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Learned languages, results of the

too early study of, 135 n.

Lee, Harriet, her •German's Tale,'
Labedoyere, 873.

532.
Lacedemon, 94.

Leghorn, xxvij. 101, 340 n.
Lachin-y-gair, 26, 580.

* Legion of Honour, Lines on the
Lactantius, 165.

| Star of,' 875.
Ladies, learned, 593.

Legitimacy, 674, 711.
La Fayette, 592, 593.n., Leigh, Hon. Augusta (Lord Byron's
Laffitte, M. 735.

sister), 117,878 n. "Stanzas to,'
La Fitte, the Pirate, 241 n.

| 878, 879. Epistle to,' 879.
Lagoons, the, 149, 357.

Leipsic, 193, 569.
La Harpe, 571.

Lely, Sir Peter, drapery of his beau-
Laing, Mr., 38 n.

ties, 748.
Lake Leman, 119, 121, 123, 280, Leman, Lake, xxiii. 119, 121, 123,
888.

280, 759. Sonnet to,' 888.
Lake School of Poetry, xvü. 180 n., Lemnos, 825.

590 n. Origin of the designation, L'Enclos, Ninon de, 671.
590 n. Goldsmith's anticipated | Lenzoni, Marchioness, her rescue of
definition of, 800 n.

the bones of Boccaccio, 160.
• Lakers,' the, 180 n., 589, 613 n., Leo X. Pope, 156, 252.n., 340 n.
678, 798

Leoben, 118 n.
Lamb, Hon. George, 57.

Leone, port, 198.
Lamb, Lady Caroline, xix. Her Leonidas, 697, 698.
Glenarvon,' 634 n.

Leonora, mistress of Tasso, 302,1
Lambe, Charles, esq., 49, 53, 66, 303 n.
613, n., 590 n.

Leopold, Prince of Saxe Cobourg,
Lamberti, the Venetian poet, 386 n. (afterwards King of the Belgians,
Lambro Canzari, a Greek patriot, 145.
219 n.

Leopold, Grand Duke of Tuscany,
Lament of Tasso, 301.

162.
Lancelot of the Lake, 900 n.. Lepanto, XXX. Battle of, 88.
*Landed Interest,' 573.

Lerici, xxviii.
Landino, 340 n.

Le Sage, 10.
Landor, Walter Savago, esq., 395 n., Lesbia, Lines to,' 13.

398, 732. His "Gebir,' 398, Lesbos, 102.

581 n. His Latin poems, 581 n.
Lanfranchi, Palazzo, 32 n. | • Letter to the Editor of My Grand-
Langeron, Count de, 693.

mother's Review,' 792.
Lannes, Duke of Montebello, 593. Letters to Mr. Murray on Bowles's
Lansdowne, (Henry Fitzmaurice | Strictures on Pope,' 821, 832.

Petty,) foarth Marquis of, 10, 23, Leucadia, promontory of, 88, 635 n.
57, 316 n.

Leuctra, 115 n.
Lanskoi, the "grande passion' of Levant, 90 n., 240 n., 241 n.
Catherine II., 715.

Lewis, Matthew Gregory, esq., 53,
Lanzi, 156.

58, 176, 316 n. 351.
Laocoon, the, 144, 654.

Liakura, Mount, 94.
Laos, the river. 90.

* Liberal,' the, xxviii. 324 n., 409n.
Lapland, 193.

Liberty, 278, 575, 697.
Lara ; a Tale, 242.

Libochabo, 96.
Lascy, Major General, 701. Licensing act, 178 n.
Lateran, the, 165.

Licenza, 169.
Lauderdale, Earl of, 316.n. Lido, xxv. 148, 149.
Laugier, Abbé, his character of Lies, 730.
Marino Faliero, 350.

Life, 115, 138, 1.41, 219, 291, 451,
Laura, her portrait, 152, 637. 473, 616, 622, 649, 691, 712,
Lausanne, 124.

733, 768, 796.
Lauwine, the, 135.

| Life of a young noble, 733.
La Valière, Madame, 834. Lightning, superstitions respecting,
Lavender, the Nottingham quack,xii. 156.
Law, Rev. William, 680 n. Ligne, Prince de, 693, 699, 722 n.
Lawrence, Sir Thomas, 171, 615 n. Lines :—'on the death of a Young
Lawsuits, 774.

Lady, Cousin to the Author,' 2;
Lawyers, 608, 719.

