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March, translates from the Armenian a 586. Receives a communication fron
correspondence between St. Paul and the London committee, 588. May,
the Corinthians, 347. April, visits Fer- offers to proceed to Greece, and to devote
rara, and writes • Lament of Tasso,' 353. his resources to the object in viev, 588.
Makes a short visit to Rome, and writes Preparations for his departure, 589.
there a new third act to · Manfred,' S54. July 14., sails for Greece, 591. Reaches
July, writes, at Venice, the fourth canto Argostoli, 594. Excursion to Ithaca,
of Childe Harold,' 362. Oct., writes 595. Waits, at Cephalonia, the arrival
• Beppo,' 368.

of the Greek fleet, 598. His conversi-
1818. The Fornarina, Margarita Cogni, tions on religion with Dr. Kennedy at

383. July, writes Ode on Venice,' Mataxata, 599. His letters to Madame
387. Nov., finishes • Mazeppa,' 391. Guiccioli, 601. His address to the
And first canto of Don Juan,' 391.

Greek Government, 602. And remon-
1819. Jan., finishes second canto of Don strance to Prince Mavrocordati, 602.

Juan,' 392. April, beginning of his Testimonies to the benevolence and
acquaintance with Countess Guiccioli, soundness of his views, 607. Instances
393. June, writes • Stanzas to the Po,' of his humanity and generosity while at
396. Aug., writes · Letter to the Cephalonia, 607.
Editor of my Grandmother's Review,' 1824, Jan. 5., arrives at Missolonghi, 611.
406. Dec., completes the third and Writes "Lines on completing my Thirty.
fourth cantos of · Don Juan,' 429. sixth Year,' 615. Intended attack upon
Removes to Ravenna, 431.

Lepanto, 618. Is made commander-in-
1820. Jan., domesticated with Countess chief of the expedition, 619. Rupture

Guiccioli, 432. Feb., translates first with the Suliotes, 621. The expedition
canto of the • Morgante Maggiore,' 434. suspended, 621, His last Illness, 699.
March, finishes · Prophecy of Dante,' His Death, 637. His Funeral, 641.
438. Translates • Francesa of Rimini,' Inscription on his Monument, 612.
439. And writes · Observations upon His Will, 665. His person, 45. 79.
an Article in Blackwood's Magazine,' 650. His sensitiveness
449. April — July, writes « Marino ject of his lameness, 5. 13. 45. 74.
Faliero,' 451. Oct. - Nov., writes fifth 84. 180. 219. 240. 306. 576.

His
canto of Don Juan,' 465.

abstemiousness, 113. 202. 214. 319. 463.
1821. Feb., writes Letter on the Rev. His habitual melancholy, 87. 169.995.

W. L. Bowles's Strictures on the Life 473. 531. 536. 653. His tendency to
of Pope,' 487. March, Second Letter,' make the worst of his own obliquities,
&c. 501. May, finishes · Sardanapalus,' 62. 159. 438. 473. 476. His generosity
512. July, The Two Foscari,' 155. and kind-heartedness, 45. 84. 92. 150.
Sept., 'Cain,' 528. Oct., writes · Heaven 203. 224. 235. 286. 420. 482. 484. 521.
and Earth, a Mystery,' 541. ; and 538. 595. 607. 614.

His politics, 217.
• Vision of Judgment,' 535. Removes 224. 238, 280. His religious opinions,
to Pisa, 537-541.

152. 280. His tendency to superstition,
1822. Jan., finishes • Werner,' 551. July, 45. Portraits of him, 174, 175. 178. 207.

writes sixth, seventh, and eight cantos of 221. 258. 260. 262. 272, 273. 352. 355.
· Don Juan,' 563. Finishes the - De- 377. 516. 555. 559. 562. 565. 571.
formed Transformed,' 556. Death of his 581.
natural daughter, Allegra, 557. His Byron, Lady, 194. 273. 283, 284, 285. 2£8.
habits of life while at Pisa, 565. Sept., 293, 294, 296. 425. 491. 435. 580, 581.
removes to Genoa, 565. His coalition 609. Her Remarks on Mr. Moore's Life
with Mr. Hunt in the · Liberal,' 570- of Lord Byron, 661.

