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On a Distant View of the Village and School To the Earl of

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of Harrow on the Hill.

414 Granta. A Medley

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To D.

414 Answer to some elegant Verses sent by a

Epitaph on a Friend

415 Friend to the Author, complaining that one

A Fragment.

415 of his Descriptions was rather too warmly

To Eddleston

416 drawn

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Reply to some Verses of J. M. B. Pigot, Lachin Y Gair.

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Esq., on the cruelty of his Mistress 415 To Romance

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To the Sighing Strephon

416 Elegy on Newstead Abbey

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The Tear

416 On a change of Masters at a great Public

To Miss Pigot

417 School

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Lines written in “Letters of an Italian Nun Childish Recollections

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and an English Gentleman. By J. J. Answer to a beautiful Poem, written by Mont-

Rousseau. Founded on Facts".

417 gomery, entitled “ The Common Lot” 446

Answer to the foregoing, addressed to Miss 417 To the Rev. J. T. Becher

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The Cornelian .

417 The Death of Calmar and Orla. An Imita-

On the Death of a Young Lady, Cousin to tion of Macpherson's Ossian

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the Author, and very dear to him

418 To E. N. L., Esq.

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To Emma

418 To-

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An Occasional Prologue. Delivered previous Stanzas

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to the performance of “The Wheel of For Lines written beneath an Elm in the Church-
tune" at a private Theatre .

418 yard of Harrow on the Hill, September 2,

On the Death of Mr. Fox

419 1807 .

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To M. S. G.

419 Critique on “Hours of Idleness," extracted

To Caroline

419 from the Edinburgh Review

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To Caroline

420 ENGLISH BARDS AND SCOTCH REVIEWERS 453

To Caroline

420 Preface.

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Stanzas to a Lady, with the Poems of Camoens 420 Postscript

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The first Kiss of Love

421 HINTS FROM HORACE

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To Mary

421 THE CURSE OP MINERVA .

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To Woman

421 THE WALTZ

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To M. S. G.

422 To the Publisher

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To a Beautiful Quaker

422 THE AGE OF BRONZE

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Song .

422 THE VISION OF JUDGMENT

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To

423 Preface

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To Mary, on receiving her Picture . 423 MORGANTE MAGGOIRE

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To Lesbia

424 Advertisement

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Lines addressed to a Young Lady

424 Canto I.

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Love's Last Adieu

424 THE PROPHECY OF DANTE

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Damætas.

425 Dedication

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To Marion

425 Preface

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Oscar of Alva.

425 Canto I.

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To the Duke of Dorset

428 Canto II.

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Adrian's Address to his Soul, when Dying 429 Canto III.

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Translation from Catullus. Ad Lesbiam 430 Canto IV.

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Translation of the Epitaph on Virgil and

Notes

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Tibullus. By Domitius Marsus

430 HEBREW MELODIES

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Imitation of Tibullus

430 Advertisement.

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Translation from Catullus

430 She Walks in Beauty .

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Imitated from Catullus. To Ellen

430 The Harp the Monarch Minstrel Swept.

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Translation from Horace. Ode 3, Lib. 3

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If that High World

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Translation from Anacreon. To his Lyre 431 The Wild Gazelle

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Ode III.

431 Oh! Weep for Those

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Fragments of School Exercises. From the On Jordan's Banks.

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Prometheus Vinctus of Æschylus . 431

Jephtha's Daughter

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The Episode of Nisus and Euryalus. A Par Oh! snatch'd away in Beauty's Bloom 619

aphrase from the Æneid, Lib. IX.

431 My Soul is Dark

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Translation from the Medea of Euripides 435 I saw Thee Weep

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Thoughts suggested by a College Examination 435 Thy Days are Done

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Song of Saul before his last Battle

520 Remember Him, &c.

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Saul

520 Lines inscribed upon a Cup formed from a

“All is Vanity, saith the Preacher” 520 Skull.

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When Coldness wraps this suffering Clay 521 On the Death of Sir Peter Parker, Bart. 547

Vision of Belshazzar

521 To a Lady weeping

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Sun of the Sleepless!

521 From the Turkish

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Were my Bosom as False as Thou deem'st it Sonnet. To Gencyra .

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to be .

521 Sonnet. To Genevra

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Herod's Lament for Mariamne

521 Inscription on the Monument of a Newfound-

On the Day of the Destruction of Jerusalem

land Dog

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by Titus

522 Farewell

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By the Rivers of Babylon we sat down and Bright be the Place of thy Soul

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wept

522 When we Two Parted.

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The Destruction of Sennacherib

522 Stanzas for Music

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From Job.

522 Stanzas for Music

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THE LAMENT OF Tasso

523 Fare Thee Well

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Advertisement.

