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Longman's liberal aid,' 107.
Longueurs,' 520.

Lorraine, Claude, 598.

Love, on the origin of, 56. Love! young love! 156.
Love's recess,' 166. Watching madness, 175. 'Dies
as it was born,' 179. No habitant of earth,' 179.
Will find its way,' 194. Light from heaven,' 194.
Platonic love, 486, 489. First love, 490, 510, 523. Wo-
man's love, 494, 511, 512. Man's love, 511. A caprici-
ous power,' 498.Nature's oracle,' 510. The very god
of evil,' 511. Its best interpreter,' 512.
His own
avenger, 526. The first net,' 531. Ilis loveliest
throne,' 543. Great opener of the heart,' 573. Makes
man sick,' 587. Its power contrasted with that of cash,
587. Propriety of the phrase 'tender passion,' 607.
Love in idleness,' 606.

Love of glory 's but an airy lust,' 528.

'Love of money.' See Money.

Love of offspring's nature's general law,' 39.

LOVE'S LAST ADIEU, 12.

Lucifer's sin, 521.

Luck's all,' 577.

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'M' To, 10.

Mac Flecknoe, 632.

M

Machiavelli, Nicolo, 173. See also 551, 579.

Macneil, Hector, 94. Popularity of his poems, 631.

Macpherson's Ossian, spuriousness of, 627.
Madeira trembled to a kiss,' 94, 629.

Mafra, where dwelt the Lusian's luckless queen,' 143.

Its extent and magnificence, 637.

Mahomet, 511. First duties enjoined by him, 650

Maid of Athens, ere we part, 48.

Maid of Saragoza, The. See Saragoza.

Majorian's hazardous visit to Carthage, 654.

Mallet, David, 95. Work for which Bolingbroke hired
him, 629.

Malta, Farewell to, 49.

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Cohen (now Sir F. Palgrave)'s translation of the story,
659. Petrarch on the Doge's conspiracy, 661.
Marion! why that pensive brow, 13.

Marius, 592.

Markow, General, 558.

Marlborough, Coxe's Life of, 520.
Marmion, the 'golden-crested,' 93.

93, 629. His acts of darkness,' 99.

'Good night' to,

'Marriage from love,' 513. All comedies ended by, 513,
587. The best or worst' of any state, 607. Best
state for morals,' 610.
Martial, epigram from, 87. Those nauseous epigrams,'

484.

Mary, To, on receiving her picture,' 11. I have a pas

sion for the name,' 530.

Mary, Queen of Scots, 537, 572.
Matchmaking, 610.

Matrimony, 587.

Matter, Bishop Berkeley's theory respecting, 580. Trem-
bles to come near' spirit, 624.

Maurice, Rev. Thomas, and all his granite weight of
leaves,' 95. His literary productions, 629.
MAZEPPA, 255. Foundation of the tale, 255.
Medici, the, merchant dukes,' 174,
Meditation, 150.

Megaspelion, view from the monastery of, 641.
Meknop, General, 563.
Melancthon, 569,

Melton jacket, the, 599.
Memnon's statue, 597.

Memory flashes on my brain,' 119.
Mendeli, Mount, and its cave, 615.
Merci, Count, epitaph on, 614.
Merivale, J. H., and his
Roncesvalles, 284.

Merry's Metaphors, 98.

associate bard,' 99, 631. His

Metaphysics, that labyrinth,' 591.

Metellà, Cecilia, tomb of, 619.

Methodism, cause of the success of, 647.

Metternich, power's foremost parasite,' 137.

Michelli, Madame, the translator of Shakspeare, 663.
Middle age of man, 586.

Milman, Rev. Henry Hart, character of The Fall of
Jerusalem by, 307.

Milo, Napoleon compared to, 60.

Miltiades, the dust of,

bravest friend,' 519.

615. Freedom's best and

Milton, John, 102, 108, 480. His heartless daughters,'
480.Hapless in his nuptials,' 513. A harsh site,'

520, 665.

