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INSTEAD of an excuse, the Publishers have to offer a congratulation to the Public upon being enabled, by the lapse of copyrights, to add most of the Poetical Works of Byron to their cheap, but elegant series of our most esteemed poets. This volume contains all Lord Byron's Poems of which the copyright is free, with the exception of Don Juan, from which extraordinary work, as it is their wish that their books should be welcomed in every family circle, they have only presented carefully-selected beautiful passages, with which English readers are so well acquainted, that they would naturally look for them.
On leaving Newstead Abbey-"Through thy battlements
Answer to Lines written in "Letters to an Italian Nun and
Adrian's Address to his Soul when Dying- Ah! gentle
Translation from Catullus-" Equal to Jove"
Translation of the Epitaph on Virgil and Tibullus-" He who
Imitation of Tibullus-" Cruel Cerinthus"
Translation from Catullus-" Ye Cupids"
Imitated from Catullus. To Ellen-" Oh! might I kiss"
Translation from Horace-"The man of firm and noble soul'
the Prometheus Vinctus, &c.-" Great Jove"
To the Duke of Dorset-" Dorset! whose early steps'
Fragment, written shortly after the Marriage of Miss Cha-
M. S. G.- "When I dream that you love me
The First Kiss of Love-" Away with your fictions"
On the Death of Mr. Fox, with the Author's Reply-" Oh
The Tear-" When Friendship or Love"
Elegy on Newstead Abbey-" Newstead! fast-falling'
Lines addressed to a Young Lady, alarmed by a bullet hiss-
Love's last Adieu-" The roses of love".
To Marion-" Marion! why that pensive brow
To a Lady who presented to the Author a Lock of Hair
braided with his own-" These locks"
Oscar of Alva. A Tale" How sweetly shines
The Episode of Nisus and Euryalus-"Nisus, the guardian'
Translation from the Medea of Euripides-"When fierce"
To a beautiful Quaker-" Sweet girl! though only once
The Cornelian-" No specious splendour'
An Occasional Prologue to "" The Wheel of Fortune
To the sighing Strephon-" Your pardon, my friend'
To Eliza Eliza, what fools are the Mussulman sect
To Romance-" Parent of golden dreams'
Answer to some elegant Verses sent by a Friend to the
Lines addressed to the Rev. J. T. Becher, on his advising
the Author to mix more with Society-" Dear Becher,
The Death of Calmar and Orla-" Dear are the days"