Lord Byron's letters
574.

to, 534. 581.
1823. Jan., writes · Age of Bronze.' Feb., | Byron, Honourable Augusta Ada, 290). 993.
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324. 334, 335. 372. 399. 457. 545. 568.
cantos of · Don Juan. March, com- 570. 580, 581. 608.
mences an epic entitled the · Conquest.' | Byron, George, seventh Lord, 209, 210.
April, turns his views towards Greece, 355.

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Byron, Eliza, 199. 201.

• Cavalier Servente,' 378. 434.
Byron, Rev. Henry, 199. 201.

Cawthorn, Mr., bookseller, 80. 97. 262.
Caylus, Count de, 403.

• Cecilia,' Miss Burney's, 147.
C.

Celibacy of eminent philosophers, 270.
Cadiz, described, 91. 93.

Centlivre, Mrs., character of her comedies,
Cæsar, Julius, his times, 488.

440. Drove Congreve from the stage, 493.
Cahir, Lady, 253.

Cenci, Shelley's, 492.
• Cain, a Mystery,' 483. 528. 541. 549, 550, Chamouni, 310, 311. 349.
551, 552, 553. 556. 560.

Charlemont, Lady, 204. 694.
Caledonian Meeting, · Address intended to Charles the Fifth, 234.
be recited at,' 254.

Chatham, Earl of, 185.
Cambridge University, 31. 53. 64, 65. 69. Chatterton, Thomas, 48. Never vulgar, 707.
Camoens, distinguished himself in war, 21. Chaucer, Geoffrey, character of his poetry,
Campbell, Thomas, esq., 145, 146, 147, 148. 49.

194. 211. 229. 262. 444. 477. 690. His Chauncy, Captain, 559.
• Lives of the Poets,' 476, 477. His Chaworth, Mary Anne (afterwards Mrs.
« Gertrude of Wyoming,' 477.

Musters), Lord Byron's early attachment
Canning, Right Hon. George, 189. His to, 26, 27, 28. 84. Fragment written

oratory, 184. His opinion of the · Bride shortly after her marriage, 85. Farewell
of Abydos,' 221.

Stanzas to, on the author's leav-
Canning, Sir Stratford, his poem entitled ing England, 85.
Buonaparte,' 249. 262.

• Childe Alarique,' 204.
Canova, his early love, 9. His bust of Helen, · Childe Harold's Pilgrimage,' 122, 123.
332.

133. 136. 139. 141. 151. 157. 250. 301.
Cant, the grand primum mobile of England, 308. 338. 360. 362. 365, 366. 390. 443.
690.

559. 582.
Cantemir, Demetrius, his · History of the Chillon, Castle of, 308. 312. 350.
Ottoman Empire,' 47.

· Chillon, Prisoner of,' 320. 356.
Carlile, Richard, 427.

Christ, 696.
Carlisle (Frederic Howard), fifth Earl of, • Christabel,' 290. 311. 332. 335.

becomes Lord Byron's guardian, 11. 13. Cicero, Antony's treatment of, 200.
His alleged neglect of his ward, 75, 76, 77. Cid, 47.
88. 108. Proposed reconciliation between Cigars, 213.
Lord Byron and, 241. 244. 257.

Cintra, 92. 95.
Carlisle (Isabella Byron), Countess of, 11. Clare (John Fitzgibbon), Earl of, 21, 22, 23,
Caroline, Queen of England, 454. 461, 462. 24. 148. 540. 551. 560. 567.
465. 525.

Clare, John, poet, 706.
Carmarthen, Marchioness of, 3. 196.

Clarens, 308. 312, 317.
Caro, Annibale, his translations from the Claridge, Mr., 21.
classics, 477.

· Clarissa Harlowe,' 216.
Carpenter, James, 57.

Clarke, Dr. Edward Daniel, 712.
Carr, Sir John, 92. 151.

Clarke, Rev. James Stanier, his · Naufragia,'
Cartwright, Major, 401.

186.
Cary, Rev. Henry Francis, his translation of Clarke, Hewson, 81.
Dante, 399.

Classical education, 65, 66.
Castellan, A. L., his • Mæurs des Ottomans,' Claudian, 391.
194.

Claughton, Mr., 173. 258, 259.
Castlereagh, Viscount (Robert Stewart, Mar- | Clayton, Mr., 21.

quis of Londonderry), 283, 284. 310. 391, Cleopatra, 200.
392.

Clitumnus, the river, 357.
Castri, village of, 99.

