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Peter the Great, 571.

Pisa, xxviii. 158, 161.

Peter the Third, of Russia, 718 n. Pisani, Vettor, 159.
722.
Pisse-Vache, the, 135 n.
Pistoia, 161.
Pistol, 652.
Pistol-firing, xiv. n. 13 n.
Pitt, Right Hon. William, 24, 25.
His additions to our parliamentary
tongue, 172. His grave next
that of Fox, 567. The pilot
that weather'd the storm,' 572.
His disinterestedness, 712. Epi-
taph for,' 897.
Pitti Palace, 132 n.
Pizarro, 83, 569, 570.
Plagiarism, 237 n. 274 n. 476 n.
589 n.

Planter of the Lion, 128.
Platea, plain of, 99, 115 n.
Plato, his lines on the tomb of The-
mistocles, 196. His character
of Socrates, 491. His Dialogues,
767. His reply to Diogenes,

Peterborough, Lord, 192 n. 813.
Petersburgh, 102, 710, 714.
Pétion, 592, 593 n.

Petrarch, his house at Arqua, 130.
His laureat crown, 133, 159.
His fountain and tomb, 154.
His portrait in the Manfrini pa-
lace, 308 n. On the conspiracy
of Marino Faliero, 392. 'The
Platonic pimp of all posterity,
662. Crowned in the Capitol,
801. See also, 129, 130, 133,
153, 637.

Petticoat, garment of a mystical
sublimity,' 754.

Petticoat government, 773.
Petticoat influence, 754.
Petty, Lord Henry (now Marquis
of Lansdowne), 10, 23, 57.
Phædra and Hippolitus, 674.
Phalaris, bull of, 570 n.
Pharsalia, 166 n. 491 n.
Phidias, 189 n. 339.
Philanthropy, 91.

Philip II. of Spain, 161, 241.
Philip of Macedon, 83 n. 571.
Phillips, Ambrose, his 'Pastorals,''Pleasures of Hope,' 62 n. 222 n.
'Pleasures of Imagination,' 305 n.
Phillips, Charles, esq. (the barris-Pleasures of Memory,' 62 n.
ter), 792.
'Lines written on a blank leat
of,' 862.

829.

Philopappus, 191 n. 825.
'Philo-progenitiveness,' 737.
Philosophy, 615, 635, 767.
Phoenix, Sheridan's story of the,
829 n. 863 n.

Phrygia, 68.

Phyle, Fort, 93, 189.

Physicians, 722.

Piazzetta, at Venice, 150, 307.
'Pibroch,' 16, 47.
Pickersgill, Joshua, his 'Three Bro-
thers' the foundation of 'The De-
formed Transformed,' 488 n.
Picton, Sir Thomas, 115 n.
Picture, a, is the past,' 770.
Pictures, 132 n. 773.
Pie' di Lup lake, 135 n.
Pietro ad Vincula, St., Church of, at
Rome, 252 n.

Pigot, Dr., 'Reply to some Verses
of, on the cruelty of his mistress,'

25.

772.

Platonic love, 601, 604, 605 n. 717.
Playhouse bill, origin of, 177 n.
Propriety of repealing it, 178 n.
Pleasure, 91, 605, 606, 614. A
stern moralist,' 642.

Pompey, his statue, 137, 163. His
Pillar, 568. A hero, conqueror,
and cuckold,' 635.
Pope, his Essay on Man,' 62 m.
His 'Pastorals,' 178. Systema-
tic depreciation of, 799. Har-
mony of, ib. His versification,
802. His imagination, ib. His
'Rape of the Lock,' ib. His
character of Sporus, ib. List of
his disciples, 803. Passages of!
his earliest poems quoted, 803 n..
His Essay upon Phillips's Pas-
torals' a model of irony, 829.
His Homer,' ib. His 'Eloisa,'
837. The principal inventor of
modern gardening, 839. Letter
on Bowles's Strictures on the
Life and Writings of,' 821. 'Se-
cond Letter,' 832. See also, xvii.
xxxii. 51 n. 179 n. 799-804,
823, 829, 833-836, 848 .
Popular applause, 643.
Popular discontent, progress of, 702.
Popularity, 660.
Poro, 260 n.
Porphyry, 82 n.