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Mob, the, sick of imitating Job,' 560.
Mobility defined, 623, 670,

Money is Aladdin's lamp,' 587. Love of, the only
pleasure which requites,' 600. See Cash.
Monkir and Nekir, superstition relative to, 651.

Monks, a-propos of, 606.

Monmouth Geoffry's chronicle,' 616.

MONGDY ON THE DEATH OF THE RT. HON. R. B.
SHERIDAN, 55.

Monsoon, the, her steady breath,' 560.

Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley, charming Mary,' 530.
Montaigne, motto of, 568.
Mont Blanc, 175, 647.

293.

The monarch of mountains,"

Montgomery, James, answer to a poem of, 29.
Alcaus,' 95. His Wanderer of Switzerland.' 629.
Montgomery ! true, the common lot, 29.
Montmorenci, 'sworn foe to charters,' 137.
Moon, the, an exciter of mischief, 489.
egotism the tuism,' 616.

'Sad

Of amatory

Moore, Dr. John, mistakes of, relative to Marino Faliero,
305, 306.

Moore, Thomas, poor Little,' 36. His intended duct
with Jeffrey, 37, 630. On his last operatic farce,' 50.
On his intended visit to Leigh Hunt in gaol, 57. Frag-
ment of an epistle to him, 61. Verses to him, 81, 82.
Young Catullus of his day,' 94. Little's leadless pis
tol,' 95. Dedication to lilin, 207. Anacreon Moore,'
163. Morat and

488.

Morat, the proud, the patriot-field,'
Marathon, twin names,' 163.
More, Hannah, and her Celebs,' 482.

More, Sir Thomas, on the scaffold, 654.

Moreau, General, 481.

Morelli, Abbate, 663.

Morena's dusky height,' 144.

Morgan, Lady. See Owenson, Miss.

MORGANTE MAGGIORE of Pulci, 284. Byron's reasons
for translating it, 294. Pulci's design in writing the
poem, 284. His punch on the head,' 659.

Morosini, Venetian poet, 663.

Mortality! thou hast thy monthly bills,' 559.
Moscow Conflagration: Her fiery exit,' 115, Sublimest of
volcanoes, 132. Sympathy of the lamplighters and tal-
low-chandlers, 636. Napoleon's heartless allusion to, 646.
Moses (the Hebrew), Michael Angelo's statue of, 233.
Mossop, the actor, 110, 625.

Mother Church weeps o'er her offspring tithes,' 133.
Mountains are a feeling,' 163.

Muchtar Pacha's son's wife's jealousy and its tragic re-
sults, 651.

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Nabuchodonosor, king of men,' 534.

Nadir Shah, and the cause of his death, 569,
Naldi, the singer, 97, 630.

Napoleon Buonaparte, greatest nor worst of men,' poetie
reflections on, 160. Ode to him, 59. The new Sesos-
tris, 131. His annoyances at Saint Helena, 131. To
melt three fools to a Napoleon,' 134. The farmers'
'great Triptolemus,' 136. Crushed by the northern
Thor,' 476. Ceres fell with Buonaparte,' 569. Colour
of his eyes, 572. The modern Mars,' 577. Where is
Napoleon the Grand?' 585. Seem'd quite a Jupiter,'
586. Had Buonaparte won at Waterloo,' 607. Sa-
vary's devotion to him, 628. His heartless allusion to
Moscow, 616. His inscription on the sea walls of the
Adriatic, 670. His Empress: See Maria Louisa. His
son: See Reichstadt.

NAPOLEON'S FAREWELL, 70.
Napoli di Romania, 235.

Native land, sensation on leaving one's, 497.

Nature the kindest mother,' 151. Maternal nature,'
161. Sacred nature,' 181. Teaches more than power
can spoil,' 538. Might forego her debt,' 609. Nature's
nature,' 612.

Nay, smile not at my sullen brow, 147.

Nebuchadnezzar. See Nabuchodonosor.

Neipperg, Count, Empress Maria Louisa's second hus-
band, The martial Argus,' 137.

Nekir. See Monkir.

Nelson was once Britannia's god of war,' 481.

Nem. con. leads oft to crim. con.' 614.