A Sketch

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MONODY ON THE DEATI OF THE Right Hon. TO-

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R. B. SHERIDAN.

525 Ode. [From the French]

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Ode To NAPOLEON BONAPARTE

527 From the French

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Notes

628 On the Star of “the Legion of Honor.”

ODE ON VENICE

529 [From the French)

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THE DREAM

530 Napoleon's Farewell. [From the French) 553

THE BLUES

532 Written on a blank Leaf of “ The Pleasures

MISCELLANEOUS POEMS

537 of Memory”

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Written in an Album .

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Sonnet

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To

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Stanzas to

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Stanzas written in passing the Ambracian Gulf 537 Darkness.

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Stanzas composed during the Night, in a

Churchill's Grave

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Thunder-Storm

538 Prometheus

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Written at Athens .

538 The Prayer of Nature .

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Written after Swimming from Sestos to Aby Romance muy Doloroso del Sitio y Toma de

dos

538 Alhama

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Song. Ζώη μου σας αγαπώ

539 A very mournful Ballad on the Siege and

Translation of the famous Greek War Song, Conquest of Granada

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Aεύτε παίδες των Ελλήνων.

539 Sonetto di Vittorelli. Per Monaca

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Translation of the Romaic Song, “MTEVW MES Translation from Vittorelli. On a Nun 559

τα περιβόγι 'Ωραιότατη Χαηδή »

540 To my dear Mary Anne

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Written beneath a Picture

540 To Miss Chaworth

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On Parting

640 Fragment.

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To Thyrza

640 Fragment

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Stanzas

541 On Revisiting Harrow

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To Thyrza

541 L'Amitie est l'Amour sans Ailes

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Euthanasia

542 To my Son

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Stanzas. “Heu quanto minus est cum reli Epitaph on John Adams, of Southwell 561

quis versari quam tui meminisse”

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Fragment.

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Stanzas

543 To Mrs. * on being asked my reason for

On a Cornelian Heart which was Broken 543 quitting England in the Spring

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To a Youthful Friend

543 A Love Song

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To

544 Stanzas to

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From the Portuguese

544 To the Same

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Impromptu, in reply to a Friend

544 Song .

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Address, spoken at the opening of Drury-

Stanzas to on leaving England 563

Lane Theatre

644 Lines to Mr. Hodgson

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To Time

545 Lines in the Travellers' Book at Orchomenus 564

Translation of a Romaic Love Song

545 On Moore's Last Operatic Farce

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A Song

546 Epistle to Mr. Hodgson

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On being asked what was the “Origin of On Lord Thurlow's Poems

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Love"

546 To Lord Thurlow

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To Thomas Moore.

566 Remembrance

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Fragment of an Epistle to Thomas Moore 566 The Adieu

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'The Devil's Drive

666 To a Vain Lady

Windsor Poetics.

667 To Anne

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Additional Stanzas to the Ode to Napoleon To the Same

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Bonaparte

667 To the Author of a Sonnet beginning "'Sad

To Lady Caroline Lamb.

667 is my Verse,' you say, “and yet no Tear'” 678

Stanzas for Music

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On Finding a Fan

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Address intended to be recited at the Caledo Farewell to the Muse .

nian Meeting

508 To an Oak at Newstead.

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On the Prince Regent's returning the Picture Lines, on hearing that Lady Byron was III 679

of Sarah, Countess of Jersey, to Mrs. Mee 568 Stanzas. " Could Love for ever

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To Belshazzar

569 Stanzas. To a Hindoo Air

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Hebrew Melodies

669 Oh, never talk again to me

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Lines intended for the opening of “The Siege The Third Act of Manfred, in its original

of Corinth".

669 Shape, as first sent to the Publisher 581

Extract from an Unpublished Poem

670 Don JUAN

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To Augusta

670 Dedication

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On the Bust of Helen, by Canova

571 Canto I.

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Fragment of a Poem on hearing that Lady Canto II. .

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Byron was Ill.

671 Canto III.

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To Thomas Moore.

572 Canto IV.

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Stanzas to the River Po

572 Canto V.

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Sonnet to George the Fourth .

672 Preface to Cantos VI. VII. and VIII. 647

Francesca of Rimini

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Canto VI.

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The Irish Avatar

Canto VII.

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Stanzas to Her who can best understand Them 574 Canto VIII.

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Stanzas written on the Road between Florence Canto IX.

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and Pisa

575 Canto X.

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Impromptu, on Lady Blessington expressing Canto XI.

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her Intention of taking the Villa called Canto XII.

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“Il Paradiso,” near Genoa

575 Canto XIII.

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To the Countess of Blessington .

675 Canto XIV.

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On this Day I complete my Thirty-Sixth Year 576 Canto XV.

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To a Lady who presented the Author with Canto XVL

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the Velvet Band which bound her Tresses 576 Notes

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