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Porson, Professor, anecdotes of,

22n. His 'Devil's Walk,' 867 m.
Portland (William Henry Caven-
dish), third Duke of, 65.
Portolongo, 159.

Portpatrick, 816.

Portrait painter, agonies of a, 826.
Portsmouth, 581, 710 я.

Pliny, 142, 156 n.
Plutarch's Lives,' 291 n. 589 n. Portugal, xviii. 67, 76 n.
Portuguese, the, characterised, 72,,
72 n. 75 n.
Possession, 649.
Posterity, 590, 736.
Potemkin, Prince, 102, 694. His
instructions to Suwarrow before [
the siege of Ismail, 694. His cha-
racter, 694 n.
Potiphar's wife, 217 n. 674.
Pouqueville, M. de, 89 n. 664 n.
Character of his writings, 100, ¦

Mitford's abuse of, 736.
Plymley, Peter (Rev. Sidney Smith),
57 n. His 'Letters,' 775 n.
Po, the river, 131. 'Stanzas to
the,' 895.

Pigot, Miss, 23 n. 26 n. 'Lines
to,' 26.

Pillans, James (Professor of huma-
nity at Edinburgh), 57.
Polenta, Francesca da, 899 n.
Pillar of the Place Vendôme, 568. Polidori, Dr., xiv. n. 798. His
Pindar, 80 n. 643.
'Vampire,' 798 n. His tragedy,
Pindar, Peter, 407 n.
892 n.
'Epistle from Mr. Mur-
Pindemonte, Ippolito, 126.
ray to,' 892.
Rose's character of, 571 n. Polybius, 162.
Pindus, Mount, 88, 89.
Piræus, 131, 268.
Pirates, described, 224.
Pirates of Barrataria, 240 n.

Mr.

Polycrates, 344.

Polygamy, 676, 681, 707.
Polyzois, 101.
Pompadour, Madame de, 350.

Poetry, new school, of, xvii. 800,
802. Nothing so difficult as a
beginning in, 647. 'Is a passion,
660. Present state of English,
799. Descriptive, 828. Ethical,
the highest of all, ib.
Poets, unfitted for the calm affec-
tions and comforts of domestic
life, xxi. 877 n. Amatory, 661.
Duties of; 706. The greatest
living,' 731. See also, 799-
804, 828.

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Poggio, his exclamation on looking
down on Rome, 131 n.
Poland, 569, 723.
Polenta, Guido da, 158, 659 n. | Prayer, 507, 508.
899 n.
'Prayer of Nature,' 39.
Presle, Mile., 59.
Pretension, absence of, 761.
Previsa, 92.

101.

Poussin, his picture of the Deluge,'
426 n.

Power, Mr., music-seller, 873 n.
Powell, Mr., 59.
Prague, 533, 555, 561.
Pratt, Samuel Jackson, 61 n. 62 m.
185 n. His 'Sympathy,' 54.
Praxiteles, 189.

Priam, King, 65 n. 492.
Pride, 507, 508, 648, 744.
Prince Regent, a finished gentle-
man from top to toe,' 742. Lord
Byron's introduction to, 742 x.
Lines to, on his being seen
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to the genius and constitution of
the English, ib.

Pulci, his Morgante Maggiore,'

324. Sire of the half serious
rhyme,' 324, 648.

Pultowa, battle of, 317, 324 n.
Puns, 137.

Pye, Henry James, esq., 50, 407.
Pygmalion, statue of, 684, 715.
Pyramids of Egypt, 568, 615.
Pyramus and Thisbe, 668.

Pyrenees, the, 83.

Pyrrhic dance, 97, 639, 644.
Pyrrho, the doubting philosopher,

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Reggio, 155.

Regnard, his hypochondriacism,
836, 901 n.
Reichenbach, the, 135 n.
Reichstadt (Napoléon François
Charles Joseph), Duke of, 574,
774n.

Reinagle, R. R., his chained

113 n.

855 n.

His Greek War-song,

“Δεύτε παῖδες,” 105, and Trans-
lation, 854.

Rimini, Francesca of,' 899.
Ring, the matrimonial, 717.
Ritchie, David, the Black Dwarf,'

of Mucklestane Moor, 488 3.
Riva della Paglia, 385.
eagle,River that rollest by the ancient
walls,' 895.

