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Milton's picture, 801. His Pal case of Wat Tyler,' 397 n., Epistle to Augusta,' 879.
Jamon and Arcite,' 802.

and Cain,' 505 n. His impar- | Epitaphs :-'on a Friend,' 4; '
Dubois, Edward, esq. bis satire, tiality, 767.

Virgil and Tibullus, by Dom
entitled My Pocket Book,' 65 n. Electioneering, 775.

tius Marsus, translated,' 5; *ca
Dubost, M., painter, 171. His Elegy on Newstead Abbey,' 28.

John Adams, of Southwell, car.
• Beauty and the Beast,' 171 n. Elegy on the Recovery of Lady rier, who died of drunkenness,'
Duelling, 59 n., 652.

****,' 903.

845; 'for myself,'854;.Substitute
• Duet, between Campbell and Eleusis, Bay of, 819.

for an,' ib. ; .for Joseph Blackets,
Bowles,' 893.

Elgin, Lord, 65, 85 n., 96, 187, late poet and shoe-maker,' 857;
Duff, Miss Mary (afterwards Mrs. 189. Epigram on,' 864. *for William Pitt,' 897; for

R. Cockburn) Lord Byron's boyish Elgin marbles, 96, 187 n., 190 n. Lord Castlereagh,' 902; . ou Lady
attachment for, xii. 43 n., 842. Eliza, Lines to,' 26.

Milbanke's dog Triin,' 905.
Duigenan, Dr., 815, 817. Elizabeth, Queen, 145. Her avarice, Epitaphs, remarks on, 4.
Dulwich, xii.

718.

Erasmus, his "Naufragium,' 619 n.
Dumourier, General, 592.

· Ellen, Lines to,' imitated from Ca- Eratostratus, 190.
Dunbar, battle of, 136 n.

tullus, 5.

Eros and Anteros, 290.
Duncan, Admiral, 593.
Ellice, Mr. xxviii. .

Erse language, 700.
Dunciad, the, 55.

Elliston, Robert William, comedian, Erskine, Lord, 750.
Dupaty, the President, 163.

349 n., 351 n.

Escurial, the, 75 n.
Duppa, Richard, esq., his Life of Eloisa and Abelard,' Pope's, 802. Este, family of, 271, 272.

Michael Angelo,' 340.n. Eloquence, power of, 122, 761. Etiquette, 672, 676.
Dwarfs, 670.

State of, in England, 572 n. Etna, 698, 135.
Dyer's "Grongar Hill,' 827. • Emma, Lines to,' 6.

Etou College, 40.
Dying Gladiator,' 142.

Endor, witch of, 256, 257 n., 291. Eubea, bay of, 263.
• Endorsement to the Deed of Sepa- Euclid, 22.

ration, in April, 1816,' 878. Eucrates, 136.
England, 311, 797.

Eugene, Prince, 262, 347.
•E- Lines to,' 2.

English Bards and Scotch Review | Eumæus, 807.
Early death, 649.

ers, 48. See also, xxxii. 822. Eunapius, 290 n.
Early hours, 752.
· English look,' 653.

Euphues (Barry Cornwall), 731. 1
Early rising, 629.

English system of education, 599 n. Euripides, translation from his
Eating, 664.
English women, 741.

Medea, ''EPWTES Úno,' 21.
Eblis, Oriental Prince of Darkness, Enigma, On the Letter I.,' 908. Eurotas, 93.
204.
Enniskillen, 814.

Eusebius, 165.
Eboli, Princess of, epigram on her Ennui, the best of friends and Eustace's Classical Tour in Italy,
losing an eye, 834.

opiate draughts,' 646 n. A strictures on, 160, 170.
Eccelin, 226 n.

growth of English root,' 751.Euthanasia,- When Time, or soon
Eclectic,' 642.

Enthusiasm, la moral inebriety,'| or late,' 860.
•Eclectic Review,' its strictures on 745. How excited, 122 n. | Eutropius, the eunuch, and minis-
Hours of Idleness, 182. Its | Envy, 672, 829.

| ter of Arcadius, character of
character of Don Juan,' 781. Epaminondas, bis disinterestedness, 591 n.
Economy, 721.

712.

Euxine, or Black Sea, description
Eddleston (Cambridge chorister), Ephesus, ruins of, 143, 713. of, 662, 825.

23 n., 842. "Lines on a corne- Epic poein, definition of an, 612. Evander, 826.
lian given to Lord Byron by,' 23. Recipe for, 612 n.

