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Sudden, plump, he sinks beneath them
Does to ruthless waves bequeath them.
Name or title, what has he?
Is he regent of the sea ?
From the difficulty free us,
Buffon, Banks, or sage Linnæus!
With his wondrous attributes
Say—what appellation suits ?
By his bulk and by his size,
By his oily qualities,
This, or else my eye-sight fails,
This should be the Prince of Whales.

TO MY DEAR MARY ANNE.
Adieu to sweet Mary for ever!

From her I must quickly depart:
Though the fates us from each other sever,

Still her image shall dwell in my heart.
The flame that within my breast burns

Is unlike what in lovers' hearts glows; The love which for Mary I feel

Is far purer than Cupid bestows. I wish not your peace to disturb,

I wish not your joys to molest; Mistake not my passion for love,

'T is your friendship alone I request. Not ten thousand lovers could feel

The friendship my bosom contains; It will ever within my heart dwell,

While the warm blood flows through my veins. May the Ruler of Heaven look down,

And my Mary from evil defend !
May she ne'er know adversity's frown!

May her happiness ne'er have an end!
Once more, my sweet Mary, adieu !

Farewell! I with anguish repeat; For ever I'll think upon you,

While this heart in my bosom shall beat.

ON THE LETTER I.

(Written in a Lady's Scrap-Book.)
I am not in youth, nor in manhood, nor age,

But in infancy ever am known;
I'm a stranger alike to the fool and the sage,
And though I'm distinguish'd in history's page,

I always am greatest alone.
I am not in earth, nor the sun, nor the moon;

You may search all the sky-I'm not there:
In the morning and evening-though not in the noon,
You may plainly perceive me-for, like a balloon,

I am midway suspended in air.
I am always in riches, and yet I am told

Wealth ne'er did my presence desire;
I dwell with the miser, but not with his gold,
And sometimes I stand in his chimney so cold,

Though I serve as a part of the fire.
I often am met in political life-

In my absence no kingdom can be;
And they say there can neither be friendship nor strife,
No one can live single, no one take a wife,

Without interfering with me.
My brethren are many, and of my whole race

Not one is more slender and tall;
And though not the eldest, I hold the first place,
And even in dishonour, despair, and disgrace,

I boldly appear 'mong them all.
Though disease may possess me, and sickness and pain,

I am never in sorrow or gloom; Though in wit and in wisdom I equally reign, I'm the heart of all sin, and have long lived in vain,

Yet I ne'er shall be found in the tomb.

STANZAS.
I HEARD thy fate without a tear,

Thy loss with scarce a sigh;
And yet thou wert surpassing dear-

Too loved of all to die.
I know not what hath sear'd mine eye:

The tears refuse to start;
But every drop its lids deny

Falls dreary on my heart.
Yes--deep and heavy, one by one,

They sink, and turn to care;
As cavern'd waters wear the stone,

Yet, dropping, harden there.
They cannot petrify more fast

Than feelings sunk remain,
Which, coldly fix'd, regard the past,

But never melt again.

THE END.

Index.

Æsietes, tomb of, 216 n.

86 n. His memory dear to the
Æsop, 571.

Italians, 157. His Life' quoted,
ABELARD, 587.
Ætna, 135.

126.
Abencerrage, 570, 889.
Ætolia, 89, 91.

Alfonso III., 130, 304 n. His wife
Aberdeen, town of, xii. 720 n. Africa, and Africans, described, 653. Isabella, 241.
Aberdeen (George Hamilton Gor-Agamemnon, 593,

| Algiers, 157, 607 n.
don), fourth earl of, 56, 65, 85 n. Agatha, St., 155.

Alhambra, the, 889.
Abernethy, John, esq. surgeon, 722. Age, 112, 372.

Ali Pacha of Yanina, account of,
Abruzzi, the, 327.

Age of Bronze; or, Carmen Se 89 n., 91, 92, 96,823. Lord By-
Absalom and Achitophel, 646, 802.] culare et Annus haud Mirabilis,'| ron's visit to, xviii. 91 n. His
Absence, results of, 638.

567.

letter in Latin to Lord Byron, 91n.
Absent friend, pleasure of defend- Age of Gold, 685.

His assassination, ib. His mur-
ing, 777.

Ages, changes produced by the lapse der of Giaffar, pacha of Argyro-
Abydos, Bride of, 210, 660 n. of, 648.