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Religion, Lord Byron's opinions on,
xxix. xxxi. 39, 40, 84, 137,
296 n. 507 n., 604n., 646. Vari-Rochefoucault, Sayings of, 125 n.
ableness of, 84, 668, 767.
Religious opinions, folly of prosecu-
tions for, 680.
Rembrandt, 748.

Remember him, whom passion's
power,' 865.
'Remembrance,' 37.
'Remind me not, remind me not,'
849.
Remorse, 201, 526.

'Quarterly Review,' 409, 614. Cri- Renown, 693.

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690.

Rogers, Samuel, esq., his 'Plea-
sures of Memory,' 62 n. 222 n.
613. His Jacqueline,' 62 n.
242 n. Dedication of the 'Giaour
to, 195. His 'Columbus,' 195 n.
His 'Italy' quoted, 304 n. 358n.
467 n. 487 n. His translation of
Zappi's sonuet on the Statue of
Moses, 340n. Sonnet to,' 898. !
'Lines to,' 904. His tribute to
the memory of Lord Byron, 905 n.
See also xii. n. xxii. 62, 800, 822,
862 n. 865 n. 881 n. 904.
Roland, 68.

Rolandini, 226 n.
Romagna, xxvii.

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Romaic, or modern Greek lan-
guage, remarks on, with specimens
and translations,' 104-111.
Romaic dance, 97. Authors, list
of, 104. War-song,' 105, 854.
'Song,' 855. 'Love song,' 864.
Roman Catholic religion, 40 n. 813.
Roman Daughter, story of the, 143,
Romance muy doloroso del Sitio y
Toma de Alhama,' translated,
889.

Romance, Lines to,' 27.
Romanelli, physician, 97, 854.
Rome, described, 131, 298. The
city of the soul,' and 'Niobe
of nations,' 136. Sackage of,
337 n. 501 n. See also, xxiv.
136 n. 499, 826.
Romilly, Sir Samuel, 595, 733,

797.

Romulus, temple of, 164, 165.
Roncesvalles, 327, 726.
Rooms, large ones comfortless, 667. Sallust, 689.

Roque, Monsieur, 99.

Salonica, 99.

Rosa Matilda, 61, 64.
Rosbach, battle of, 350.
Roscius, 24, 862.

Roscoe's Leo the Tenth,' 253 n.
Roscommon, 60.
Rose, William Stewart, esq., his
'Sonnet to Constantinople,' 93 n.
His Essay on Whistlecraft,'
307 n.
His Picture of a de-
cayed Venetian Nobleman,' 393.
His character of Pindemonte,
571 n.

Salvator Rosa, 748.
Salviati, Leonard, 155.
Samuel, the Prophet, 256.
Sandwich, Lord, 680 n.
Sanguinetto, river, 134, 163.
Santa Croce, 133, 156.
Santa Maura, 88 n.
Sanuto, extract from, 388.
Sapienza, 355, 358.
Sappho, 88, 598, 635.
Saracens, picture of, at Newstead,
3 n.

Rose-glaciers, 119 n.

'Rose-water,' 837.

Rostopchin, General, 192.

Rothschild, Baron, 574 n. 735.
Roumelia, 218.

Rousseau, Jean Jacques, his 'Con-

Ross, Rev. Mr. (Lord Byron's tutor Sardanapalus; a Tragedy, 429.
at Aberdeen), xii.
Sardinia, xviii.
Sardis, 818.
Satan, 401.

Rossini, 773 n.

Satanic school, 395, 396 n.
Saul,Thou whose spell,' 256.
'Song of, before his last Battle,'
ib.
Savage, Richard, 831.
Savary, 874 n.
Savoy, 241, 278.
Saxe, Count, 36 n.
Scalanovo, Port of, 230.
Scaligers, tomb of the, 571.
Scamander, 656.
Scandal, 600, 611.
Scanderbeg, 96.
Scepticism, 296.
Schaffhausen, fall of, 135 n.
Schiller, his Ghost-seer,' 15 n.