'to E—- 'ib. ; 'to D-M 3 ;
• Lay of the Last Minstrel;' 51, 90 n. | con leaving Newstead Abbey,'ib.; I
Leake, Colonel, 96, 103.

written in Rousseau's Letters
Leander and Hero, 205, 853.

of an Italian nun,'4; 'on a change
Learned ladies, 595.

of masters at a great school,' 10; |

on a distant view of the village
and school of Harrow,' 11; to
M- 12; 'Lo M. S. G.,'7, 12;
'to Mary, on receiving her picture,'
12; 'to Woman,'13; 'to Lesbia,'
ib ; 'addressed to a young lady,'
ib.; 'to a lady who presented to
the author a lock of hair,' etc.,
14; “to Marion,' 15;to a Beau-
tiful Quaker,' 23; "on the death
of Mr. Fox, 24; to the sighing
Strephon,'25;"10Eliza, 26;.to
Romance,' 27 ; "to the Rev. J.T.
Becher, on his advising the au-
thor to mis more with society,'
36; ‘to a lady who presented the
author with the velvet band which
bound her tresses,' 37; 'to Ed-
ward Noel Long, esq.,' 40; 'to a
lady_ Oh! had my fate,' etc.,
41; written beneath an elm in
the churchyard of Harrow,' 45;

on Lord Elgin,' 188; "on an old
lady,'842; to a vain lady,'843;
"to Anne,' ib.; to the author of
a sonnet, beginning “Sad is my
verse,' etc., ib.;'on finding a fan,'
844; to an Oak at Newstead,
ib. ; 'on revisiting Harrow,' 845;
'to my son,' ib.; 'to a youthful
friend,' 846; 'inscribed upon a
cup formed from a scull,' 847;
'to a lady, on being asked my
reason for quitting England,'848;

to Mr.Hodgson, written on board
the Lisbon packet,'851; written
in an album at Malta,' 852;' writ-
ten after swimming from Sestos to
Abydos,'853; 'written in the tra-
veller's book at Orchomenus,'854;
• written beneath a picture,' 856;

on parting,'ib.; "on Moore's ope-
ratic farce,' 857; 'to Dives,' ib.;

to Thyrza,' 858; 'on a cornelian
heart, which was broken,' 861;
'to a lady weeping,' ib.; 'written
on a blank leaf of the Pleasures
of Memory,'862;‘to Time,' 864;

on Lord Thurlow's poems,' 866;
"to Lord Thurlow,'ib.; 'to Thomas
Moore, on visiting Leigh Hunt in
prison,' ib.; 'to Belshazzar,' 872;
‘on Napoleon's escape from Elba,'
873; 'on hearing that Lady Byron
was ill,'886; 'on the bust of Helen
by Canova,'891; 'to Mr. Murray,
892, 893,897, 902; 'on the birth
of J. W. R. Hoppner,' 893; 'on
my Wedding-day,'897 ; on my
thirty-third birthday,' 901; "on
Queen Caroline,' ib. ; 'on reading
that Lady Byron had been pa-
troness of a charity ball,' 903;

to the Countess of Blessington,'
ib.;.to --'904; ‘on Sam Ro-
gers,' ib.; "on Lady Milbanke's
dog Trim,'905; to Lady Holland,'
ib.; inscribed, 'On this day I

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complete my thirty-sixth year,'| Best tokens of, 682. Success in Maginn, Dr., his parody on Words
906; 'to Jessy,'ib.;. found in the dependent on fortane, 834. See | I worth's Yarrow Uovisited, '791.
Traveller's book at Chamouni,' also 93, 124, 140, 207, 208, Magna Charta, 22.
ib.; 'to Lady Caroline Lamb,'' 227, 319, 520, 601, 602, 605, Magnanimity, 822.
907; 'on the Letter I,' 908 ; .to 611, 617, 633, 636, 649, 674, M goesia, 212 n.
my dear Mary Anne,' ib.

681, 690, 717, 735, 736, 759, | Maharbal, 163.
Linnæus, 907.

896.

Mahomet, 635. His toınb, 93. His
Lipsius, 168.
Love of gain, 707, 751.

heaven, 201 n. 603, 708.
Lisbon, xvii. 72, 73 n.
Love of glory, 659.

Mahomet II., 102.
Lissa, 386 n.
Love of offspring, 674.

Mai, 126.
Liston, John, the comedian, 792. 'Love's last adieu,' 14.

