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Byron, Honourable Augusta (sister 60 n. 70 n. Passes his time be banke, xxi. April, becomes

of the poet), 33 n. See Leigh, tween the dissipations of London | personally acquainted with Sir
Honourable Augusta.
and Cambridge, 15 n.

Walter Scott, xxii. His respect
Byron (George Gordon - Byron), 1809-1810. Forms a design of for Sir Walter Scott, 131 n.
sixth Lord:

visiting Persia, xvi. Takes his Pressure of pecuniary embar-
1788. Born, Jan. 22, in Holles seat in the House of Lords, xvi. rassments, xxii. xxül. July,

Street, London, xi.- According 60. •English Bards and Scotch writes the “Siege of Corinth,'
to Mr. Dallas, at Dover, xxx. Reviewers published, xvii. 48. 260 n. Sept., writes Parisina,'
His early prospects, xi. His His subsequent regret, 66 n. 271 n.
pedigree, xi n.

Sets out on his travels, xvii. 1816. Jan., Lady Byron adopts the
1792-1795. Sent to a day-school, His character about this time, ib. resolution of separating from him,

and afterwards to the Grammar Introduction to Ali Pacha, xvüi. | xxii. Remarks thereon, xxi.
School, at Aberdeen,.xi.

91 n. Begins 'Childe Harold' at 596 n. 877 n. March, writes
1796-1797. Removed into the Ioannina, in Albania, 67 n. • Fare thee well,' and 'A Sketch,'

Highlands, xii. His early love Concludes second canto at Smyr 877 n. April, leaves England,
of mountain scenery, xii. 2, 27, na, 67 n. The Maid of Athens, xxiii. 111 n. His route-Brus-
842. His attachment for Mary 855 n. Writes Hints from Ho sels, Waterloo, etc., xxiii. 114 n.
Duff, xii. 43 n. 842.

race,' 171 n. and “Curse of Mi Takes up his abode at the Cam-
1798. His succession to the title, nerva,' 187 n. Swims from Ses pague Diodati, xxi. 121 n. Fi-
and removal to Newstead, xii. tos to Abydos, 853 n.

nishes, June 27, the third canto
Placed under the care of a Not- | 1811. Returns to England, after vi of Childe Harold,' xxiii. 67 n.
tingham quack for the cure of his siting Portugal, Spain, Sardinia, Writes, June 28, The Prisoner
lameness, ib.

Sicily, Malta, Greece, Constanti of Chillon,' xxiii. 278 n. Writes,
1799. Removed to the school of nopie, etc. xvii. Effect of travel in July, Monody on the Death

Dr. Glennie, at Dulwich, and put on bis mind, and state of his affairs of Sheridan,' the Dream,''Dark.
under the care of Dr. Baillie, ib. at this period, ib. Death of his ness,' • Epistle to Augusta,'
His fondness for reading history, mother, and of his college friends, Churchill's Grave,' Prome-
poetry, and the sacred writ Wingfield and Mathews, xviii. theus,' •Could I remount,'.Son-
ings, ib.

83. And of Thyrza,' 859 n. net to Lake Leman,' 879—888,
1800-1804. His removal to Har. Reviews Gell's Geography of and part of Manfred,'xxüi. 283n.
row, xüi. Notices of his school Ithaca,' 805.

August, an unsuccessful negoti-
life, xii. xiji. 10 n. 11 n. 30–36. 1812. Feb. 27. Makes his first ation for a domestic reconciliation,
Instances of his quickness and speech in the House of Lords, 877 n. Sept., makes a tour of
energy, xiii. His first Harrow 811. Feb. 29. Publishes the the Bernese Alps, xxiü. Oct.,
verses, xiji. 6 n. Heads a 're first and second cantos of Childe proceeds to Italy, staying a short
belling' at Harrow, 31 n. 32 n. Harold,' xix. 67 n. Presents the time at Milan and Verona, ib.
His respect for Dr. Drury, 35 n. copyright of them to Mr. Dallas, | Nov., takes up his residence at
His school friendships, xiii. 2, 4. 51 n. Success of Childe Ha Venice, ib. Marianna Segati, ib.
His boyish love for his cousin, rold,' xix. Although far advan-1817. Feb. finishes Manfred.'
Margaret Parker, xiii. 2. His ced in an edition of English 283 n, March, translates, from
first dash into poetry, viii. 2 n. Bards, determines to commit it the Armenian, a correspondence
His practice of dating his poems, to the flames, 822 n. His po between St. Paul and the Corin-
2 n. His early attachment to

pularity and gallantries at this thians, 819 n. April, visits Fer-
Miss Chaworth, xiv. 9 ».