Nemesis, great, 176, 180.

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Nile or Niger, those shuffling negroes,' 591.
'Nimrod's hunting box,' 534.
Ninon de l'Enclos, 537.

Nisus, the guardian of the portal stood," 16.
No breath of air to break the ware, 185.
No specious splendour of this stone, 21.
Noble, life of a young, 585.
North, the moral, 485.
Northerton, Ensign, 648.
North-west passage, 595.

Not in those climes where I have late been straying, 132.
Nothing so difficult as a beginning, 521.
'Novelties please less than they impress,' 591.
Novels set young hearts bleeding,' 522.
Numa Pompilius, 483.

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O love! O glory! what are ye who fly, 551.
'Oak at Newstead,' To an, 40.

Obstinacy and firmness, convertible terms according to
circumstances, 607.

Ocean, apostrophe to the, 184.
Ocean stream, the, 530.
ODE ON VENICE, 83.

ODE TO NAPOLEON, 59.

Odessa, founder and benefactor of, 541.

O'er the glad waters of the dark blue sea, 208.
Offspring, love of, 539.

Of all the barbarous middle ages, that, 586.

Of two fair virgins, modest, though admired, $7.

Oh! Anne, your offences to me have been grievous, 39.
'Oh, banish care'-such ever be, 50.

Oh, blood and thunder! and oh, blood and rounds! 557.
Oh, Castlereagh! thou art a patriot now, 87.
Oh, could Le Sage's demon's gift, 9.

Oh, did those eyes, instead of fire, 10.
Oh, factious riper whose envenom'd tooth, 22.
Oh, friend for ever loved, 3.

Oh, had my fate been join'd with thine, 34.
Oh, how I wish that an embargo, 48.
Oh, lady! when I left the shore, 46.
Oh, Mariamne! now for thee, 66.
Oh, might I kiss those eyes of fire, 5.
Oh, my lonely-lonely-lonely pillow 89.

Oh, say not, sweet Anne, that the Fates have decreed, 39.
Oh! snatch'd away in beauty's bloom, 64.
Oh, talk not to me of a name great in story, 89.
Oh, thou! in Hellas deem'd of heavenly birth, 140,
Oh, Venice Venice! when thy marble calls, 3.
Oh! weep for those that wept by Babel's stream, &4.
Oh, Wellington !-or Villainton !-for fame, 567.
Oh, when shall the grave hide for ever my torrer, 1.
Oh ye! who teach the ingenuous youth of nations, 497.
Gh, yes, I will own we were dear to each other, 36.
Oh you, who in all names can tickle the town, 57.
Old age, creeping on apace,' 516.

O'Meara, Barry, the stiff surgeon,' 131.

On Jordan's banks the Arab's camels stray, 64.

ON THIS DAY I COMPLETE MY THIRTY-SIXTH YEAR,
Once more in man's frail world! which I had left, 278.
One struggle more, and I am free, 51.

Orchomenus, Lines written in the Travellers' Book at, 48
O'Reilly, General Count, who took Algiers,' 491.
Origin of Love,' On the, 56.
Orla See Calmar and Orla.
Orphans, loneliness of, 611.
Orthodoxy. See Heterodoxy.
OSCAR OF ALVA, A Tale, 13.

Nemi navell'd in the woody hills,' 183. The retreat of Ossian. See Macpherson.

Egeria, 649.

Nero, flowers strewed upon the tomb of, 665.

Nero, the Consul, unequalled march of, 657.

Nessus' robe, 584, 616.

New Jerusalem,' and modern Jews, 136."

Newfoundland dog, inscriptions on the monument of a,

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Otho, Rome's sixth emperor,' 301.

Our life is twofold: Sleep hath its own world, 74.
Our nation's foes lament on For's death, 22.
"Ovid's a rake,' 484. Love's tutor, 511.

Owenson, Miss (Lady Morgan), and her 'Ida of Athens,”

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Paper credit, 113.

Parcæ, the, 530.

Parent of golden dreams, Romance! 21.

PARENTHETICAL ADDRESS, by Dr. Plagiary, 55.

