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Styles, Rev. Dr., hla sermon against

Lord Byron, 595.
Styx, 641.
Suetonius, 639.
Suicide, 667. 736.
Suli, 20. 23. 637.
Suliotes, their hospitality, 23.
Sulpicius, Servius, his lotter to Cicero

on the death of his daughter, 16.
Sunium, 637.
• Sun of the Sleepless,' 166.
Sunday in London, 12.
Sunday School, 61).
Sunrise, 623.
Sunset, 627. 612.
Superstition, 21.
Suspense, 32.
Suspicion, 37.
Suwarrow, Field Marshal, 677, 678, 681,

682, 683. His ‘polar melody' on the
capture of Ismail, 696. His character,

696. Brevity of his style, 702.
Swift, Dr. Jonathan, 415. 599. 677.
Swoon, 621.
Sylla, 51. 150. 461. 690.
Sympathy, 625. 671.
Symplegades, 60. 552. 653.
Syracuse, 44.

T.

His prose

Solitudes, social, 613.
Solomon, 677. 729.
Solyman, Sultan, 665.
• SONG for the Luddites,' 569.
• Song of Saul before his last battle,'

465.
Songs of the Venetian gondoliers, 42.

769.
• Sons of the Greeks, arise !'546.
SONYET to Genevra, 557. On Chillon,

138. To Lake Leman, 565. From
Vittorelli, 568. To George the Fourth,
on the repeal of Lord Edward Fitz.

gerald's furleiture, 572.
Sonnets, the most puling, petrifying,

stupidly platonic compositions,' 557.
Soracte, 50.
Sorrow, 14. 27. 294. 298.
Sotheby, William, esq., 433. 509, 510.799.
Soul, 318. 741.
South, Dr., his sermons, 625.
Southcote, Joanna, 517. 638.
Southey, Robert, esq., LL.D., his

person and manners, 424.
and poetry, 421. His. Roderick,' 423.
His Thalaba,' 423. llis. Old Woman
of Berkley,' 421. His Curse of Ke.
hama,' 449. His Joan of Arc,' 449.
His • Inscription for Henry Martin the
regicide,' 514. His • Pantisocracy;'
638. DEDICATION of Don Juan to,

588.
Spagnoletti, 732.
Spartan's epitaph, 43.
Spencer, William, esq., 509.
Spenser, his measure, 1. 90.
Spinola, 501.
Sporus, Pope's character of, 806.
Staël, Madame de, 78. 636. 802. Tri.

bute to her memory, 776. ller' Co-

rinne,' quoted, 607.
Starnboul (Constantinople), 25.
"STANZAS to a lady on leaving England,'

540. To a lady with the poems of
Camoëns, 382. To Florence, 543.
Composed during a thunder-storm,
543. Written on passing the Ambra-
cian Gulf, 544. To Inez, 13. • Tam-
bourgi ! Tambourgi ! thy 'larum
afar,' 24. Away, away, ye notes of
woe,' 550.

• One struggle more, and
I am free,' 550. “And thou art dead,'
&c., 551. If sometimes in the haunts
of men,' 551. Thou art not false, but
thou art fickle,' 555. On being asked
what was the origin of love, 555.
* Remember him,' &c. 555. .To Au-
gusta,' 470. Elegiac, on the death of
Sir Peter Parker,' 566. • When a
man hath no freedom,' 573. To the
Po, 571. Written on the road between
Florence and Pisa, 576. Could love
for ever,' 572. On completing my
thirty-sixth year, 577. To a Hindoo

air, 577.
• STAR of the Legion of Honour, On

the,' 562.
Statesmen, 757.
Steam-engines, 704.
Stoddart, Sir John, 579,
Stoics, 654.
Stonehenge, 714.
Stott, (Ilasez of the Morning Post,')

423.
• STRAIAN, Tonson, Lintot of the

times,' 570.
Strangford, Lord, his Camoëns,' 342.

125.