His 'Wallenstein,' 296 n. 594 n.
Schlegel, Frederick, his writings,
$99 n.
Schlick, M., 392 n.
'School for Scandal,' 351 n.
Schroepfer, 778.

fessions,' 120 n. His marriage,
834. His 'Héloïse,' 888 n. See
also, xxiii. 120, 121, 123, 124,
278 n. 690, 758, 838, 848 n.
Rovero, 159.

Rovigo, 154.

Rowe, the dramatist, 828.
Rubicon, the, 568.

Rufinella, villa of, 169.

Rumour, 'a live gazette,' 761.
Rupert, Prince, 3.
Rushton, Robert (the 'little page'
in Childe Harold), 71 n.
Russia, 570.
Rustica, 169.

Rycquius, 164, 165.

St. Peter's, at Rome, 136 n. 143,
144, 339, 826.

St. Sophia, at Constantinople, 93,
143. Not to be compared with
St. Paul's Cathedral, 662.
Sainte Palaye, M. de, 68.
Salamanca, 619.
Salamis, 197, 570, 644.
Salerno, 151.
Salisbury, Countess of, 68.
Salisbury Plain, 403, 825.

S.

Sabbath in London, 79, 80.
Sabellicus, his description of Venice,

127 n.
Sabine Hills, 146, 169.
Sade, Abbé de, 152, 153.
Sadness, 95.

Safety lamp, 606.

St. Angelo, castle of, 143, 501.
St. Bartholomew flayed alive, 666.
St. Francis, his recipe for chastity,
682.

St. Helena, 567, 568, 574.
St. James's Palace, 729.
St. Mark, at Venice, 128, 149.
St. Paul's, at London, 827.

Saragoza, Maid of, 78, 570. Sieges Sea-coal fires, 749.
of, 78 n. 82.

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mion,' 51, 275n. His review of
'Childe Harold' in the Quar-
terly,' 67 n. 797. His 'Vision
of Don Roderick,' 76 n. 'The
Ariosto of the North,' xxii. 131.
His novels a new literature in
themselves,' 131 n. His 'Tales
of my Landlord,' 325. His 'Black
Dwarf,' 488. Dedication of
'Cain' to, 504, 506 n. His 'De-
monology,' 746 n. His opinion
of Don Juan,' 789. His Bridal
of Triermain,' and 'Harold the
Dauntless,' 804. His dog Maida,
848 n. See also, xi. xxxii. 40 n.
51 n. 63, 67, 76, 172, 179, 720,
731, 736, 742 n. 765, 876 m.
Critical notes by, passim.
Scott, Mr., of Aberdeen, 835.
Scriptures, 506, 750.
Sculpture, 826. The most artificial
of the arts, 132 n. More poetical
than nature, 826.
Scutari, 218 n.
Sea-attorney, 637.

Scio, isle of, 101, 215.
Scipio Africanus, 499.
Scipios, tomb of the, 136, 159.
Scorching and drenching,' 624 n.
Scorpion, 200, 201.
Scotland, 189, 720.
Scott, Sir Walter, his first acquaint-
ance with Lord Byron, xxi. His
tribute to his memory, xxii. 789.
His Lay of the Last Minstrel,'
51, 90, 736, 765 m. His Mar-


Sea-sickness, remedies for, 616,617.
Seale, Dr. John, his 'Greek Metres,"

11.

Sea-walls between the Adriatic and
Venice, inscription on, 774 n.
'Seasons,' Thomson's, would have
been better in rhyme, 173 n. 802.
Inferior to his Castle of Indo-
lence,' ib.

Sebastiani, 102.

Seduction, 35 n. 87 n.

Ségur, Count, his character of
Prince Potemkin, 694 n.

Seine, the river, 569.
Sejanus, 898.

Self-love, 682, 717.

Semiramis, 433, 668.
Seneca, 336 n.

Sennacherib, Destruction of,' 259.
Senses, duty of not trusting the, 752.
Septimius Severus, 164. Arch of,
165.

Seraglio, interior of, 684, 688.
Seraphin, of Periclea, 104.
Serassi, his 'Life of Tasso,' 54.
Servetus, 178.

Sesostris, 552, 567.
Sestos, 215.

Lines after swim-
ming from,' 853.