Maid of Athens, account of, 855.
Literary men, marriage of, xxi. Lovers, 631, 649.

· Maid of Athens, ere we part,' 853.
336 n.
Lover's Leap, 88, 635.

Maid of Saragoza, 78.
Liternum, i59.

‘Loves of the Triangles,' 800 n. Majorian, his visit toCarthage, 230s.
•Little's Poems,' 43, 53, 56 n. Low spirits, 836.

Malamocco, wall of, 827.
Livadia, 96, 97.

Lowe, Sir Hudson, 567, 731. Malherbe, 154.
Liver, 636.
Lowther family, xx.

Malice, 600.
Liverpool, Earl of, 867.

Luc, Jean André de, 278 n. Malipiero, Paschale, Doge, 465
Livy, 136, 164, 757.
Lucan, 166 n.

486.
Lloyd, Charles, esq., 63, 590 n. Lucca, 162.

Mallet, David, 55. Hired to tra.
Loan contractors, 735.
Lucchessini, father, 158.

• duce Pope, 55 n.
Loch-na-garr,-see Lachin-y-Gair. Lucretia, 350.

Malta, xviii. 87, 857. Farewell
Locke, 130 n., 761. His treatise Lucretius, 598, 828, 778n.

to,' 857.
on education, 181.

Lucullus, dishes à la, 765. Cher- | Malthus, Rev. T., 729. His anti-
Lockhart, J. G., esq., lis 'Ancient ries transplanted into Europe by, nuptial system, 736. Does the
Spanish Ballads,'81 n. His pre 765 n.

thing against which he writes,
face to Don Quixote, 743 n. | Luddites, Song for the,' 891. L ib. *His book the eleventb com-

Critical Notes by, passim. Ludlow, General, the regicide, his
Lodi, 491 n., 868 n.

monument, 121 n.

Malvern Hills, xï. 580.
Loff, Capel, esq. 61, 62 n., 185. Ludovizi Villa, 142 n.

Man, 605, 606, 648, 716.
Logotheti, Signor, 97.
Lugo, 657.

Mandeville, 52.
Lombardy, 150, 470.

Luke, St., church of, at Venice, Manfred; a Dramatic Poem, 283.
London, a Sunday in, 79. “The 160 n.

Italian translation of, 286 s.'
Devil's drawing-room,' 726. The Lusatia, 563.

Goethe's remarks on, 299.
approaches to, 727, 728. Never Lushington, Dr., xxii. 596 n. Manfrini Palace, 308.
understood by foreigners, 737. Lusieri, Signor, his devastations at Manheim, 724.
'One superb menagerie,' ib. Athens, 96.

Manicheism, 506 n. 831.
London Docks, 824.
Luther, Martin, 690.

Mauley, Mrs., 'her Atalantis,'134.!
‘London Review,' 175 n.
Lutzen, 569.

Manlius, 378.
Londonderry (Robert Stewart), se Luxembourg, Maréchal de, 834. Mann, the engineer, his pumps, 618.
cond Marquis of, 679, 692, 715. Lycophron, 334.

Mansel, Dr., Bishop of Bristol, 225
See also Castlereagh.
Lycurgus, 22.

Mansion House, London, 729.
Loneliness, 119, 296 n., 764. Lying, 610.

Mantinea, 115 n. 491 .
Long, Edward Noel, esq., xiii. 34 n., Lykanthropy, 713.

Mantua, 163.
40 n. “Lines to,' 40.

Lyon, John, founder of the school Marat, 592, 593 n.
Longinus, 598, 613, 762.

at Harrow, 11 n.

Marathon, 94, 95, 118, 641. Plain
Longmans, Messrs., 181, 342 n. Lyons, Gulf of, 619.

of, offered to Lord Byron, fur
'Longueurs,' 646.

Lyttleton, George, Lord, 222 1. sale, 95 n.
Longwood, at St. Helena, 568 n.

Marceau, General, 117, 593. Fis'
Lonsdale, the Earl of, 346n.

M.

monument, 118 R.
Lope de Vega, 57 n., 594.

Marchetti, Count, 334.
Loredano, family of, 405.
•M......., Lines to,' 12.

Marcus, Count Tharboures, 104. !
Lorenzo de Medicis, 161. • M. S. G. Lines to, 7, 12. Marengo, 491 n.
Lorenzo, Count-bishop of Ceneda, Macassar oil, 595.

