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SIR WALTER SCOTT, LORD JEFFREY, PROFESSOR WILSON,
WILLIAM GIFFORD, REV. GEORGE CRABBE, BISHOP HEBER,
18o5. Trinity College, Cambridge
1807 Hours of lelleness.
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Simhlon , Milan, Verona, tonte.
Page CHILDE HAROLD'S PILGRIMAGE.
CAIN; A MYSTERY
• 316 PREFACE to the First and Second Cantos ) DEDICATION
ib. TO LANTHE 2 PREFACE
. ib. CANTO I.
WERNER; OR, THE INHERITANCE: A TRAGEDY 341 CANTO II.
ib. CAXTO III.
PREFACE CANTO IV.
ib. HOURS OF IDLENESS; A SERIES OF POEMS, ORIGINAL AND TRANSLATED
375 THE GIAOUR; A FRAGMENT OF A TURKISH
On the Death of a Young Lady, Cousin to ADVERTISEMENT
the Author, and very dear to him 376 THE BRIDE OF ABYDOS; A TURKISH TALE 77
ib. THE CORSAIR ; A TALE 89 Epitaph on a Friend
ib. DEDICATION ib. A Fragment
ib. LARA; A TALE
On leaving Newstead Abbey . 108
Lines written in “Letters of an Italian THE SIEGE OF CORINTH
Nun and an English Gentleman; by J. DEDICATION
J. Rousseau: founded on Facts" - 379 ADVERTISEMENT
Answer to the foregoing, addressed to PARISINA
ib. Adrian's Address to his Soul when Dying - ib. ADVERTISEMENT
ib. Translation from Catullus. Ad Lesbiam ib. THE PRISONER OF CHILLON; A FABLE · 138 Translation of the Epitaph on Virgil and Sonnet to Chillon
ib. BEPPO ; A VENETIAN STORY
Imitation of Tibullus. “Sulpicia ad Cerin• 142 thum”
Translation from Catullus. “Lugete VeADVERTISEMENT
neres, Cupidinesque," &c. THE ISLAND; OR, CHRISTIAN AND HIS COM
Imitated from Catullus. To Ellen
ib. 161 Translation from Horace. “ Justum et teADVERTISEMENT
From Anacreon. « Θελω λεγειν Ατρειδας.” ιο. MANFRED; A DRAMATIC POEM
From Anacreon.“ MEGOVXTIALTeh' espars." ib. MARINO FALLERO, DOGE OF VENICE;
From the Prometheus Vinctus of Æschylus.
- 381 HEAVEN AND EARTH; A MYSTERY 232 To M. S. G.
ib. SARDANAPALUS; A TRAGEDY
To the Same
To the Same
Stanzas to a Lady, with the Poems of THE TWO FOSCARI; AN HISTORICAL TRA
383 THE DEFORMED TRANSFORMED; A
On a Change of Masters at a great Public
To the Duke of Dorset
Page Fragment, written shortly after the Mar.
When I roved a young Highlander
416 riage of Miss Chaworth
To George, Earl Delawart
417 Granta. A Medley
To the Earl of Clare
ib. On a distant View of the Village and School
Lines written beneath an Elm in the Churchof Harrow on the Hill
418 To M
ib. Article on the “Hours of Idleness," from To Woman
419 To M. S. G.
ENGLISH BARDS AND SCOTCH REVIEW.
420 To Lesbia
ib. Lines addressed to a young Lady, who was alarmed at the Sound of a Bullet hissing
HINTS FROM HORACE; BEING AN ALLUnear her
SION IN ENGLISH VERSE TO THE EPISTLE
453 To Marion
ib. To a Lady who presented to the Author a THE WALTZ; AX A POSTROPHIC HYMN
457 Lock of Hair braided with his Own
ib. Oscar of Alva. A Tale
390 ODE TO NAPOLEON BUONAPARTE 460 The Episode of Nisus and Euryalus - 393 HEBREW MELODIES
463 Translation from the Medea of Euripides,
She walks in Beauty
464 “ Ερωτες υπερ μεν αγαν, κ. τ. λ.”
The Harp the Monarch Minstrel swept ib. Thoughts suggested by a College Examin
If that high World
- 464 To a beautiful Quaker
ib. The Cornelian
ib. An Occasional Prologue to “ The Wheel of
Oh! snatch'd away in Beauty's Bloom ib. On the Death of Mr. Fox
ib. The Tear
- 465 Reply to some Verses of J. M. B. Pigot,
Thy Days are done
ib. Esq. on the Cruelty of his Mistress - 400
Song of Saul before his last Battle
ib. To the sighing Strephon
ib. To Eliza ib.
· 466 Lachin y Gair
“ All is Vanity, saith the Preacher" • 401
When Coldness wraps this suffering Clay ib. To Romance
ib. Answer to some elegant Verses sent by a
Sun of the Sleepless Friend to the Author, complaining that
ib. one of his Descriptions was rather too
Were my Bosom as false as thou deem'st it 402
to be warmly drawn
Herod's Lament for Mariamne Elegy on Newstead Abbey
ib. ib. Childish Recollections
On the Day of the Destruction of Jerusalem Answer to a beautiful Poem, entitled " The
ib. Common Lot"
By the Rivers of Babylon we sat down and
ib. To a Lady who presented the Author with the Velvet Band which bound her Tresses 410
The Destruction of Sennacherib
A Spirit pass'd before me. From Job - 468 Lines addressed to the Rev. J. T. Becher, DOMESTIC PIECES - 1816
- 468 on his advising the Author to mix more
Fare thee Well
ib. with Society ib. A Sketch
- 469 The Death of Calmar and Orla. An Imi
Stanzas to Augusta. “When all around grew tation of Macpherson's Ossian
470 L'Amitié est l'Amour sans Ailes
Stanzas to Augusta. “ Though the Day of
ib. To Edward Noel Long, Esq.
- 414 Epistle to Augusta. “My Sister! my sweet Oh! had my fate been join'd with thine ! - 415
Sister ! if a Name "
ib. I would I were a careless Child
ib. Lines on hearing that Lady Byron was ill 472