Evening described, 129, 273, 646.
Edgeworth, Maria, 595.

Epicurus, philosophy of, 606 n. 635. Evil, origin of, 522, 522 m.
Edinburgh, 56, 57.

| Epigrams: ou Moore's Operatic | Exile, 71, 111, 476, 617.
· Edinburgh Review,' xv. 45, 48, Farce, or Farcical Opera,' 857 ; | Expectation, 242, 605.

614,784. Its Critique'on *Hours 'from the French,' 861; "on Lord Experience, 309, 739, 894. The
of Idleness,' 45. Strictures on Elgin,'864; "from Martial,'888; chief philosopher,' 761.
its remarks on the literature of ' from the French of Rulhières,'| Eyes, 202 n., 600, 717, 766.
modern Greece, 102.

895; on my Wedding Day,'
Education, English system of, 599 n. 897; "on Cobbett's digging up
Edward I, xi. n.

Tom Paine's Bones,'ib.; 'ou some
Edward III., xi, n. 3.

Brother Poets,' i6.; "The world Fainting, sensation of, 626.
Edward the Black Prince, 36 n. | is a bundle of hay,' ib.; "on my Faintness, the last murtal birth of
His tomb, 725.

thirty-third Birth-day,'901; "on pain,' 894.
Egeria, 140, 166.

my Wedding,' ib.; "on Queen Fairy, 289.
Egeria, Fountain of, 140.

Caroline,' ib.; "on the Brasiers' Falconer, his 'Shipwreck,' 94 A.,
Egeria, Grotto of, 140, 166. Company having resolved to pre 824, 827.
Egripo (the Negropont), 214. sent an Address to Queen Ca- Faliero, Marino, doge of Venice,
Ehrenbreitstein, 118.

roline,' 902; .on Lord Castle 347, 392.
Eighers, the, 119 n.

reagh,' ib.

Faliero family, 350, 389.
Eivan, 123 n.
Epirus, 67, 89.

Falkland (Lucius Cary), Viscount,
Ekenhead, Mr., 626, 853 n. Epistle, a female, described, 751. 29, 59.
Elba, Isle of. 569.

Epistle to a Friend, in answer to Fame, 94, 112, 115, 116, 125,
Eldon, Earl of, xvii. 867. Anecdote some Lines exhorting the author 615, 659, 693, 699, 700, 714,
of, 60 n. His judgment, in the to banish care,' 857.

741, 760, 803, 902.

G.

Family, a, 641.

'Florence' (Mrs. Spencer Smith), Friendship, 759.
Fanal, the, 100, 102.

xviii. 87. Stanzas to,'852, 853. Friuli, 129.
Fancy, 648.
Foligno, 134 2.

Frizzi, his History of Ferrara'
Fano, 350.

Fontainebleau, abdication of Napo- quoted, 272 n.
* Fare thee well,' 875.

leon at, 868n.

"From the Freuch,' 874.
"Farewell to the Muse, 844. Fontenelle, 105.

Fry, Mrs., advice to, 726.
• Farewell! if ever fondest prayer,' | Foppery, 803.

'Fudge Family,' 670 n. The humour
845.
Forbes, Lady Elizabeth, xx.

of, not wit, 802.
• Farewell to Malta,' 857.
Forbes, Sir W., 152 n.

Fulvius Ursinus, 164, 167.
Farmers, 714.
Fornarina, the, xxiv.

Funds, the public, 573, 733.
Fashionable world, 631, 730, 753. Forsyth, Joseph, esq., his Italy,' Furius Leptinus, 168 n.
Fate, 115, 663, 743.

143 n.

Fuseli, 654 n.
Father of Light! great God of Fortitude, 115, 129, 232, 234,759. Future State, 506.
Heaveu,' 39.

Fortune, 115, 137, 312, 381, 653,
Faublas, 513 n., 788.

663, 803.
Faunus. Lucius, 164, 165. • Forty-parson power,' 721.
"Faust,' Goethe's, 296 n., 299 n. Forum, the Roman, 139.

Gail, M., 101.
• Faustus,' Marlow's, 300.

Foscari, the Two; an Historical | Galignani, M., 351 n.
Fauvel, M. (French consul at Tragedy, 463.

Galileo, 159. His tomb in Santa
Athens, 96, 99.