Schwartzenburg, Prince, 118 n.
Sciarro, Marco di, 304 n.
Scimitars, Turkish, characters on, Settle, Elkanah, 799.

217.

'Seven before Thebes,' 300 n.

Seven Towers, prison of the, 676.
Seville, 77, 79, 594, 631 N.
Seward, Anne, 801.

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Sewell, Sir John, LL.D., 505 n.
Sforza, Francesco, 468 n.
Sforza, Ludovico, 279 n.
Sgricci, Signor, 157.
Shadwell, Sir Lancelot, 505 m.
Shadwell, Thomas, 173 n.
Shakspeare, 67 n., 289 m., 645,
758. His obligations to North's,

• Plutarch,' 589 n. His infelici-Slavery, 662, 663; of the great, Southerne, dramatist, 828.
tous marriage, 637 n. Will have

his decline, 828 n.
Sharpe, Richard, esq., 505 n.
Shaving, miseries of, 754.
She-epistle described, 751.

She walks in Beauty,' 254.
Shee, Sir Martin (president of the
Royal Academy), his 'Rhymes on
Art,' 63.

Sheffield, 55, 60.

Shelley, Percy Bysshe, esq., xvii.
xxviii. 396 n. 488 n. 768 n. 798,
902 n.

Shelley, Mrs., 488 n.

kenstein,' 818 n.
Shenstone, 801.

664.

Sleep, 628, 630, 656, 686. Sir T.
Browne's encomium on, 651 n.
Sligo, Marquis of, his letter on

the origin of the 'Giaour,' 195 n.
Smedley, Rev. Mr., his 'Sketches
of Venetian History,' 357 n. 463
-465 n.

Smith, Rev. Sidney, 56.
The re-
puted author of 'Peter Plymley's
Letters,' 57 n. 775 n. His 'twelve-
parson power,' 721 n. • Peter
Pith,' 775.

Her 'Fran- Smith, Mrs. Spencer, account of,
xviii. 852 n. See Florence.'
Smith, William, esq., his attack on
Mr. Southey in the House of
Commons, 397, 409, 798.
Smoking, 582.
Smollett, xxxii. 658, 678.
Smyrna, 818.

His

His

Sheridan, Right Hon. Richard
Brinsley, 58, 880 n. 898. Com-
pared with Colman, 58 n.
lines on Waltzing, 194 n.
eloquence, 733, 881. His 'Cri-
tic,' 792. His phoenix story,
829 n. 863 n. Monody on the
Death of,' 880. Defence of, 881.
His speech against Mr. Hastings,
881, 882 n. His conversation,
881 n.
'Whatever he did was
the best of its kind,' 882 n.
Sheridan, Thomas, esq., 58 n.
Sheridan, Mrs. Thomas, her Car-

well,' 58 n.

Ship of war, description of, 85, 86.
Shipwreck, description of a, 617–
621.

Smythe, Professor, 64 n.

So we'll go no more a roving,' 892.
Sobieski, 263.

Southey, Robert, esq., LL.D., his

person, manners, prose, and
poetry, 52 n. His 'Old Woman
of Berkeley,' 52. His 'Dactylics
and Sapphics,' 52 n. His 'Ma-
doc, 52, 184, 800. His 'Thala-
ba,' 52, 800. His 'Joan of Arc,'
52, 173 n. 184, 800. His 'Don
Roderick' and 'Life of Nelson,'
53 n. His 'Curse of Kehama,' 183,
800. His 'Wat Tyler,' 395, 397,
798. His Inscription for Henry
Martin' the Regicide, 397. His
'Letter to Mr. William Smith,'
410, 798. His 'Pilgrimage to
Waterloo,' 615. His 'Pantiso-
cracy,' 645, 798, 799. Dedica-
tion of Don Juan' to, 589. See
also, 394-416, 613, 646, 719,
722, 731, 732, 795, 798, 800,
830.

Southwell, xiv., theatricals at, 24 n.
Church of, 29 n.
Spagnoletto, 748.

Society, 664, 740, 741, 749, 750, Spain, xviii. 67, 82.
753, 759.
Spartan's epitaph, 128.

Socrates, 187, 491, 680, 690, 743, Speeches at Harrow, xiii. 12, 24 n.