Maria della Pace, St., church o,
348.
Macedon, 90, 92.

Lat Venice, 391.
Lorenzo, St., church of at Florence, Mac Flecknoe,' origin of Dryden's, Maria Liberatrice Santa, church, ei,
161.
173.

at Rome, 165.
Lorraine, Claude, 57 1 n., 748. Machiavelli, 690, 725. His tomb Maria Louisa, Empress, 574, 1199
Louis XIV., 145 n., 350.

in Santa Croce, 133, 157. Marialva, Marquise, 73. Palace
Louis XVI., 400.

Mackintosh, Sir James, 406 n.,835. of, 74.
Louis XVIII., 307 n., 572. Macueil, Hector, esq. bis poems, 62. Mariamne, wife of Hered, 258.
Louisiana, 241.

Macpherson's Ossian, 38 n. Marianna Segati, xüi.
Love, not the principal passion Madness, 135, 654, 655. Marie Antoinette, 68, 350. El lect
for tragedy,' 429 n. Platonic, Madrid, 568, 570, 721.

of grief on, 279 n., 287 n.
601, 604, 717. First, 605, 633. Maffei, 142 n.

Marine barometer, 660 A.
Man's, 611, 637. Woman's, Mafra, 74, 75 n.

Mariner, his 'Account of the Toga
611, 634, 636. Language of, Magdebourg, 555.

Islands,' 575, 585 n.
649. His own avenger,' 655. Maghinard de Cavalcanti, 161 n. Marinet, 711,

Marino, a corrupter of the taste of Mayer, 392 n.

Miltiades, 95, 644.
Europe, 108 n. 799.. Maynooth College, 814.

Milton. His practice of dating his
Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice ; | Mazeppa, 316.

poeins followed by Lord Byron
an Historical Tragedy, 347. De- Mecca, 204, 219.

2 n. His dislike to Cambridge
dication to Goethe, 349 n. Story Medea, xxv. 825.

64 n. His infelicitous marriage
of, 388-391.

Medici, family of the, 161. Mau 637, 615. His Life,' by John
Marinus, Count Tharboures, 104. soleum of the, 133, 161.

son, 645. His material thunder,
• Marion, Lines to,' 15.
Medina, 93 n.

828. See also, xxxii. 173, 224
Mariscalchi Gallery, at Bologna, Meditation, 86.

408 n. 505 n. 645, 590, 802.
308 n.

Mediterranean, xxviii. 146. A Mind, power of the, 289.
Marius at Carthage, 335, 741. I noble subject for a poem, 146 n. Minerva, temple of, 94 n. 188.
Mark, St., palace of, at Venice, Medwin, Mr., 723 n. 858 n. His Minotaur, fable of the, 630.

128, 149, 151,357, 385. Church Remarks on · Don Juan,' 786. Minotti, Signor, 260, 270.
of, 150. Tower of, 159. Square Megara, 99, 131, 268.

Minturnæ, 335.
of, 272 n.

Megaspelion, monastery of, 99. Mirabeau, 592, 593 n.
Markland, J. H., esq., his charac- Meillerie, 123 n.

Miscellaneous Pieces in Prose, 805
ter of “Hours of Idleness,' 762 n. Meiner, 193.

Miscellaneous Poems, 824.
Markow, General, 699.
Meknop, General, 705.

Miser, happy life of the, 605, 735
Marlborough, 36 n. 350. "Coxe's Melancthon, 713.

Misfortune, its influence on the cha:
Life of,' 645.
Melbourne House, xxi. 66.

racter, xi. xvi.
Marlianus, 164.
Melbourne, Lady, xx. xxi. Misitra, 195.

5.
Marlow, bis . Faustus,' 300. Meletius, 101, 104.

Mississipi river, 241.
Marmarotoury, 102.

Melody, Suwarrow's polar, 710. Missolonghi, xxii. xxix. xxxi. 97
Marmion,' 52, 275 n.

Melton Mowbray, head quarters of 207 n. 905.
Marmontel, 837.

the English chase, 749. Mitford, Miss, 804.
Marriage, 636, 637, 736. Melville's Mantle, 61.

Mitford, William, esq., his abuse
Marriage ceremony, 883.
Melville's Sound, 400.

of Plutarch's • Lives,' 736. Great
Marriage of literary men, xxi. 336 n. Memmo, Marco, 465 n.

merit of his ·History of Greece,
Marriage state, “the best or worst Memnon, statue of, 748.

