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CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE.

Peeeace to the First and Second Cantos - J

To Iaxthe - - - 2

Canto L .... 3

Canto n. - - - - 16

Caxto EH. - - - - 28

Canto IV. - - - 41

Dedication - - - - ib.

THE GIAOUR; A Fragment Of A Turkish

Tale - - - - C2

Dedication ... - i7>.

Advertisement - - ib.

THE BRIDE OF ABYDOS ; A Turkish Tale 77

Dedication .... ib.

THE CORSAIR; A Tale - - 89

Dedication .... ft.

LARA; A Tale - - - - 108

THE SIEGE OF CORINTH - - 120

Dedication .... ft.

Advertisement ... to.

PARISINA - - - 131

Dedication - ... ib.

Advertisement ... ib.

THE PRISONER OF CHILLON; A Fable - 138

Sonnet to Chillon - - - ib.

BEPPO; A Venetian Stort - - 142

MAZEPPA - - - 153

Advertisement - - ib.

THE ISLAND; Or, Christian And His Com-
Rades ... . 161

Advertisement ... ib.

MAXFRED; A Dramatic Poem - - 170
MARINO FALIERO, DOGE OF VENICE;

An Historical Tragedt - - 193

Preface .... ib.

HEAVEN AND EARTH; A Mtstert - 232

SARD ANAP ALUS; A Tragedy - - 244

Dedication - - - ib.

Pseface .... ill.

THE TWO FOSCARI; An Historical Tra-

Gedt - 277

THE DEFORMED TRANSFORMED; A

Drama - - - - 300

Advertisement - - - ib.

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CAIN; A Mtstert - - - 316

Dedication - - - ib.

Preface .... ib.

WERNER; Or, The Inheritance: A Tragedt 341

Dedication - - - ib.

Preface .... ib.

HOURS OF IDLENESS; A Series Of Poems,

Original And Translated - - 375

Dedication - - - ib.

Preface - - - - ib.

On the Death of a Young Lady, Cousin to

the Author, and very dear to him - 376

To E - - - 377

To D .... ft.

Epitaph on a Friend - - - ib.

A Fragment .... 378

On leaving Newstead Abbey - - ft.

Lines written in "Letters of an Italian

Nun and an English Gentleman; by J.

J. Rousseau: founded on Facts" - 379

Answer to the foregoing, addressed to

Miss - - - - ib.

Adrian's Address to his Soul when Dying - ib.
Translation from Catullus. Ad Lesbiam - ib.
Translation of the Epitaph on Virgil and

Tibullus, by Domitius Marsus - - ib.
Imitation of Tibul'us. "Sulpicia ad Cerin-

thum" .... ib.
Translation from Catullus. "Lugetc Ve-
neres, Cupidlncsque," &c. - - ib.
Imitated from Catullus. To Ellen - ft.
Translation from Horace. "Justum ct tc-

nacem," fcc. - - - - 380

From Anacreon. "6iX» Myitt ArpuJaf." ib.
From Anacreon. "Mtecrjttriaif <rrod' i-puf." ib.
From the Prometheus Vinrtusof -Eschjius.

u MtjJajU* o TraVTa yijuay, x. T. A." - - lb.

To Emma - - - -381

To M. S. G. - - - ib.

To Caroline .... ft.

To the Same - - - 382

To the Same .... ft.

Stanzas to a Lady, with the Poems of

Camocns - - . . ft.

The First Kiss of Love ... 383

On a Change of Masters at a great Public

School .... ft.

To the Duke of Dorset - - •ft.
Pago

Fragment, written shortly after the Mar-

riage of Miss Chaworth • • 384

Granta. A Medley - - - 365

On a distant View of the Village and School

of Harrow on the Hill - - 386

To M .... ib.

To Woman .... 387

To M. S. G. - • - - ib.

To Mary, on receiving her Picture - ib.

To Lesbia .... ib.