Paris, the Dardan boy,' 606.

PARISINA, 245. Occurrence on which the poem is found-
ed, 245, 656.

Parker, Margaret, on the death of ( a young lady'), 2.
Parker, Sir Peter, elegiac stanzas on the death of, 62.
Parks, those vegetable puncheons,' 584.

Parnassus, 145. The Muses' seat,' 145. Loved Par-
nassus,' 152, Poor as Irus,' 107.
Parthenon, mutilation of the, 638.

Parting, On, 49.

Pasiphic promoted breeding cattle,' 501.
Pasqualigo, naval bravery of, 663.

Passion raves itself to rest,' 147. Its fruits, 151. Fix'd
passion holds his breath,' 164. Most dissembles,' 486.
Glorious in a lover,' 513. Overwrought with,' 525.

'Passions in their full growth,' 524. Their extreme verge,'

529.

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Philosophy, 147, 614. A short colloquy with, 512.

Phyle's brow,' 155. Fort Phyle, 641. Its remains, 644.

Physicians mend or end us,' 576.

Picture (a) is the past,' 616.

Pigot, J. M. B., Esq., reply to some verses of, 22.

Pigot, Miss ( Eliza'), verses to, 23.

Pillans, shall traduce his friend,' 96; baselessness of the
in-inuation, 630.

Bleak Pindus,' 152.

Epitaph for him,
his very rival,'
Renowned for
His additions to

Pindar sang horse races,' 518.
'Pindus' inland peak,' 152.
Pins, those cursed,' 546.
Pistol, effect of the cocking of a, 524.
Fitt, Rt. Hon. William, 20, 22, 102.
86. Opinion entertained of him by
131. Proximity of their graves, 131.
ruining Great Britain gratis,' 568.
our Parliamentary tongue, 632.
Plato, Pagan, 105. His 'dialogues dramatic,' 614. Con-
soled by his own repartee,' 619. Book found under his
pillow at his death, 633. His retort on Diogenes, 670.
Platonism and Platonic love, 486, 489, 607.
Play, the two pleasures of, 602.

Playhouses. See Drama.

Pleasure! you are indeed a pleasant thing,' 489. A
sin, 490. Its shrine, 496. No sterner moralist than,'

517.

'Pleasures of Memory,' lines written on a blank leaf of,

54.

Plutarch, the good old Greek,' 588. Mitford's abuse of
him, 669.

Plymley, Peter. See Smith, Rev. Sydney.
Poesy, nothing so difficult as a beginning in,' 521.
Poets and Poetry. Many are poets who have never
penn'd,' 282. Poets the foster-babes of Fame,' 528.
Amatory poets 'little think what mischief is in hand,'
530. Duties of a true poet, 563. Greatest living poets,'

584.

Poggio's exclamation over ruined Rome, 648.

Poland, still a waste,' 132.

Polidori, Dr., epistle from Mr. Murray to, 82.
Polycrates, 519.

Polygamy spawns warriors by the score,' 564.
Pompey's dread statue,' 176.

cuckold,' 511.

Hero, conqueror, and

Pope, Alexander, better to err with,' 92. His pure
strain,' 92. His youthful eclogues, 106. 'Would stop
to polish by the way,' 106.

Popular applause, the 'glorious meed' of, 518.
Porson, Professor, 626.

Portland, William Henry Cavendish, third Duke of;
'old dame Portland,' 100. Jeu d'esprit upon him, 632,
Portugal, Lusitania, 143. Character of its people, 637.
Posterity a dubious kind of reed,' 587.

Posterity will ne'er survey, 87.

Potemkin, Prince, 553. His pithy order to Suwarrow to
take Ismail, 553.

Potiphar, the spouse of, 539.

Pouqueville, M. de, 640.

Powell's pistol ready for your life,' 97.
killed by him, 631.

Pratt, Samuel Jas.: Hail, Sympathy,' 94.
PRAYER OF NATURE, The, 33.
Prayer, the hour of, 520.

Pride leads the mind to soar too far,' 521.
pressive weight,' 594.

