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Page Lines written in an Album at Malta 543 To Florence
ib. Stanzas composed during a Thunder-storm ib. Stanzas written on passing the Ambracian Gulf
544 The Spell is broke, the Charm is flown! ib. Written after swimming from Sestos to Abydos
545 Lines in the Travellers' Book at Orchomenus
ib. Maid of Athens, ere we part
ib. Translation of the Nurse's Dole in the Medea of Euripides
546 My Epitaph
ib. Substitute for an Epitaph
ib. Lines written beneath a Picture
ib. Translation of the famous Greek War Song, “ ASŪTS Taides," &c.
ib. Translation of the Romaic Song, “MASYW μες τσ’ περιβόλι,” &c.
547 Or Parting
ib. Epitaph for Joseph Blackett, late Poet and
Shoemaker Farewell to Malta
- 548 To Dives. A Fragment
ib. On Moore's last Operatic Farce, or Farcical Opera
ib. Epistle to a Friend, in answer to some
Lines exhorting the Author to be cheer-
ib. To Thyrza. “ Without a Stone," &c. 549 Stanzas. “ Away, away, ye Notes of Woe" 550 Stanzas. “ One Struggle more, and I am
ib. Euthanasia. “ When Time," &c.
ib. Stanzas. “And thou art dead, as young as fair"
551 Stanzas. “If sometimes in the Haunts of Men"
ib. On a Cornelian Heart which was broken 552 Lines from the French
ib. Lines to a Lady weeping
ib. “ The Chain I gave," &c. From the Turkish
ib. Lines written on a Blank Leaf
« The Pleasures of Memory”
ib. Address, spoken at the opening of Drury Lane Theatre, October 10. 1812
ib. Parenthetical Address, by Dr. Plagiary - 553 Verses found in a Summer House at Hales Owen
554 Remember Thee ! Remember Thee !
ib. To Time
ib. Translation of a Romaic Love Song 555 Stanzas. “ Thou art not false,” &c.
ib. On being asked what was the “ Origin of Love"
OCCASIONAL PIECES: 1807-1824.
The Adieu. Written under the Impression
534 Toa vain Lady
- 535 To Anne
ib. To the Same
ib. To the Author of a Sonnet beginning “ Sad
is my Verse, you say, and yet no Tear" ib. On finding a Fan
ib. Farewell to the Muse
• 536 To an Oak at Newstead
- 536 On revisiting Harrow
537 Epitaph on John Adams of Southwell, a
Carrier, who died of Drunkenness ib. To my Son
- 537 Farewell ! if ever fondest Prayer
ib. Bright be the Place of thy Soul
ib. When we Two parted
. 538 To a Youthful Friend
ib. Lines inscribed upon a Cup formed from a Skull
- 539 Well, thou art happy!
ib. Inscription on the Monument of a Newforundland Dog
ib. To a Lady, on being asked my Reason for quitting England in the Spring
540 Remind me not, remind me not
ib. There was a Time, I need not name ib. And wilt thou weep when I am low ? ib. Fill the Goblet again. A Song
541 Stanzas to a Lady, on leaving England 542 + Lines to Mr. Hodgson. Written on board the Lisbon Packet
Page Stanza. “ Remember Him," &c.
555 On Lord Thurlow's Poems
- 556 To Lord Thurlow
ib. To Thomas Moore. Written the Evening
before his Visit to Mr. Leigh Hunt in
ib. Impromptu.“ When from the Heart where Sorrow sits"
557 Sonnet, to Genevra
ib. Sonnet, to the Same
ib. From the Portuguese.“ Tu mi chamas” ib. Another Version
ib. The Devil's Drive ; an unfinished Rhapsody ib. Windsor Poetics
558 Stanzas for Music. “I speak not, I trace not," &c.
ib. Address intended to be recited at the Caledonian Meeting
ib. Fragment of an Epistle to Thomas Moore 559 Condolatory Address to Sarah, Countess of
Jersey, on the Prince Regent's returning
ib. To Belshazzar
560 Elegiac Stanzas on the Death of Sir Peter Parker, Bart.
ib. Stanzas for Music. “There's not a Joy the World can give," &c.
ib. Stanzas for Music. “ There be none of Beauty's Daughters"
561 On Napoleon's Escape from Elba
ib. Ode from the French. “We do not curse thee, Waterloo"
ib. From the French. “ Must thou go, my glorious Chief?"