period, xix, xx. Presented to the rara, 130 Mh and writes "Lament
1805-1806. His life and pursuits Prince Regent, 868 n. Writes of Tasso,' 301. Makes a short

at college, xiv. 15n. Passes the the 'Address for the opening of visit to Rome, xxiv. and writes
vacation at Southwell, xiv. Visit Drury Lane Theatre,' 862 n. there a new third act to Man-
to Harrowgate, 24 n. His skill 1813. Becomes a dandy, or man fred,' 294 n. July, writes, at
in swimming, xiv. Private thea of fashion, fx. 312 n. April, Venice, the fourth canto of
tricals at Southwell, xv. 24 n. brings out anonymously the 'Childe Harold,' xxiv. 67n. Oct.,
His first appearance as a poet, · Waltz,' 191n. May, publishes writes • Beppo,' 305.
xv. 3 n. Prints a volume of his the ‘Giaour; 195 n. Dec., pub-1818. The Fornarina, Margarita
poems, but, at the suggestion of || lishes the “Bride of Abydos,'' Cogni, xxiv— xxvi. July, writes
Mr. Becher, commits the edition 210 n.

Ode on Venice,' 894 n. Nov.,
to the flames, 28 n.

1814. His unsettled state of mind finishes .Mazeppa,' 316. And
1807. Publishes "Hours of Idle about this time, XX: 210 n. Jan., first canto of Don Juan,' xxvi.

ness,' xv. 45 n. His aristocra. publishes the 'Corsair,' 223 n. 589 n.
tical notions, xv. xxxiii. Reviews April, writes ‘Ode to Napoleon 1819. Jan., finishes second canto
Wordsworth's Poems, 805. Be Bonaparte,' 868 n. Comes to of “Don Juan,' 615 n. April,
gins a poem entitled Bosworth the resolution, not only of writ his acquaintance with Countess
Field,' xv. n.

ing no more, but of suppressing Guiccioli, xxvi. 333 n. June,
1808. Effect produced on his mind all he had ever written, 242 n. writes ‘Stanzas to the Po,'895 n.

by the critique on 'Hours of May, writes 'Lara; 242 n. August, writes "Letter to the
Idleness' in the 'Edinburgh Re Makes a second proposal for the Editor of my Grandmother's Re-
view,' xv. 45 h. His early scep hand of Miss Milbanke, and is view,' 792 n. Dec., completes
ticism, 39, 40. His love of so accepted, xx, xxi. Dec., writes the third and fourth cantos of
litude, 86n. His disappointment Hebrew Melodies,' 254 n. Don Juan,' 636 n. Removes to
and loneliness at this period, xvi. 1815. Jan. 2, marries Miss Mil- Ravenna, xxvi.

1820. Subsequent connection with lameness, xi. xii. xiv. 184 n. the Poets,' 678. Critical notes

Countess Guiccioli, and her se 488 n. 489 n. 493 n. His ten- by, passim.
paration from her husband, dency to make the worst of his 'Can Grande,' 571.
xxvii. xxxi. Feb., translates first own obliquities, 70 n. 87 n. Candia, 128, 626.
canto of the ‘Morgante Maggiore,' His generosity and kind-hearted- Cannæ, battle of, 118.
Xxvii. 324. March, finishes • Pro ness, xxvii. xxxii. 795. His po- Canning, Right Hon. George, 62 ..
phecy of Dante,' xxvii. 333 n. litics, 797. His religious opi 63. His opinion of the Bride of
Translates 'Francesca of Rimini,' nions, xxxii. 39, 40, 84, 137, Abydos,' 220 n. His lascription
899 n. And writes Observations 296 n. 646. His tendency to for Mrs. Brownrigg, the Prenti-
upon an Article in Blackwood's superstition, xii. 267 n. 768. cide,' 397 n. His oratory, 572 n.
Magazine,' 794. April-July, His fondness for curious arms,

His defence of public schools and
writes Marino Faliero,' xxvii. xvii. 13 n. Summary of his cha universities, 599 r. His charac-
347. Oct.-Nov., writes fifth racter and writings, xxxii.

ter, 572, 680 n.
canto of Don Juan,' 661 n. Byron, Lady, XX—Xxii. 61 n. 312 n. Canongate, the, 76 n.
1821. Feb., writes . Letter on the 454 n. 594 n. 596 n. 637n. 796, Canova, 311, 386. His early love,

