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MARINO FALIERO, DOGE OF VENICE: AN HISTORICAL TRAGEDY.

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Lariso Faliero

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POEMS 1816-1823.

A very Mournful Ballad on the Siege Sonnet to the Prince Regent. On
and Conquest of Alhama. First

the Repeal of Lord Edward Fitz-

published, Childe Harold, Canto

gerald's Forfeiture. First pub-

IV., 1818

652 lished, Letters and Journals, ii. 234,

: Translation from Vittorelli. On å

235

Sun. First published, Childe

Stanzas. First published, “New

Harold, Canto IV., 1818

654 Monthly Magazine, 1832

659

On the Bust of Helen by Canova. Ode to á Lady whose Lover was
First published, Letters and Jour-

killed by a Ball, which at the same

sols, 1830, ïi. 61

655 time shivered a portrait next his

[Veace. A Fragment.] Ms. Murray 055 heart. MS. M.

660

So we'll

go no more a-roving. First The Irish Avatar. First published,

published, Letters and Journals,

Paris, September 19, 1821

662

1810, 79.

655 Stanzas written on the Road between

Lord Byron's Verses' on Sam

Florence and Pisa. First pub-

Rogers.) Question and Answer.

lished, Letters and Journals, 1830,

First published, Fraser's Maga-

ii. 566, note

665

sine, January, 1833, vol. vii. pp. Stanzas to a Hindoo Air. First pub-

82-84

656 lished, Works of Lord Byron

The Duel. vs. M.

656 To First published, New

Stanzas to the Po. First published,

Monthly Magazine, 1833

666

Centersations of Lord Byron, 1824 657

To the "Countess of Blessington.

Susaet on the Nuptials of the Mar-

First published, Letters and Jour-

quis Antonio Cavalli with the

nals, 1830

666

Countess Clelia Rasponi of Ra- Aristomenes. Canto First. ms. : 666

Yerna. MS. M.

665

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Translation of the Nurse's Dole in

the Medea" of Euripides. First

published, Letters and Journals,

1830, i. 227

1280

My Epitaph. First published, Letters

and Journals, 1830, i. 240 1280

Subsitute for an Epitaph. First

published, Lord Byron's Works,

1832, ix. 4

1281

Epitaph for joseph Blacket, late

Poet and Shoemaker. First pub-

lished, Lord Byron's Works, 1832,

1281

On Moore's Last Operatic Farce, or

Farcical Opera. "First published,

Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 295

(note)

1281

RC? Dalias.) First published,

Lite, Writings, Opinions, etc., 1825,

1281

År Ode to the Framers of the Frame

Bill. First published, Morning

Chronicle, March 2, 1812

1281

To the Honble Mrs George Lamb.

First published, The Two Duch-

estes, by Vere Foster, 1898, p. 374 1282

(La Revanche.) First published, 1903 1282

To Thomas Moore. Written the

Evening before his visit to Mr

Leigh Hunt in Horsemonger Lane

Gaol, May 19, 1813. First pub-

lished, Letters and Journals, 1830,

1283

On Lord Thurlow's Poems. "First

published, Letters and Journals,

1 1830, i. 396.

1283

To Lord Thurlow. First published,

Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 397 1283

The Devil's Drive. First published

(Stanzas 1-5, 8, 10-12, 17, 18),

Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 471-

474; and (stanzas 6, 7, 9, 13-16,

1927), 1903

1284

Windsor Poetics. First published,

Portical Works, Paris, 1819, vi. 125 1289

Another Version.) On a Royal Visit

to the Vaults. First published,

1289

Ich Dien. First published, 1903 1289

Coadolatory Address, to Sarah,

Countess of Jersey. First pub-

lished, The Champion, July 31,

1289

Fragment of an Epistle to Thomas

Moore. First published, Letters

end Journals, 1830, i. 561, 562

(note).

1290

Arswer to

's' Professions of

Affection. First published, 1903 1291

PAGE

On Napoleon's Escape from Elba.

First published, Letters and Jour-

nals, 1830, i. 611

1291

Endorsement to the Deed of Separa-

tion, in the April of 1816. First

published, Poetical Works, 1831, vi.

475

1291

[To George Anson Byron (?).] First

published, Nicnac, March 25, 1823 1292

Song for the Luddites. First pub-

lished Letters and Journals, 1830,

ii. 58

1292

To Thomas Moore. What are

you doing now?") First pub-

lished, Letters and Journals, 1830,

I292

To Mr Murray “ To hook the

Reader,” etc.). First published,

Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 91 1292

Versicles. First published, Letters

and Journals, 1830, ii. 87

1293

Quem Deus vult perdere prius de-

mentat. First published, Letters,

1900, iv. 93

1293

To Thomas Moore (“My boat is on

the shore”). First published, The

Traveller, January 8, 1821

1293

Epistle from Mr Murray to Dr

Polidori. First published, Letters

and Journals, 1830, ii. 139-141 1294

Epistle to Mr Murray. First pub-

lished, (stanzas 1, 2, 4, 7-9), Letters

and Journals, 1830, ii. 156, 157;

and (stanzas 3, 5, 6, 10, 11) Letters,

1900, iv. 191-193

1295

On the birth of John William Rizzo

Hoppner. First published, Letters

and Journals, 1830, ii. 134

1296

(E Nihilo Nihil; or, an Epigram

Bewitched.] First published, 1903 1296

To Mr Murray. First published,

Letters and Journals, 1830, ii.

171.

1297

Ballad. To the Tune of "Salley in

our Alley.” First published, 1903 1297

Another Simple Ballat.

First pub-

lished, 1903

1298

Epigram. From the French of Rule

hières. First published, Letters

and Journals, 1830, ii. 235 1299

Epilogue. First published, in

Walter Hamilton's Parodies, 1888,

v. 105,

1299

On my wedding-Day. First pub-

lished, Letters and Journals, 1830,

1299

Epitaph for William Pitt. ' First pub-

Tished, Letters and Journals, 1830,

1299

i. 401

p. 164

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