Prince Regent. See George the Fourth.
PRISONER OF CHILLON, The, 259.

Antagonist

'Pride's op-

Proctor, Bryan Waller, Barry Cornwall' (gentle Eu-
phues'), a sort of moral me, 584.

Prologue for a private theatrical performance, 21.
PROMETHEUS, 78. His unforgiven' filching, 430.
PROPHECY OF DANTE, The, 277. Occasion of the poem,
277, 278. See Dante.

Protesilaus, 527.

Pulci, sire of the half-serious rhyme,' 522.

gante Maggiore.

Punning, classical authorities for, 632.
Pye, Henry James, poet laureate, 92.
again ? 129.

'Pygmalion's statue waking,' 545.
Pylades and Orestes, 626.
Pyramus and Thisbe, 534.
Pyrrhic dance, the, 514, 519.

Pyrrho, on a sea of speculation,' 568.

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Queens, generally prosperous in reigning,' 577.
Querini Alvise, honourable career of, 663.

Quiet to quick bosoms is a hell,' 161.

Quite refreshing'-'affected phrase,' 563.

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Rage, the wine of passion,' 263.
Rage in woman, 539.

Rainbow, description of a, 503. See Iris.
Ramazani's Fast,' 153.

Ram Alley,' extract from Barrey's comedy of, 636.
Raphael, who died in thy embrace,' 475, 664. Women
can transfigure brighter than,' 609.

Rapp the harmonist embargo'd marriage,' 611. 'Re-
verse of zealous matrons,' 611. State of the colonies
founded by him, 670.

Ravenna, fortress of falling empire,' 174. Reverence of
its people for Dante, 228. Its immemorial wood,' 521.
Its carnage,' 529.

Ravenstone, meaning of the epithet, 664.

Reason: let it not be overswayed,' 405. Ne'er was hand
in glove with rhyme,' 572.

Red Sea, not red, 507.

'Reformadoes,' the, 574.

'Refreshing. See Quite refreshing.

Reichstadt, Napoleon Francois Charles Joseph, Duke of
(son of Napoleon I.), the young Astyanax of modern
Troy,' 137. Hopes defeated by his death, 670.

Religious persecution, folly of, 542.

Rembrandt's darkness, 598.

Remember him, whom passion's power, 56.
Remember thee! remember thee, 55.
Remembrance,' 30.

Remind me not, remind me not, 44.

Remorse: the mind that broods o'er guilty woes,' 189.
Renown 's all hit or miss,' 553.

Rent, the grand agrarian alchymy,' 136. Down with
everything and up with rent,' 136.
Repletion, 532.

Revenge in person 's certainly no virtue.' 483.
Revolution alone can save the earth,' 561.

Reynolds, Frederick, dramatist, and his favourite exple-
tives, 96, 630.

Rhine, the, 'exulting and
wide and winding," 152.
to thee,' 162.

Rhone, the arrowy,' 163.
blue, 647.

Rialto, the, 169, 473.

abounding river,' 11. The
These banks of,' 662.⚫ Adieu

The swift,' 165. Depth of its

Ribas, Admiral, known in Russian story,' 553.
Ribaupierre, General, 562.

Rich, Claudius, Esquire, and the bricks of Babel,' 534.
Richards, Rev. George, D.D., wakes a genuine poet's
fires,' 100. His literary productions, 632.
Richelieu, Due de, humanity of, 541.

Ridotto, description of a, 476.

Rienzi! last of Romans!' 178, 649.

Riga, Greek patriot, translation of the famous war-song

of, 48. His career and end, 48, 627.

Ring: the damn'dest part of matrimony,' 572.
River, that rollest by the ancient walls, 85.
Rochefoucault's maxims, 647.

Rogers, Samuel: melodious Rogers,' 98. Characterised
as Pollio,' 109 Dedication to him, 185. Byron's opin-
ion of his Pleasures of Memory,' 631, 653. Idea bor-
rowed from him, 653.

Romaic-or modern Greek-Songs, translations of, 48,
49, 56.

ROMANCE, To, 24.

Roman daughter, story of the: There is a dungeon,'
181, 649.