Rev. W. L. Bowles's Strictures 875, 877 n. Extract from her 43n. His Venus, 132 n. 308.
on the Life of Pope,' 821. Remarks on Mr. Moore's Life of 'Lines on his bast of Helen,'
March, 'Second Letter,' etc. 832. Lord Byron,' 596 n. Lines on 891.
May, finishes 'Sardanapalus,'| hearing that she was ill,' 886. Cant, the grand primum mobile of
xxvii. 429 n. July, The Two Lines on reading in the news- England,' 824. "The crying sin
Foscari,' xxvii. 463 n. Sept., papers that she had been pa- of the times,' 680.
Cain,' xxvii. 504 n. Oct., writes troness of a charity ball,' 903. | Cantemir, Demetrius, bis . History

Heaven and Earth, a Mystery,'| Byron, Honourable Augusta Ada, of the Ottoman Empire,' 675,
416 n.; and Vision of Judg- 111, 125, 876.

683.
ment,' 394 n. His Address to Byzantium, 128, 852.

Canterbury cathedral, 725.
the Neapolitan government, xxvii.

Capena, Porta, 166, 167.
Regret of the poor at his depar-

C.

Capitoline Hill, the, 131 n.
ture from Ravenna, xxviii. Re-

Capitol, the, 164, 165.
moves to Pisa, ib.
Cabot, Sebastian, 338 n.

Capo di Ferro, Cardinal, 163.
1822. Jan., finishes Werner,'| Cade, Jack, 646.

Capo d'Istria, 347.
532 n. July, writes sixth, se- Cadiz, xvii. xix. 79, 594, 616. Capo d'Istrias, Count, 574.
venth, and eighth cantos of Don Cadiz, "The Girl of,' 82 n. Capo di Bove, 138 n.
Juan,' 679 n. Finishes the 'De Cæsar, Augustus, his character, Capperonnier, M., 153 R..
formed Transformed,' 488 n. 870 n.

Caracalla, 168. Circus of, 167.
Death of his patural daughter, Cæsar, Julius, xxix. 137, 166, Caractacus, 100, 747.
Allegra, xxviii. His project of | 491, 700. His laurel wreath, Caravaggio, 748.
visiting South America, ib. His 142, 496. "The suitor of love,' Carbonari, 572.
coalition with Hunt in the Libe 580, 635.

Care, 722.
Xxvii. xxxiii. 409 n. Cain ; a Mystery, 504. "Wander Carlisle (Frederick Howard), fifth
1823. Jan., writes 'Age of Bronze,'| ings of,' 529.

Earl of, Lord Byron's guardias,
567 n. Feb., writes the Island,'| Cairn Gorme, 715.

xii, 60, 61 n. 64. Dedication
575 n. “March, commences an Calais, 311. Siege of, xin. of Hours of Idleness' to, 1. ,
epic entitled the 'Conquest,' 904. Calderon, 594.

Character of his poems, 2 n. Lord
April, turns his views towards Caledonian Meeting, Address in Byron's Lines upon, 60. His al-
Greece, xxviii. Receives a com- tended to be recited at,' 871. leged neglect of bis ward, 60 ,
munication from tbe London Calenture, 476 n. Described, 773. Proposed reconciliation between
committee, xxix. July 14, sails for Calenus, A., 108 n.

Lord Byron and, ib. His advice
Greece, ib. Waits, at Cephalonia, Caligula, 262 n. His wish, 683. to Lady Holland, 905.
the arrival of the Greek fleet, ib. Calm at sea, 633.

Carlisle (Isabella Byron), Countess :
His conversations on religion Calma aud Orla, Death of,' 37. of, in.
with Dr. Kennedy, ib. His noble Calpe, 86.

Carlisle (Henry) Fourth Earl of, 1 ...
conduct in Greece, ib. Testi-Calvin, 178.

Carlo Dolce, 428, 748.
monies to the benevolence and Calypso, her island, 87, 87 n. Carlowitz, plain of, 262.
soundness of his views, xxvii. Cambridge University, 22, 64 n., Carnage, 699. 705.
xxix. xxxii.

842.

Carnival, xxv. 305--307.
1824, Jan. 5, arrives at Misso- | Cambyses, 568.

Caroline, Liues to, 7, 8.
longhi, xxix. Writes 'Lines on Camden, Lord, 814.

Caroline, Queen of Eugland, 668,
completing my thirty-sixth year,' Cameron, Evan and Donald, 114. 682 n., 733. Lines on,' 901.
904 n. Intended attack upon Camilla, 755.