Lines addressed to a young Lady, who was
alarmed at the Sound of a Bullet hissing
near her - - - - 388

Love's last Adieu - - - ib.

Danuetas .... 389

To Marlon - - - ib.

To a Lady who presented to the Author a

Lock of Hair braided with his Own - ib.

Oscar of Alva. A Tale - - 390

The Episode of Nlsus and Euryalus - 393

Translation from the Medea of Euripides,

"Ep«Tic wrlp fjtst ayav, x. T. X." - 396

Thoughts suggested by a College Examin-

ation .... 397

To a beautiful Quaker - - ib.

The Cornelian - - 398

An Occasional Prologue to " The if heel of

Fortune" - - - - ib.

On the Death of Mr. Fox - - 399

The Tear - - - • ib.

Reply to some Verses of J. M. B. Pigot,

Esq. on the Cruelty of his Mistress - 400
To the sighing Strephon - - ib.

To Eliza .... ib.

Lachin y Gair ... 401

To Romance - - - ib.

Answer to some elegant Verses sent by a
Friend to the Author, complaining that
one of his Descriptions was rather too

. warmly drawn ... 402

Elegy on Newstcad Abbey - - ib.

Childish Recollections ... 404

Answer to a beautiful Poem, entitled " The

Common Lot"' - . 409

To a Lady who presented the Author with

the Velvet Band which bound her Tresses 410

Remembrance - - - - ib.

Lines addressed to the Rev. J. T. Becher,

on his advising the Author to mix more

with Society - - . ib.

The Death of Calmar and Orla. An Imi-

tation of Macpherson's Ossian - 411

L'Amitie' est l'Amour sans Ailes - 412

The Prayer of Nature - - - 413

To Edward Noel Long, Esq. - - 414

Oh! had my fate been join'd with thine! - 415

I would I were a careless Child - - ib.

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When I roved a young Highlander - 416

To George, Earl Delawarr ■ - 417

To the Earl of Clare ... ib.

Lines written beneath an Elm in the Church-

yard of Harrow - 418

Article on the "Hours of Idleness," from

the Edinburgh Review - -419

ENGLISH BARDS AND SCOTCH REVIEW-

ERS; A Satire - - 420

Preface - - - ib.

HINTS FROM HORACE; Being An Allu-
Sion In English Verse To The ErisTLE

"Ad Pisones, De Arte Poetica" - 437

THE CURSE OF MINERVA - - 453

THE WALTZ; An Apostromiic Hvmn - 457

To The Publisher ... ib.

ODE TO NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE . 460

HEBREW MELODIES - - 463

She walks In Beauty - - 464

The Harp the Monarch Minstrel swept - ib.

IS that high World - - - ib.

The wild Gazelle - - - 464

Oh ! weep for those ... jj.

On Jordan's Banks - - - ib.

Jeplitha's Daughter - - - ib.

Oh ! snatch'd away in Beauty's Bloom - ib.

My Soul is dark ...

I saw thee weep - - 465

Thy Days are done - - - it.

Song of Saul before his last Battle - ib.

Saul - - - - ib.

"AlllsVanity,salth the Preacher" - 46G

When Coldness wraps this suffering Clay - ib.
Vision of Belshazzar - - ib.

Sun of the Sleepless - - ib.

Were my Bosom as false as thou deem'st it

to be - • - - 467

Herod's Lament for Marlamne - - ib.
On the Day of the Destruction of Jerusalem

by Titus .... ib.

By the Rivers of Babylon we sat down and

wept - - - - ib.

The Destruction of Sennacherib - ib.

A Spirit pass'd before me. From Job - 46S

DOMESTIC PIECES—1816 - - 468

Fare thee Well .... . ib.

A Sketch - - - - 469

Stanzas to Augusta. "When all around grew

drear and dark "... 470

Stanzas to Augusta. "Though the Day of

my Destiny's over" - - - ib.

Epistle to Augusta. "My Sister! my sweet

Sister! if a Name" - - - ib.

