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The Works of Lord Byron (ed. Coleridge, Prothero) - Volume 3.djvu

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CONTENTS OF VOL. III.

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Introduction to Occasional Pieces (Poems 1809–1813; Poems 1814–1816)
xix

Poems 1809–1813.
The Girl of Cadiz. First published in Works of Lord Byron, 1832, viii. 56
1
Lines written in an Album, at Malta. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)
4
To Florence. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)
5
Stanzas composed during a Thunderstorm. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)
7
Stanzas written in passing the Ambracian Gulf. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)
11
The Spell is broke, the Charm is flown! First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)
12
Written after swimming from Sestos to Abydos. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)
13
Lines in the Travellers' Book at Orchomenus. First published, Travels in Italy, Greece, etc., by H. W. Williams, 1820, ii. 290
15
Maid of Athens, ere we part. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)
15
Fragment from the "Monk of Athos." First published, Life of Lord Byron, by the Hon. Roden Noel, 1890, pp. 206, 207
18
Lines written beneath a Picture. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)
19
Translation of the famous Greek War Song, Δεῦτε παῖδες, κ.τ.λ. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)
20
Translation of the Romaic Song, Μνέπω μεσ' τὸ περιβόλι, κ.τ.λ. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)
22
On Parting. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)
23
Farewell to Malta. First published, Poems on his Domestic Circumstances, by W. Hone (Sixth Edition, 1816)
24
Newstead Abbey. First published, Memoir of Rev. F. Hodgson, 1878, i. 187
27
Epistle to a Friend, in answer to some Lines exhorting the Author to be Cheerful, and to "banish Care." First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 301
28
To Thyrza ["Without a stone," etc.]. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)
30
Stanzas ["Away, away," etc.]. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)
35
Stanzas ["One struggle more," etc.]. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (4to)
36
Euthanasia. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (Second Edition)
39
Stanzas ["And thou art dead," etc.]. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (Second Edition)
41
Lines to a Lady weeping. First published. Morning Chronicle, March 7, 1812
45
Stanzas ["If sometimes," etc.]. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (Second Edition)
46
On a Cornelian Heart which was broken. First published, Childe Harold, 1812 (Second Edition)
48
The Chain I gave was Fair to view. From the Turkish. First published. Corsair, 1814 (Second Edition)
49
50
Address, spoken at the Opening of Drury-Lane Theatre, Saturday, October 10, 1812. First published, Morning Chronicle, October 12, 1812
51
Parenthetical Address. By Dr. Plagiary. First published, Morning Chronicle, October 23, 1812
55
Verses found in a Summer-house at Hales-Owen. First published, Works of Lord Byron, 1832, xvii. 244
59
Remember thee! Remember thee! First published, Conversations of Lord Byron, 1824, p. 330
59
To Time. First published, Childe Harold, 1814 (Seventh Edition)
60
Translation of a Romaic Love Song. First published, Childe Harold, 1814 (Seventh Edition)
62
Stanzas ["Thou art not false," etc.]. First published, Childe Harold, 1814 (Seventh Edition)
64
On being asked what was the "Origin of Love." First published, Childe Harold, 1814 (Seventh Edition)
65
On the Quotation, "And my true faith," etc. MS. M.
65
Stanzas ["Remember him," etc.]. First published, Childe Harold, 1814 (Seventh Edition)
67
Impromptu, in Reply to a Friend. First published, Childe Harold, 1814 (Seventh Edition)
69
Sonnet. To Genevra ["Thine eyes' blue tenderness," etc.]. First published. Corsair, 1814 (Second Edition)
70
Sonnet. To Genevra ["Thy cheek is pale with thought," etc.]. First published, Corsair, 1814 (Second Edition)
71
From the Portuguese ["Tu mi chamas"]. First published, Childe Harold, 1814 (Seventh Edition). "Another Version." First published, 1831
71

The Giaour: A Fragment of a Turkish Tale.
Introduction to The Giaour
75
Bibliographical Note on The Giaour
78
81
83
85

The Bride of Abydos. A Turkish Tale.
Introduction to The Bride of Abydos
149
Note to the MSS. of The Bride of Abydos
151
155
The Bride of Abydos. Canto the First
157
178
Note to The Bride of Abydos
211

The Corsair: A Tale.
Introduction to The Corsair
217
Bibliographical Note on The Corsair
220
223
The Corsair. Canto the First
227
249
270

Introduction to the Ode to Napoleon Buonaparte
303
305

Lara: A Tale.
Introduction to Lara
319
323
348

Hebrew Melodies.
Introduction to the Hebrew Melodies
375
379
381
382
383
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
397
399
399
400
401
402
404
404
406

Poems 1814–1816.
Farewell! if ever Fondest Prayer. First published, Corsair (Second Edition, 1814)
409
When we Two parted. First published, Poems, 1816
410
411
Stanzas for Music ["I speak not, I trace not," etc.]. First published, Fugitive Pieces, 1829
413
Address intended to be recited at the Caledonian Meeting. First published, Letters and Journals, 1330, i. 559
415
Elegiac Stanzas on the Death of Sir Peter Parker, Bart. First published, Morning Chronicle, October 7, 1814
417
419
To Belshazzar. First published, 1831
421
Stanzas for Music ["There's not a joy," etc.]. First published, Poems, 1816
423
On the Death of the Duke of Dorset. First published, Works, Paris, 1826, p. 716
425
Stanzas for Music ["Bright be the place of thy soul"]. First published. Examiner, June 4, 1815
426
Napoleon's Farewell. First published, Examiner, July 30, 1815
427
From the French ["Must thou go, my glorious Chief?"]. First published, Poems, 1816
428
Ode from the French ["We do not curse thee, Waterloo!"]. First published, Morning Chronicle, March 15, 1816
431
435
On the Star of "the Legion of Honour." First published, Examiner, April 7, 1816
436
Stanzas for Music ["They say that Hope is happiness"]. First published, Fugitive Pieces, 1829
438

The Siege of Corinth.
Introduction to The Siege of Corinth
441
445
447
Note on the MS. of The Siege of Corinth
448
449

Parisina.
Introduction to Parisina
499
501
503
505

Poems of the Separation.
Introduction to Poems of the Separation
531
537
540
544


LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

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Lord Byron in Albanian Dress, from a Portrait in Oils by T. Phillips, R.A., in the Possession of Mr. John Murray
Frontispiece
2.
H.R.H. the Princess Charlotte of Wales, from the Miniature in the Possession of H.M. the Queen, at Windsor Castle
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3.
Lady Wilmot Horton, from a Sketch by Sir Thomas Lawrence
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4.
Temple of Zeus Nemeus, from a Drawing by William Pars, A.R.A., in the British Museum
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5.
Samuel Taylor Coleridge, from a Portrait in Oils by T. Phillips, R.A., in the Possession of Mr. John Murray
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6.
The Hon. Mrs. Leigh, from a Sketch by Sir George Hayter, in the British Museum
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