* Epigram on Address to be pre-
Lepanto, xxx. Rupture with the Camillus, 167 n.

sented by the Brasiers' company,'
Suliotes and the expedition sus- Camoens, 52. “Stanzas to a lady, 902.
pended, ib. His last illness, ib. with the poems of,' 8.

Carr, Sir John, '65, 82 n.
His death, ib. Sensation pro- Campan, Madame, 287 n.

Carrara, Francesca da, 151, 153.
duced by it in Greece and Eng- Campbell, Thomas, esq. 62, 94 n., Carrer, the improvisatore, 386 R.
land, xxxi. His funeral, ib. ln- 613, 590, 731, 800, 824. His Carthage, 146, 703.

scription on his monument, ib. *Pleasures of Hope,' 62 n. His Cartwright, Major, 817.
His person, 112 n. His sensi-|| Gertrude of Wyoming,' 182 n. Cary, Rev. Henry Francis, his trans-

tiveness on the subject of his Inadvertencies in his 'Lives of lation of ‘Dante,'335,336, 901.

017.

Carysfort (John Joshua Proby), first Charles of Anjou, 158.

Circassians, 684.
Earl of, his ‘Poems and Trage Charles, Prince, better known as the Circus at Rome, 142. Maximus
dies,' 185 n.
Pretender, 26 n.

167. Of Caracalla, ib.
Cash, potency of, 736, 751. Charles XII. of Sweden, 36 n., 317. Cithæron, Mount, 99, 235.
Casimir, John, King of Poland, 318. His obstinacy at Bender, 707. Cities, overthrow of great, 131 12.
Cassius, 827.
Charlotte, Queen, 399.

703.
Castalian dews, 69 n., 99. Charlotte, Princess of Wales, 733, Civilization, 704.
Castelnau, Marquis de, his 'Alistoire 861 n. “Stanzas on her death,' Clare (John Fitzgibbon), Earl of,
de la Nouvelle Russie,' 679. 145.

1 xiii. xv. 32 n., 34 n., 39 n. 'Lines
Castlereagh, Viscount (Robert Stew. Chase, the English, 749.

on,' 34, 39. 'Slanzas to,' 42.
art, Marquis of Londonderry, | Chateaubriand, Viscount, 574. Clare, John, the poet, 838.
572, 591, 670 n. 592 n. 715, Chatham, first Earl of, 742. Clarence, Duke of, 609.
724,733, 898. 'Epigrams on,' Chatterton, Thomas, 62 n. Never Clarendon, Lord, his character ol
902. “Epitaph on,' ib.
vulgar, 841.

Sir Nicholas Byron, 3 n.
Castri, village of, 69 n. 99. Chaucer, 179.

Clarens, xxiii. 123.
Catalani, Madame, 58.

Chaworth, Mr. xiv. xix. 13 n., 33 n. Claridge, Mr. xiii.
Catharine I. of Russia, 571. Chaworth, Mary Anne (afterwards Clarke, Dr. Edward Daniel, 85 n.,
Catharine II. of Russia, 688, 713, | Mrs. Musters), Lord Byron's early 95 n., 656 n., 659 n.
715-718, 722.

attachment to, xiv. 9 n., 33 n., Clarke, Rev. James Stanier, his
Cathay, 735.

41n., 42 n., 70 n., 681n., 847n., | •Naufragium,' 619 n.
Catholic emancipation, 813–817. 848 n., 850, 883 n. Death of, 9 n. Clarke, Hewson, 64, 66.
Catiline, his character, 689.

"Fragment written shortly after Classical education, 598.
Cato, 336 n., lends his wife to her marriage,' 8, 9-n. Stanzas Classics, too early study of, 135,
Hortensius, 681...

to, 'Oh! had my fate,' 41. Stan- 175, 181.
Catullus, 598, his ‘Lugete, Veneres, zas to, Well! thou art happy.' Claudian, his Old Man of Verona,'

Cupidinesque,'translated, 5. His 847. 'Farewell to,' 848. "Stan- | 571.
*Ad Lesbiam' translated, ib. "The zas to, on the author's leaving Claudius, the Emperor, 168.
scholar of love,' 635. His 'Atys' | England,' 850.

Clement XII., Pope, 142 n.
not licentious, 837.

Cheltenham, xü. xx. 580 n. Cleon, 99.
Caucasus, Mount, 65, 687.

Cheops, King, his pyramid, 615. Cleonice and Pausanias, story of,
Cava, 350.