562 On the Star of “The Legion of Honour." From the French
ib. Napoleon's Farewell. From the French 563 Endorsement to the Deed of Separation, in the April of 1816
ib. Churchhill's Grave
565 A Fragment. “Could I remount," &c. ib. Sonnet to Lake Leman
ib. Romance muy Doloroso del Sitio y Toma de Alhama
566 A very mournful Ballad on the Siege and Conquest Alhama
ib. Sonetto di Vittorelli. Per Monaca.
568 Translation from Vittorelli. On a Nun. ib. Stanzas for Music. “Bright be the Place of thy Soul"
ib. Stanzas for Music. “They say that Hope is Happiness"
ib. To Thomas Moore. “My Bark is on the Shore"
ib. On the Bust of Helen by Canova
Page Song for the Luddites
569 To Thomas Moore. “ What are you doing now?
ib. So, we 'll go no more a roving
ib. To Mr. Murray. “To hook the Reader" ib. Epistle from Mr. Murray to Dr. Polidori ib. Epistle to Mr. Murray. “My dear Mr. Murray,” &c.
570 To Mr. Murray. “ Strahan, Tonson," &c. ib. On the Birth of John William Rizzo Hoppner
- 571 Stanzas to the Po
ib. Sonnet to George the Fourth, on the Re
peal of Lord Edward Fitzgerald's For-
573 Epitaph for William Pitt
ib. Epigram. “ In digging up your Bones, Tom Paine," &c.
ib. Stanzas. “When a Man hath no Freedom to fight for at home," &c.
ib. Epigram. “ The World is a Bundle of Hay" ib. The Charity Ball
ib. Epigram on my Wedding Day
574 On my Thirty-third Birth Day
ib. Epigram on the Braziers' Company
it. Martial, Lib. I. Epist. I.
ib. Bowles and Campbell
ib. Epigrams on Lord Castlereagh
ib. Epitaph on Lord Castlereagh John Keats
ib. The Conquest. A Fragment.
ib. To Mr. Murray. “ For Orford and for Waldegrave," &c.
ib. The Irish Avatar
575 Stanzas written on the Road between Florence and Pisa
. 576 Stanzas to a Hindoo Air
• 577 Impromptu, “Beneath Blessington's Eyes" ib. To the Countess of Blessington
ib. Stanzas inscribed — “ On this day I complete my Thirty-sixth Year "
ib. DON JUAN. PREFACE
- 578 TESTIMONIES OF AUTHORS
588 PREFACE to Cantos VI. VII. VIII.
666 Letter to the Editor of " My Grand. mother's Review"
798 Some Observations upon “ Remarks on the
First and Second Cantos of Don Juan"
3. Proceeds by sea to Prevesa. - 10. Driven on the Jan.
coast of Suli. - 12. Writes, in passing the Ambran. 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. 1798 -(10).
21. Reaches Missolonghi. - And, 25. Patras.
Dec. 4. Leaves Patras. - 14. Passes across the gulf of May 19. Succeeds to the fanılly 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. Ballie.
Feb. the charm is flown l'-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
May 9. Writes · Lines after swimming from Sestos to 1805 – (17).
Abydos.' - 14. Arrives at Constantinople. Oct Leaves Harrow for Trinity College, Cambridge.
June Makes an excursion through the Bosphorus to the
Black Sea and Cyanean Symplegades. 1806 – (18).
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.
Oct. 1807 — (19). March Publishes • Hours of Ideness.' See Fac Similes,
1811 - (23). No. I.
Jan. Takes up his residence at the Franciscan Convent, Oct. Begins an epic, to be entitled • Bosworth Field.'
Athens. - Writes . Dear object of defeated care!' And writes part of a novel.