Clubs, 303.
Catholic emancipation, 163.

Coates, Romeo, bis Lothario, 148.
Cato,' Pope's prologue to, 168.

Cobbett, William, 201. Epigram on his
Catullus, his · Atys' not licentious, 707. digging up Tom Paine's bones, 432.

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Cochrane, Lord, 230. 511.

• Beau,' 74. An example of filial tenderness,
Cockney school of poetry, 707.

127. No poet, 697. His translation of
Cogni, Margarita (the Fornarina), 383.

Homer, 697.
Coldham, Mr., 155.

Crabbe, Rev. George, 76, 77. 367. 391.
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor, esq., his · Devil's His Resentment,' 191. The father of
Walk,' 215. His • Remorse,' 278. His

present poesy, 372.
• Zopolia,' 289. His • Biographia Literaria,' Crebillon, the younger, his marriage, 704.
367. His • Christabel,' 290. 911. 332. Cribb, Tom, pugilist, 204, 205. 706.
335. See also, 146, 147, 148. 243. 278. • Critic,' Sheridan's, too good for a farce,
288, 289. 332. 335.

215.
Coliseum, 367.

Croker, Right Hon. John Wilson, his query
Colman, George, esq., his prologue to · Phi- concerning the title of the Bride of Aby.
laster,' 168.

dos,' 212. His guess as to the origin of
Colman, George, jun., esq., parallel between • Beppo,' 377. Lord Byron's letter to
Sheridan and, 182. 288.

190. See also, 237. 243. 343. 373. 377.
Colocotroni, 621. 627.

469.
Colonna, Cape, 100. 104. 113. Columns of, Crosby, Benjamin, bookseller, 56, 57.
693.

Curioni, Signor, singer, 496.
Columbiad, Joel Barlow's, 49.

Curran, Right Hon. John Philpot, 196.
Concanen, Mr., 285.

304.
Congreve, self-educated, 48. His comedies, • Curse of Kehama,' 138. 146.

230. 440. Driven from the stage by Mrs. • Curse of Minerva,' 162. 175.
Centlivre, 492.

Curzon, Mr., 20, 21. 50.
Constance (a German lady), 478.

Cuvier, Baron, 530.
Constant, Benjamin de, his · Adolphe,' 310.
Constantinople, 105, 106, 107. 109. 351.

D.
Cooke, George Frederick, comedian, 192.
252.

Dallas, Robert Charles, 58. 62, 63, 64, 65.
Coolidge, Mr., 515, 516.

121, 122. 126. 131. 149. 295. 243. 437.
Copet, 309, 310. 321.

Lord Byron's letters to, 63, 64. 121. 139,
Cordova, Admiral, 93.

134, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139. 242.
Cordova, Sennorita,, 93.

Dallaway, Rev. James, his · Constantinople'
•Corinne,' notes written by Lord Byron in quoted, 179.
a copy of, 407.

D’Alton, John, esq., his • Dermid,' 283.
Corinth, 111.

Dandies, 228. 303.
Cork, Countess of, 276.

Dante, his early passion for Beatrice, 9. His
Cornwall, Barry (Bryan Walter Proctor), infelicitous marriage, 268. 298. His popu-
492. 529.

larity, 485.

His gentle feelings, 485.
• Corsair, the; a Tale,' 227. 231. 236. 245. Lord Byron's resemblance to, 644. See
301.

also, 21.n. 268. 485.
Cosmopolite, Le, 139.

Dante, Prophecy of, 438. 443.
Cotin, L'Abbé, 76.

D'Arblay, Madame (Miss Burney), 147, 148.
Cottle, Joseph, 81.

224. Her Cecilia,' 147.
Cottin, Madame, 703.

Darnley, death of, a fine subject for a drama,
‘Courier,'its venemous attacks on Lord Byron, 246.
226. 240. 242. 257.

· Darkness,' 321.
Courtenay, John, esq., anecdotes of, 185. Davies, Scrope, esq., 61. 129. 133. 137. 234-
Cowell, Mr. John, 154. 267.

304. 324.
Cowley, Abraham, his . Essays ' quoted, 29. Davy, Sir Humphry, 442, 443. 446.
His character, 180.

Dawkins, Mr., 557.
Cowper, Earl, 257. 578.

Death, 363. 408. 482, 483.
Cowper, Countess, 533.