Roman Labourers' Chorus, 168.
Rome, bows her to the storm,' 173.
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Lone mother of
dead empires,' 175. The Niobe of nations,' 175. Pog-
gio's exclamation o'er its ruins, 649. Its present degra
dation, 649. The spoiler of the spoil of France,' 280.
Romilly, the lamented late Sir Samuel,' 482. His
suicide, 482.

Roque, M., on the character of the modern Greeks, 641.
Rosbach, trivial cause which led to the battle of, 306.
Roscoe's Leo the Tenth, mysterious story from, 655.
Rothschild, and his fellow Christian, Baring,' 587.
Rousseau, Jean Jacques: Lines written in his Letters
of an Italian Nun, 4. Self-torturing sophist,' 164.
His memorable kiss,' 164, 647. His life one long war
with self-sought foes,' 164. Scenery of Clarens, and his
connexion with it, 166, 647. Scene of the catastrophe
of his Heloise,' 657.

Rousseau-Voltaire-our Gibbon-and De Stael,' 79.
Rumour, that live Gazette,' 609.

Rushton, Robert (my little page'), 141.

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he overcame the devil, 667.

Saint Helena, yon lone isle,' 131.

The rocky isle,' 132.

Saint Mark's, Venice, 170. The Saint's lion, 648.
Saint Peter sat by the celestial gate, 123.
Saint Peter's, Rome, the vast and wondrous dome,' 181,
182, 271, 283, 659.

Saint Sophia, Constantinople: Sophia's bright roofs,'
181. Cupola with golden gleam,' 530.

Salamis, unconquered,' 111. The day of,' 133. The
gulf, the rock of,' 186. Sea-born Salamis,' 519.
Salvator Rosa, savage Salvatore,' 598.

Sanguinetto, where the dead made the earth wet,' 174.
'Santa Croce's holy precincts,' 173, 174.

Sappho, the Lesbian,' 152. Doubtful morality of her
Ode,' 484. Sage blue stocking,' 511. The place of
her leap, 640.

Saragoza, heroism of the maid of, 145. Her more than
Amazonian blade,' 134.

SARDANAPALUS, A Tragedy, 339. Sketch of the story
on which it is founded, 663.

Satan's 'power to pay a heavenly visit,' 125.

Satiric rhyme first sprang from selfish spleen,' 103.
Satanic school, the, 121.

SAUL, 65. His Song before his last battle,' 65.
Savary's devotion to Napoleon, 628.

Scamander, old,' 527.

Schiller, 170.

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Sforza, Ludovico, 657.
Shakspeare, 54, 170, 552, 646.
den,' 606.

Shaving, an entailed curse, 602.

His ever-blooming gar-

She walks in beauty like the night, 63.
She epistle,' earth has nothing like a, 600.

Shee, Sir Martin Archer, P. R.A.. poetic eulogy on, 93.
Sheridan, Rt. Hon. Richard Brinsley, Monody on the
death of, 77. His eloquence, 77.

Sheridan, Thomas, and Beaumont's pilfer'd caratach,'
95. His character, 630.

Shipwreck of the Trinidada,' 498, 504.
Shooter's Hill, 579, 580.

SIEGE OF CORINTH, The, 235. Incident on which the
poem is founded, 235.

Sierra Morena, the, and its fortifications, 144, 637.
Sigum, Cape, 527.

Simeon, Rev. Charles, 105. His Calvinistic ardour, and
rustic coadjutor, 633.

Simoom, the, and its effects, 188, 525.

Since now the hour is come at last, 6.

Since our country, our God-Oh my sire! 64.
Since the refinement of this polish'd age, 21.
'Sinking fund's unfathomable sea,' 623.

Skeffington, Sir Lumley, 96.

SKETCH, A, 71.

SKULL, Lines inscribed on a cup formed from a, 43.
Slave market at Constantinople, 529, 531, 532.
Slavery of men to their own whims, 531.

'Sleep hath its own world,' 74. Sleep is awful,' 507.
State of sleep, 523.

