Effect of Travel and Adventure on the general
Character of Lord Byron. - Pecuniary Em | Colonel Greville and the Argyle Institution. -
barrassments. False Judgments of Authors Anecdotes. — Sensitiveness of the Poet on the
respecting their own Productions. - Passages Subject of his Satire. Suppression of the
from the Paraphrase on Horace. Prepara- New Edition of English Bards, &c., of the
tions for the Publication of Childe Harold. Curse of Minerva, and of the Hints from
- Acquaintance with Mr. Murray · 117 Horace. Parliamentary Anecdotes.
Fashionable Life.- Presentation to the Prince
Regent. — Letter to Sir Walter Scott thereon.
· Visits to Middleton and to Bowood.
Lord Erskine. — Cheek Chester. ~ Chelten-
Newstead. Death of the Poet's Mother. ham. - Address on the Opening of the new
Her Character. Influence of her Conduct Theatre Royal, Drury-lane. - Mr. Betty,
and Temper on her Son.-- Death of his friend the Actor. Anecdotes. — Correspondence.
Wingfield-And of Charles Skinner Matthews,