Feb. Writes' Sons of the Greeks, arise !'_' I enter thy
garden of roses.' - And. Remarks on the Romaic 1808 – (20)
or Modern Greek Language.' Jaa. Passes his time between the dissipations of Cam March 12. Writes • Hints from Horace.' - 17. 'The Curse Aug. bridge and London.
of Minerva.' - And • Lines on Parting.' Sep. Takes up his residence at Newstead. - Formas the May Leaves Athens for Malta. - 16. Writes . Epitaph for design of visiting India. - Engaged in preparing
Joseph Blackett.' - And, 26. * Farewell to Malta.' Bnglish Bards and Scotch Reviewers' for the July Returns to England. press.
1. Death of his Mother. 1809 – (21).
Oct. 11. Writes Epistle to a Friend, Oh ! 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.'
1812 -(24). Bards' for the press.
Jan. Writes 'One struggle more and I am free.'-When 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. Hodgson, we are going !'
29. Publishes the two first cantos of Childe HaJuly 2. Salls from Falmouth.
rold. 7. Lands at Lisbon. - 17. Leaves Lisbon for Se March. Commits a new edition of English Bards,' &c. to ville and Cadis.
the dames. Writes, .If sometimes in the haunts Aug. 6. Arrives at Gibraltar.- 19. Takes his departure
of men.'' On a 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 ahore.'- 21. Leaves Malta.-29. Lands at Prevesa.
of Memory.' Oct. 1. Proceeds to Solara, Arta, and Joanninl. - 9. Sep. Writes · Address on the Opening of Drury Lane Leaves Joannini for Zitas. - Composes, during a
Theatre.' thunder-storm, . Chill and mirk is the nightly Oct. Writes • The Waltz ; an Apostrophic Hymn.'- And, blast.'-11. Reaches Tepaloen.- 12. Is introduced
• A Parenthetical Address by Dr. Plaglary.' to Au Pacha.- 26. Returas to Joannini.-31. Be. Nov. Writes • Address to Time - And Thou art not glas the first casto of Childe Harold.'
false, but thou art fickle !!
1813 – (ætat. 25). Jan. Writes. Remember him whom passion's power.' March. Publishes • The Waltz' anonymously. May. Publishes 'The Giaour.' See Fac Similes, No. II. July. Projects a journey to Abyssinia. Sep.
Writes. When from the Heart where Sorrow sits.' Nov. Is an unsuccessful sultor for the hand of Miss
-13. Writes · The Devil's Drive.' - 17. And Two Sonnets to Genevra.'-18. Begins. The Corsair.'-31. Finishes · The Corsair.'
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
Meeting.' Publishes · Lara.' -Writes 'Condolatory Verses to
Lady Jersey.' Makes a second proposal for the hand of Miss
Milbanke, and is accepted. Writes · Elegy on the Death of Sir Peter Parker.'
- And Lines to Belshazzar.' Writes Hebrew Melodies.'
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.' March. Translates, from the Armenian, a Correspondence
between St. Paul and the Corinthians. April. Visits Ferrara for a day. - 20. Writes · The Lament
of Tasso.' May. Visits Rome for a few days.-5. Writes there a new
third act to Manfred.' June, Begins, at Venice, the fourth canto of Childe Harold.' Oct. Writes · Beppo.'
1818 — (30).
1819-(31). Jan. 20. Finishes the second canto of Don Juan.' April. Commences an acquaintance with the Countess
Guiccioli. -Writes Stanzas to the Po.' Aug. Writes "Letter to the Editor of My Grandmother's
Review.' - And' Sonnet to George the Fourth.' Nov. Finishes the third and fourth cantos of Don Juan.' Dec. · Removes to Ravenna.
1820 – (32.) Jan. Is domesticated with the Countess Guiccioli. Feb. Translates the first canto of Morgante Maggiore.' March. Writes • The Prophecy of Dante.' - Translates
• 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
Juan.' Aug. Finishes · The Deformed Transformed.' – Writes
the ninth, tenth, and eleventh cantos of Don Juan.' Sep. Removes to Genoa.
1829 – (35) 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. Salls 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 appointed
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.
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 is 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.