Chesterfield, Earl of, his speech on 291 n., 300.
• Cavalier Servente,' 310, 715.

the play-house bill, 178. His Cleopatra, 567, 681, 765.
Cecilia Metella, tomb of, 138.

remark on hunting, 755. Clergy, 752,
Cecrops, 188.

Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, 67. Clerks of public offices, 730.
Cellini, Benvenuto, 501.

See also 334, 647 n.

Clitumnus, the river, 134. Temple
Centlivre. Mrs., character of her Childe Burun, 67 n.

of, ib.
comedies, 348 n. Drove Congreve |

Child of Harrow's Pilgrimage, 67 n. Clootz, Jean Baptiste (Anacharsis),
from the stage, ib.

•Childish Recollections,' 30. 592, 593 n., 661 na
Cephalonia, xxix. 88 n.
Children, 523, 524, 641.

Clubs, 176, 750.
Cephisus, river of, 188, 235. 'Chill and mirk is the nightly blast,' | Clusium, 350.
Ceres, 735. Temple of, 819. 852.

Clytemnestra, 718, 887.
Certaldo, the priests of, 160.

Chillon, Prisoner of, 278. Cobbett, William, 74 n. 680,830,
Certosa Cemetery, epitaphs at, 4 n. | Chillon, Castle of, 121 n. 279, 280 n. 888. "Epigram on his digging
Cervantes, 67 n., 88 n., 690. Cha Chillon, Sonnet on, 278.

up, Tom Paine's bones,' 897.
racter of his Don Quixote,' 743. Chimari, 135.

Coblentz, 117. .
Cevallos, Don Pedro de, 57 n.
Chimariot mountains, 89.

Cocker, the arithmetician, 777,904.
Ceylon, 735.
Chinnery, Mr., 814.

Cockney school' of poetry,xvii.840.
Chæronea, 99, 115 n.
Chioza, war of, 151.

Cognac, apostrophized, 653.
Chalk-Farm, 56 n.
Chivalry, 68, 648.

Cogni, Margarita, story of, xxiv.
Chalons, battle of, 868 n.

Christ, 680. Pure creed of, inade Cohen, Mr. F., 388.
Chamouni. 119 n. Lines found! sanction of all ill,' 761.

Coimbra, xiii. 83 n.
in the Travellers' book at,' 906. / 'Christabel,' 260 n. 266 n. Coke, Mr., of Norfolk, 867.
Chandler, Dr. 85 n., 99.
Christianity, 698, 761.

Colbleen, 44.
Change, 733.
Chrysostom, St., 598.

Colchis, 641.
Chantrey, Francis, esq. R.A., 615 n. Chrysso, 69 n.

Coleridge, Samuel Taylor,, esq., his
Chaonia, xviii.
Churches, 667.

•Christabel,' 195 n., 260 n., 266
Charing Cross, 729.
Churchill's Grave,' 885.

n., 683 n., 875.' His Wander-
• Charity Ball, Lines on reading Cibber, Colley, 823.

ings of Cain,' 529. His Biogra-
that Lady Byron was patroness Cicero, 137 n. His opinion on Bri phia Literaria,' 590 n., 645 n.
of a,'903.

tain, 139 n. His villa, 146, 169. His sketch of Don Juan's sup-
Charlemagne, the Emperor, 574. A pupster, 173 n.

posed character, 594 n., 613 n.
Chs slemont, Lady, 826.
Cicisbeo, 310.

His Devil's Walk,' 867 n. See
Charlemont, Mrs., 877.

Cicognara, Count Leopold, 126, 1 also 53, 63, 589, 602, 613 n.,
Charles I. 3, 4 n., 287 n., 387 n., 150.

731, 799, 804.
747.
Cid, 568, 570.

Coligny, 121 n.
Charles II. 9 n., 29.
Cigars, 582.

Coliseum, the, 136n. 140, 163,298.
Charl's V. of Spain, 145, 869 n. Cincinnatus, 712, 573.

College education, advantages of a,
Charles VIII. of France, 162. Cintra, 72, 73. Convention of, 74. 599.

D.

• College Examination, Thoughts Coron, bay of, 230.

Cuba, island of, 241.
suggested by a,' 22.

Corsair, the; a Tale, 223. Culloden, battle of, 26 n., 5921
Collini, Signora, 59.
Corsi, Cardinal, 158.

Cumberland, Duke of, the hero of
Collins, the poet, 223.
Cortejo,' 310, 607.

Culloden, 592.
Colman, George, jun., esq., 58; Cortona, 162.