Tact, 606.
Tagus, 6.
Tahiri, Dervish, 762.
Talavera, 9.
Talleyrand, Prince de, 533.
* Tambourgi! Tambourgi !' 24.
Tarpeian rock, 54.
Tasso, 45, 46. 477, 479. 479. 301.769.774.

805. LAMENT of,' 476.
Tassoni, 804.
Tattersall, Rev. John Cecil, 407.
Tavell, Rev. G. F. (Lord Byron's

college tutor), 442.
Tea, prophetic powers of, 645.
• TEAR,' The, 399.
Tears, 662, 704.
Tempe, 21.
Teniers, 732.
Tepaleen, 22.
Terni, Falls of, 49.
Terrot, Rev. Mr., his Common Sense'

quoted, 582.
Thames, 12. 713.
• The CASTLED CRAG of Drachenfels,'

34.
• THE CHAIN I gave was fair to view,'
552.

HARP the monarch minstrel
swept,' 463.
• The Isles of Greece, the Isles of

Greece,' 636.
THE WORLD is a bundle of hay.' 573.
• THE SPELL is broke, the charm is

flown,' 544.
· The WILD GAZELLE,' 464.
Themistocles, Tomb of, 62. Lines by

Plato upon, 62.
• There be none of Beauty's daughters,'

561.
. THERE was a time, I necd not name,'

540,
• There's not a joy the world can

pive,' 360.
Thermopylæ. 64. 500. 637.
Theseus, temple of, 153.
• They say that Hope is happiness,

568.

THIS DAY, of all our days,' 574.
Thomson, his · Seasons' would have

been better in rhyme,' 806.
Thornton, Thomas, esq., character of

his . State of the Ottoman Empire,'

765.
. THOU art not false, but thou art

fickle,' 555.
• THOUGH the day of my destiny's

o'er !' 470.
• THOUGHTS suggested by a college ex-

amination,' 397.
Thrasimene, lake of, 50. 303. Battle

of, 50.
• THROUGH cloudless skies, in silvery

sheen,' 544.
" THROUGH life's dull road, so dim and

dirty,' 574.
'THROUGU thy battlements, Newstead,'

378.
Thurlow (Thomas Hovell Thurlow),

second Lord, Lines on his . Poems,'

555. Verses to, 536.
Thunder-storm on the Lake of Ge.

neva described, 38.
Thunder-storm near Zitza, STANZAS

composed during, 343.
.The days are done,' 465.
Thyrza, 'STANZAS to,' 549, 550, 551.
Tiberius, 747.
Tibullus, his ' Sulpicia ad Cerinthum'

translated, 379.
Tillotson, Archbishop, 625. 677.
Timbuctoo, women of, 725.
Time, 28. 44. 638. 640, 641. 739. LINES

to,' 554.
Timoleon, 121.
Timon, 2.
Timour, 304. 696.
Tiresias, 741.
• 'TIS DONG; and shivering in the gale,'

542.
'Tis TIME this heart should be un.

moved,' 577.
Titans, 700.
Tithes, 756.
Titian, 732.
Tittle-tattle, 722.
Titus, 628. • The master of love,'

628.
• Titus, on the day of the destruction of

Jerusalem by,' 467.
Tobacco, 168.
Tomb, 746.
Tombs, folly of erecting large ones,

658.
Tomerit, Mount, 22.
Tom Jones, 'an accomplished black-

guard,' 735.
Tonson, Jacob, bookseller, 746.
Tooke, John Horne Tooke, 522. 753,
Torture, 44.
Tournefort, 652. 657.
Tower of Babel, 658.
Town and country, 758.
Town life, 717.
Townshend, Rev. George, 441. Ilis

'Armageddon,' 441.
Trafalgar, 20.
Trajan, 54. His column, 54.
TRANSLATION from Catullus, 'ad Les-

biain,' 379. Of the Epitaplı on Virgil
and Tibullus, by Domitius Marsu13,
379. Or Tibullus, ' Sulpicia ad Cerin.
thum,' 376. From Catullus, 'Lugete,
Veneres, Cupidinesque,' 379.

