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MONODY ON THE DEATH OF THE RIGHT Lines written in an Album at Malta - 543

bion. R. B. SHERIDAN - - - 473 To Florence - - - - ib.

The direAM - - - 474 Stanzas composed during a Thunder-storm ib.

The LAMENT OF TASSO - - - 476 Stanzas written on passing the Ambracian

- Gulf - - - - - 544

ADvertise MENT - - - - ib. The Spell is broke, the Charm is flown : - ib.

ODE ON VENICE - - - - 480 Written after swimming from Sestos to

The Morgante MAGGIore OF PULCI 482 Abydos - - - - 545

Adventis Exir NT - - - ib. Lines in the Travellers' Book at Orcho-

THE PROPHECY OF DANTE - - 496 menus - - - - ib.

DEDIcArion - - - - ib. Maid of Athens, ere we part - - ib.

PREF Ace - - - - 497 Translation of the Nurse's Dole in the

CANTo L. - - - - ib. Medea of Euripides - - - 546

CANTo II. - - - - 499 My Epitaph - - - - ib.
CANTo III. - - - - 500 Substitute for an Epitaph - - - ib.
CANTo IV. - - - - 502 Lines written beneath a Picture - - ib.
- - Translation of the famous Greek War Song,

FrancescA OF RIMINI - - - 505 “Asors orator,” &c. - - - ib.

THE BLUES.; A. LITERARY Eclogue - - 507 Translation of the Romaic Song, “Mriya,

The WISION OF JUDGMENT - - 512 as: 're' orificial,” &c. - - - 547

Prizrace - - - - ib. On Parting - - - - ib.

THE AGE OF BRONZE; or, CARMEN Secu- Eron of Joseph Blackett, late poet and

Lane ET ANNUs HAUD MIRABILIs - - 5:23 Shoemaker - - - - ib.

Farewell to Malta - - - 54-

0CCASIONAL PIECES: 1807–1824. To Dives. A Fragment - - - ib.
The Adieu. Written under the Impression On Moore's last Operatic Farce, or Farcical
that the Author would soon die - - 534 Opera - - - - - ib.

To a vain Lady - - - 535 Epistle to a Friend, in answer to some

To Anne - - - - ib. Lines exhorting the Author to be cheer-

To the Same - - - - ib. ful, and to “banish care” - - ib.

To the Author of a Sonnet beginning “Sad To Thyrza. “Without a Stone,” &c. - 549

is my Verse, you say, and yet no Tear” ib. Stanzas. “Away, away, ye Notes of Woe” 550

On finding a Fan - - - ib. Stanzas. “One Struggle more, and I am

Farewell to the Muse - - - 536 free” - - - - - ib.

To an Oak at Newstead - - - 536 Euthanasia. “When Time,” &c. - - ib.

On revisiting Harrow - - - 537 Stanzas. “And thou art dead, as young as

Epitaph on John Adams of Southwell, a fair” - - - - 551

Carrier, who died of Drunkenness - ib. Stanzas. “If sometimes in the Haunts of

To my Son - - - - 537 Men." - - - - ib.

Farewell t if ever fondest Prayer - - ib. On a Cornelian Heart which was broken - 552

Bright be the Place of thy Soul - - ib. Lines from the French - - - ib.

When we Two parted - - - 538 Lines to a Lady weeping - - - ib.

To a Youthful Friend - - - ib. “The Chain I gave,” &c. From the

Lines inscribed upon a Cup formed from a Turkish - - - - ib.

Skull - - - - - 539 Lines written on a Blank Leaf of “The

Well, thou art happy - - - ib. Pleasures of Memory " - - - ib.
| Inscription on the Monument of a New- Address, spoken at the opening of Drury
foundland Dog - -- - ib. Lane Theatre, October 10. 1812 - ib.

To a Lady, on being asked my Reason for Parenthetical Address, by Dr. Plagiary - 553

quitting England in the Spring - 540 Verses found in a Summer House at Hales

Remind me not, remind me not - - ib. Owen - - - - - 554

There was a Time, I need not name - ib. Remember Thee I Remember Thee : - ib.

And wilt thou weep when I am low 7 - ib. To Time - - - - ib.

Fill the Goblet again. A Song - - 541 Translation of a Romaic Love Song - 555

Stanzas to a Lady, on leaving England - 542 Stanzas. “Thou art not false,” &c. - ib.

Lines to Mr. Hodgson. Written on board On being asked what was the “Origin of

the Lisbon Packet - - - ib. Love" - - - - ib.

