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Singular Occurrence that took place at Pisa–Sketch of the
extraordinary Life of the late P. B. Shelley, Esq.-The
finding his Corpse, and the ceremony of burning it on a
pile, after the old Roman fashion, for the purpose of
depositing the ashes in Rome.—Lord Byron's Establish-
ment at Pisa.-His attachment to Monkies and other
animals. – His Regimen.—Pistol-practice.—Duelling.—
The Guiccioli...—Fletcher's bon mot.—The Circle at Pisa.
—The Gambas and Lord Byron driven from Venice and
Further Recollections of the Memoirs of Lord Byron, &c.
—First Meeting of Lord Byron and Miss Millbank.—
Description of that Lady.—Offer of Marriage, first re-
jected, and then accepted.—The Wedding Day fixed.—
The Fortune-Teller's Prediction.—The Wedding Cere-
mony described.—The Wedding Night.—Singular Dream.
—The Honey-moon eclipsed.—Byron refutes the charge
of having married from interested motives.—Distress in
High Life.—Temporary Separation.—Lady Byron, under
parental influence, refuses to return.—Statement of the
causes of Disagreement.—Mrs. C 's insidious Con-
duct and ill-offices. – Treacherous acts against Lord
Byron.—Attempt to prove him a Lunatic.—Character
and poetical Genius of Lady Byron, with Specimens of
the latter.—Public outcry against Lord Byron.—His
disinterested behaviour towards Lady Byron.—He again
leaves England, never to return!. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .