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Foote, Miss, the actress (afterwards
Countess of Harrington), iii. 80.
Foppery, xv. 94.
Forbes, Lady Adelaide, ii. 219.; iv.
28.
Forresti, G., ii. 183.
Forsyth, Joseph, esq., his ‘Italy,”
iv. 342. ; viii. 252.
Fortitude, viii. 149. 202. ; ix. 297, 298.
304. ; xvii. 147.
Fortune, ii. 27 n. : iii. 119. 338. ; vi.
. 391. ; viii. 149. 230. ; xi. 128. ; xii.
187. ; xv. 95.; xvi. 25. 64, 65.
Forty-parson power,’ xvi 315.
FoscARI, the Two; an Historical
Tragedy,’ v. 197. ; xiii. 197.
Foscolo, Ugo, iv. 141, 142. 348. 350. ;
xi. 87. ; xv. 79. His ‘Essay on
Petrarch," iii. 132. ; vi. 232. His
account of Pulci's ‘Morgante,’ xi.
189.
Fountain of Arethusa, Lord Byron's
visit to, vi. 73.
Fox, Right Hon. Charles James, ii.
208. ; iv. 105. “Lines on the death
of,’ vii. 103. Saying of, xiv. 265.
His grave, xiv. 266.
—, Henry, ii. 280. 292. ; iv. 25. ;
vi. 12.
Fox hunt, an English, xvii. 127.
FRANCEscA of RiMiNi; from the In-
ferno of Dante, iv. 293.; v. 89.;
xii. 1.
Francis, Sir Philip, the probable
author of “Junius,” iv. 92.; xii.
283.
-, Miss Eliza, xv. 97.
* Frankenstein,” Mrs. Shelley's, iii.
282. : iv. 149.
Franklin, Benjamin, ii. 273. ; xiv. 275.
281.
Frazer, Mrs., xvii. 240.
Frederick the Second, “ the only
monarch worth recording in Prus-
sian annals,’ i. 141. His flight from
Molwitz, xvi. 22.

* Free to confess,” the phrase, xvii
220.

Freedom, viii. 234. ; xvi. 327.

Free press in Greece, vi. 152.

Free will, xiv. 76.

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Gail, M., viii. 123.
Galignani, M., v. 25, 26. 31. 117. 125.
Galiongee, ix. 233.
Galileo, his tomb in Santa Croce, viii.
216.
Galt, John, esq., ii. 289. 300. His
“Life of Byron,’ i. xiv. His cha-
racter of Don Juan, xv. 34.
Gamba, Count Pietro, ii. 7 n. ; iv.
242. ; v. 43. 205. 242. ; vi. 63.73. 84.
113. 115. 134. 139. 179. 194.215. ; xv.
332.
* Game of Goose,” xvii. 60.
Gaming, i. 263 ; xvii. 41. 121.
Gandia, Duke of, interesting parti-
culars of his death, x. 64.
Garcilasso de la Vega, xv. 150.
Garrick, Sheridan's Monologue on, ii.
303.
Gay, Madame Sophie, iv. 314. ; v, i.
—, Mlle. Delphine, v. 1 n.
Gazelle, the, viii. 10.
Gell, Sir William, i. 230. ; ii. 295. ;
vii. 284. 28.4 n.
Review of his “ Geography of
Ithaca,” and “Itinerary of Greece,”
vi. 296.
Gemma, the wife of Dante, xi. 276.
Geneva, Lake of, iii. 268.
Genevra, Sonnets to, ix.43, 44.
* Gentlemen farmers,” xvi. 280.
George the Third, xii. 253.−296.
George the Fourth, v. 309.
“SoNNET to, on the repeal of Lord

Edward Fitzgerald's forfeiture,' xi.
315.
Georgians, beauty of the, xvi. 145.
147.
* Georgics,” a finer poem than the
AEneid, vi. 369.
Geramb, Baron, xii. 237.
Germany and the Germans, v. 73.
* Gertrude of Wyoming," ix. 89.
Gesner, his “Death of Abel,” xiv. 12.
Ghost, the Newstead, iii. 108.
Ghosts, xvii. 188. 194, 195. 205. 236.
Giaffar, Pacha of Argyro Castro, his
fate, ix. 237.
* Giant's Grave,” visit to, xvi. 61.
* GiaoUR, The; a Fragment of a
Turkish Tale," ix. 140,
See also ii. 188, 189, 190. 214.2%6.
230. 239. 242. 258. 324. ; v. 423,
293 m. ; ix. 145. 155.200.
Gibbon, Edward, esq., his remark on
public schools, i. 86 n. 90. ; xv. 135.
His acacia, iii. 246. His remark
on his own History, v. 310. His
character, viii. 182. His opinion on
the advantages of a public educa-
tion, xv. 135.
Gibraltar, straits of, viii. 75.
Giffard, Lees, esq., LL.D., xv. 6.
Gifford, William, esq. i. 243.; ii. 55,
56. 61. 64, 67. 144. 181. 215. 259.
318. ; iii. 32. 36. 227. 252. 298. 335.
344. ; iv. 10. 32. 63 m. 338.; v. 203.
232. 248. 306. ; vi. 164, 165. ; vii. 229.
272, 272 n. 273 n. ; ix. 100. ; x. 1. ;
xv. 80.; xvi. 108.
Gilchrist, Octavius, vi. 346. 350. 354.
383. 387. 393. 401. 407.
Giordani, Signor, vi. 262.
Giorgione, iv. 241. 286. His ‘pic-
ture of his wife,” iv. 241. ; xi. 110.
His judgment of Solomon, iv. 286.
Giraud, Nicolo, i. 349, ; ii. 43.
* Girl of Cadiz, viii. 56.
Gladiator, the dying, stanzas on, viii.
249. ; xvi. 30.
*ladiators, viii. 322.
Glenarvon,’ Lady Caroline Lamb's,
iii. 249. 251. 314. 373.; iv. 51.
Glenbervie, (Sylvester Douglas), first
Lord, his treatise on timber, ii.

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valuable as Muratori or Tiraboschi,
v. 96.
Grindenwald, the, iii. 253.265.
Gritti, Count, his sketch of a Vene-
tian noble, xii. 207.
* Grongar Hill,’ Dyer's, vi. 365.
Gropius, the Sieur, viii. 112.
Grosvenor, Earl (in 1832 created
Marquis of Westminster), ix. 70.
Guariglia, Signor, xvi. 39.
Guercino, iii. 300.
Guesclin, Du, Constable of France,
xiv. 271.
Guiccioli, Count, iv. 144. 165. 170.200.
256.262. 312. 315. 328.
, (Teresa Gamba), Countess,
i. xiv.; iv. 144, 145. 165. 170. 174.200.
231,232 n. 242.256.263. 271. 274. 295.
315. 319. 328. 331. ; v. 43. 51.85. 141.
205.217.219. 222. 238. 242. 271. 359 ,
vi. 56, 91.; xv. 165.
Guido, his Aurora, xvii. 130.
Guilford, Earl of, v. 296.
Guinguené, P. L., ii. 253. ; v. 96.
Gulley, John, the pugilist (in 1832
M. P. for Pontefract), vi. 309.
Gunpowder, xiv. 333. ; xvi. 225.
Gurney, Hudson, esq., his “Cupid and
Psyche,’ xv. 316.
, William Brodie, short-hand
writer, xv. 184.
Gynocracy, xvii. 213.

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Grainger, his “Ode to Solitude,” vi.
359.

Granby, Marquis of, xv. 110.

Grant, David, his “Battles and War
Pieces,’ i. 17.

, G., his “ Notes on Cain,’ xiv.

92.
* GRANTA; a Medley, vii. 44.
Granville, Dr., his recipe to escape
sea-sickness, xv. 207.
, Earl. See Gower.
Grattan, Right Hon. Henry, ii. 208. ;
iii. 234.
Gray, his description of Cambridge,
i. 196. His preference for his Latin
poems, ii. 18 m. An example of filial
tenderness, 38 n. His ‘Elegy,”
v. 109. ; vi. 362. 369. ; xv. 85. 333. ;
xvii. 102. His “Odes,’ xv. 85.
, May (Lord Byron's nurse), i.
13. 34.37. 54.
* Greatest living poets,’ xvii. 23.
Greece, past and present condition of,
v. 242. ; viii. 46, 73. 100, 101. 105. ;
ix. 83. 147. 151, 152. 207.; x 122. ;
xiv. 277. 321. ; xv. 322.
Greek islands, resources for an emi-
grant population in, vi. 48.
war song, “Astors roots, ix.
343. Translation of, ix.4.
Greeks, character of the, i. 318.
Cause of the purity with which
they wrote their own language, i.
145 m. Some account of the litera-
ture of the modern, viii. 123.
Gregson, the pugilist, vi. 399.
Grenville, (William Wyndham), Lord,
ii. 129, 130.
Grenvilles, the, xvii. 32.
Greville, Colonel, ii. 139. ; vii. 262,
262 m.
Grey, Charles (afterwards Earl Grey),
ii. 208.; iii. 19.; v. 76. ; xvii. 69.
Grey de Ruthven, Lord, i. 79. 216.
Grillparzer, his tragedy of Sappho,
v. 72. Character of his writings,
73.
Grimaldi, Joseph, Covent Garden
clown, i. 213.
Grimm, Baron, ii. 252. ; v. 81.95, 96.
102. His “ Correspondence’ as

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Habesci, Louis, xv. 316.
Hades, xiv. 64.
Hafiz, the oriental Anacreon, i. 146.
Hailstone, Professor, i. 115.
Hall, Captain Basil, iv. 129. Lord
Byron's letter to, 131. His inter
view with Napoleon, xiv. 268.
Hallam, Henry, esq., his review ot
Payne Knight’s “Taste, vii. 254,
254 n. 257.
Hamilton, Lady Dalrymple, iv. 150.
Hancock, Charles, esq., vi. 114. Lord
Byron's letters to, 121. 127. 131. 133.
139. 177.
Hannibal, saying of, ii. 94.

Hanson, John, esq. (Lord Byron's
solicitor), i. 57. 221. 300. 314, 357. ;
iii. 10. ; iv. 53. 126. ; vi. 10.
, Miss (afterwards Countess
of Portsmouth), i. 134. ; iii. 10, 11. ;
vi. 10.
Happiness, was born a twin,’ xv.
271. Holace's art of, xvi. 97. “An
art on which the artists greatly
vary,’ xvii. 87.
Hardinge, George, esq., xvii. 106.
“Hardyknute," iii. 163.
Harley, Lady Charlotte (the “ Ianthe'
to whom the first and second cantos
of “Childe Harold’ are dedicated),
ii. 186, 186 n. ; viii. 9.
, Lady Jane, iii. 186.
Harmodius, viii. 141.
and Aristogeiton, song on,
viii. 141 n. : xiv. 277.
“Harmony,' German colony in Ame-
rica so called, xvii. 167.
Harness, Rev. William, i. 70. ; ii. 98.
107. 138. His sermons quoted, i.
177 n.
Lord Byron's letters to, i. 202. 238. ;
ii. 93, 94 100.
Harpe, La, xiv. 284.
Harris, his “Philosophical Inquiries,”
i. 306 n.
Harrow, i. 61.77. 149. 182, 196, ; ii.
95. ; v. 334.
‘Lines on a change of masters at,"
vii. 37.
“On a distant view of the village
and school of, vii. 49.
“Written beneath an elm in the
churchyard of, vii. 185.
• On revisiting, vii. 208.
Harrowby, Earl of, ii. 129.
Hartington, Marquis of (afterwards
sixth Duke of Devonshire), i. 165,
Harvey, Mrs. Jane, iv. 150.
Hatchard, Mr. John, i. 242.
Havard, story of his tragedy, ix.
-87.
Hawke, Admiral Lord, xv. 110,
, (Edward Harvey), third Lord,
iii. 123. ; vii. 45.
Hay, Captain, iii. 123.
Hayley, William, esq., his ‘ Triumphs
History, viii. 153. ; xvi. 214.
Historians, xv. 326. List of, perused
by Lord Byron at nineteen, i. 140.
Hoare, Rev. Charles James, vii. 280.
Hobbes, Thomas, i. 143. His fear of
ghosts, xvii. 188.
Hobhouse, Right Hon. Sir John Cam,
Bart., his “Journey through Al-
bania' quoted, i. 297. ; ii. 9. ; viii.
65. 82. 91.; ix. 111. 113. ; xvi. 115.
His ‘Epistle to a young Nobleman
in love, vii. 299. Dedication to him
of the fourth canto of “Childe Ha-
rold, viii. 189.
His ‘Historical Notes to the fourth
Canto of Childe Harold, viii. 273.
See also, i. 95. 181–183. 185, 186.188.
243. 349. ; ii. 39. 49, 56.63. 98. 119.;
iii. 2, 4, 11. 253,254. 345. ; iv. 2, 3.
59. 62.72. 123. 273. ; v. 250. ; ix. 51.
71. 111.
Hoche, General, viii. 158. ; xv. 113.
* Hock and soda water,’ xv. 100. 273.
Hodgson, Rev. Francis, Lord Byron's
well-timed assistance to, i. 280 m.;
ii. 108. His ‘Friends,’ iv. 143. ;
xv. 92. His character of Pope,
92.
“LiNesto, written on board the Lis-
bon packet,” vii. 305.
“EPistle to, in answer to some lines
exhorting Lord Byron to “banish
care,” ix. 11.
Lord Byron's letters to, i. 222, 225.
272. 277, 278. 321. 343. 354. ; ii. 77.
97.99. 118, 129. ; iii. 40.
See also, i. 222, 227,227 n. ; ii. 69.73.
83.87. 108. 227. 234. 255. 262. 287,
287 n. 323. ; iii. 5, 6, 100. 123. 313. ;
v. 153.; vii. 281.
Hogg, James, the Ettrick shepherd,
iii. 98, 99. 101. 109, 110.; iv. 352. ;
xv. 96, 97.
Holbein, his “Dance of Death,’ xvii.
169.
Holcroft, Thomas, his “ Memoirs,”
iii. 296.
Holderness, Lady, i. 53.
Hole, Rev. Richard, xv. 86.
Holford, Miss, xv. 96.
Holland, Lord, i. 246. ; ii. 120. 129. 208.