Cumberland, Richard, esq., 58,178
parallel between Sheridan and, Cosmo Medici, 160, 161. Cupid, 715.
58 n.
Cosmopolite, Le,' 67.

Curiosity, 510.
Cologne, 724.
Cottin, Madame, 834.

Curran, Right Hon. John Philpot,
Colonna, Cape, 94, 825. Columns Cottle, Joseph, 55. His Alfred,' 733, 750, 898.
of, 825.

and Fall of Columbia,' 55 n. Currie, Dr., his Life of Barns,'!
Colonna palace, 502, 503.

His Expostulatory Epistle to 645.
Colton, the Rev. Caleb, his Remarks Lord Byron, 7-83.

‘Curse of Kehama,' 183 2.
on “Don Juan,' 785, 790. His · Could I remount the river of my Curse of Minerva, 187.
•Lacon,' 785.

years,' 886.

Curtis, Sir William, 574, 726.
Columbia, 137.

Could love for ever,' 896. Curzon, Mr., xiii. 845 n.
Columbus, 762, 769.
Coumourgi, Ali, 262.

Cuvier, Baron, 507, 519 7., 714,1
Column of Napoleon, 568. | Country and town, discrepancies 723.
Comboloio, or Turkisb rosary, 216, between, 776.

Cyanometer, described, 660 7.
236.
Courage, 381, 645.

Cyclades, 235, 628, 655.
Comedy, the day of, gone by, 750. Covent Garden, 307. Theatre of, Cypress-tree, 199.
Comitium, the, 164, 165.

58 n.

Cyprus, 369, 626.
Commodus, the Emperor, 350. Cowley, Abraham, his imitation of Cyrus, 768.
Common Lot, answer to a beauti Claudian's ‘Old Man of Verona,'

ful poem, entitled the,' 36. 571 n.
Commonwealth, 368, 894. Cowper, William, 62, 703. “No
Comnena, Anna, 102.

poet,' 829. His translation of D- Lines to, 3.
Company, mixed, 312.

Homer, ib. His spaniel · Beau,' Dacian woman, 142.
Condorcet, Marquis de, 592, 593 n. 848 n.

D'Alembert, 111.
Congreve, driven from the stage by Cowper, Lady, xxi.

Dallas, Robert Charles, wi. 51 r.,
Mrs. Centlivre, 348 n.
Coxcomb, 657.

54 n. 859 n.
Congreve rockets, 606.

Coxe, Archdeacon, his Life of Dallaway, Rev. James, bis "Car-
Conquest, the,' a fragment, 904. Marlborough,' 645. His Life stantinople' quoted, 197 H.
Conscience, 200, 286, 295, 577,1 of Sir Robert Walpole,' 664 n. Dalrymple, Sir Hew, 741.
602, 609, 635.

Çrabbe, Rev. George, 613, 590. “Danætas, a Character,' 15.
Constable, the bookseller, 51 n., «Nature's sternest painter, yet Damas, Count de, 693.
184 n.

the best,' 63. The first in point Damme,' the British, 730.
Constans, 168.

of power and genius,' 63 n. The Dance, Pyrrhic, 97, 639, 641.
Constant, Benjamin de, 572. first of living poets,' 800. Dance of Death,' Holbein's, 763.
Constantine, the Emperor, 168. l 'Craning,' 754.

| Hollar's, 763 n.
Constantine, George, lexicographer, Crashaw, Richard, 643. Cowley's Dancing, 113,639, 657,732,753.

lines on, 643 n.

Dandies, xx, 312 n. Dynasty of
Constantinople, xviii. 93, 99, 727, Creation, Mosaic account of the, the, 312.
825. Slave market at, 661. 507, 518 n.

Dandolo, Henry, the octogenarian
Contarini, Andrea, Doge, 159. Crema, 394, 470.

chief,' 128. Account of, 151.
Contarini, Madaine, xxv.

Cressy, battle of, xi.n., 3 n., 725. Dandy' described, 311, 312.
Conversationists, 750.

Cribb, Tom, the pugilist, 189, 837. Daniel, 667, 710.
Cook, Captain, 54.

“Critic,'Sheridan's, 792; "too good Dante, his early passion for Bra-
Cooke, George Frederick, comedian, for a farce,' 882 n.

trice, xü. 43 n., 335 n. His inf-
58 n., 351 n.

Croker, Crofton, Esq., his “Fairy licitous marriage, 336, 637. Ils
Cookery, science of, 766.

Legends,' 772 n.

popularity, 334 n., 801. llis
Copet, 157, 876 n., 888.