Castro, 218 n. The original of
Acarnania, 89, 91.
Agesilaus, 583 n.

Lambro, 640 n. 652 n.
Achelons, river, xvii. 89, 91. Agilulf, duke of Turin, 156. | All is vanity, saith the Preacher,'
Acheron, lake, 89.
Agis, King of Sparta, 385.

257.
Acherusia, 89.

Aglietti, Dr., 126, 386 n. · Alla Hu! 204, 699.
Achilles, 648; his person, 492; Agostini, Leonard, 156.

Allegorical stories, 3 n.
Tomb of, 216, 656, 659. Agrarian law, 721.

Allegra (Lord Byron's natural daugh-
Achitophel, 646.
Agrippa, 164 n.

ter), 723 n. Her death, xxviii.
Achmet III., 262 n.

Ajax, 84. Sepulchre of, 656. Her interment at Harrow, 45 n.
Acroceraunian mountains, 135. Alamanni, 387 n.

Alliance, the Holy, xxvii. 571, 680.
Acropolis of Athens, 83 n. 96, 727.) Alaric, 85, 188.

Almachius, the monk, 168.
Actium, gulf of, xviii. Remains of Alban Hill, description of, 146, 169. Alpheus, the river, 90 n.

the town of, 88 n. Sea-fight of Albania, xvii. xviii. 88, 96. Alpinula, Julia, her death, and af-
88, 681.

Albanian dialect of the Illyric, speci-| fecting epitaph, 119.
Ada, 111. See Byron, Augusta- mens of, 98.

Alpnacht, flying tree at, 396 n.
Ada.

| Albanians, their character and man- Alps, the, xii. 118, 135.
Adams, John, a carrier, who died of ners, 90, 91, 92, 97. Their re- Alterkirchen, 118 n.

drunkenness, “Epitaph un,' 845. semblance to the Highlanders of | Alypius, 168.
Addison, Joseph, 728 n. His con Scotland, 97.

| Amher, susceptible of a perfume,
versation, 824. His ‘Drummer,' | Albano, 146.

216 n.
834. His account of a reinark- | Albano, the painter, 748.

Ambition, 115, 116, 138, 296,
able dream, 651 n. His faint Albion, sensations at the first sight 492, 716.
praise,' 777.

of her chalky belt, 724. | Ambracian Gulf, 'Stanzas written in
‘Address, spoken at the opening of Albrizzi, Countess, 386 n. 891 n. | passing the,' 853. Reflections on
Drury Lane Theatre,' 862. Albrizzi, Guiseppe, 386 n.

the past and present state of, 88.
‘Address, intended to be recited at Albuera, battle of, 77, 83. Ambrosian library at Milan, 153.

the Caledonian Meeting,'871. Alcibiades, beauty of his person, | America, 137, 763 n., 895.
'Adieu, the; written under the im-1 491. General charm of his name, l'Amitié est l'Amour sans Ailes,' 39.

pression that the author would 491 n. His character, 761. | Amulets, the belief in, universal in
soon die,' 842.

Alexander the Great. His visit to the East, 216.
*Adieu, adieu! my native shore,' 71. the tomb of Achilles, 216, 656 n. Anacreon, 644, 678. His Ow
Admiration, 635, 671.

His sarcophagus, 567. His chas- dégely Árpeidas' translated, 6.
Adrian, 192; bis address to his soul tity, 632 n., 644. His reply to His ‘Medovuxtícus TECH' ópxıs'

when dying,' translation of, 5. Parmenio after the battle of Is- translated, 6. His morals worse
Adriatic, the, 128.

sus, 677.

than those of Ovid, 598.
Adversity, 640, 739, 756. Alexander, Emperor of Russia, 571, Anastasius, Mr. Hope's, 171 n.
Advice, 610, 762.

688, 758.

Anastasius Macedon, 104.
Ægean Sea, the, 99, 188. Alexander III., submission of Bar-Ancestry, 688.
Ægina, 131, 235.

barossa to, 150.

Anchises, 132.
Æmilius Paulus, 167 n.