Slow sinks, more lovely ere his race be run, 111, 218.
Smith, Mrs. Spencer, 'sweet Florence, 151, Verses to
her, 46. 'Sweet Florence, where art thou?' 47.
Smith, Rev. Sydney, smug Sydney,' 96. Characterised
as Peter Pith,' (21. His fat fen vicarage,' 621. His
Plymley Letters, 630. His twelve parson-power ' joke,

668.

Smith, Wm., M.P. See Southey.
Smoking, eulogy on, 268.

Snow a remedy for hot blood, 485, 543, 665, 667.
So Castlereagh has cut his throat! 87.

So he has cut his throat at last! 87.

So are 'll go no more a-roring, 81.
Society, the sweet consequence of,' 562. Is but a game,"
590. That china without flaw,' 592. Que polish'd
horde,' 599. That wild,' 692. The snake,' 608.
Socrates, the murder'd sage,' 111. His confession of
ignorance, 551. Great Socrates,' 609. Model of all
duty,' 614. His death, 635. Why put to death. 642.
Soignies, wood of, and its historical associations, 646.
Solano the traitor,' 148, 637, 638.

Solitude, true elements of, 150. Least alone in,' 165.
Should teach us how to die,' 171. Humorous defini
tion of, 487. 'Her realms,' 534. Crime not her child,

561.

'Solitudes called social,' 523.

Solyman; was he the last of his line? 666.

SONG FOR THE LUDDITES, 81.

SONG OF SAUL BEFORE HIS LAST BATTLE, 65.
SONNET on Chillon, 250.

'To Genevra,' 58.

To the same,' 58.

To George the Fourth,' 85.

To Lake Leman,' 79.

'From Vittoreili, 81.

Sons of the Greeks, arise, 48.
'Soracte's ridge,' 175.

Sorrow ponders on the past, 157. Preys upon its soli.
tude,' 386.

Sotheby, William, 98. His 'Orestes,' 82. 'Old Both-
erby, 119. His muse, 495. His writings,, 631.
'Soul,' 606.

South, Dr., Whom every week I study,' 508.
Southcote, Joanna, and her 'Shiloh,' 125, 520, 586.
Southey, Robert, LL.D., 93. The ballad monger,' 93.
This tremendous Thalaba' and other works, 93, 109,
629. Ludicrous story fathered on his Curse of Keha-
ma,' 634. His Joan of Arc,' 93, 604. His epic moun-
tains,' 104. Strictures on his alleged political apostasy,
122. His eulogium on Walter Savage Landor, 122.
Sarcastic allusions to him, 125, 127, 129. Satirical
account of his career, 130. His last Pæan,' 61.
Ironical dedication of Don Juan' to him, 479. Lines
playfully quoted from him, 496. Allusions to him in
that poem, 495, 520, 584.

Spagnoletto's 'tainted brush,' 598.

Spain, compass'd by unyielding foes,' 143. Renown'd,
romantic land,' 143. Sad will be thy reckoning day,"

144.

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Star of the brave! whose beam hath shed, 69.

Start not-nor deem my spirit fled, 43.

Stickles, John, 633.

Still must I hear ?-shall hoarse Fitzgerald bawl, 92.
'Stoics-men without a heart,' 531.

Stonehenge-'what the devil is it?' 581.

Stott, grovelling, 93. Specimen of his bathos, 628.
Strahan, Tonson, Lintot of the times, 83.
Stranger! behold interr'd together, 49.

Strangford, Lord, Translator of the tinsel song,' 94.
His egotistic laudation of blue eyes, 94, 629. Character
of his rendering of Camoëns, 94, 629,

Suicide, the impelling motive to, 601.

Suli's rocks' and 'shaggy shore,' 152, 154, 519.

Suliotes, hospitality of the, 154.

Sulpicius's letter to Cicero, 648.

Sun of the sleepless! melancholy star! 66.

Sunday in London, 146.

Sunium's marbled steep,' 519.

Sunrise, 507.

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Thames, the: 'thy Thamis,' 146. 'Hail! Thamis,
hail!' 581. The gentle sound of,' 581.