Croker, Right Hon. John Wilson, gentle feelings, 335 R., 899 s.
Copyright, sums paid to Lord By his query concerning the title of His banishment and poverty, 341.
ron for, 52 n.

the Bride of Abydos,' 210 n. His tomb at Ravenna, 341 ,
Coquette, 313, 740.

His “Boswell' quoted, 146 n., 659. His Beatrice, 637. Lim
Coray, 101, 103.

186 n., 500 n., 641 n., 671 n. tation of, 647. His · half-way
Corfu, 100, 315.

Croly, Rev. Dr. George, 731. His house of life, 686, 721. See
•Corinne' quoted, 156.

‘Letter of Cato to Lord Byron,' also, 133, 158,889, 900. Pis-
Corinth, Siege of, 260.

787.

phecy of, 333.
Corinth, gulf of, xxx.

Cromwell, the sagest of usurpers,' Danton, 592, 593 n.
Corinthian brass, 685.

136. His death, 29. His des- | Danube, the, 142, 263.
Cork Convent, 73 n.

tiny,' 136.

Dardanelles, the, 213, 658.
Cornelia, 138.

Crossing the Line, ceremony at, 582. Darkness,' 884.
Cornelian, the,' 23.

Crowe, Rev. Wm., his strictures on Daru, M., bis picture of Venetin
•Cornelian heart which was broken, •English Bards,' 56 n.

society and manners, 392, 487.'
Lines on a,' 861.
Crusades, xi.n. 3 n.

Darwin, Erasmus, his pompass
Cornwall, xvii.

Cruscan school of poetry, the, anni- | chime,' 63. His “Botanic Gr
Cornwall, Barry (Bryan Walter hilated by Gifford, 61, 800. den,' 63 n. "Put down by a pas
Procter), 731.
Ctesilaus, 142 n.

in the 'Anti-Jacobin,' 800.

105.

261 22.

Dates, “a sort of post-house, where, tions of the Turkish character, esq. ib. Origin of the charac-
the Fates change horses,' 603. 103.

ter, 592 n. When first intro-
David, King, 193, 492, 609. His De Pauw, his writings charac duced upon the stage, ib. Sketch
harp, 254. His hymns, 11,254 n. terised, 100, 101.

of bis supposed character by
Davies, Scrope, esq. xvii. 312 n. De Quincey, Mr., his Confessions of Mr. Coleridge, 594 n., 613 n.

Dedication of Parisina' to, 271. an English Opium-Eater,' 650 n. Fragment on the back of the MS.
Davy, Sir Humphry, 346. His safety De Retz, Cardinal, his account of of Canto I., 615 n. Preface to
lamp, 606.

a shipwreck in the Gulf of Cantos VI., VII., VIII., 679.
Dead, features of the, 197. Belief Lyons, 620 n.

Testimonies of authors, 779. Let-
that the souls of inhabit the forms | Dervish Tahiri, Lord Byron's faith ter to the Editor of • My Grand-
of birds, 222.

ful Arnaout guide, 97, 207 n., mother's Review,' 792. 'Ob-
Dear Doctor, I have read your

servations upon an Article in
play,' 892.
Desaix, General, 593.

Black wood's Magazine,' 794.
Dear object of defeated care,'856. Deshayes, the ballet-master, 59. Dedication of Observations' to
Death, Slumber the sister of, 12, Desmoulins, Camille, 729 n.

J. D’Israeli, esq., ib. See also
Shuns the wretched, 612. Ad-Despair, 113, 219, 237, 281, 622, xxxii. 647 n., 731.
vantages of an early, 649, 719. 702.

· Don Quixote,' xxxii. 49 n. 'A too
The 'Sovereign's sovereign,' 720. Despotism, 672.

true tale,' 743. Delight of read-
A reformer, 721. Dunnest of Destiny, 136.

ing in the original, 760.
all duus,' 760. "A gaunt gour- De Tott, Baron, his History of Donaghadee, 816.
mand,' 761. See also, 95, 122, the Turks,' 676 n., 683

Donati Corso, 336 n.
140, 197, 206, 451, 511, 517, Devil's Drive, the; an unfinished Donoughmore, Earl of, 813.
618, 647, 655, 665, 712, 720,1 Rhapsody,' 867.

Doomsday-book, xi. 721.
752.

| Devil's Walk, Coleridge's, attri- Doria, 128, 151.
Death and the Lady,' 637.

buted to Porson, 867 n.