Alfieri, Vittorio, xxii. His early love, Ancona, 658.
Æschylus, his Medea,' 300 n. 43 n. His conduct to his mother, i . And wilt thou weep when I am

His "Prometheus,' 300 n. 569. 877 n. His tomb in the church low,' 849.
His 'Seven before Thebes,'300 n. of Santa Croce, 133. Coinci- . And thou art dead, as young and
Translation from his “Prometheus dences between the disposition fair,' 860.
Vinctus, '6. His 'Persians,'644. and habits of Lord Byron and, And thou wert sad !' 886.

742.

Andalusia, province of, 75, 79. Ardennes, forest of, 114. Athos, Mount, 86. Project for beme
Andalusian nobleman, adventures of Arethusa, fountain of, 807.

ing it into a statue of Alexander,
a young, 597 n.

Aretino, Pietro, 160, 336 n.
Andernach, 118 n.

Argentière, Mount, 119 n. Atlas, 135.
Anderson, his British Poets,' 9 n. Argos, 99, 260 n.

• Attic Bee,' 772.
Andrews, Bishop, a punster, 173 n. | Argus, Ulysses' dog, 638. Atticus, 186 n.
Andrews, Miles Peter, his prologues, Argyle Institution, 59.

Attila, his harangue to his army
60. Some account of, 60 n. Argyro-Castro, 96, 218.

previous to the battle of Chalons,
Andromache, 574.

| Ariosto, his portrait by Titian,l 868 n.
*Anent,' 730.

308 ń. His bust, 131, 155. Con- Attributed poems disowned, 793,
Angelo, St. Castle of, 143, 501. trasted with Tasso, 339. His 794.
Angelo, Michael, his tomb in the person respected by the public Augury, 650.
church of Santa Croce, 133. His robber, 801.

*Augusta, Stanzas to,' 878, 879.
Statue of Moses, his Last Judg- Aristænetus, 101,

Epistle to,' 879.
ment, his copy of Dante, treat- Aristides, 804.

Augustin, St., bis 'Confessions,
ment of, by Julius II., and neg- Aristippus, 635.

598, 769.
lect of, by Leo X., 340, 340 n. Aristogeiton, 113 n. 570 n. | Augustus Cæsar, 167. His cha-
Anecdote of, 677.
Aristophanes, 632 n.

racter, 870 n.
Anger, 198, 231, 610.
Aristotle, 605, 762.

· Auld lang syne,' 720.
Angiolini, Mlle., 59.

Arithmetic, poets of, 777. Aulus Cæcina, 119 n.
Angling, 'the cruelest and stupidest | Armada, the Spanish, 146. Aurelius, his column, 139 R.
of sports,' 751.

'Armageddon,' Townshend's, 175 n. Aurora Borealis, 400. Description
Anne, Lines to, 843.

| Armenian Language, 819n. "Trans of, 400 n. •Don Juan' a ver-
Annesley, hill near, 9 n., 882. Heir- lation of two Epistles from,'819. sified, 690.
ess of, 12 n. See Chaworth. Grammar of, 407 n.

Austerlitz, battle of, 193.
Annuitants, alleged longevity of,622. Armstrong, Johnny, 116 n. Authors, 49, 314, 667.
Anonymous Remarks on 'Don Juan,'| Army, 698.

Autocrat, an, 713.
787.
Army tailor, 715.

Autumn, an English, described, 749.
Anstey's Bath Guide,' 678, 773. Arnaouts, or Albanese. Their re- Avalanches, 135 n.
Anteros, 290.

semblance to the Highlanders of Avarice, a good old gentlemanly
Anthology, translations of, 63 n. Scotland, 97.

vice, 614. Panegyric on, 734.
Anthony, St., his recipe for hot | Arnaud, 161.

Ave Maria !' 646.
blood, 600,
Arno, the river 132, 719.

Avenches, formerly A renticum, the
Antigonus, anecdote of, 677. I Arpenaz, fall of, 135 n.

Roman capital of Helvetia, 119.
"Anti-Jacobin Review,' 397. Arquà described, 129, 133, 154. Aventine Mount, Rome, 139.
Antilochus, tomb of, 216 n. 656 n. Art, not inferior to nature, for poeti- | Avignon, 153, 389.
Antinous, the bust of, super-natural, cal purposes, 827.

• Away, away, ye notes of woe,'
829 n. His heroic death, 84 n. 'Art of Happiness,' Horace's, 745. 859.
'Antiquary,' 85.

Arthur, King, his Christmas at 'Away ye gay landscapes, ye gar.
Antoninus Pius, 166n.

