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Nov. 3. Proceeds by sea to Prevesa. - 10. Driven on the
coast of Suli. – 12. Writes, in passing the AmbraJan. the Born, in Holles Street, London.
cian gull, . Through cloudless skies, in silvery 1790 – (ætat. 2).
sheen.' - 13. Sails down the gulf of Arta. - 14. Taken by his mother to Aberdeen.
Reaches Utraikey. - 15. Traverses Acarnania.
21. Reaches Missolonghi. - And, 25. Patras. 1798 -(10).
Dec. 4. Leaves Patras. - 14. Passes across the gulf of May 19. Succeeds to the fanıily title.
Lepanto. - 18. Visits Mount Parnassus, Castri, Made a ward of chancery.
and Delphi. - 22. Thebes.- 25. Arrives at Athens. Removed from Aberdeen to Newstead Abbey. Placed under the care of an empiric at Nottingham
1810 – (ætat. 22). for the cure of his lameness.
Spends ten weeks in visiting the monuments of 1799 — (11).
Athens ; making occasional excursions to several Removed to London, and placed under the care of Jan.
parts of Attica. Writes, • The spell is broke, Dr. Baillie.
Feb. the charm is down !'Lines in the Travellers' Becomes the pupil of Dr. Glennie at Dulwich.
Book at Orchomenus.' - And · Maid of Athens,
ere we part.' 1800 — (12.)
March 5. Leaves Athens for Smyrna.-7. Visits ruins the Is sent to Harrow School.
of Ephesus.-28. Concludes, at Smyrna, the second 1803 – (15).
canto of Childe Harold.'
April 11. Leaves Smyrna for Constantinople. - Visits the Passes the vacation at Nottingham and Annesley.
May 9. Writes · Lines after swimming from Sestos to 1805 – (17).
Abydos.'-14. Arrives at Constantinople. Oct
June Leares Harrow for Trinity College, Cambridge.
Makes an excursion through the Bosphorus to the
Black Sea and Cyanean Symplegades. 1806 - (18).
July 14. Departs from Constantinople. - 19. Reaches Jan. Prepares a collection of his Poems for the press.
Athens. - Visits Corinth. Nor. Prints a volume of his Poems ; but, at the entreaty
Aug. 7 Makes a tour of the Morea, and visits Velay Pacha. of a friend, destroys the edition.
- Returns to Athens. 1807 — (19).
1811 – (23). March Publishes · Hours of Idleness.' See Fac Similes,
Takes up his residence at the Franciscan Convent,
Athens. -- Writes • Dear object of defeated care!'
Writes . Sons of the Greeks, arise !'_' I enter thy
garden of roses.' - And. Remarks on the Romaic 1808 — (20).
or Modern Greek Language.' Jan. }
Passes his time between the dissipations of Cam March 12. Writes . Hints from Horace.' - 17. The Curse Aag, bridge and London.
of Minerva.' - And Lines on Parting.' Takes up his residence at Newstead. - Forms the May Leaves Athens for Malta. — 16. Writes . Epitaph for design of visiting India. - Engaged in preparing
Joseph Blackett.' - And, 26. • Farewell to Malta.' • English Bards and Scotch Reviewers' for the
Returns to England. press.
Aug. 1. Death of his Mother. 1809 —(21).
Oct. 11. Writes Epistle to a Friend, 'Oh I banish care22. His coming of age celebrated at Newstead.
such ever be.'- And Stanzas to Thyrza, • Without March 13. Takes his seat in the House of Lords.
a stone to mark the spot.' 16. Publishes · English Bards and Scotch Re Dec. 6. Writes · Away, away, ye notes of woe l'
viewers.' May Engaged in preparing a second edition of • English
1812 —(24). Bards' for the press.
Writes. One struggle more and I am free.'-'When Jame 11. Leaves London on his travels, accompanied by
time, or soon or late, shall bring.'-' And thou art Mr. Hobhouse.
dead, as young as fair.' 30. Writes, on board the Lisbon packet, • Huzza ! Feb. 27. Makes his first speech in the House of Lords.
29. Publishes the two first cantos of Childe HaHodgson, we are going!' 2. Sails from Falmouth.
rold. 7. Lands at Lisbon. - 17. Leaves Lisbon for Se March. Commits a new edition of English Bards,' &c. to ville and Cadiz.
the flames. - Writes, If sometimes in the haunts Ang. 6. Arrives at Gibraltar.- 19. Takes his departure
of men.'' On & Cornelian Heart which was for Malta.
broken.' _. Lines to a Lady weeping.' - And, Sep. 1. Lands at Malta.-14. Writes As o'er the cold
• The Chain I gave !' sepulchral stone.' - 'Oh, Lady! when I left the April 19. Writes · Lines on a blank leaf of The Pleasures shore. - 21. Leaves Malta.-29. Lands at Prevesa.
of Momory.' Oct.