Foscari family, 463— 465 n. Croce, 133.
Faux pas, in England, 757. Foscolo, Ugo, 307 n., 259 n., 799} Galiongee, 217.

Fazio,' Milmau's tragedy of, 351 n. n. His account of Pulci's · Mor- Gallantry, 801.
Fazzioli, the Venetian, xxv. 311n. gante,' 324-326.

| Galt, Jobo, esq., xviii. 193, 206 n.,
616.

Fox, Right Hon. Charles James, 795 n. His character of · Don
Fea, the Abate, 164 n.

36, 572 n., 882 n. “Lines on Juan,' 788. Critical Notes by,
Fear, 770, 778.

the death of, 24. Saying of, 567 passim.
* Features,', 670.

n. His grave, 567 n.

Gamba, Count, xxvii--XXX. 646 n.,
Feelings, innate, 649.

Fox-hunt, an English, 754. | 904 n.
Feinagle, Professor, his Mnemonics, • Fragment,' a, 4.

Gamesters, 753 n., 756 n.
594.

• Fragment,' written after the mar-Gaming, 735, 753.
Felicaja, his ‘O Italia, Italia,'trans- riage of Miss Chaworth, 8. Gandia, Duke of, interesting parti-
lated, 131 n.
"Fragment,' in prose, 818.

culars of his death, 252 n.
Female fickleness, 760.

• Fragment of an Epistle to Thomas Ganymede, 656 n.
Female accomplishments, 739.

Moore, 871.

Garcilasso de la Vega, 603.
Female friendship, 759.

Fragment,' a, 886.

Garrick, 58, 862. Sheridan's Mo-
Fénélon, 690.
France, 192, 569.

nologue on, 880 n.
Fenton, the poet, 828.

Francesca of Rimini; from the Garter, order of the, 68.
Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick, 592. “Inferno' of Dante, 899. Gastouni, in the Morea, 217 ».
Ferdinand VII. of Spain, 77 n., 816. Francis I. of France, 597 n. Gay, his · Beggar's Opera,' 829.
Fermanagh, 814.

Francis Maria II., Duke of Rovero, Gayton, Miss, 59.
Ferney, 124.

159.

Gazelle, the, 69, 201.
Ferrara, 130, 272 n., 302 n. Cer- Francis, Miss Eliza, 804. Gell, Sir William, 65. Review of
tosa cemetery at, 4 n.

Francis, Sir Philip, the probable his Geography of Ithaca,' and
Ferrata Grotta, 169.

author of · Junius,' 405.

Itinerary of Greece,' 805.
‘Few years have pass'd since thou Franciscan Convent at Athens, 101, Gelon, 381.
and T,' 846.

856 n.

Gemma, the wife of Dante, 336 n.
Fez, 653.
Franconia, 556.

Geneva, xxiii. 119 n., 278 n. Lake
Fickleness of woman, 760. *Frankenstein,'Mrs. Shelley's,818n. of, 123 n., 798.
Fiction less striking than truth, Frankfort, 193, 543, 563. "Genevra, Sonnets to,' 866.
760, 767.

Franklin, Benjamin, 406, 569, 571, Genlis, Madame de, 193.
Fielding, 325, 658. The prose Ho 629 n.

Genoa, xxix. 151, 347.
mer of human nature,' 615 n. Frascati, 169.

Genseric, 226 n.
*Fill the goblet again,' 850. Fraser, Mrs., 857.

Gentility, 718.
Fingal, earl of, 898.

Frederick the Second, 36 n., 588 n. Gentlemen farmers,' 714.
Firmness, 759.

His flight from Molwitz, 700. Geoffry of Monmouth, 769.
• First Kiss of Love,' 8.

• Free to confess,' the phrase, 775. George I., 222 n., 733 n.
First Love, 605, 633.

Free press in Greece, 104. George III., 192, 398—408.
Fitzgerald, Lord Edward, 'Sonnet Free-will, 522 n.

George IV., 574n., 709,714, 733,
on the repeal of his forfeiture,'896. Freedom, 93, 138, 724, 727. 742, 868 n., 897, 898. Sonnet
Fitzgerald, William Thomas, esq., Freiber, Dr. xxx.

to, on the repeal of Lord Edward
poetaster, 49, 186, 800. French Chambers, 572.

Fitzgerald's forfeiture,' 896.
Fitzpatrick, General, 194. Frere, Right Hon. John Hookham, Georgia, 683 n.
Flaminius, the Consul, 162, 163. 62'n. Writes half the “Needy Georgians, beauty of the, 684.
Flaminius Vacca, 163, 166.