Carlisle, 306 n.

dens of roses!' 26.
Antony, 88n, 764. His person de Arthur's Seat, 56.

A year ago you swore,' etc., 878.
scribed, 492. The slave of love, I

| Ascension, festival of, how cele-
635, 681.

brated in Greece, 807.
A pelles, 339.

Asdrubal, 579 n.
Apennines, the, xvii. xvüi. 135. "A spirit pass'd before me,' 259. Babel, tower of, 667, 668.
Apicius, 402.

• As o'er the cold sepulchral stone,' Babylon, ruins of, 668.
Apollo, 649.

852.

Bacchus, 632,776. Temple of, 167.
Apollo Belvidere, 144.
Askalon's Towers, 3.

Back-woodsmen, Kentuckian, 703.
Apostolo, St., church of, at Venice, Asphaltes, the lake of, 115. Bacon, Friar, his brazen head, 615.
391.
Assyria, 146.

The discoverer of gunpowder, 701.
Appearances, the joint on which Asturias, the, 75 n.

Bacon, Lord, 645,761. His · Essay
good society hinges,' 749. | Atalantis,' account of Mrs. Man on Empire,' 675 n. Inaccuracies
Appetite, 667 n.

ley's, 734.

in his .Apophthegms,' 677,678.
Appian, 164 n.
Athanasian creed, 682.

Saying of, 752.
Applause, popular, 643.
Athanasius Parios, 105.

Badajos, 77 n.
Aquatacchio, 166.

• Atheista Fulminato,' the old reli- Baillie, Joanna, 351. Her · Family
Aqueducts, 827.

gious play of, 592 n. 594 n. Legend,' 351 n.
Aquileja, patriarch of, 150.

The origin of 'Don Juan,' 613 n. Baillie, Dr. Matthew, xü. consulted
Aquinas, Thomas, 153 n.

Its extensive popularity, analysis on Lord Byron's supposed insani-
Arabia, deserts of, xxix.

of, and scene from, ib.

ty, 596 n. His visit to Lord By-
Arabs, life of the, 219 n.
Athenæus, 632 n.

ron, ib. Remarkable for plainness
Ararat, Mount, 416.

Athenians, character of the, 99. I of speech, 722.
Arcadia, 99.

Athens, apostrophe to, 83. Re Bailly, mayor of Paris, 385 n.
Archenholz, M., 392 n.

flections on the past and present Balgounie, brig of, 720.
Archidamus, saying of, 583 n, condition of, 83 n., 98. Its si- Baltic, the, 190.
Archilogus, 154.

tuation and climate, 98. On the Bandusian Fountain, 169.
Archimedes, 758.

plunder of the works of art at, Bankes, W., esq., xx. 316 n. 636 s.
Archipelago, 119 n. 825.

85, 96, 188. The Maid of, 855. Banks, Sir Joseph, 68, 907.

Bansbie, superstition of the, 772 n. Beckford, William, esq., his resi- Black Friar, of Newstead Abbey,
Barbarossa, Frederic, his submis dence at Cintra described, 73, n. 771, 772.

sion to Pope Alexander the Third, Character of his Vathek,' ib. Blackburn, Archbishop, account of,
128, 150.
Some account of, ib,

241.
Barclay, Captain, 835.
‘Bed of Ware,' 681.

Blackett, Joseph, the poetical cob-
Barings, the, 735.

Bedford, Duke of, Regent of France, bler, 61, 62 n. His posthumous
Barnave, Pierre-Joseph, 592,593 n. 52.

writings, 185. Some account of,
Barometer, marine, its great value, Bedford, Duke of, Lord Lieutenant 61 n. His “Epitaph,' 857.
660 n.

of Ireland, 814.

Blackmore, Sir Richard, 52 n.
Barossa, battle of, 83.
Bedlam, 729.

Blackstone, Judge, compôsed his
Barotti, 155.

| • Beggar's Opera, 'Gay's, 882n. Its Commentaries' with a bottle of
Barrataria, account of the buccaneer 1 evil tendency denied, 178 n. port before him, 824.
establishment at, 240 n.

Behmen, Jacob, his reveries, 680. • Blackwood's Magazine,' 505 n., its
Barrow, Dr. Isaac, his . Sermons,'| | Some account of, 680 n.

