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the subject, that, on referring to the deed in question, no such clause is to be found; that this instrument was signed in London by the Hon. Douglas Kinnaird, as Lord Byron's procurator, and witnessed by Richard Williams, Esq., one of the partners in Mr. Kinnaird's banking-nouse; and that the signature of Captain Medwin is not affixed. J. M. 2nd Nov.

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INDEX.

The Roman letters refer to the Volume; the Arabic figures to the Page.

A.

Asencessage, xiv. 279.
Aberdeen, town of, i. 11. 34., xvi. 309.
Aberdeen (George Hamilton Gordon),
fourth earl of, vii. 254. ; viii. 72.
Abernethy, John, esq, surgeon, xvi.
317.
“Absalom and Achitophel,’ character
of, xv. 88.
Absence, consolations in, ii. 279. Re-
sults of, xv. 296.
Absent friend, pleasure of defend-
ing, xvii. 231.
Abstinence, the sole remedy for ple-
thora, iii. 337.
Abydos, i. 316.321.323; v. 129.; vi. 281.
See Bride of Abydos.
Abyssinia, Lord Byron's project of
visiting, ii. 232.
Academical studies, effect of, on the
imaginative faculty, i. 197.
Acerbi, Giuseppe, iii. 307.
Acheron, lake, viii. 87.
Acherusia, viii. 85.
Achilles, his person, xiii. 319.; xvii.
141. Tomb of, xvi. 36, 37.47.
“Achitophel,’ xv. 330.
Acropolis of Athens, viii. 65.
Actium, remains of the town of, i.295.
Sea-fight of, viii. 82.84.; xvi. 134.
Actors, an impracticable race, iii. 185.
Ada, iii. 195. See Byron, Augusta-
Ada.
Adair, Robert, esq. i. 335. 341. ; ii. 9.
Adams, John, a carrier, who died of
drunkenness, epitaph on, vii. 209.
Addison, Joseph, his character as a

poet, i. 197. His conversation, vi.
354. His “Drummer, vi. 392. His
account of a remarkable dream, xvi.
17. His “faint praise,’ xvii. 231.
* Adieu, the;’ written under the im
pression that the author would soon
die, vii. 195.
* Adieu, adieu ! my native shore, viii.
16.
Admiration, xv. 284.5 xvi. 97.
“Adolphe,” Benjamin Constant's, its
character, iii. 251.
Adrian's address to his soul when
dying, translation of, vii. 20.
Adversity, iii. 205. ; xvi. 5, ; xvii. 57
134.
Advice, xv. 182. ; xvii. 165. 197.
* AEneid, the," written for political
purposes, ii. 60.
AEschylus, i. 64. His “Prometheus,”
iv. 67. His ‘Seven before Thebes,”
68. Translation from his “Prome-
theus Vinctus,’ vii. 27. His ‘Per-
sians’ quoted, xv. 321.
Africa, and Africans, described, xvi.
27.
Agamemnon, xv. 114.
‘Agathon, Wieland's history of, iv.
236.
Age, viii. 136.
* Age of Bronze; or, Carmen Secu.
lare et Annus haud Mirabilis,’ xiv.
263.
Age of Gold, xvi. 152.
Ages, changes produced by the lapse
of, xvi. 6.
Aglietti, Dr., iv. 98.126, 129.
Agrarian law, xvi. 311.

Ajax, viii.68. Sepulchre of, ix. 229.;
xvi. 36, 37. -
Albania, i. 299. 316. ; viii. 81. 112.
Albano Hill, description of the, viii.
263. 324.
Albanian dialect of the Illyric, speci.
mens of, viii. 115.
Albanians, their character and man-
ners, i. 299. 316. ; viii. 90,91. 94.112.
Their resemblance to the high-
landers of Scotland, 113.
Albano, viii.263.
Albano, Francesco, xvii. 100.
Alberoni, Cardinal, ii. 266.
Albion, sensations at the first sight of
her chalky belt, xvi. 326.
Albrizzi, Countess, some account of,
iii. 318. Her conversazioni, iv.
212. Her ‘Ritratti di Uomini
Illustri,” 213. Her portrait of Lord
Byron, 214. -
Albuera, battle of, viii. 37.
Alder, Mr., vi. 10.
Alcibiades, beauty of his person, xiii.
315. General charm of his name,
315. His character, 315 m.; xvii.
158.
Alexander the Great, his exclamation
to the Athenians, i. 12. His visit to
the tomb of Ajax, ix. 229. ; xvi. 36.
His sarcophagus, xiv.266,267. His
chastity, xv.269.; xvi. 70. His reply
to Parmenio after the battle of
Issus, xvi. 120.
Alexander, Emperor of Russia, his
character, xiv. 284. ; xvi. 165.; xvii.
145.
Alfieri, Vittorio, his description of
his first love, i. 26. Effect of the
representation of his “Mira” on
Lord Byron, iii. 77. ; iv. 180, 180 m.
His conduct to his mother, iii. 127.
His tomb in the church of Santa
Croce, iv. 12.; viii. 216. Coinci-
dences between the disposition and
habits of Lord Byron and, vi. 233.
His memory dear to the Italians,
viii. 297.
His “Life" quoted, i. 45.; ii. 5. ;
viii. 193.
ii. 64. 5 iii 6.; iv. 342.

Alfred Club, ii. 99. 106.; iii. 233.; vi.
20.
Algarotti, Francesco, his treatment of
Lady M. W. Montagu, iv. 126.
Ali Pacha of Yanina, account of, i.
290, 317. ; vi. 350. Lord Byron's
visit to, i. 294. His letter in Latin
to Lord Byron, ii. 242. Portrait of,
viii. 85.93 His assassination, 93.
His murder of Giaffar, pacha of
Argyro Castro, ix. 237. The ori-
ginal of Lambro, xvi. 23.
* ALL is vanity, saith the Preacher,’ x.
88.
* Alla Hu !” ir. 177.
Allegra (Lord Byron's natural daugh-
ter), iv. 133,133 m., 164. 172.241.246.
255.299. ; v. 78. 141.174.
Her death, v. 328, 329, 330, 362.
Inscription for a tablet to her me-
mory, v. 335.
Allen, John, esq., “a Helluo of books,’
ii. 302.
Alpinula, Julia, her death, viii. 162.
Her affecting epitaph, 162 n.
Alps, the, described, viii. 160.
Althorp, Viscount, iii. 20.59.
Alvanley (William Arden), second
Lord, iii. 232.
Amber, susceptible of a perfume, ix.
230.
Ambition, viii. 150, 151,152. ; xi. 56.;
xiii. 320.; xvi. 200. 290.
Ambracian Gulf stanzas written in
passing the, vii. 314. Reflections on
the past and present state of, viii.
84, 84 m.
Ambrosian library at Milan, Lord
Byron's visit to, iii. 300.
America, viii. 233. ; xvii. 166.
*Americani,” patriotic society so
called, v. 105.
Americans, v. 200.
* Amitié est l’Amour eans Ailes,” vil.
161.
Amulets, the belief in, universal in
the East, ix. 230.
Amurath, Sultan, iii. 22.
Anacreon, his ‘8taw Asyu, Arguozz'
translated, vii. 24. His Msgrovvarious
aroff' weals translated, vii. 25. His

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