Lines on hearing that Lady Byron was til 472

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Lines written in an Album at Malta

To Florence - - -

Stanzas composed during a Thunder-storm

Stanzas written on passing the Ambracian

Gulf -----

The Spell is broke, the Charm is flown! -

Written after swimming from Sestos to

Abydos

Lines in the Travellers' Book at

menus ....

Maid of Athens, ere we part

Translation of the Nurse's Dole in the

Medea of Euripides

My Epitaph - - - -

Substitute for an Epitaph - -

Lines written beneath a Picture -

Translation of the famous Greek War Song,

Translation of the Romaic Song,"

(Ulf *Ttrf wvpiCoXi," &c. - -

On Parting -

Epitaph for Joseph Blackett, late Poet and

Shoemaker - - - -

Farewell to Malta - - -

To Dives. A Fragment - - -

On Moore's last Operatic Farce, or Farcical

Opera - -

Epistle to a Friend, in answer to some

Lines exhorting the Author to be cheer-

ful, and to " banish care" - -

To Thyrza. "Without a Stone," Sec

Stanza*. "Away, away, ye Notes of Woe"

Stanzas. "One Struggle more, and I am

free" -

Euthanasia. "When Time," kc.

Stanzas. "And thou art dead, as young as

fair" -

Stanzas. "If sometimes in the Haunts of

Men" -

On a Cornelian Heart which was broken -

Lines from the French - -

Lines to a Lady weeping -

"The Chain I gave," &c. From the

Turkish

Lines written on a Blank Leaf of "The

Pleasures of Memory"

Address, spoken at the opening of Drury

Lane Theatre, October 10. 1812

Parenthetical Address, by Dr. Plagiary

Verses found in a Summer House at Hales

Owen - - - -

Remember Thee! Remember Thee *

To Time -

Translation of a Romaic Love Song

'Stanzas. "Thou art not false," 8tc.

On being asked what was the "Origin of

Love"

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Stanza. "Remember Him," tec.

On Lord Thurlow's Poems

To Lord Thurlow - - -

To Thomas Moore. Written the Evening

before his Visit to Mr. Leigh Hunt in

Horscmonger-Lane Gaol

Impromptu. " When from the Heart where

Sorrow sits"

Sonnet, to Genevra

Sonnet, to the Same -

From the Portuguese. "Tumichamas"

Another Version - - -

The Devil's Drive; an unfinished Rhapsody

Windsor Poetics ....

Stmxras for Music. "I speak not, I trace

not,"&c.

Address intended to be recited at the Cale-

donian Meeting ...

Fragment of an Epistle to Thomas Moore

Condolatory Address to Sarah, Countess of

Jersey, on the Prince Regent's returning

her Picture to Mrs. Mce

To Belshazzur - - -

Elegiac Stanzas on the Death of Sir Peter

Parker, Bart -

Stanzas for Music "There's not a Joy the

World can give," &c. - -

Stanzas for Music. *' There be none of

Beauty's Daughters" -

On Napoleon's Escape from Elba

Ode from the French. "We do not curse

thee, Waterloo"

From the French. "Must thou go, my

glorious Chief?" - -

On the Star of " The Legion of Honour."

From the French ...

Napoleon's Farewell. From the French

Endorsement to the Deed of Separation, in

the April of 1816 -

Darkness - - -

Churchhill's Grave ...

Prometheus - - -

A Fragment. "Could I remount," &c

Sonnet to Lake Leman - - -

Romance muy Doloroso del Sitio y Toma

de Alhama - - -

A very mournful Ballad on the Siege and

Conquest of Alhama -

Sonetto di Vittorelli. Per Monaca.

Translation from Vittorelli. On a Nun.

Stanzas for Music "Bright be the Place of

thy Soul" -

Stanzas for Music "They say that Hope is

Happiness" ... .

To Thomas Mcore. "My Bark is on the

Shore" -

On the Bust of Helen by Canova -

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Job. 22. Bom, in Holies Street, London.