Knife-grinder,"82n. His Whistle- Georgics,' a finer poein than the
Flavian Amphitheatre, 168.

craft, 305 n., 788.

Æneid,' 828.
Fletcher, William (Lord Byron's Fribourg, 278 n.

Geramb, Baron, 396 n.
valet), xxvi. xxx.7 in., 261n.,851. Friday, supposed unluckiness of, 62: Germany and the Germans, 724.
Florence, 132, 133, 162, 308, 335. Friends, 148, 719, 756, 759. Gertrude of Wyoming,' 182 n.

H.

"Gerusalemme Liberata,'52 n., 301. Gonzaga, Cardinal, 158.

Guariglia, Signor, 656 n.
Gervais, St. Church of, 169 Good Hope, Cape of, 58 n. Guarini, bis · Pastor Fido,' 301.
Gesner, his Death of Abel,' 506. Good Night,' the, 71. Lord Max Guelfs, the, 161, 334 71., 336.
Ghibellines, the, 161, 334 n., 336. well's, 68.

Guesclin, Du, Constable of France,
Ghost, the Newstead, 771 n. Goose, Mother, 58.

568.
Ghosts, 222 n., 267, 403 n., 768— | Goose, royal game of, 740. Guiccioli, Count, xxvi. xxvü. 334..
772, 778.

Gordon, the duchess of, xv. Guiccioli (Theresa, Gamba), Coin-
Giaffar, Pacha of Argyro-Castro, Gordon, Sir Cosmo, his Remarks tess, xiii. xxvi.—xxix. 32, 3242.,
his fate, 218 n.
on ‘Don Juan,' 786.

333 n., 429 n., 432 n., 606 m.
Giant's Staircase, 350.

Gordon, Lord Alexander, rv. 661 n., 786, 895, 904 r. Dedi-
"Giant's Grave,' visit to the, 662. Gordon, Lord George, 192 n. cation of the Prophecy of Dante'
Giaour, the; a Fragment of a Gordon, Charles, esq. xiii.

to, 333.
Turkish Tale, 195. See also Gordons of Gight, xi. 26 n. Guido, his Aurora, 755.
xxiii. xxxii. 198 n., 210 n. Gottenburg, 192.

Guildhall of London, 574.
Gibbon, Edward, esq., 124, 881 n. Goza, the island of Calypso, 87. Guinguené, P. L., 325 r.

His remark on public schools, Gracchus, Tiberius, 720, 721 n. Gulley, Mr. John, the pagilist in
599 n. His acacia, 888 n. Grafton, Dake of, 404.

• 1835 M.P. for Pontefract), 816,
Gibraltar, straits of, 86.

Graham, Edward, esq., 656 n. 1 837.
Gillard, Lees, esq., LL.D., 779. Grahame, James, 50 n., 63. His Gunpowder, 583, 701.
Gifford, William, esq., 48, 61, "Sabbath Walks' and Biblical Gurifey, Hudson, esq., his Carid
62,185 n., 294 n., 347n., 359 n:,! Pictures,' 54.

and Psyche,' 643.
674 n., 800.

Grainger, his ‘Ode to Solitude,'825. Gurney, William Brodie, short-band
Gilchrist, Octavius, 821, 824, Granada, 75, 889.

writer, 611.
832-839.

Granby, Marquis of, 592. Gustavus, his death at Lutzen, 569.
Gillies, his "History of Greece Grant, G., his .Notes on Cain,' Gynocracy, 773.
quoted, 197 n.

526 n.
Gin, 724.

“Granta; a Medley,' 10.
Gingo, St. 123 n., 280 n. Granville, Dr., his recipe to escape
Giorgio, St., 148.

sea-sickness, 616 n.

Habesci, Louis, 643.
| Giorgione, his 'picture of his wife,' Grattan, Right Hon. Henry, 572 n., Hades, 517. -
308 n. His Judgment of Solo- 680, 733, 897, 898.

Hafiz, the oriental Anacreon, 60,
mon, ib.
Gravitation, 718.

91.
Giraud, Nicolo, 23 n.

Gray, his . Elegy,'647 n., 801, 826, Hague, the, 724.
Girl of Cadiz,' 82 n.

828. His Odes,' 801. Haivali, 102, 104.
Giustiniani, Villa, 166,

“Greatest living poets,' 731. Halifax, 831.
Glaciers, 135, 285.