Death, in the Apocalypse, 319.
Cowper, William, famous at cricket and De Bath, Lord, 21.

football, 21. His remark on the English Deformity, an incentive to distinction, 506.
system of education, 22. n. His spaniel | D'Egville, John, ballet-master, 70.

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Delaval, Sir Francis Blake, 486.

Drury, Rev. Henry, Lord Byron's letters
Delawarr (George-John West), fifth Earl, to, 66. 89. 103. 117. 267.
23. 40. 148.

Drury, Rev. Dr. Joseph, his account of Lord
Delia, poetical epistle from, to Lord Byron, Byron's disposition and capabilities while
297.

at Harrow, 19, 20.
Dalladecima, Count, 607. His opinion of Drury, Mark, 29.

Lord Byron's conduct in Greece, 607. Drury Lane Theatre, 167. 172. 174. 287.
Delphi, fountain of, 99, 100.

Dryden, his praise of Oxford, at the expense
Demetrius, 176.

of Cambridge, 65.
Denham, his · Cowper's Hill,' 179.

• Duenna,' Lord Byron's partiality for the
Dent de Jamen, 312.

songs in, 33.
Dervish Tahiri, Lord Byron's faithful Arnaout Duet between Campbell and Bowles,' 499,
guide, 290.

Duff, Colonel (Lord Byron's godfather), 7.
- Devil's Walk,' 215.

Duff, Miss Mary (afterwards Mrs. Robert
Devonshire, Duchess of (Lady Elizabeth Cockburn), Lord Byron's boyish attach-

Foster), her character of the Roman go- ment for, 9. 202.
vernment, 518.

Dumont, M., 410.
· Diary of an Invalid,' Matthews's, 455. Dwyer, Mr., 104.
Dibdin, Thomas, play-wright, 513.

Dyer's Grongar Hill,' 695.
Dick, Mr., 60.
Diderot, his definition of sensibility, 268.

E.
Digestion, 228.
Dioclesian, 234.

Eboli, Princess of, epigram on her losing an
Diodati, 308.
Dionysius at Corinth, 234.

Eclectic Review, its strictures on · Hours of
D'Israeli, J., esq., his “Essay on the Literary

Idleness,' 63.
Character,' 21. 119. 270. His · Quarrels Eddleston (Cambridge chorister), 53,54. 140.
of Authors,' 23). His remark on the Edgecombe, Mr., 396. 401.
effect of medicine upon the mind and Edgeworth, Richard Lovell, esq., sketch of,
spirits, 536.

480.
• Distrest Mother,' excellence of the epilogue

Edgeworth, Maria, 229. 479, 480.
to, 168.

Edinburgh Annual Register, 141.
D'Ivernois, Sir Francis, 303.

Edinburgh Review, 68, 69, 72. 80, 81. 193
Divorce, 217.

203. 207. 258. 502.
Dogs, fidelity of, 73. 273.

Education, English system of, 22. 65.
Don, Brig of, 12.

Eighers, the, 319.
Donegal, Lady, 229.

Ekenhead, Mr., 497.
· Don Juan,' 12. 17. 391, 392. 395. 401. Elba, Isle of, 248.

404, 405. 420, 421. 424. 426. 442. 458. Eldon, Earl of, 78. 157. Anecdote of, 163.
464. 495, 496.522. 524. 526. 528. 563, 564. Eloquence, state of, in England, 184.
570.

Elgin, Lord, 126.
· Donna Bianca,' 463.

Ellice, Edward, esq., 561.
Don Quixote, 119.

Ellis, George, esq., 201.
D'Orsay, Count, 576. 578, 579. His · Jour- Elliston, Robert William, comedian, 167. 169.

nal,' 578, 579. Lord Byron's letter to, 580. Endurance, of more worth than talent, 324.
Dorset (George-John-Frederick), fourth • English Bards and Scotch Reviewers,' 58.
Duke of, 23. 276.

79, 80. 108. 121. 162. 193. 195. 207. 262.
Dorville, Mr., 401.

279. 369. 496. 688.
Douglas, Hon. Frederick, 428.

English system of education, 22. 65.
Dramatists, old English, full of gross faults, Englishman, Otway's three requisites for an,
492. Not good as models, 502.

132.
· Dream, The,' 321.

Envy, 697.
Dreams, 204.