1790— (ittat. 2). Taken by hi* mother to Aberdeen. 1798—(10). V - 19. Succeeds to the family title. Made a ward of chancery. Removed from Aberdeen to Newstcad Abbey. Placed under the care of an empiric at Nottingham for the cure of his lameness.

1799 —(11).

Removed to London, and placed under the care of
Dr. Baillie.

Becomes the pupil of Dr. Glcnnle at Dulwich.

1800 —(12.) Ii sent to Harrow School.

1803 —(15).
I •• • the vacation at Nottingham and Annesley. —
And forms an attachment to Miss Chaworth.

1805 —(17).
Leares Harrow for Trinity College, Cambridge.

1806 —(18).
Prepares a collection of his Poems for the press.
Prints a volume of his Poems ; but, at the entreaty

uf a friend, destroys the edition.

1807 —(19). Publishes * Hours of Idleness.' See Fac Similes,

No. I.

Begins an epic, to be entitled * Bosworth Field.' —
And writes part of a novel.

1808 —(20).
Passes his time between the dissipations of Cam*

bridge and London. Takes up his residence at Ncwstead—forms the design of visiting India—Engaged in preparing 'English Bards and Scotch Reviewers' for the press.

1809 —(21). 22. HU coming of age celebrated at Newstcad. 13. Takes his seat In the House of Lords. W. Publishes 4 English Bards and Scotch Rc

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1810 — (atat. 22). f Spends ten weeks In visiting the monuments of Athens ; making occasional excursions to several parts of Attica.—Writes, * The spell Is broke, the charm Is flown I'—' 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* Chllde Harold.'

April 11. Leaves Smyrna for Constantinople. —Visits the •Troad.

May 9. Writes * Lines after swimming from Sestos to Abydos.*—14. Arrives at Constantinople.

June Makes an excursion through the Bosphorus to the Black Sea and Cyanean Symplegades.

July 14. Departs from Constantinople. — 19. Reaches Athens. —Visits Corinth.

Aug. "I Makes a tour of the Morea, and visits Velay Pacha.

gjP- j — Returns to Athens.

1811 — (23).

Jan. Takes up his residence at the Franciscan Convent,

Athens— Writes * Dear object of defeated care 1 * Feb. Writes * Sons of the Greeks, arise I*—* I enter thy

garden of roses.* — And 4 Remarks on the Romaic

or Modern Greek Language.' March 12. Writes 4 Hints from Horace.' —17. * The Curso

of Minerva.*—And * lines on Parting.* May Leaves Athens for Malta 1ft. Writes ' Epitaph fur

Joseph Blackett.'—And, 26. * Farewell to Malta.' July Returns to England. Aug. 1. Death of his Mother.

Oct. 11. Writes Epistle to a Friend, * Oh I banish care — such ever be.'—And Stanzas to Thyrza,4 Without a stone to mark the spot.*

Dec. 6. Writes ' Away, away, ye notes of woe I*

1812 —(24). Writes 1 One struggle more and I am free.'—* When

time, or soon or late, shall bring.'—' And thou art dead, as young as fair.' 27. Makes his first speech In the House of Lords.— 29. Publishes the two first cantos of4 Chllde Harold.*

March. Commits a new edition of * English Bards,' Ac. to the flames. —Writes, ' If sometimes In the haunts of men.'—4 On a Cornelian Heart which Whs broken.' —' lines to a Lady weeping.'— And, 'The Chain I gave I *

April 19. Writes 1 Lines on a blank leaf of The Pleasuref of Memory.'

Sep. Writes 4 Address on the Opening of Drury Lane Theatre.*

Oct. Writes 4 The Waltz ; an Apostrophlc Hymn.* — And, * A Parenthetical Address by Dr. Plagiary.'

Nov. Writes 4 Address to Time.'—And ' Thou art not false, but thou art fickle I'

Jan.

Feb.

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