Greece, xiv. xvii. xvii. xxvi- Hall, Captain Basil, bis interview
Gladiator, the dying, 142, 654. XXX. XXXÏ. 79, 85, 93, 94, 181, with Napoleon, 567.
Gladiators, 142, 168.

196, 197, 210, 235 n., 264,570, Hallam, Henry, esq., his review d
Glasgow, xii. 816.

644, 904.

Payne Knight's • Taste,' 57, 66.
.Glenarvon,'LadyCaroline Lamb's, Greek war-song, "AcŰTE raides,'| His Middle Ages,' 737.
634.

105. “Translation of,' 854. Hamburg, 192, 535.
Glenbervie (Sylvester Douglas), first Greeks, character of the Modern, Hamilton, Mr., 103.

Lord, his · Ricciardetto,'339 n. 100, 101, 102. Some acrouni Hammond, Mr., 316 n.
Glennie, Dr. (Lord Byron's precep-1 of their literature, 104-111. Hampstead, 79.
tor), xii. xii. 589 n.

Greenwood, Mr., scene-painter, 58n. Hands, small, distinctive of birth,
Glory, 645, 690, 698, 725. Gregorio Demetrius, 105.

652 n., 672.
Gloucester, late Duke of, 194. I Gregson, the pugilist, 837. Hannibal, 133, 134, 162, 579 ..
Gneisenau, General, 702.
Grenvilles, the, 733.

Hanover, 192.
Godoy, Don Manuel, 77, 77 n. Greville, Colonel, 59.

Hanson, John, esq. (Lord Byron's
Goethe, 644, his “Kennst du das Grey, Hon. Mr. Charles (afterwards solicitor), xxxi. 881 r.

Land,' etc. imitated, 210n. His Earl Grey), 572 n., 742. Happiness, 'was born a twin,' 633.
• Faust,' 296 n. His remarks on Grey, Lady Jane, 94 n.

Horace's art of, 671. “An art
Manfred,' 299 n. Dedication of Grief, 719.

on which the artists greatly vary,'
• Marino Faliero' to, 349 n. His Grillparzer, his Sappho,' 429 n., 745.
*Werther,' ib. Lord Byron's let- Grimaldi, the clown, xvi. Hardinge, George, esq., 750.
ter to, ib. Dedication of Sarda- Grimm, Baron, his Correspon- Harley, Lady Charlotte (the "lanthe
napalus' to, 429. His • Mephis- dence,' 834.

to whom the first and second car-
topheles,' 743. His character of Grinden wald, the, 119 n.

tos of Childe Harold' are deitie
*Don Juan,' 791.

Gritti, Count, his sketch of a Ve- | cated), 69.
Gold, 735.

netian noble, 386 n.

Harmodius, 113, 570. Song on,
Golden fleece, 641.
Grolée, 278 n.

113 n., 570 n.
Goldoni, his comedies, 107 n. "Grongar Hill, Dyer's, 827. * Harmony,' German colony in Ame
Goldsmith, Oliver, his anticipated Gropius, the Sieur, 96.

rica so called, 763.
definition of the Lake school of Grose, 700.

Harpe, La, 571.
poetry, 800.

Grosvenor, Earl (in 1832 created Harrow, xi. xii. xxvi. 10,11,12,1
Gondola described, 309.

Marquis of Westminster), 177 n. | 31 n., 36 n., 135 1., 840, 842
Gondoliers, songs of the Venetian, Guadiana, the river, 75.

Lines on a change of mastersat,'|
127, 148, 605.
Gualandra hills, 162.

10. "On a distant view of the

village and school of,' 11. *Writ-| Kirke Wbite and Bloomfield, Horace, his "Justum et tenacem'
ten beneath an elm in the church-1 61 n. 780.

translated, 5. Lord Byron's early
yard of;' 45. On revisiting,'845. *Hills of Annesley, bleak and bar dislike to, 135. The scholar
Harrowgate, 24.

ren,' 8.

of love,' 635. His Nil admi-
Hartz Mountains, 490.
Hints from Horace, 171.

rari,' 671, 745. Quoted, 668,
Harvey, Dr., 175 n.

Historians, 643. Perused by Lord 749, 753, 758.
Hastings, Warren, 881 n.

Byron before ten years old, 195 n. · Horæ lonicæ,' 63 n.
Hatred, 743.
History, 116, 698.