Remarks on Don Juan,' 782,
631.
Belgrade, 347.

783. Some Observations upon
Barrow, John, esq., his · Peter the Belisarius, 167.A hero, conqueror, its Remarks on Don Juan,' 794.
Great,' 324 n. His •Eventful and cuckold,' 635.

Critical notes from, passim.
History of the Mutiny of the Belshazzar, Vision of,' 257, 642. Blaquiere, Mr. xxix.
Bounty,' 575 n. His testimony •Belshazzar, Lines to,' 872. Blair, Dr., his Sermons, 505 n. 631.
to the accuracy of Lord Byron's Bembo, Bernardo, 158.

Blake, the fashionable tonsor, 180.
description of a shipwreck,621 n. Bembo, Cardinal, his correspond. Bland, Rev. Robert, 803. His
His account of the cyanometer ence with Lucretia Borgia, xxiii. “Collections from the Greek An-
and marine barometer, 660 n. Benbow, William, 505 n.

thology,' 63n. Some account of, ib.
Barrey, Lodowick, 193.

Bender, obstinacy of Charles XII. Blank-verse, excellence of rhyme
Barthelemi, M. 102.

of Sweden at, 707.

over, in English poetry, 173, 802.
Bartley, George, the comedian, 348n. Ben-e-vis and Ben-e-bourd, 43 n. Blasphemy, and blasphemers, 680,
Basilius, Lord Byron's Athenian ser- Benjamin, Professor, 102.

750.
vant, 97.

Bentham, Jeremy, xxix. 680 n. “Blatant Beast,' 74 n.
Bashfulness, 213.
Bentley, 22.

Blessington, Earl of, 897 n.
Bastie, M. de la, 153.

Benzoni, Countess, xxv. xxvi. her Blessington, Countess of, xxix. 'Im-
Bastille, the, 395 n..

conversazioni, 316 n. The he! promptu on her taking a villa
Bath de, Lord, xii.

roine of · La Biondina in Gondo- called 'Il Paradiso,' 897. Lines
• Bath Guide, Anstey's, 678, 773. letta,' 386 n.

written at the request of,' 903.
Bathurst, Earl, his speech on the Benzoni, Vittor, 386 n.

Her Ladyship's Answer, 904 n.
treatment of Napoleon at St. He- Beppo; a Venetian Story, 305.
lena, 568 n.
Beranger, 711 n.

the Mutiny of the Bounty,' 575.
Bathurst, Captain, 853 n. Berat, 96, 207.

Blood, only serves to wash Ambi-
Battle, 114, 232, 267, 268, 698, Beresford, Mr., 57 n.

tion's hands,' 716.
699.

Bergami, the Princess of Wales's Bloomfield, Nathaniel, 61 n. 185 .
* Baviad and Mæviad,' 62 n.; extin-| courier and chamberlain, 668 n. Blount, Martha, Pope's attachment
guishment of the Della Cruscans Bergamo, 470.

to, 823, 833.
by the, 61.

Berkeley, Bishop of Cloyne, his Blucher, Marshal, 702.
Baxter, Richard, his 'Shove,' etc. scepticism concerning the exist- Blue, instrument for measuring the
178. Some account of, 178 n. | ence of matter, 726.

intensity of, 660.
Bay of Biscay, 72.
Berlin, 569, 724.

Blue Devils, 760.
Bayard, the Chevalier, 36 n., 500. Bernard, St., Monks of, 123 n. • Blue-Slocking,' 311 n. 342 n.
Bayes, Mr., his expedient, 180. Bernese Alps, xxiï. 119. n. \ • Blue-Stocking Club,'origin of, 342.
Bayle, 815.

Berni, the father of the Beppo style Blues, the; 'a Literary Eclogue,'
Beatrice of Dante, 334, 637. of writing, 305 n. 324.
Beattie, Dr., his reflections on Bernis, Abbé de, Frederick the Se- Blues,' 216 n. 613, 660, 731.
dreams, 651 n.

cond's verse on, 350.

Boabdil, 599.
Beauharnais, Eugene, his testimony Bertrain,' Mathurin's tragedy of, Boatswain,' Lord Byron's favour-
to the correctness of Lord Byron's 351 n.

ite dog, 848 n. 'Inscription on
delineation of Napoleon Bona- Bettinelli, 159.

his monument,' 848.
parte, 593 n.