736 n.
of any,' 759. "The best for Memory, 84.

Mithridates, of Pontus, 884.
morals,' 762.
Menander, 862.

Mitylene, isle of, 794.
Mars, 695, 698.
Mendeli, Mount, 94.

Mob, 702, 713.
Marston Moor, battle of, xi.n. 3 n. Mendelsohn, his habitual melan- Mobility,' defined, 777.
Martial, his epigrams, 598. Epi- choly, 836.

Mocha's berry, from Arabia pure,
gram from,' 888. Lib. i., ep. 1., Mephistopheles, 257 n. 743.
imitated,' 901.

Merci, Count, his epitaph, 95 n. Modena, 272.
Martin, the regicide, 397. Merivale, J. H., esq., 63 n. 803. Modern gardening, Pope the chiel
Marvell, Andrew, his lines on the His · Roncesvalles,' 325.

inventor of, 839.
execution of Charles I., 387 n. Merry, 61.

Modesty, 761.
Mary, Lines to, on receiving her Mestri, 386 n. 902 n.

Mohammed, the assassin of Al
picture,' 12.
Metaphysics, 741.

Pacha, 91 n.
Mary of Aberdeen, 12, 43 n. Metella, Cecilia, tomb of, 138. Molière, 750.
Mary, Queen of Scots, her person Methodism, cause of the progress Molwitz, 700.
described, 287 n. 671, 717. I of, 122 n.

Momus, 695.
Masham, Mrs., 350.
Metternich, Prince, 574.

Money, power of, 735. Pleasure
Massinger, 58.
Mexico, 52, 241.

of hoarding, ib. Love of, the
Matadores, 80.
Mezzophanti, 126.

only pleasure that requites,'751.
Matapan, Cape, 637.

Michelli, Signora, the translator of Monk, Lewis's, 53 n.
Match-making, 763.

Shakspeare, 386 n.

Moukir and Nekir, 204.
Matrimony, 736.
Midas, 573.

Monks, 758.
Matter, 778. Bishop Berkeley's Middle Age' of man, 734. Monmouth, Geoffrey of, his Chro-

denial of the existence of, 726. Middleton, Dr., 131 n. 166 î. nicle, 769.
Matthews, Charles Skinner, esq., Milan, xxiii. 635. Theatre at, 157. Monody on the Death of Sheridan,'

xviii. Tribute to his memory, 83n. Milbanke, Sir Ralph, xxi. xxii. 880.
Matthews, Henry, esq. His ‘Diary: 596 n. 905.

Monsoon, 701.
of an Invalid,' 298 n.

Milbanke, Lady, 596 n. 905. Montague, George, 823.
Matthias, Thomas James, esq., 95 n. Milbanke, Miss (afterwards Lady Montague, Lady Mary Wortley,

His • Pursuits of Literature,'' Byron), xx. xxi. xxii. 61 n. 312 n. 606 n. 639 n. 656 n. 662. 669 n.
803 n. His edition of Gray's 818 n. See Byron.

67 1 n. 835, 836.
works, ib.

Miller, William, bookseller, 51. Montaigne, his motto, 712.
Maturin, Rev. Charles, 351 n. Millingen, Mr., xxx.

Mont Anvert, 356 n.
His 'Bertram,' ib.

Milman, Rev. Henry Hart, his Mont Blanc, 119, 135, 284.
Maugiron, epigram on the loss of History of the Jews,' 254–- Montesquieu, 814.
his eye, 834.

258 n. His . Fazio,' 351 n. His Montfaucon, 142 n. 164, 166.
Maurice, Rev. Thomas, his "Rich Fall of Jerusalem,' ib. His cba- Montgomery, James, 'Answer to his

mond Hill,'55. Account of, 55 n.! racter of Heaven and Earth,' poem, entitled “The Coinmon
Mauritania, 86.

428. Critical notes by, passim. Lot,' 36. His • Wanderer of
Mavrocordato, Prince, xxx. Milo, 869.

Switzerland, 36 n. 55 n.

642.

Nekir, 204.

*Monthly Literary Recreations,' | Mulgrave, Earl, 881 n.

Neipperg, Count, 574, 869 n.
Lord Byron's Review of Words- Munster, duchess of, 241.
worth's poems in, 805.

Murat, Joachim, 170. His snow- Nelson, Lord, 593.
Monthly Review,'781. Its critique white plume,' 874. Death of, Nemesis, the Roman, 141, 167.
on ‘Hours of Idleness,' 47 n. 874 n.

