Lady Byron Vindicated A history of the Byron controversy from its beginning in 1816 to the present time
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Lady Byron Vindicated A history of the Byron controversy from its beginning in 1816 to the present time

By Harriet Beecher Stowe
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  • Lady Byron Vindicated, by Harriet Beecher Stowe
  • LADY BYRON VINDICATED BY HARRIET BEECHER STOWE.
    • NOTE BY THE PUBLISHERS.
    • CONTENTS.
    • PART I.
      • CHAPTER I.  INTRODUCTION.
      • CHAPTER II.  THE ATTACK ON LADY BYRON.
      • CHAPTER III.  RÉSUMÉ OF THE CONSPIRACY.
      • CHAPTER IV.  RESULTS AFTER LORD BYRON’S DEATH.
      • CHAPTER V.  THE ATTACK ON LADY BYRON’S GRAVE.
    • CHAPTER I.  INTRODUCTION.
    • CHAPTER II.  THE ATTACK ON LADY BYRON.
    • CHAPTER III.  RÉSUMÉ OF THE CONSPIRACY.
    • CHAPTER IV.  RESULTS AFTER LORD BYRON’S DEATH.
    • CHAPTER V.  THE ATTACK ON LADY BYRON’S GRAVE.
    • PART II.
      • CHAPTER I.  LADY BYRON AS I KNEW HER.
      • CHAPTER II.  LADY BYRON’S STORY AS TOLD ME.
      • CHAPTER III.  CHRONOLOGICAL SUMMARY OF EVENTS.
      • CHAPTER IV.  THE CHARACTER OF THE TWO WITNESSES COMPARED.
      • CHAPTER V.  THE DIRECT ARGUMENT TO PROVE THE CRIME.
      • CHAPTER VI.  PHYSIOLOGICAL ARGUMENT.
      • CHAPTER VII.  HOW COULD SHE LOVE HIM?
      • CHAPTER VIII.  CONCLUSION.
    • CHAPTER I.  LADY BYRON AS I KNEW HER.
    • CHAPTER II.  LADY BYRON’S STORY AS TOLD ME.
    • CHAPTER III.  CHRONOLOGICAL SUMMARY OF EVENTS.
    • CHAPTER IV.  THE CHARACTER OF THE TWO WITNESSES COMPARED.
    • CHAPTER V.  THE DIRECT ARGUMENT TO PROVE THE CRIME.
    • CHAPTER VI.  PHYSIOLOGICAL ARGUMENT.
    • CHAPTER VII.  HOW COULD SHE LOVE HIM?
    • CHAPTER VIII.  CONCLUSION.
    • PART III.  MISCELLANEOUS DOCUMENTS.
      • THE TRUE STORY OF LADY BYRON’S LIFE, AS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN ‘THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY.’
      • LORD LINDSAY’S LETTER TO THE LONDON ‘TIMES.’ TO THE EDITOR OF ‘THE TIMES.’
      • DR. FORBES WINSLOW’S LETTER TO THE LONDON ‘TIMES.’
      • EXTRACT FROM LORD BYRON’S EXPUNGED LETTER.
      • LETTERS OF LADY BYRON TO H. C. ROBINSON
      • THREE DOMESTIC POEMS BY LORD BYRON.
    • THE TRUE STORY OF LADY BYRON’S LIFE, AS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED IN ‘THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY.’
    • LORD LINDSAY’S LETTER TO THE LONDON ‘TIMES.’ TO THE EDITOR OF ‘THE TIMES.’
    • DR. FORBES WINSLOW’S LETTER TO THE LONDON ‘TIMES.’
    • EXTRACT FROM LORD BYRON’S EXPUNGED LETTER.
    • LETTERS OF LADY BYRON TO H. C. ROBINSON
    • THREE DOMESTIC POEMS BY LORD BYRON.
    • FOOTNOTES.
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