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'Shipwreck,' Falconer's, 824, 827. Solitude, 86, 122, 130, 146, 475, Spenser, Edmund, his measure, 68,

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223.

Sphinx, the, 825.

Spinola, 338 n.

Spinosa, 825.

'Song-Do you know Doctor Nott,' Spoleto, 134 n. 163.

903.

Song for the Luddites,' 891.
Song of Saul before his last battle,'

256.

Songs of the Venetian gondoliers,
127, 148, 605.
Sonnets-on Chillon,' 278; 'to
Genevra,' 866; to Lake Le-
man,' 888; from Vittorelli,' 891;
'to George the Fourth, on the
repeal of Lord Edward Fitzge-
rald's forfeiture,' 896; to Sa-
muel Rogers, esq.,' 898.

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Sporus, Pope's character of, 802.
Spurzheim, Dr., 737 n.
Staël, Madame de, tribute to her
memory, 156. Her de l'Alle-
magne,' 212 n. Her Corinne'
quoted, 611. See also 644, 797,
876 n., 888 n.
Stamboul (Constantinople), 93, 99.
Stanhope, Hon. Col. Leicester,
xxix. xxxi. 188 n. 905 n.
Stanzas :-'to a lady with the
poems of Camoens,' 8; 'to Inez,'
81; Tambourgi! Tambourgi!
thy larum afar,' 92; to a lady
on leaving England,' 850; "to
Florence,' 852; 'composed during
a thunder-storm,' ib.; 'written on
passing the Ambracian Gulf,' 853;
'Away, away, ye notes of woe,'
859; 'One struggle more, and I
am free,' ib.; And thou art
dead,' etc., 860; If sometimes
in the haunts of men,' 861;
"Thou art not false, but thou art
fickle,' 864; 'on being asked
what was the origin of love,' 865;
'Remember him,' etc., ib.; 'I

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speak not, I trace not,' 870,
'There be none of Beauty's
daughters,' 872; Elegiac, on
the death of Sir Peter Parker,' ib.;
'There's not a joy the world can
give,' 873; 'on the Star of the
Legion of Honour,' 875; to
Augusta, 878, 879; 'to her who
can best understand them,' 887;
'to the Po,' 895; 'Could love
for ever,' 896; written when
about to join the Italian Carbo-
nari,' 901; written on the road
between Florence and Pisa,' 902;
'on completing my thirty-sixth
ycar,' 904; 'to a Hindoo air,' ib.;
'I heard thy fate without a tear,' |
998.

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Statesmen, 775.
Statius, 99.
Statues, 627.

Staubach, the, 135 n.
Steam-engines, 718.

hility, 877 n.

Stevenson, Sir John, 873 n.
Stillingfleet, 342.

Stoddart, Sir John, LL.D., 780.
Stoics, 664.

Stolt (the Hafiz of the 'Morning
Post'), 51, 60, 64.

Steele, Sir Richard, 605 n.
Stella, Swift's, 834.

Steno, Michel, 349, 389.

Sterne, 282 n. His affected sensi- Talavera, 76.

Strabo, 101, 103.
'Strahan, Tonson, Lintot of the
times,' 893.

Strand, the, London, 582.
Strangford, Lord, his 'Camoens,'
8 n. 63.

Stratford upon Avon, 154.
Styles, Rev. Dr., his sermon against
Lord Byron, 786.
Styx, 648.

Suspicion, 120.
Suwarrow, Field Marshal, 691, 694.
His 'polar melody' on the cap-
ture of Ismail, 710. His charac-
ter, ib. Brevity of his style, 716.
Swift, Dr. Jonathan, xxxii., 179,
690. His recipe for an epic,
612 n. His Stella and Vanessa,
834.

ry, 91, 92.
Sulpicius, Servius, his letter to Ci-
cero on the death of his daughter,
131 n.

Sun of the Sleepless,' 258.
Sunday blood, a, 841.
Sunday schools, 616.
Sunium, 645, 766.
Sunrise, 456, 629.
Sunset, 129, 633, 650.
Superstition, 88, 768.
Superstitions:-the second sight,

182 n.; the evil eye, 202; the
vampire, 204; the second hearing,
207; amulets, 216; ghosts, 768
-772, 778; baushies, 772 n.
Suspense, 760.

