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THE GIAOUR; A Fragment Of A Turkish
Tale - - - - C2
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PARISINA - - - 131
Dedication - ... ib.
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THE PRISONER OF CHILLON; A Fable - 138
Sonnet to Chillon - - - ib.
BEPPO; A Venetian Stort - - 142
MAZEPPA - - - 153
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THE ISLAND; Or, Christian And His Com-
MAXFRED; A Dramatic Poem - - 170
An Historical Tragedt - - 193
HEAVEN AND EARTH; A Mtstert - 232
Advertisement - - - ib.
Dedication - - - ib.
Preface - - - - ib.
Answer to the foregoing, addressed to
Miss - - - - ib.
Adrian's Address to his Soul when Dying - ib.
Tibullus, by Domitius Marsus - - ib.
thum" .... ib.
From Anacreon. "6iX» Myitt ArpuJaf." ib.
u MtjJajU* o TraVTa yijuay, x. T. A." - - lb.
To M. S. G. - - - ib.
To the Duke of Dorset - - •ft.
To Lesbia .... ib.
Lines addressed to a young Lady, who was
Esq. on the Cruelty of his Mistress - 400
To Eliza .... ib.
Lachin y Gair ... 401
To Romance - - - ib.
Answer to some elegant Verses sent by a
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
Preface - - - ib.
HINTS FROM HORACE; Being An Allu-
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.
Sun of the Sleepless - - ib.
Were my Bosom as false as thou deem'st it
Herod's Lament for Marlamne - - ib.
by Titus .... ib.
By the Rivers of Babylon we sat down and
wept - - - - ib.
The Destruction of Sennacherib - ib.
ODE ON VENICE . - -
THE MORQANTE MAGGIORE OF PDLCI
Pur Ace - -
Caxto L - - - -
Caxto IL - - - -
Caxto HL - - -
Caxto IV. ...
THE AGE OF BRONZE; Ok, Cabmen Secu-
U1I ET AXXCS HAl'D MlBABILIS - - 52G
Translation of the famous Greek War Song,
Address, spoken at the opening of Drury
Lane Theatre, October 10. 1812
To Thomas Moore. Written the Evening
before his Visit to Mr. Leigh Hunt in
Romance muy Doloroso del Sitio y Toma
de Alhama - - -
Sonnet to George the Fourth, on the Re-
The Conquest A Fragment.
Stanzas written on the Road between
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.
Removed to London, and placed under the care of
Becomes the pupil of Dr. Glcnnle at Dulwich.
1800 —(12.) Ii sent to Harrow School.
uf a friend, destroys the edition.
1807 —(19). Publishes * Hours of Idleness.' See Fac Similes,
Begins an epic, to be entitled * Bosworth Field.' —
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
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'