or
llorace's 'Justum et tenacem,' 30.
Of Anacreon's Miσονυκτιαις τού' ώραις,

• THE

West, Benjamin, esq., ' Europe's worst

dauber,' 455.
Westminster Abbey, 713.
• What matter the pangs of a husband

and father,' 573.
When a man hath no freedom to fight

for at home,' 573.
. WAEN all around grew drear and dark,

470.
. WHEN coldness wraps this suffering

clay,' 466.
• WHEN from the heart where sorrow

sits,' 557.
· When I roved a young Highlander,'

416.
• WHEN man, expellid from Eden's

bowers,' 540.
• When some proud son of man returns

to earth!' 539.
• WHEN Time, or soon or late, shall

bring,' 550.
• WHEN to their airy hall,' 378.
• WHEN Thurlow this damnn'd nonsense

sent,' 556.
• When we two parted,' 538.
Whiys, 718.
Whist, 038.
'Whistlecraft,' 143, 144. 482. 806.
Whitbread, Samuel, esq.,718. The De-

mosthenes of bad taste,' 531.
White, Henry Kirke, 133.
White, Lydia, 511.
White, Rev. Blanco, 13.
• Who killed John Keats?' 374.

Why, how now, saucy Tom ? ' 574.
Widden 554.
Wilberforce, William, 652. • The Wash-

ington of Africa,' 741.
Wilkes, John. esq., 520.
William the Conqueror, 707.
Williams, H. W. esq., his . Travels in

Greece,' 11 49, 455, 545.
Willis, Dr., anecdote of, 444.
Will o' the wisp, 681.
Wilson, Professor, 196. 807. Critical

notes by, passim.
• Windsor Poetics,' 558.
Wise, 525. 642.
Wingfield, Hon. John, 15. 407.
Wisdom, 33. 673.
Witch of Endor, 183. 465.
• WITHOUT a stone to mark the spot.'

549.
Wives, 631.
Wolfe, General, 590.
Wollstoncraft, Mary, 803.
Woman, 19. 629. 642. 664. 702.
Woman's love, 628. 642. 664.
Women, their unnatural situation, 623.

English, described, 725. Their love

of match-making. 745.
Wooden spoons, 640.
Words, 638.
Wordsworth, William, esq., 510. 651.

His . Excursion,' 167. 271. 588. 638.
His early poems, 425. His Lyrical
Ballads,' 804. His Yarrow Luvi.
sited,' 588. His · Peter Bell,' 44). 608.
639. 884. His • Waggoners,' 639. ect
His sneer at Dryden, 639. His. Lao-
damia,' 643. His description of car.

nage, 685.
World, the fashionable, 717. 736. Its

vicissitudes, 615. Relics of a for.
nier, 709.

' A glorions blunder,' 712.
"The great,' described,' 715. 717.736.
Wright, Ichabod, esq., his trarslation of

Dante, 618.

380. Or Anacreon's Old Asyu Ar-
pudas, 350. From the Prometheus
Vinctus of Eschylus, 380. From the
Medea of Euripides, 'EcWtos ürig, 396.
of the Greek war song, Asúti teidus,
546. of the Romaic song, "MTEVE
his,' 547. Of a Romaic love song,
534. From the Portuguese, • Tumi
chamas,' 557. Of the Romance muy
doloroso del Sitio y Toma de Alha-
ma,' 566. From Vittorelli, Di due

vaghe donzelle,' 563.
Trebea, 303.
Trecentisti, the, 636.
Tree of knowledge, 602.
Tree of life, 321.
Trenck, Baron, 288.
Trimmer, Mrs., 592.
Tripoli, 631.
Triptolemus, 532.
Troad, the, 648.
Troy, 638. 618. 650.
Truth, stranger than fiction, 743. 750.
Tully's • Tripoli.' 631.
• Tu mi chamas,'translated, 557.
Turkey, state of manners in, 767.
Turkey, women of, 666. Their life in

the harems, 151.
Turnpike-road, 710.
Turpin, 751.
Tweddell, John, his account of Su-

warrow, 696.
Twilight, 639.
Twiss, Horace, esq., 150.
Tyranny, 481.
Tyre, 43. 690.
Tyrian purple, 752.