Swimming, xiv. n. 147, 466, 626,
854 n.

Stonehenge, 729, 825.
Storm, 122, 620 n. Aspect of one Tamerlane, 579, 870 n.
Tannen, the, 128.

in the Archipelago, 825.

Tarpeian rock, 139.
Tarquin, 350, 601.

T.

Tacitus, 114 n. 814.
'Tact,' 610.

Tagus, the rive, 72.
Tahiri, Dervish, 97.

Swoon, the sensation described, 626.
Sydney, Algernon, 349 n.
Sylla, 136, 312 n. 703, 869 n.
Sympathy, 631, 755.
Symplegades, 146, 573, 662, 825. Thebes, xviii. 94, 99, 103.
Syracuse, 128.
Thelusson, Mr., 395 n.
Switzerland and the Swiss, 119- Themistocles, tomb of, 196. Lines
122, 287 n.
by Plato upon, 196 n.
Theobalds, 829.

Theodore, St., Church of, at Rome,

164, 177 n.
Theodoret, 168.
Theodosius, 150.

'There be none of Beauty's daugh-
ters,' 872.

There was a time, I need not
name, 849.

There s not a joy the world can
give,' 873.

Tale of a Tub,' the, xxxii.

Tales of my Landlord,' 325.
Talleyrand, Charles Maurice, Prince
de, 574 n.

Thermopyla, 93, 197, 337, 644.
Tambourgi, Tambourgi, thy larum Theseus, temple of, 183, 188 n.
afar,' 92.

Thetis, 493, 722.

They say that Hope is happiness.'

259.
Thibault, 588 n.
Thirst, 624.

Tavell, Rev. G. F. (Lord Byron's
college tutor), 176.
Taxation, 637.

Tea, prophetic powers of, 653.
'Tear, The,' 25.

Tears, 673, 719,
Telemachus, the monk, 168.

Suetonius, 647 n.

Suicide, 288, 680, 752.
Suli, 89 n. 91, 644.

Suliotes, their hospitality and brave- Tell, William, 288.

Tempe, 89.
Temple Bar, 816.

Templo, Sir William, 841.
Tenedos, 825.

Teniers, 748.

Tepaleen, 89 n. 90.
Terence, 191.

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'The Conquest,' 904.

The Destruction of Sennacherib,'
259.

The Devil's Drive,' 867.
'The First Kiss of Love,' 8.
The harp the monarch minstrel
swept,' 254.

The Isles of Greece, the Isles of
Greece,' 644.

Tasso, 130, 131, 148, 154, 301--This day, of all our days,' 901.
304, 338, 801. Lament of, 301. Thomson, 224. His Seasons'
Tassoni, 799 n.
would have been better in rhyme,
Tattersall, Rev. John Cecil (Lord
Byron's school acquaintance), xiii.
33 n.

802.

Thornton, Thomas, esq., character

of his State of the Ottoman
Empire,' 100, 101.
Thou are not false, but thou art
fickle,' 864.

Though the day of my destiny's
over!' 879.

'Thoughts suggested by a College
Examination,' 22.
Thrasimene, lake of, 133, 134.
Battle of, 162.
Thrasybulus, 381.

Throgmorton, Mrs., 829.

Through cloudless skies, in silvery
sheen,' 853.

Terni, Falls of, 135.
Terracina, Cape of, 169.
Terrot, Rev. Mr., his
Sense' quoted, 783.
Tertullian, 168 n.

Thames, 80, 728.

The castled crag of Drachenfels,'

117.
"The chain I gave was fair to view,'

861.

'The spell is broke, the charm is
flown!' 853.

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The Wild Gazelle,' 255.
'The world is a bundle of hay,' 897.
Theatrical representations, the first,
177 n.

Common


'Through life's dull road, so dim
and dirty,' 901.

Through thy battlements, New-
stead,' 3.

Thunder, 698.

Thunder storm on the Lake of Ge-
neva described, 122.
Thunder-storm near Zitza, Stan-
zas composed during a,' 852.
Thurlow (Thomas Hovell Thurlow),
second Lord, Lines on his.
'Poems,' 865, 866.

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