Works: A New, Rev. and Enl. Ed., with Illus, Том 13

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March I
28
March 4
30
March To J C Armstrong
33
March 6 To Thomas Moore
34
March 6 To John Murray
36
March 8 To Thomas Moore
38
March 15 To John Murray
40
March 22 To John Hanson
42
March 27 To E J Dawkins
43
March 31 To John Murray
45
April 8 To John Hanson
47
April 23 To Percy Bysshe Shelley
53
May I To John Murray
54
May 4 To Sir Walter Scott
55
May 4 To John Hanson
60
May 17 To John Hay
62
May 17 To John Murray
63
May 17 To Thomas Moore
65
May 20 To Percy Bysshe Shelley
66
LIST OF LETTERS ix
68
May 26 To John Murray
69
June 6
76
IC09 June 8 To Thomas Moore
78
June 10 To Isaac Disraeli
83
10n June 12 To Edward Ellice
89
June 20 To John Hanson
91
July 3 To John Murray 02
92
July 6
93
July 8
94
July 12 To Thomas Moore 56
96
Aug 3 To John Murray
98
Aug 8 To Thomas Moore
99
Aug 10 To John Hanson
102
Aug 10 To Edward John Trelawny
103
Aug 14 To the Rev Thomas Hall
106
Sept 11 To John Murray
112
Sept 19 To W E West
113
Sept 21 To Charles Hanson nj 1027 Sept 23 To John Murray
116
The Liberal and Leiqh HuntDon
119
Oct 6 To Mrs Shelley no 1029 Oct 9 To John Murray
120
Oct 22
126
Oct 23 To John Hanson
127
Oct 24 To John Murray
129
Oct 26 To Sir James Wedderburn Websjer
131
Oct 31 To John Murray
132
Oct 31 To John Hunt
134
Nov 7 To the Hon Augusta Leigh
135
Nov 10 To Lady
136
Nov 18 To John Murray
138
Nov To the Hon Douglas Kinnaird ?
139
Nov 21 To Edward John Trelawny
142
Nov 29 To Captain Daniel Roberts R N
144
Nov 29 To Edward John Trelawny
145
IQ44 Nov 30 To Charles Hanson
146
Dec 9 To John Murray
147
Dec 19 To the Hon Douglas Kinnaird ?
149
Dec 21 To John Murray
151
Dec 25
155
1823
158
Jan 8 To John Hunt
159
Jan 10 To Leigh Hunt
160
Jan 13 To Richard Belgrave Hoppner
161
Jan 18 To the Hon Douglas Kinnaird
162
Jan 25 To Leigh Hunt
164
Feb 2 To Sir James Wedderbum Webster
165
Feb 16
166
Feb 20 To Thomas Moore
167
Feb 27 To Richard Belgrave Hoppner
168
March 5 To John Hunt
169
March 9 To Sir James Wedderburn Webster
170
March 10 To John Hunt
171
March 17
172
Undated To Mrs ? Shelley
174
March 28 To Lady
175
April 2 To Thomas Moore
178
April 2 To the Earl of Blessington
183
April 5 To Edward Blaquiere
185
April 5 To the Earl of Blessington
186
April 6
189
April 9 To John Hunt
191
May 5 To Edward Le Mesurier R N
203
May 7 To the Earl of Blessington
205
May 14 To the Earl of Blessington
211
May 17 To Lady
212
May 19 To James Holmes
213
May 21 To John Bowring
214
May 23 To the Earl of Blessington
218
May 29 To Henri Beyle
219
June 2 To the Countess of Blessington
221
Undated To Andrea Vacca
222
June 4 To Charles F Barry
223
June 15 To Edward John Trelawny
224
June 19 To Charles F Barry
225
Undated To Edward John Trelawny
226
June 28 To Leigh Hunt
227
Undated To J J Coulmann
229
July 12
230
July 24 To Charles F Barry
235
July 24 To Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
237
Aug 10 To Charles F Barry
253
Aug 26 To Captain Knox
255
Sept 9 To Lieut Colonel Napier
257
Oct 9 To Colonel Duffie
258
Oct 23 To Colonel Duffie
264
Oct 25 To Charles F Barry
266
ino Nov 29 To John Bowring
271
Oct 7 To the Countess Guiccioli
275
Nov 30 To the General Government of Greece
277
Dec 2 To Prince Mavrocordatos
278
Dec 7 To John Bowring
280
Dec 10
282
Dec 11 To Charles F Barry
283
Dec 13 To John Bowring
285
Dec 23 To the Hon Douglas Kinnaird
287
Dec 23 To Charles F Barry
289
Dec 26 To John Bowring
292
121 Dec 27 To Thomas Moore
294
Dec 31 To Colonel the Hon Leicester Stanhope
296
Jan 2 To Henry Muir
298
Jan 2 To Charles Hancock
301
Jan 13
303
Jan 17 38
310
Jan 23 To His Highness Yusuff Pasha
312
Feb 5 To Charles Hancock
314
Undated To Andreas Londos
320
Feb 9 To Lord Sidney Godolphin Osborne
322
Feb 20 To Samuel Barff
325
Feb 21
326
Undated To Mr Meyer
328
Feb 23 To the Hon Augusta Leigh
330
Feb 25 To John Murray
333
March 4 To Thomas Moore
336
March 4 To James Kennedy
338
March 5 To Samuel Barff
340
March 9
342
March 10 To Charles Hancock
345
March 10 To James Kennedy
347
March II To Signor Parucca
350
March 12 To
351
March 19 To Colonel the Hon Leicester Stanhope
352
March 19 To John Bowring
353
March 19 To Samuel Barff
354
March 22
356
March 26
359
March 30 To the Hon Douglas Kinnaird
362
March 31 To the Earl of Clare
366
April 1 To
367
April 3 To Samuel Barff
368
April 6
370
April 7
372
April 9
373
April 9 To Charles F Barry
374
Quarrel between Byron
377
VII
426
VIII
439
Chronological List of Letters
478
413
498
418
517
439
525
Index 493
567

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