of Temper, vii. 243. ; xv. 80. ; xvii.
212. Advice to, vii. 243 n.
Hayreddin, ii. 266.
Hazlitt, William, his style, v. 91. His
charge of inconsistency against
Lord Byron, xv. 111. His character
of ‘Don Juan,’ 27.
Hearer, a good one, xvii. 129.
Hearing, second, superstition of, ix.
190.
* Heaven AND EARTH; a Mystery,”
xiii. 1.
Heber, Reginald (Bishop of Calcutta),
viii. 222, 237. ; xii. 47. ; xiii. 66.
194. 205. ; xiv. 17. 105, ; xvi. 47.
Critical notes by, vii.-xvii. passim.
“Hebrew Melodies," iii. 141. 150.
190. ; x. 71.
Hecla, xiv. 273. ; xvii. 187.
Helen, “the Greek Eve,” xvii. 141.
* LINEs on Canova's bust of, iii. 323. ;
x. 316.
Hell, “paved with good intentions,”
xii. 265.
Hellespont, i. 316. 323. ; v. 131, 132. ;
vii. 315. ; 1x, 228. ; xv. 246.
“Hells,’ St. James's, ix. 66, ; xvii. 14.
Hemans, Mrs., her ‘Restoration," iii.
255. Character of her poetry, iv.
321. 343.
Henley, Orator, i. 272.
Henry, Patrick, “the forest-born De-
mosthemes,’ xiv. 281.
Herbert, Rev. William, iv. 321. ; vii.
254, 254 n.
Hero and Leander, i. 316. 323, 324.
Herod's Lament for Mariamne, x. 93.
Hesperus, xv. 332.
Heterodoxy, xvi. 132.
Highgate, burlesque oath adminis-
tered at, viii. 49.
* Highland welcome,” xvi. 137.
Hill, Aaron, v. 55.
—, Thomas, esq., the patron of
Kirke White and Bloomfield, vii.
270. ; xv. 9.
‘Hills of Annesley, bleak and bar-
ren,’ vii. 43.
* Hi Nts FRoy HoRAcr., ix 47. See
also, i. 350. ; ii. 13, 14. 70 78. ; iv.
296,296 n. 340, ; v. 34.

259. , vii. 257,257 m. His character
of Voltaire, xvi. 122.
Lord Byron's letters to, ii. 122. 130.
154. 159. 162, 163. 165. 167. 176.
Holland, Lady, ii. 259. 283. ; iii. 93.;
vii. 258, 258 m.
, Dr., i. 295. ; ii. 242. ; viii.
93.
Hollar, his “Dance of Death,” xvii.
169. *
Holmes, Mr., the miniature painter,
v. 141.224.
Home, viii. 108. ; ix. 329. ; xv. 160
Sight of, after absence, xv. 296.
* Without hearts, there is no,”
308.
Homer, geography of, v. 70. ; xvi. 36.
47. Visit to the school of, vi. 73.
Iliad, xv. 84.; xvi. 207. Odyssey,
xv. 297. His catalogue of ships,
xvii. 101.
Hook, Theodore, esq., vii. 258, 258 m.
260.
Hope, Thomas, esq., viii. 72.; ix.49.
His “ Anastasius,” iv. 342.
Hoppner, R. B., esq., his account of
Lord Byron's mode of life at Ve-
nice, iv. 82. 224.
* LiNEs on the birth of his son,’ iv.
86.
Lord Byron's letters to, iv. 61.75.87.
158. 168. 171. 244, 247. 249. 252. 268.
271. 275,276. 298. 803. 317.
See also, v. 141. 174, 185. 189. 209.
Horace, Lord Byron's early dislike to,
i. 108. ; viii. 226. His “Justum et
tenacem' translated, vii. 23. “The
scholar of love," xv. 282. His
* Nil admirari,’ xvi. 97.; xvii. 87.
Quoted, iii. 4. ; xvi. 114, 115, 195.
197. ; xvii. 143.
* Horace in London," ii. 184. ; xvi.
83.
* Horae Ionicae," ii. 62.
Horner, Francis, esq., ii. 282. 364.
Horestan Castle, i. 1.
Horton, Right Hon. Robert Wilmot
(now Sir Robert), xv. 126.
, Mrs. (now Lady) Wilmot,

x. 75.
Houris, xvi. 254.

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