Horistan, John of, 3.
Havard, Billy, story of his tragedy, Hoare, Rev. Charles James, 64. Horistan Castle, xi.n. 3n.
182.

Hobbes, Thomas, 582. His fear Horn, Cape, 193.
Hawke, Admiral Lord, 592.

of ghosts, 768.

Hortensius, 681.
Hawke (Edward Harvey), third Hobhouse, Rt. Hon. Sir J.C. Bart., Horton, Right Hon. Robert Wilmot
Lord, 10.

xvii. xx. xxiii. xxx. His Journey (uow Sir Robert), 597 n.
Hayley, William, esq., 63. Advice through Albania' quoted, 83 n., Horton, Mrs. (now Lady) Wilmot,

to, 50 n. His • Triumphs of 88 n., 90 n., 188 n., 656 n., | 254 n.
Temper,' 54, 773, 800.

662 n., 676 n. His Lines on Hoste, Sir Wm., 386 n.
Hazlitt, William, 130n. His charge Bowles's Pope, 55 n., 822. De Hotspur, 701 n.

of inconsistency against Lord By dication to him of the fourth canto Houdetot, Comtesse de, 120 n.
ron, 592 n. His character of Don of Childe Harold,' 125. His Hougoumont, 115 n.

Juan,' 786. His style, 899 n. “Historical Notes to the fourth Houris, 201 n., 708.
Headfort, the Marchioness of, xvi. n. Canto of Childe Harold,' 147. Hours of Idleness. Critique of the
Health, 632, 703.

Dedication to him of the Siege Edinburgh Review' upon, 45.
Hearer, a good one, 755.

of Corinth,' 260. His Epistle See also xv.
Hearing, second, superstition of, to a young Nobleman in love,' House of Lords, xiv. xvi. 60 n. 811.
- 207.

849. Epigram to,'888. "Lines | Houson, Miss, "Lines addressed
Heaven and Earth; a Mystery, 416. to, on his Imprisonment in New- to,' 13.
Hebe, 773.

gate,'ib. See also, 48, 171, 177, | Howard, Hon. Frederick, 61 n. 114.
Heber, Reginald (Bishop of Calcut- 287 n., 846 n., 854 n.

Howe, Admiral Lord, 592.
ta), 173 n. 529 n. 803. Critical Hoche, General, 118 n., 593. Hoyle, games of, 645.
notes by, passim.

Hock and soda water,' 615 n., 633. Hoyle, Rev. Charles, 64, 801.
Hebrew Melodies, 254.

Hockhein, taking of, 118 n. Hubert, St. xx.
Hecla, 566, 724, 767.

Hodgson, Rev. Francis, xvii, 64. Hucknall-Tokard, the village and
Hector, 710.

His 'Friends' 802. His charac- church of, xxxi. 4 n., 71 n.
Helen, the Greek Eve,' 758. 'Lines ter of Pope, 803. Lines to, Huddersfield, 817.

on Canova's best of,' 891. written on board the Lisbon Hudibras,' 179.
Helena, St., Island of, 567, 568, packet,' 851. Epistle to, in Hughes, the dramatist, 828.
574.

answer to some lines exhorting Humane Society, 606.
Hell, .paved with good intentions,' Lord Byron to banish care,' 857. Humboldt, 660.
401, 700.

| Hogg, James, the Ettrick shepherd, Hume, David, 505-n.
Hellespont, 215, 626, 656, 853. 616 n., 804.

Hunger, 622, 631.
• Hells,' St. James's, 176, 729. Holbein, bis ‘Dance of Death,'763. Hunt, John, 679.
Helots, 93, 104.

Hole, Rev. Richard, 801. Hunt, Leigh, xxviii. xxxiii. 799,
Helvoetsluys, 724.
Holford, Miss, 804, 892.

840, 866. His · Byron and some
Henry, Patrick, the forest-born | Holland, 724.

of his Contemporaries,' 409 13,
Demosthenes,' 571.

Holland, Lord, 50 n., 57, 862 n. 773 n., 786. Mr. Moore's verses
Henry I., 193 n.

Dedication of the Bride of Aby- on, 410 n. His “Rimini,' 840.
Henry II., Newstead built by, 3 n. dos' to, 210. His character of Hunt, the Orator, 412, 888.
28 n.

Voltaire, 678.

Hunter, Mr. xiii.
Henry V., 22.

Holland, Lady, 58, 66. 'Lines to,'| Hunting, 754.
Henry VIU., bis grant of New 905.