1. Proceeds to Solara, Arta, and Joannini. - 9. Sep. Writes * Address on the Opening of Drury Lane Leaves Joannini for Zitza. — Composes, during a
Theatre.' thunder-storm, . Chill and mirk is the nightly Oct. Writes. The Waltz ; an Apostrophic Hymn.' - And, blast.'-11. Reaches Tepaleen.- 12. Is introduced
• A Parenthetical Address by Dr. Plaglary.' to Al Pacha.- 26. Returns to Joannini.- 31. Be Nov. Writes • Address to Time' - And Thou art not gins the first canto of Childe Harold.'
false, but thou art fickle!'
1813 – (ætat. 25).
· The Devil's Drive.' - 17. And Two Sonnets to
1814 - (26). Writes Windsor Poetics.' 10. Writes - Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte.' - Re
solves to write no more poetry, and to suppress
all he had ever written. Begins · Lara.' - Writes . I speak not, I trace not.'
- And Address to be recited at the Caledonian
Milbanke, and is accepted.
- And Lines to Belshazzar.'
1815—(27). Jan. 2. Marries Miss Milbanke. See Fac Similes, No. III. Feb. Writes. There be none of Beauty's Daughters.' Marck. Writes • Lines on Napoleon Buonaparte's Escape
from Elba.' July, Begins • The Siege of Corinth.' And writes
• There's not a Joy the World can give.' - And
. We do not curse thee, Waterloo.' Aug. Writes • Must thou go, my glorious Chief?' - Star
of the Brave.'- And Napoleon's Farewell.' Dec. 10. Birth of his daughter, Augusta Ada.
1817- (ætat. 29). Feb.•
Finishes • Manfred.
between St. Paul and the Corinthians.
of Tasso.' May. Visits Rome for a few days.-5. Writes there a new
third act to Manfred.'
1818 — (30).
Guiccioli. - Writes Stanzas to the Po.'
Review.' - And. Sonnet to George the Fourth.'
1820 — (32.)
• Francesca of Rimini.' And writes Observations
upon an Article in Blackwood's Magazine.' April 4. Begins Marino Faliero.' July 16. Finishes . Marino Faliero.' Oct. 16. Begins the fifth canto of Don Juan.' Nov. 20. Finishes the fifth canto of · Don Juan.' - And writes • The Blues ; a Literary Eclogue.'
1821 — (33). Jan. 13. Begins Sardanapalus.' Feb. 7. Writes 'Letter to John Murray, Esq., on Bowles's
Strictures upon Pope.' Mar.
25. Writes' Second Letter to John Murray, Esq., '&c. May 17. Finishes. Sardanapalus.' June 11. Begins. The Two Foscari.' July 10. Finishes • The Two Foscari.' - 16. Begins
• Cain ; a Mystery." Sep. 9. Finishes · Cain.'- Writes · Vision of Judgment.' Oct. Writes • Heaven and Earth ; a Mystery.' Nov. Removes to Pisa. – 18. Begins · Werner.' - And • The Deformed Transformed.'
1822 -(34). Jan. 20. Finishes . Werner.' Feb. Writes the sixth, seventh, and eighth cantos of' Don
Finishes · The Deformed Transformed.' - Writes
the ninth, tenth, and eleventh cantos of Don Juan,' Sep. Removes to Genoa.
1828 —(95), Jan. Writes. The Age of Bronze. Feb. Writes · The Island.' - And more cantos of Don
Juan.' April. Turns his views towards Greece. May. Receives a communication from the Greek Com.
mittee sitting in London. July 14. Sails for Greece. Aug. 2 Reaches Argostoli..Makes an excursion to Ithaca Dec. S Waits at Cephalonia the arrival of the Greek fleet,
1824 (36). Jan. 8. Arrives at Missolonghi — - 22. Writes Lines on
completing my Thirty-sixth Year.' - 30. Is ape pointed commander-in-chief of
an expedition against Lepanto. Feb. 15. Is seized with a convulsive fit.
See Fac Similes, No. IV. April 9. His last Illness. April 19. His DEATH.
1816—(28). Jan. Publishes • The Siege of Corinth.' Feb. Publishes . Parisina.' - Lady Byron adopts the re
solution of separating from him. March 17. Writes · Fare thee well! and if for ever.'- And,
29. A Sketch, · Born in the garret.' April 16. Writes. When all around grew drear and dark.'
25. Takes a last leave of his native country.- Proceeds, through Flanders and by the Rhine, to Swit.
zerland. May. Begins the third canto of Childe Harold.' June. Writes 'The Prisoner of Chillon' at Ouchy, near
Lausanne. – Takes up his abode at the Campagne
Diodati, near Geneva.
Writes Monody on the Death of Sheridan.'--
sweet Sister.'- And, Sonnet to Lake Leman.' Sep. Makes a tour of the Bernese Alps. - Writes · Lines
on hearing that Lady Byron was ill.' - And be
gins · Manfred.' Oct. Leaves Switzerland for Italy. Nov. Takes up his residence at Venice. - Translates
• Romance Muy Doloroso,' &c.; and · Sonetto di Vittorelli.' - Writes | Lines on the Bust of Helen by Canova.''Bright be the Place of my Soul.' - And. They say that Hope is Happiness.' - Studies the Armenian language.