Betty, William Henry West, (the Boccaccio, 130 ‘n., 336 n., 646.
Beaumont and Fletcher, 111 n. 1 young Roscius,) 58, 862.

Treatment of his ashes, 133. De-
Beaumont, Sir George, 346, 800. Bevius, canon of Padua, 161. fence of, 160.
Beauty, 78, 200, 201, 212, 600, Bianchi, the 158.

Bodoni, 150.
627, 642, 743, 764.
Bible, the, 508 n.

Boehm, Mrs., 312.
Becher, Rev. John, 27 n. 28 n. Bigamy, 707.

Baotia, 80, 99, 189.
*Answer to his complaint that one Bigotry, 73, 588.

Bohemia, 542, 548.
of Lord Byron's descriptions was Bile, energetic, described, 674. Bohours, M., 155.
rather too warmly drawn,' 27. Birch, Alderman, 183 n.

Boïardo, 114 n., 324.
• Lines addressed to, on his ad- Birds, belief that the souls of the Boileau, his depreciation of Tasso,
vising Lord Byron to mix more - dead inhabit the forms of, 222. 131, 154.
with society,' 36.

Biron, John Ernest, Duke of Cour- Bolero, 755.
Becket, Thomas à, his tomb in Can land, 723 n.

Boleyn, Anne, her remark on the
terbury Cathedral, 725. Black, Dr., his Life of Tasso, 149 n. scaffold, 233 n.

Narrative of

342.

278.

Bolingbroke, Lord, hires Mallet to Bread-fruit, 577.

Burgage tenures and tithes, dis-
traduce Pope, 55.
Brennus, 387.

cord's torches,' 774.
Bolivar, Simon, 569.

Brenta, the river, xxiv. 129. Burgess, Sir James Bland. His
Bologna, xxvi. 170, 308 n. Brentford, 79.

Richard the First' sold to line!
Bolsena, lake of, 163.
Brescia, 470.

trunks, 184 n., 800 n.
Bonaparte, Lucien, his "Charle Brewster, Sir David, his Natural Burgoyne, General, 592.
magne,’ 64 n.

Magic,' 491 n., 748 n. His Life Burgundy, Duke of, 118.
Bonaparte, Napoleon, XXX. 567, | of Newton,' 690 n., 718 n. His Burke, Edmund, 68, 415, 576.

568, 712, 759, 868 n., 869 n., description of Bishop Berkeley's Burlesque, 648.
874. The Triptolemus of the Bri- | theory, 724.

Burney, Dr., his character of Jewish
tish farmer,' 573. His exclama- Briareus, 683.

music, 254.
tion on the loss of his old guard, Bride of Abydos; a Turkish Tale, Burns, Robert, 62. What would
724. His character, 115, 116 n. 210, 660 n.

he have been, if a patrician?'
592, 593n. 'Ode to,'868. 'Lines Bridge of Sighs, 127, 147.

61 n. His youthful pranks, 645.
on his escape from Elba,' 873. Brig of Balgounie,' 720 n.

His rank among poets, 830. Often
Boniface VIII., 158.

* Bright be the place of thy soul!'846. coarse, but never vulgar,' 841.
Bonn, 724.
Brighton, Pavilion at, 758.

His • Elegy on Maillie, 848!..
* Bonne fortune,' 757.

Brissot de Warville, 592, 593 n. Burun, Ralph de, xi. n. 3.
Bonnivard, François de, account of,

Busby, Thomas, Mus. Doct., 192."
Bristol, Earl of, 190 n.

His monologue on the opening of
Bons-mots, 751.
• British Critic,' 781.

Drury Lane Theatre, 863 r. Pa-1
Booby, Lady, €74.

* British Review,' "The Old Girl's rody on his monologue,' 863. i
Boon, Daniel, the Kentuckian backa Review,' 344. “My Grandmo- . But once I dared to lift my eyes,
woodsman, 703.

ther's Review,' 511 n., 614. Its 904.
Bores,' 750.

abuse of 'Don Juan,' 782. Lord Bute, Lord, 404.
Borghese, villa, 167.

Byron's "Letter to the Editor of,' Butler, Dr. (head master at Ha-
Borghetto, 162, 163.

792.

row), 10n., 64n. Reconciliatise
Borgia, Lucretia, xxiii.

