.
Genevra, Sonnets to, 557.

Genlis, Madame de, 459.

Gentlemen farmers, 700.

George the Third, 457. 515. 711.

George the Fourth, 558. 5G0. 575. S"6.
583. 695. 700. 718. 726. 'Sos>rr to,
on the repeal of Lord Edward Hti.
gerald's forfeiture, 572.

Georgia, 671.

Georgians, beauty of the, 071.
Geramb, Baron, Campbell's, 513.
'Gertrude of Wyoming,' Campbell's,
448.

Gesner, his ' Death of Abel, 318.

Ghibellines, 497. 499. 780.

Ghost, the Newttead, 753.

Ghosts, 750, 751. 753.760.

Giaffar, Pacha of Argyro Castro, his

fate, 84.
Giant's Grave, visit to, 653.
'Giaour, The; a Fragment of aTurk.

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

His opinion on the advantages ol s

public education, 696.
Gibraltar, straits of, IS.
Giffard, Lees, esq., LL.D., 579.
Gilford, William, esq., 422. 433. 451.

400. 804.
Gin, 709.
Gingo, St., 768.
Giorglone, 140.
'Girl of Cadiz,' 14.
Glaciers, 60.

Gladiator, the dying, stanzas on. 55.04*1
Gladiators, 784.

Glenbervie (Sylvester Douglas), fint
Lord, 501.

Glory, 638. 673. 710.

Godoy, Don Manuel, 9.

Goethe, his ' Kennst du das Land.' arc
imitated, 77. His ' Faust,' 191, His
remarks on * Manfred,* 191. Dedica-
tion of' Marino Faliero' to, 197. His
• Wcrther,* 197. Lord Byron's letter
to, 197. His tribute to the memory
or Byron, 244. Dedication of ' Sar-
danapalns ' to, 244. His charart^ of
'Don Juan,' 587. His ' Mephiito-
pheles,' 727.

Gold, 719.

Golden Fleece, 034.

Goldoni's comedies. 794.

Goldsmith, his anticipated drfinitioa of
the Lake school of poetry, 804.

Gondola described. 140.

Gondoliers, songs of the Venetian. 41
602. 709.

Good Klght, the, 4. Lord Maxwell's, I.
Goose, royal game of, 724.
Gordon, Lord George, 457.
Gordons of Gight, 4C1.
Goza, 19.

Gracchus, Tiberius, 70S.

Grafton, Duke of, 521.

Graham, Edward, esq., 048.

Grahame, James, hts ' Sabbath Walks'
and ' Biblical Picture*,' iX.

Granby, Marquis of, 5*K'.

* GttAUTA ; a Medley,' 3*-*.

Granville, Dr., his recipe to escape sea-
sickness, 611.

Grattan, Right Hon. Henry. 531. SA
670. 667. 718.

Gray, 639. 805.

'Greatest living poets,* 715.

Grecce, past and present condirt-n cf.
11. 18. 25, 26. 62, 6J. 77. 107. IS. !»
447. 529. 637.

I Greek war song, 'Atvn r«3l;/ 546.

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

of the modem, 763.
Grenvilles, the, 718.
Creville, Colonel. 430.
Grey, Charles (afterwards Earl Grey),

131.726.
Grief, 704.

GrUlparicr, his tragedy of Sappho, 244.

Grindcnwald, the, 36.

Grittl, Count, his sketch of a Venetian
noble, 230.

Groplus, the Sleur, 762.

Grosvenor, Earl (now Marquis of West.
I minster), 443.
I Guadalquiver, 620.

Guadlana, 8.

Guartglia, Slgnor, 649.

Guelfs, 497. 499. 780.

Gucsclin, l)u, Constable of France, 527.

Guiccioli (Teresa Gamha), Countess,
161. 214. 496. 571. 577. 603. 652. Dedi-
cation of the Prophecy of Dante to,
4%.

Guldo, his Aurora, 738.

Gunpowder, 169. 687.

Gumcy, Hudson, esq., his 1 Cupid and

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

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

sen, 528.
Gynocracy, 755.

H.