Ephesus, ruins of, 105.
Drummond, Sir William, 146. His“Edipus Epigram on Moore's Operatic Farce, or Far-
Judaïcus,' 147.

cical Opera, 137. From the French of

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Rulhières, 406. On my Wedding-day 432., Flood, Right Hon. Henry, 185.
On Cobbett's digging up Tom Paine's bones, Florence (Mrs. Spencer Smith), 94. Stanzas
452. The world is a bundle of hay,' 432.

to, 94.
On my Wedding, 462. On the Braziers' | Florence, 353. 540.
Company having resolved to present an Foote, Miss, actress (now Countess of Har.
Address to Queen Caroline, 494. On Lord rington), 253.
Castlereagh, 432.

Forbes, Lady Adelaide, 188. 356.
Epistle, to a Friend, in answer to some Lines Forresti, G., 176.

exhorting the author to banish care,' 140. Forsyth, Joseph, esq., his • Italy,' 357. 455.
• Epistle to Augusta,' 322.

Fortune, 125. 266. 337.
Epitaph on John Adams, of Southwell, a Foscari, the Two; an Historical Tragedy,'

carrier, who died of drunkenness, 51. For 515.
William Pitt, 432.

Foscolo, Ugo, 392. 456, 457.

His · Essay
Erskine, Lord, 185. 230. 232.

on Petrarch,' 270. 644.
Essex (George-Capel), fifth Earl of, 257. 282. Fountain of Arethusa, Lord Byron's visit to,
Esterre, Mrs., 282.

595.
Euxine, or Black Sea, description of, 692. Fox, Right Hon. Charles James, 184. 380.
Ewing, Dr., 18.

Fox, Henry, 207. 212. 355. 576.
Exeter 'Change, visit to, 199.

Francesca of Rimini, 439. 483.
Francis, Sir Philip, the probable author of

Junius, 376.
• Frankenstein,' Mrs. Shelley's, 320. 394.

Franklin, Benjamin, 205.
Faber, Rev. George, 192.

Frederick the Second, the only monarch
Fainting, sensation of, 310.

worth recording in Prussian annals, 47.
Falconer, his • Shipwreck,' 691. 695.

Free press in Greece, 620.
Falkland (Lucius Cary), Viscount, 77. Frere, Right Hon. John Hookham, his
Falkner, Mr., 42.

• Whistlecraft,' 368.
Fall of Terni, 357.

Fribourg, 315.
Falmouth, 90.

Friday, supposed unluckiness of, 592.
Fame, 210. 214. 398. 471. 478. 516.
Farrell, D., esq., 60, 61.

G.
Fatalism, 205.
• Father of Light! great God of Heaven,' 51. Galignani, M., 461. 463. 493. 495. 544, 545.
Faust, Goethe's, 350. 368.

551.
Faustus, Marlow's, 368.

Galileo, 352, 352. n.
Fawcett, John, comedian, 491.

Galt, John, esq., 122. 210. 214. His Life
Fazio, Milman's tragedy of, 377.

of Byron,' xix.
Fazzioli, the Venetian, 376.

Gamba, Count Pietro, 119. 423. 467. 517.
Fear, 83.

529. 592. 595. 599. 608. 614, 615, 628.
Ferrara, Lord Byron's visit to, 397, 398. 632. 639.
Certosa cemetery at, 397, 398.

Gaming, 86.
Fersen, Count, 330.

Garrick, Sheridan's Monologue on, 215.
Fidler, Ernest, 7.

Gay, Madame Sophie, 445. 460.
Fielding, the prose Homer of human nature, Gay, Mlle. Delphine, 460.
471.

Gell, Sir William, 76. 212. Review of his
Finlay, Kirkman, esq., 600.

• Geography of Ithaca,' and • Itinerary of
Fitzgerald, Lord Edward, 230. Sonnet on Greece,' 670.
the repeal of his forfeiture, 405.

Geneva, Lake of, 315.
Fitzgerald, William Thomas, esq., poetaster, George the Fourth, Sonnet to, on the re-
237. 243.

peal of Lord Edward Fitzgerald's forfeit-
Flemish school of painting, 325.

ure, 405.
Fletcher, William (Lord Byron's valet), 88. Georgics, a finer poem than the Æneid,

97. 101. 103. 107, 108. 110. 114. 116. 696.
229. 635. 637. 640.

Germany and the Germans, 478.

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