Brocken, superstition of the, 490. between Lord Byron and, 10 ..
Born in a garret, in a kitchen bred,'| Bronze wolf of Rome described, 145, Lines on his being appointed!
877.
164.

head master at Harrow,' 10.
Borysthenes, the, 318.

Brougham, Henry, esq. (afterwards Portrait of, 31 n.
Boscan, Almogavà, 603.

| Lord Brougham and Vaux), xv. By the rivers of Babylon,' 259.
Bosphorus, the, 662.

45, 57.

| Byng, Admiral, his court martial,
· Bosquet de Julie,' 121 n. 123 n., Broughton, the regicide, his monu 74 n.
Boswell, 410 n. "Life of Johnson'l ment at Vevay, 121 n.

Byron, Sir John, the Little, with
quoted, 186 n.

Brown, Dr. Thomas, his Paradise the great beard, 3 R. 28 ..
Bosworth, battle of, xi. n. 3 n. of Coquettes,' 803.

Byron, two of the family of, at the
* Bosworth Field,'Lord Byron's pro- Browne, Sir Thomas, his Religio siege of Calais, and the batde of
jected epic entitled, xv.n.

Medici' quoted, 212 n. His en Cressy, xi. n. 3 n.
Botany Bay, 645.

comium on sleep, 651 n. Byron, Sir John, created (1643)
Bourbon, Duke of, Constable of Bruce, Abyssinian, bis description Baron Byron of Rochdale; some
France, 337, 497, 500.
of a simoom, 199 n.

account of, 3, 4 n.
Bouts-rimés, 773.

Brummell, William, esq., 312 n., Byron, Sir Nicholas, his character
Boveret, 123 n., 280 n.

733.

by Lord Clarendon, 3.
Bowles, Rev. William Lisle, the Brunck, Mr. 22, 193.

Byron, Sir Richard, tribute to his
maudlin prince of mournful son- | Bruno, Dr. xxx.

valour and fidelity, 4#.
neteers,' 54, 55. His Spirit of Brunswick, Duke of, his death at Byron, Admiral John (the grand
Discovery,' 54, 822. Lines on Quatre Bras, 114.

father of the poet), 32 a. Flis
his edition of Pope,' 55, 55 n. 822. Brussels, 113.

shipwreck and sufferings, 622L.
Lord Byron's ‘Letter on his Stric- Brutus, 133, 764.

*My grand-dad's Narrative, '619
tures on the Life and Writings Bryant, Jacob, on the existence of Extract from, 629 n. His pro
of Pope,' 821. His invariable Troy, 65 n., 656, 805 n. 1 verbial ill-luck at sea, 879
principles of poetry,' 822-829. Brydges, Sir Egerton, his "Letters Byron, William, fifth Lord (grand-
His controversy concerning Pope, on the Character and Poetical uncle of the Poet), xii. 29, 33..
822-824, 832—841. Lord By- | Genius of Byron,' 530 n., 788. His trial for killing Mr. Cbaworth
ron's 'Observations upon Obser- | Critical notes by, passim. in a duel, xiv. His solitary and
vations; a Second Letter,' etc., Bucentaur, 128.

eccentric habits, ib.
832. His hypochondriacism, 836. Buda, 263.

| Byron, Captain, John (father of the
His ‘Missionary,' 839, 892. Budgell, Eustace, his leap into the poet). His marriage with Miss
Boxing, 183 n., 625, 837.

Thames,' 186.

Gordon, xi. His spendthrift
Braemar, Castle of, 26 n. Buffon, 907.

babits, ib. His character, 32, 33x.
Braham, John, the singer, 254. Bull-fight, description of a, 80, 81, Byron, Mrs. (mother of the poets
Brandenburg, 542...

168.

xi. xvi. 13 R. Descended from
* Brandy for heroes! 576.
Bulow, Marshal, 702.

the Gordons of Gight, xi. Vebe
Brasidas, 84 n., 128 n.

Buonaparte, Jacopo, his "Sacco di mence of her feelings, ri. xiv.
Brass, Corinthian, 685.

Roma,' 337 n., 501 n.

xv. 489 n. 845 n. Her capri-
Brave, picture of the truly, 707. Burdett, Sir Francis. His style of cious excesses of fondness and of
Brazils, prince of the, 711.

anger, 489 R. Her death, IVÄ.

eloquence, 572 n.

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