Habescl, Louis, 635.
Hades, 329.
Haul, 23.

Hall, Captain Basil, his interview with

N'apoleon, 527.
Ilallam, Henry, esq., his review o

Payne Knight's -Taste/ 428. 436.

His ' Middle Ages/ 722.
Hamburgh, 458.

Hands, small, a distinction of birth, 644.

C12.
Hannibal, 165.

Happiness, 'was bom 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 1 lanthe'
to whom the first and second cantos
of' Chllde Harold ' are dedicated), 2.

Harmodlus, 30.

Harmodtus and Arlstogelton, song on,

30. 329.

Harmony, German colony In America

so called, 746.
Harpe, La, 330.

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, 390.

Hawke (Edward Harvey), third Lord,

.185.

Hayley, William, esq., advice to, 426.
755.804.

Hallux, William, his charge of inconsist-
ency against Lord Hymn. 590. His
character of1 Don Juan/ 584.

Health, 635. 690.

Hearer, a good one, 738.

Hearing, lecond, superstition of, 73.

* Heaven And Kabth; a Mystery,' 232.
Hebe, 755.

Heber, Reginald (Bishop of Calcutta),
Critical notes by, passim.

* Hebrew Melodies,1 4G3.
Hecla, 528. 750.
Hector, 696.

Helen, 4 the Greek Eve,' 741. * Linej

on Canova's bust of,' 5C4.
Helena, St., 626. 533.
Hell,' paved with good intentions,' 513.

687.

Hellespont, 84. 545. 620. 648.
Hells, St. James's, 442. 714.
Henry, Patrick, 'the forest-born De-
mosthenes,' &30-
Herbcrt, Rev. William, 428.
Hercules, 455.
Hero and Leander, 82.

* Herod's Lament for Mariamne,' 4G7.
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.
1 Hills of Annesley, bleak and barren,*

384.

* Hints 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 him
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, W0, 591. 613.

Hodgson, Rev. Francis, 43-V 806. 'lines
to.written on board the Lisbon packet,'
542. * Epistle to, in answer to some
lines exhorting Lord Byrou to " ba-
nish care,"' 548.

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 Voltai/e, 809.

Holland, Lady, 429. 436.

Holliind, Dr., 23.

Hollar, his ' Dance of Death,' "46.

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.
Hnppner, John William Rizzo, ' Lines

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

50. His ' Justum et tenacem ' trans-

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lated, 380. • The scholar of love,'

628. Hii 'Nil admirari/ 658. 661.

729. 741. Quoted, 658. 733. 737. 741.
Horton, Right Hon. Kobert Wllmot

(now Sir Robert), 594.
Horton, Mri. (now Lady) Wllmot, 463.
Hotspur, 688.
Houris, 11. 68. 694.

'Houm Of Idleness/ 376. Critique of
the Edinburgh Review upon, 419.

Howson, Mrs., • LInei 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'i
verses on his ' Byron and his Contem-
poraries/ 525.

Hunting, 738.

Hydra, isle of, 453.

Hymen, 631.

Hymettus, 26. 453. 749.

Hypocriiy, 707. 718.

I.

lanthe (Lady Charlotte Harley), dedl.

cation of' Childe Harold' to, 2.
Ibrahim Pacha, 762.
Ida, mount, 50. 547. 764.

• I enter thy garden of roses/ 647.

• If sometimes in the haunts of men/
551.

'If that high world/ 463.
Illon, 647, 648.
Illyrlo, 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.
1 Inez/ Stanzas to, 13.
Infidelity, female, 630. 725.
'In law on infant, and in years a boy,'
389.

Innocence, 334. 672. 740.
Innovation, progress of, 757.

Inscription on the monument of u

Newfoundland dog/ 539.
Intoxication, 614. 626.
Ionia, 276.
Iris, the, 50. 181.
'Irish Avatar/ 575.
Irish language, 687.
Iron mask, 322.
'I saw thee weep/ 465.
'Island, The J or, Christian and his

Comrades/ 161.
'Islands of the blest/ 637-
Ismail, siege of, C66. 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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