Hutchinson, Col., his Memoirs, 4 n.
stead to the Byron family, 3 n. | Holland, Dr., 91 n.

Hydra, isle of, 187.
28 n.

Hollar, bis · Dance of Death,' 763 n. Hymen, 638.
Herbert, Rev. William, 57. Holyrood, 183.

Hymettus, 94, 187, 766, 825.
Hercules, 137, 189, 825. Home, 95, 239, 605. Sight of, Hypochondriacism, 836.
Hero and Leander, 215, 853. after absence, 638. Without Hypocrisy, 721, 734.
• Herod's Lament for Mariamve,' bearts, there is no,' 641.
258.

Homer, bis • Odyssey,' 638. Geo-
Herodias, 193.

graphy of, 656, 806. 'Iliad,'697,
Hervey, Lord, 55 n.

758, 801. His catalogue of ships, lanthe (Lady Charlotte Harley), de-
Hesiod, 99.

dication of Childe Harold' to,
Hesperus, 647.

Honorius, the Emperor, 168. 69. Some account of, 69 n.
Heterodoxy, 680.
Honorius, St., 73.

Ibrahim Pacha, 96.
Highgate. 80. Burlesque oath ad- Hook, Theodore, esq., 58. Ida, mount, 99, 135, 656 n.
ministered at, 80 n.

Hope, Thomas, esq., 85 n., 171 n. | Ida of Athens,' 98.
“Highland welcome,' 681.

Hoppner, R. B., Esq., 316n. His Identity of Byron with his charac-
Highlands of Scotland, xii. 2, 26, account of Lord Byron's mode of ters, 70 n., 224, 226 n., 593 n.,
27 n. 580, 772.

life at Venice, 795 n. “Lines on 594 n., 723 n., 791, 795.
Hill, Thomas, esq., the patron of the birth of his son,' 893.

I enter thy garden of roses,' 855.

749.

If sometimes in the haunts of Jamblicus, story of his raising Eros Junius's Letters,' 405, 406.
men,' 861.

and Anteros, 290 n.

*Juno, Shipwreck of the,' 624L
If that high world,' 255. James I., his question on meeting Junot, General, 74 n.
Ilion, 636.

Jobony Armstrong, 116. A Jupiter Olympus, temple of, 852.
Ilissus, river, 188 n., 235 n.

punster, 173 n.

188 n.
Illyria, 88.
James II., 29 n.

Jura mountains, 121, 122.
Imagination, 140, 648, 828. James's, St., palace, 729.

Juvenal, his alleged indecencies, 598.
Immortality of the soul, 506. Janus, 142, 164.

His pure and sublime morality,
Imprisonment, solitary, its effects, Jealousy, 600, 603.

598 n.
281, 475.

Jefferies, judge, 813.
• Impromptu, in reply to a friend,' Jeffrey, Francis, esq., 50, 56, 57,

K.
866.

66, 182, 719, 720, 736, 784.

36. 784. Kaff, 65.
'Impromptu,—Beneath ****'s eyes,'| Critical notes by, passim. Kaimes, Lord, 869 n.
897.
JekyH, Mr., 53 n.

Kalamas, 89 n.
Improvvisatore, account of one at Jena, battle of, 669.

Kaleidoscope, 625.
Milan, 157.
Jenner, Dr., 606.

Kalkbrenner, his remark on Jewish
Incantation, the, 286.
“Jephtha's Daughter,' 255.

music, 254 n.
Incledon, Charles, singer, 794. Jerdan, William, esq., 780. Kallinikus, Torgeraus, 104.
Inconstancy, 635.
Jerningham, Mr., 66.

Kamareses, John, 105.
Indifference, 745, 766, 801. Jerome, St., 598.

Kamschatka, 193.
Indigestion, 712, 714, 726. Jerreed, exercise of the, 213 n. Kaut, Professor, 724.
lndolence, 307 n.

Jersey, Earl of, xx. 316 n. Kaye, Sir Richard, 29 R.
Indus, the river, 190.

Jersey, Countess of, 871 n. “Con- Kean, Edward, tragedian, effect of
"Inez, Stanzas to,' 81.

dolatory Address to, on the Prince his Sir Giles Overreach on Lord
Infidelity, female, 636, 741.

Regent returning her picture,'' Byron, xxii. 58 n. Byron's e-
• In law an infant, and in years a' 871.

thusiastic admiration of, 351 ..
boy,' 15.