Nemi, 145.
Monti, 126, 334.
Muratori, 161.

Nemours, Duke of, 36 n.
Montmartre, 569.

Murray, John, esq. Sums paid by Neophitus, Diakonos, 104.
Montmorency-Laval, Duke de, 574. him to Lord Byron for copyright, Nepos, emperor, 868.
Montrose, Marquis of, 351 n. 52 n. Letters to, on Bowles' | Neptune, 582, 632.
Mont St. Jean, 115n.

Strictures on Pope,' 821, 832. Nero, the consul, 579.
Moon, 604, 633, 719. Of amatory Lines to, "To hook the reader,' Nero, the emperor, 647, 710.
egotism the Tuism,' 769,

etc. 892. Epistle from, to Dr. Nervii, the, 700 n.
Moonlight, 298, 373, 604.

Polidori,' ib. Epistle to,' 893. Nessus, robe of, 932, 709.
Moor, Charles de, 241.

Lines to, 'Strahan, Tonson,' etc., Newark, xv.
Moore, Dr. John, his “Zeluco,' 68. ib. 'I'm thankful for,' etc., 897. | Newbury, battle of, 29 n.

His account of Marino Faliero *For Orford and for Waldegrave,' Newfoundland dog, Inscription 06

false and flippant, 350, 392. I 902. See also, xxiï. 51,217 n. the monument of a,' 848.
Moore, Thomas, his 'Little's Poems,'| 260 n. 305 n. 505 n. 671, 676 n. | Newgate, 888.
43, 53. Duel between Mr. Jeffrey 731 n. 903 n.

Newmarket, 101, 176.
and, 56. Dedication of the 'Cor- Murray, John, jun., esq., 349 n. New Orleans, 241.
sair' to, 223. His Verses on Murray, old Joe (Lord Byron's ser- Newstead, xii. xiv. ini. 'Lines
Leigh Hant's 'Lord Byron and vant), 70 n. 851.

written on leaving,' 3. Descrip-
his Contemporaries,' 410 n. His Music, 212, 760, 772.

tion of, 3 n. 13n. 28, 30 n. 747.
Loves of the Angels,' 423. His Mussulwomen, 314.

Elegy on,'28. Lake of, 29,880.
remarks on ‘Don Juan,'789. His Must thou go, my glorious chief,' Newton-Barry, 813.
• Fudge Family' and 'Twopenny 874.

Newton, Sir Isaac, 678. Memor-
Post-bag,' 802. Lines on his Musters, Mrs. See Chaworth. able sentiment of, 690. Anet-
last Operatic Farce or Farcical Mustoxidi, 126, 150, 386 n. dote of the falling apple, 718.
Opera,' 857, "Lines to, on vi- Mutiny, 576.

Ney, Marsbal, 711, 873.
siting Leigh Hunt in prison, '866. My boat is on the shore,' 891. Nicholas III. of Ferrara, 271.
*Fragment of an epistle to,' 871. | My Grandmother's Review,' the Nicholas, St., Church of, at Rome,
· Lines to,' 891. See also xx. British, 614, 782. •Letter to 143 n.
xxi. 316 n. 628 n. 528 n. 603, the Editor of,' 792.

Nicias, 128 n.
613, 731, 799, 800, 897 n. 898, My sister! my sweet sister,' 879. Nicopolis, ruins of, 88 n.
-Critical notes by, passim. My soul is dark,' 256.

Night, 373, 611.
Morat, field of, 118.

Mysteries and moralities,' 177 n. Nightingale, its attachment to the
More, Hannah, 342 n. Her Co-504.

rose, 196, 213. Its love of soli-
lebs,' 595 n.

tude, 650.
More, Sir Thomas, 233 n.

'Nil admirari,' happiness of the,
Morea, the, xviii, xxix. 99, 195, Nabuchadonosor, 667.

671, 745.
234, 260.
Nadir Shah, 714.

Nile, the river, 143, 568.
Moreau, General, 593.
Naldi, singer, 58.

Nimrod, 667.
Morelli, the Abate, 126, 348. Napier, Colonel. His detection of Nineveh, 430, 703, 727.
Morena, 77.

an error in Childe Harold,' 73, Niobe, 136.
Moreri, 659 n.

74n.