The antique Persians taught three useful things, 615.
The Assyrian came down like the wolf on the fold, 67,
The braziers, it seems, are preparing to pass, 87.
The castled crag of Drachenfels, 162.
The chain I gave was fair to view, 54.
The Devil returned to hell by two, 58.

The fight was o'er; the flashing through the gloom, 269.
The good old times'-all times when old are good, 131.
The harp the monarch minstrel swept, 63.
The Isles of Greece, the Isles of Greece, 518.
The king was on his throne, 65.

The kiss, dear maid! thy lip has left, 49.
The land where I was born sils by the seas, 291.
The man of firm and noble soul, 5.

The modest bard, like many a bard unknown, 48.
The Moorish king rides up and down, 79.
The morning watch was come; the vessel lay, 262.
The Origin of Love!'-Ah, why, 56.

The roses of love glad the garden of life, 12.
The serfs are glad through Lara's wide domain, 221.
The Son of Love and Lord of War I sing, 87.
The spell is broke, the charm is flown! 47.
The spirit of the fervent days of old, 299.
The wild gazelle on Judah's hills, 63.
The winds are high on Helle's wave, 201.
The world is a bundle of hay, 87.
Themistocles, tomb of, 185, 649.
There be none of Beauty's daughters, 69.
There is a tear for all that die, 62.
There is a tide in the affairs of men, 542.
There's not a joy the world can give, 68.
There was a time, I need not name, 44.
Thermopyla, 186, 280, 519.

These locks which fondly thus entwine, 13.
'Theseus' fane,' 111.

They say that hope is happiness, 81.

Thine eyes' blue tenderness, thy long fair hair, 58.

Think'st thou I saw those beauteous eyes, 6.

This band, which bound thy yellow hair, 30.

This day, of all our days, has done, 87.

This faint resemblance of thy charms, 11.

This votive pledge of fond esteem, 7.

Thornton, Thomas, mistakes of, relative to the character
of the modern Grecks, 642. His miscorrection of
Pouqueville, 642, note *.

Those flaxen locks, those eyes of blue, 41.

Thou art not false, but thou art fickle, 56.

Thou lay thy branch of laurel down,' 57.

Thou Power who hast ruled me through infancy's days,

40.

Thou whose spell can raise the dead, 65.
Though the day of my destiny's over, 72.

THOUGHTS SUGGESTED BY A COLLEGE EXAMINATION,
20.

Thrasimene's lake, and defeat of the Romans there, 174.
'Thrasybulus and his train,' 155.

Through cloudless skies, in silvery sheen, 47.

Through life's dull road so dim and dirty, 87.

Through thy battlements, Newstead, the hollow winds
whistle, 3.

Thunderstorm, description of a, 165, 647. Stanzas com-
posed during one, 47.

Thurlow, Thomas Hovell, second Lord:

of, 57. Lines To Lord Thurlow,' 57.

On the poems

Thy cheek is pale with thought, but not from woe, 58.
Thy days are done, thy fame begun, 65.

Thy verse is 'sad' enough, no doubt, 39.

THYRZA, TO, 51. Other pieces devoted to the same fair
one, 51, 52, 53.

Tibullus, imitation of, 4.

Tillotson, Archbishop, 508, 551.

Timbuctoo, there 'black is fair,' 591.
Time, 158, 170, 182, 519, 521, 522.
Time! on whose arbitrary wing, 55.
Tiresias, 606.

'Tis done-and shivering in the gale, 45.
'Tis done but yesterday a king! 59.
'Tis done!-I saw it in my dreams, 30.

'Tis known, at least it should be, that throughout, 472.
'Tis time this heart should be unmoved, 90.
Titan! to whose immortal eyes, 78.
Tittle tattle, that abominable,' 589.
Titus, Love's master, 511.

To be the father of the fatherless, 85.

To hook the reader, you, John Murray, 82.
'Tobacco, sublime,' 268.

Tombs, huge, 534.

Tomerit, vast, 153. Its ancient name, 640.

Tom Jones, we have no accomplish'd blackguards like,'

601.

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