Jerusalem, 335. 'On the day of Keats, John, xvi. 732,803. Account
Innocence, 523, 524, 685, 757. the destruction of, by Titus,' 258. of, 803 R. 'Elegy on,' 902.
Innovation, progress of, 775. Jervis, Admiral, 593.

Keith, Lord, 874.
• Inscription on the monument of a Jesus Christ, 680, 761.

Kemble, John Philip, esq., 58 ,
Newfoundland dog,' 848. Jews, 573, 574, 622, 668, 733. 351 n. His tomb, 124 A. His
"In the Valley of Waters,' 259. Joan of Arc, 52, 184 n.

Coriolanus, 351 R.
Intoxication, 618, 633.
Joannina, 89 n., 99.

| Kendal, Duchess of, 223 r.
Invention, 828.
Job, 702, 756.

Kennedy, Dr., his Conversations
Ionia, 68, 462.

John Bull, 506 n., 694, 734, 897. on Religion with Lord Byran in
Iris, the, 135, 289.

His "Letter to Lord Byron,' 788, Cephalonia,' xxix. 2572., 2962.,
"Irish Avatar,' 897.

613 n.

631 n., 791, 877 n.
Irish language, 700.

John o'Groat's house, 100, 816. Kenney, James, the dramatist, 58.
Iron Mask, 405.

John, King of England, 573. Kent, Duke of, 194.
Irving, Washington, esq., quoted, Johnson, Dr., 743. His remark on Kent, Mr., his taste in gardening

599 n. His · Life of Columbus,'t clever children, xii. His opinion formed by Pope, 839.
762 n.

of blank verse, 173 n., 802. His Keppel, Admiral, 392,
I saw thee weep,' 256.

• Irene,' 176. His opinion of the Keratia, 207 n.
Iskander (Scanderbeg), 88, 96. Beggar's Opera,' 178 n. His re- Kibitka,' 713.
Island, the; or, Christian and his mark on good intentions,'401n. Kidd, Captain, strange story related
Comrades, 575.

His tribute to Cognac, 576 n. to Lord Byron by, 851
· Islands of the blest,' 644.

His Life of Milton,' 645. His Kings, 702, 713.
Ismail, siege of, 679, 691, 698| • Vanity of Human Wishes,'648n. King's Bench, 729.
710.

His belief in ghosts, 769. His Kinnaird, Lord, 316 1., 711.
"I speak not, I trace not,' 870. Lives of the Poets,' 830n. His Kinnaird, Hon. Douglas, III. 254,
Italian language, 311, 326. *London,' 834. His melancholy, L 396 n., 593 n., 903 n. Dedica
Italian sky, 129.

836. His prologue, on opening tion of Marino Faliero' to, 349 L
Italian manners, 315 n.

Drury Lane theatre, 862 n. Kirkby Mallory, xü.
Italy, xxvii. 129, 310, 336. Pre Jonson, Ben, anecdote of, 591 n. Kitchiner, Dr., his remedy for sta
sent degraded condition of, 591. Joubert, General, 593.

sickness, 617 n.
Ithaca, 88, 88 n., 806.

• Journal de Trévoux,' 344. Knatchbull, Sir Edward, III.
I would I were a careless child,' 44. Journal of a Soldier in Spain, 711 n. Knight-errantry, 743.
Joy, Mr., 316 n.

Knight, Galley, esq., 892.
Julian the Apostate, 591.

Knight, Payne, 57 n.
Julian, Count, 75.

Knowledge, 519, 686.
Jackall, 271, 713.

Juliet, 14, her tomb, xxiii. 571 n. Knowlles, Richard, his History of
Jackson, John, the professor of pugi- Julio Romano, 163.

the Turks,' 195 n. 675.
lism, xvi. 183, 331 n., 728. Julius Cæsar, bis character, 137, Königsberg, 724.
Jackson, J.G., esq., his description 166,491,700. His laurel wreath, Koran, 201 n.
of Fez, 653 n.

142,496. The suitor of love, 635. Kosciusko, General, 569, 724.
Jacobson, Mr., 902 n.
Julius II., Pope, 340 n.

Kotzebue, 193.
* Jacqueline,' Mr. Rogers's, 62 n., Julius III., Pope, 163.

Koutousow, General (afterwards
242 n.

Jungfrau, the, 135, 287 n., 289 r. Prince of Smolensko), 704.

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