viii CHRONOLOGY. 1813 — (actat. 25). - - 1817–(aetat. 29). Jan. Writes “Remember him whom passion's power.” *. finishe: 'Manfred." March. Publishes • The Waltz' anonymously. March. Translates, from the Armenian, a Correspondence | May. Publishes “The Giaour." See Fac Simules, No. II. - between St. Paul and the Corinthians. July. Projects a journey to Abyssinia. April. Visits Ferrara for a day. -20. Writes “The Lament Sep. Writes “When from the Heart where Sorrow sits.” of Tasso. Nov. Is an unsuccessful suitor for the hand of Miss May. Visits Rome for a few days.-5. Writes there a new Milbanke. third act to ‘Manfred.” Dec. 2. Publishes • The Bride of Abydos.” – 13. Writes June. Begins, at Venice, the fourth canto of “Childe Harold." • The Devil's Drive.” – 17. And “Two Sonnets to Oct. Writes "Beppo.” Genevra.”—18. Begins “The Corsair."—31. Finishes 1818 – (30). * The Corsair." July. Writes' Ode to Venice.” Sep. Finishes the first canto of “Don Juan.” — s 2 Oct. Finishes ‘Mazeppa.” 1814 (26). Dec. 13. Begins the ona canto of ‘Don Juan.” Feb. Writes “Windsor Poetics." Apr. 10. Writes “Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte.” – Re- - 1819 – (31). solves to write no more poetry, and to suppress Jan. 20. Finishes the second canto of “Don Juan.” all he had ever written. April. Commences an acquaintance with the Countess May. Begins' Lara.-writes 1 speak not, I trace not a Guiccoli:-writes stanzas to the Po." – And “Address to be recited at the Caledonian ug. writes “Letter to the Editor of My Grandmother's Meeting.” Review. – And “Sonnet to George the Fourth.” Aug. Publishes • Lara.”—Writes “Condolatory Verses to $. . the third and fourth cantos of ‘Don Juan.” Lady Jersey.' ec. emoves to Ravenna. Sep. Makes a second proposal for the hand of Miss 1820 — (32.) Milbanke, and is accepted. Jan. Is domesticated with the Countess Guiccioli. Oct. Writes ‘Elegy on the Death of Sir Peter Parker." Feb. Translates the first canto of Morgante Maggiore." – And ‘Lines to Belshazzar." March. Writes ‘The Prophecy of Dante.” — Translates Dec Writes Hebrew Melodies." "Francesca of Rimini."— And writes ‘Observations upon an Article in Blackwood's Magazine." April 4. Begins “Marino Faliero." 1815 —(27). - July 16. Finishes “Marino Fallero.” Jan. 2. Marries Miss Milbanke. See Fac Similes, No. III. Oct. 16. Begins the fisth canto of “Don Juan.” Feb. Writes “There be none of Beauty's Daughters.” Nov. 20. Finishes the fifth canto of ‘Don Juan.” – And March. Writes ‘Lines on Napoleon Buonaparte's Escape writes “The Blues ; a Literary Eclogue." from Elba. - 1821 – (33). July. Begins ‘The Siege of Corinth. - And writes | Jan. 13. Begins “Sardanapalus.” 'There's not a Joy the World can give."-And Feb. 7, writes. Letter to John Murray, Esq., on Bowles's “We do not curse thee, Waterloo." Strictures upon Pope." Aug. Writes “Must thou go, my glorious Chief?' - Star Mar. 25. writes' second Letter to John Murray, Esq., se. of the Brave.” – And ‘Napoleon's Farewell.” May 17. Finishes “Sardanapalus.” Dec. 10. Birth of his daughter, Augusta Ada. June 11. Begins “The Two Foscari.” July 10. Finishes ‘The Two Foscari." – 16. Begins 1816 – (28). ‘Cain; a Mystery.' - Sep. 9. Finishes “Cain." — Writes • - Jan. Publishes - The siege of Corinth." . Writes “Heaven and o, S. Judgment. Feb. Publishes “Parisina.” – Lady Byron adopts the re- N - - - - Nov. Removes to Pisa. — 18. Begins • Werner.” – And solution of separating from him. “The Deformed Transformed." March 17. Writes “Fare thee well and is for ever."- And, 29. A Sketch, “Born in the garret.” 1822 — (34). April 16, writes when all around grew drear and dark." | Jan. 20. Finishes “Werner.' 25. Takes a last leave of his native country. — Pro- | Feb. Writes the sixth, seventh, and eighth cantos of ‘Don ceeds, through Flanders and by the Rhine, to Swit- Juan.” zerland. Aug. Finishes “The Deformed Transformed.” — Writes May. Begins the third canto of ‘Childe Harold.” the ninth, tenth, and eleventh cantos of Don Juan.” June. Writes “The Prisoner of Chillon' at Ouchy, near Sep. Removes to Genoa. Lausanne. — Takes up his abode at the Campagne 1823 – (35). Diodati, near Geneva. Jan. Writes “The Age of Bronze.” July. Finishes the third canto of Childe Harold." — | Feb. Writes “The Island." – And more cantos of Don Writes • Monody on the Death of Sheridan.” – Juan.” Stanzas to Augusta, “Though the Day of my | April. Turns his views towards Greece. Destiny.” – “ The Dream.’ — ‘Darkness.” – May. Receives a communication from the Greek Com“Churchill's Grave.”—“Prometheus.” – “Could I mittee sitting in London. remount.”— Epistle to Augusta, “My sister, my July 14. Sails for Greece. sweet Sister.” – And, “Sonnet to Lake Leman.” Aug. 7 Reaches Argostoli...—Makes an excursion to Ithaca.Sep. Makes a tour of the Bernese Alps. –Writes' Lines | Pee. Waits at Cephalonia the arrival of the Greek fleet. on hearing that Lady Byron was ill." —And be- 1824 – (36). gins • Manfred." Jan. 5. Arrives at Missolonghi. – 22. Writes ‘Lines on Oct. Leaves Switzerland for Italy. completing my Thirty-sixth Year." —30. Is apNov. Takes up his residence at Venice. — Translates pointed commander-in-chief of an expedition * Romance Muy Doloroso,” &c.; and “Sonetto di against Lepanto. Vittorelli." – Writes ‘Lines on the Bust of Helen | Feb. 15. Is seized with a convulsive fit. Sce Fac Similes, by Canova.”—“Bright be the Place of my Soul.” No. IV. – And “They say that Hope is Happiness.”—Stu- April 9. His last Illness. dies the Armenian language. April 19. His Death.

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