*Nisus and Euryalus,'a paraphrase
Morgan, Lady, 98. Her Italy,'| Naples, 162. Royal gardens at, from the Æneid, 18.
476 n.

170.

Nobility of thought and style de
‘Morgante Maggiore,' of Palci, trans- Napoleon, 731, 733. See Bona fined, 841.
lation of canto the first, 324. parte.

Noble, his · Biographical Dictionary'
Morier, 194.

Napoleon, Duke of Reichstadt, 574. quoted, 241.
• Morning Post,'645,733,747,779. | 774 n.

Noble, life of a young, described,
Morocco, 653 n.
• Napoleon's Farewell,' 875.

733.
Morosini, Venetian poet, 386 r. Napoleon the First,' 774 n. Nodier, 16 n.
Morven, mountain in Aberdeen- Napoli di Romania, 260.

Noel, Lady, 596 n. See Milbaoke.
shire, 43.
Nardini, 164.

Normado, General, xxxi.
Mosaic chronology, 507, 518n. Nathan, 254. His • Hebrew nasa-

athan, 254. His Hebrew nasa- North-west passage, 745.
Moschus, 171, 177. See Hobhouse. lities,' 254 n.

Norton, Hon. Mrs., 58 .
Moscow, conflagration of, 192,569. National debt, 714.

Nossa Señora de Pena, convent ol
Moses, 544,713. Michael Angelo's Native land, sensation on leaving,
statue of, 340. Sonnet on, 340n. 616.

Notaras, 102.
Moskwa, battle of, 491 n. Nature, 87, 116, 577, 673, 704, Nott, Dr., 'Song on,' 903.
Mossop, actor, 12.

760, 826. •Prayer of,' 39.

Nottingham, 883 n. Debate on
Motraye, M., his description of the Naufragium,' Clarke's, 619 n. the frame-breaking bill,' 811.
Grand Signior's palace, 688 n. Navagero, Andrea, 348.

Novels, 650.
Mountains, 119, 580,

Nay, smile not at my sullen brow,'| Novelties, please less than wey
Mozart, 730, 773 n.

81.

impress,' 740.
Muchtar Pacha, 210 n. 670n. • Needy knife-grinder,' 82 n. Nubia, 90.
Muezzin, 90, 204, 219, 711. Negropont, 99, 214 n.

Numa Pompilius, 597.

73.

P.

Orthodoxy, 680 n.

Parker, Margaret, Lord Byron's
Osborne, Irish judge, 814.

boyish love for, xiï. 2 n. •Lines
• Oscar of Alva,' a tale, 15.

on her death,' 2.
0. P.Q., 61.
Ossaja, 162.

Parks of London, 732.
Oak, the Byron, at Newstead, 844 n. | •Ossian,' Macpherson's, 38 n. *Parliament, Lord Byron's Speeches
•Lines to,' 844.
Ostend, 54.

in,' 811, 813, 817.
Oaths, British, 583, 698,727,730. Otaheite, 577; women of, 575 n. Parma, 574.
Continental, 730.

Otho, his last moments, 295. His Parnassus, xii. xvii. 78, 79, 89, 135.
• Observations upon an Article in mirror, 447 n.

Parr, Dr., his opinion of Sarda-
Blackwood's Magazine,' 794. Otway, 58. His • Venice Preserved,' | napalus, 492 n.-of the Island,'
Obstinacy, 759.

347.

588 n.
Ocean, 146, 147.
Ouchy, 278 n.

Parry, Captain, 400, 745.
• Ocean Stream,' 662.

Our goodman came hame at e'en,' Parthenon, 83 n. 85 n. 191 n.
Ocellus Lucanus, 101.

Scottish ballad, quoted, 610 n. Parting, 228, 617, 697. •Lines
O'Connell, Mr., 898.
Ovid, 598, 635.

on’ 856.
Odalisques, 683.

Owenson, Miss, her ‘Ida of Athens, Party, 713.
Ode on Greece,' 644.

98. See Morgan, Lady. Pasiphaë, 630.
Ode on Venice,' 894.

Oxenstiern, Chancellor, his remark Pasqualigo, Signor, 386 n.
Ode on Waterloo, from the French,'' to his son, 757.

Passignano, 162.
873.
Oxford, 54.

Passion, 87, 121, 196, 601, 637.
"Ode to Napoleon Bonaparte,' 868. Oysters, 632, 758.

Passions, 662, 660. Effect of vio-
Oder, the river, 535, 563.

lent and conflicting, 654.
Odessa, 679.