Venus of Medicis, 47. 145.775.
Vernet, 616.
Vernon, General, 732.
Verona, amphitheatre of, 590. Juliet's

tomb at, 530. Tombs of the Scali.
gers, 530.

Claudian's Old Man of,
530. Congress at, 533. 718.
Versatility, 759.
• Versicles,' 569.
Vespasius, Americus, 501.
Vesuvius, 528.
Vicar of Wakefield, 755.
Vice, 652.
Victory, 29. 693.
Vineyards, the best, 732.
Vintage, 602.
Virgil, 595.
Virgin Mary, portraits of, 624. 639.
Virtues, the, 652.
VISION OF BELSHAZZAR, ' The King was

on his Throne,' 466.
• VISION OF JUDGMENT,' 512.
Vittorelli, Sonetto di, 568.
Voice, fascination of a sweet, 621. 744.
Voltaire, his character by Lord Byron,

39. By Dr. Wirton, 809. And by
Lord Holland, 809. His. Vous pleu-
rez, 609.

Jlis defence of the Calas
family, 809.

U.
Ugolino, 500. 618.
Ulissipont, 5.
Ulysses' dog Argus, 631.
Ulysses' whistle, 735.
Uncertainty, 684.
Unities, 244, 245. 601.
University education, advantages of,

596.
Usurers, 616.
Utraikey, 24.

W.
Wagram, 303.
Walpole, Sir Robert, his political ax.

iom, 655.
Walsi, Rev. Dr. R., his account of

Ali Pacha's assassination, 23.
Walton, Izaak, 'a quaint old cruel

coxcomb,' 735. Defence of, 735.
• Waltz, Tue; an Apostrophic Hymn,'

456.
Waltzing, Sheridan's lines on, 459.
War, 651. 695. 695. 697.
Warriors, 650.
Warton, Dr. Thomas, his character of

Voltaire, 809.
Washington, George, 512.522. 685.

699.
Wat Tyler, Southey's, 512. 804.
Watch-dog, 602.
Waterloo, battle of, 30. 35. 329. 531. 689.

697.718.
Watson, Bishop, his reply to the mode-

rator in the schools of Cambridge,

318.
Watts, Alaric A., esq., 579.
Way, William, esq., 430.
Weber German hack writer), 489.
• Weer, daughter of a royal line,'

552.
• Well, thou art happy and I feel,'

539.
Wellesley, Marquis, 457.
Wellesley, Sir Arthur, 7. Sce Welling-

ton.
Wellesley, Hon. William Long Pole,

718.
Wellington, Duke of, 8. 30. 457. Co9.

695. 637. 718. 721.
Wengen Alps, 36.
• WERE my bosom as false as thou

deem'st it to be,' 457.
· WEINER ; or, Tue INHERITANCE; à

Tragedy,' 341.
Werther, Goethe's, 197.
Wesley, Rev. John, 677.
West, Mr., American artist, his con-

versations with Lord Byron, 585

V.
Vacancy, 43.
Vaccination, 602.
Valentia, Lord (now Earl of Mount.

norris), 436.
• VAMPIRE ; a Fragment,' 70.
• Vanity of Human Wishes,' Johnson's,

610.
• Vathek,' 76. 127.
Vatican, 58.
Vauban, 678.
Velino, 49.
Venality, 725.
Venetian dialect, 611.
Venetian fazzioli, 611.
Venetian society and manners, 330.

789.
Venetian noble, sketched by Gritti, 230.
Venice, 42. 769. St. Mark's, 43. 770.

Carnival, 145. Rialto, 146. Man-
frini palace, 146. Bridge of Sighs,
42. 769. State dungeons of, 130. 769.
Ridotto, 150. Prophecy respecting,

31.

• Venice, Ode on,' 490.
Venus, 625. 758.

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