Dorotheus of Mitylene, 104.
Death, in the • Apocalypse,' 289. Devotion, 507, 646, 683. |Dorset (Thomas Sackville), Earl of,
Death of Calmar and Orla,' 37. Diable Boiteux,' 10 n.

| 'called the drama forth,' 9.
Dee, the, 44, 720.

Diana, temple of, 143, 190. Dorset (Charles Sackville), Earl of,
De Foix, Gaston, his tomb at Ra- Diary of an Invalid,' Matthews's, his character, 9 n.
venna, 659. Account of, 659 n. quoted, 298 n.

Dorset (George-John Frederick),
Deformed Transformed; a Dra Diodin, Thomas, 58, 351 3. Suc-1 fourth Duke of, xiii. •Lines ad-
ma, 488.

cess of his • Mother Goose,' 58 n. dressed to,'9. Some account of,
Deformity an incentive to distinc- Dictionnaire de Trévoux,' its defi 9 n., 10 n. “Lines occasioned
tion, 493 n.
nition of an epic, 612 n.

by the death of,' 873.
De Grammont, his Memoirs,'647n. Diderot, 395 n.

Doubt, 712, 726.
D'Egville, the ballet-master, xvi. Dido, 19, 700.

Dover, dear,' 724.
D'Herbelot, 204 n.

Difficile est propriè,' etc. of Ho. | Downs, the' xxxi.
D’Israeli, J., esq. his 'Quarrels of race, disputes on the meaning of, Drachenfels, 117, 724.
Authors,' 173 n., 794. Dedi- 174 n.

· Drapery misses,' 731.
cation of Observations upon an Digestion, 712, 714.

Drawcansir, 174, 731.
Article in Blackwood's Magazine' Dinner, a man's happiness depen- \ Dream, the,' 882.
to, 794.

dent on, 751.

Dreams, 451, 651, 686. Reflec-
Dekker, Thomas, his "Wonder of Dinner-bell, 'the tocsin of the soul,' tions on, 651 n. Account of a
a Kingdom,' quoted, 847 n. 666.

remarkable one, ib.
Delawarr (George John West), Diodati, xxiii. 121 n.

Dresden, 724.
fifth Earl, xv. 34n. Verses to,' Diodorus Siculus, 430.

Druids, the, 729.
42. Lines on,' 34.

Diogenes, 572, 729, 766, 772 n. Drummond, Sir William, 351, 505
Delhis, the, 70, 92.
Dion, 164, 165.

n. His · Academical Questions:
Delia, poetical epistle from, to Lord Dionysius, the historian, 164, 165. | quoted, 141 n.
Byron, 217 n.

Dionysius at Corinth, 869. Drury, Rev. Henry, 65 n., 854 n.
Delphi, xviii. Fountain of, 69, 79. Dirce, fountain of, 99.

Drury, Rev. Dr. Joseph, his opi-
Deluge, 421, 426, 427.

Discontents, progress of popular, nion of Lord Byron's disposition
Delvinachi, 88 n., 96.

702.

and capabilities while at Harrow,
Demetrius Pamperes, 104. ‘Disdar Aga,' 98.

xiii. 12 n., 35 n. Lord Byron's
Demetrius Poliorcetes, 492. Dissimulation, 760.

character of, 10 n., 31 n., 35 n.,
Democracy, 870 n.
Dives, Lines to,' 857.

135 n. "Lines on his retiring
Demosthenes, 122 n., 572. Divorces, 715.

from the bead-mastership of Har-
Denham, his .Cooper's Hill,'725 n. Doctors' Commons, 715.

row,' 10.
Denina, 155.

Dogs, 691. Fidelity of, 605, 848. Drury, Mark, 31 n.
Denman, Baron (Lord Chief Jus-Dolce, Carlo, 748.

Drury Lane Theatre, 345 n., 348 n.,
tice), his translation of the Greek Dolfino, Giovanni, 151.

351 n., 862 n. 'Address, spoken
song on Harmodius and Aristo- Domenichino, 169.

at the opening of,' 862.
geiton, 113 n.

Domingo, St., island of, 241. Dryden, his dislike of Cambridge,
Dennis, John, the critic, 55, 176, Domitian, the Emperor, 350. 64 n. His infelicitous marriage,

237 n. His tract against operas, DomitiusMarsus, translation from,5. 637 n. His Absalom and Achi-
176 n.
Don, the river, 720.

tophel,' 646. His “Theodore
Dent d'Argent, 287 n.

Don Juan, 589. Dedication of and Honoria,' 647. His Ode,'
D'Ohsson, accuracy of his delinca- Don Juan' to Robert Southey, 799, 802. His epigram under

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