Paswan Oglou, 218.
Odyssey, the, 638, 806—808.

Paternoster-row, 'the bazaar of
Offspring, care of, 674.
Pacciaudi, 150.

book sellers,' 342.
Ogden, ou Prayer, 508 n.
Padolia, 316.

Paterson, Sir John, 868n.
Ogylvy, 52 n.
Padua, 151, 159, 272.

Patience, 288.
Oh! banish care,' 857.
Paget family, 59.

Patras, 88 n. 122 n.
Oh! had my fate been join'd with Pain, 320, 467.

Patroclus, tomb of, 656.
thine!' 41.
Paine, Thomas, 897.

| Pattison, Mr. (Lord Byron's tutor
Oh Lady! when I left the shore,' Painting, ‘Of all arts, the most su- at Aberdeen), xü.
852.

perficial and unnatural,' 132 n., Paul, St., Basilica of, at Rome, 156.
• Oh! my lonely, lonely, lonely, pil- 1 308 n.

Paul, St., Cathedral of, at London,
low,' 904.

Palafox, General, his heroic conduct 827.
• Oh! never talk to me again,' 82n. | at Saragossa, 82 n.

| Paul, St., translation, from the
Oh! snatch'd away in beauty's | Palamon and Arcite,' 802.

Armenian, of correspondence be-
bloom,' 256.

Palatine, mount, 138, 139 n. 337. tween the Corinthians and,' 819.
"Oh! talk not to me of a name Palaye, Sainte, M. de, 68. Pausanias, bis •Achaics' quoted,
great in story,' 902.
Palestine, wars in, xi. n. 3.

834.
Oh! weep for those,' 255. Palestrina, 149.

Pausanias and Cleonice, story of,
Old age, 641.
Paley, Dr., 815.

291 n. 300.
Olympus, 135, 580.

Palgrave, Sir Francis, 388. Peacock, the royal bird, whose
O'Meara, Barry, 568. Causes of Pall-Mall, 729.

tail's a diadem,' 697.
his dismissal from the navy, Palmerston, Viscount, 10. Peel, Right Hon. Sir Robert, xiii.
568 n.
Pan, 632.

xiv. 11 n.
Omens, 050.

Panagiotes Kodrikas, 101, 105. Pekin, 727.
On Jordan's banks,' 255. | Pantheon at Athens, 188 n. Pelagius, 75.
‘On the day of the destruction of Pantheon at Rome, 136 n. 143. Pelayo, 570.

Jerusalem by Titus,' 258. Pantheon, 'Gaul's mimic dome,' 568. Pella, 96.
On the Star of the Legion of Ho- Pantisocracy,' 645, 798, 799. Pentelicus (now Mount Mendeli),
nour,' 875.
Panvinius, 136 n.

94 n. 191 n.
One struggle more, and I am free,' Paoli, General, 146 n.

Pepin, 327.
859.
Paper, 645.

Pera, 100.
O'Neil, Miss, actress, 351 n. Paper-money, 190, 735.

Perceval, Mr., 191 n.
Only children, 597, 598 n. |· Paradise Lost,' 52 n. 505 n. Peri, 69.
Opera, the, 59.

Paradise Regained,' ib.

Pericles, 188, 491 n.
Orators, 572.

* Paraphrase from the opening lines Perry, James, esq., 892.
Orchomenus, 854 n. "Lines writ of the Medea of Euripides,' 854. Persia, xvi.
ten in the travellers' book at,' Parcæ, 662

Persians, the, 768. Their doctrine
* Parenthetical Address, by Dr. Pla of the two principles, 746.
O'Reilly, General Count, 607.
| giary,' 863.

Pertinacity, 759.
Orestes, 141, 165.

Paris, city of, 101, 116 n. 327, Peru, 100.
Orford, Lord, 222 n.

569, 709.

Perugian Lake, 163.
*Origin of Love, Lines on being Paris, the Trojan, 132, 492, 656. Pescara, 338 n.
asked what was the,' 865. | Parisina, 271.

Peter Bell,' Wordsworth's, 646,
Orleans, duke of, 350.
Park, Mungo, 586 n.

800, 801.
Orosius, 136 n.

Parker, Sir Peter, ‘Elegiac Stanzas Peter, St.Church of, at Rome, 136 n.
Orpheus, 184, 645.

on the death of;' 872.

143, 144.

854.

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