The Works of Lord Byron: Letters and Journals. Vol. 2
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The Works of Lord Byron: Letters and Journals. Vol. 2

By Baron George Gordon Byron Byron
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Table of Contents
  • Byron's Letter and Journals
  • Preface
  • List of Letters
  • List of Journal Entries
    • Detailed Contents of Appendices
  • Chapter V—Childe Harold, Cantos I, II
    • Letter No. 169—to John Murray1
    • 170—to James Wedderburn Webster1
    • 171—to R. C. Dallas
    • 172—to R. C. Dallas1
    • 173—To the Hon. Augusta Leigh1
    • 174—To the Hon. Augusta Leigh
    • 175—To James Wedderburn Webster
    • 176—To the Hon. Augusta Leigh1
    • 177—To To Francis Hodgson
    • 178—to R.C. Dallas
    • 179—to John Murray1
    • 180—to R. C. Dallas
    • 181—to the Hon. Augusta Leigh
    • 182—to Francis Hodgson
    • 183—To R.C. Dallas
    • 184—To Francis Hodgson
    • 185—To John Murray1
    • 186—To R. C. Dallas
    • 187—to John Murray
    • 188—To R. C. Dallas
    • 189—to R. C. Dallas
    • 190—to R.C. Dallas
    • 191—to R. C. Dallas
    • 192—to R. C. Dallas.
    • 193—to Francis Hodgson
    • 194—to R. C. Dallas
    • 195—to James Wedderburn Webster
    • 196—to R.C. Dallas
    • 197—to R.C. Dallas
    • 198—To Francis Hodgson
    • 199—to R. C. Dallas
    • 200—to R. C. Dallas
    • 201—to R. C. Dallas
    • 202—To Thomas Moore1
    • 203—to R. C. Dallas
    • 204—to Thomas Moore1
    • 205—to Thomas Moore1
    • 206—to R. C. Dallas
    • 207—to Thomas Moore
    • 208—to Francis Hodgson
    • 209—to Francis Hodgson
    • 210—to William Harness1
    • 211—to James Wedderburn Webster
    • 212—to William Harness
    • 213—to Francis Hodgson
    • 214—to Thomas Moore
    • 215—to Francis Hodgson
    • 216—to R. C. Dallas
    • 217—to William Harness
    • 218—to Robert Rushton1
    • 219—to Robert Rushton
    • 220—to Thomas Moore
    • 221—to Francis Hodgson
    • 222—to Samuel Rogers
    • 223—To Master John Cowell1
    • 224—to Francis Hodgson
    • 225—to Francis Hodgson
    • 226—to Lord Holland
    • 227—to Francis Hodgson
    • 228—to Lord Holland
  • Chapter VI—The Idol of Society—The Drury Lane Address—Second Speech in Parliament
    • 229—to Thomas Moore
    • 230—to William Bankes
    • 231—to Thomas Moore
    • 232—to Lady Caroline Lamb
    • 233—To William Bankes
    • 234—to Thomas Moore
    • 235—to Lady Caroline Lamb
    • 236—to Thomas Moore
    • 237—to Thomas Moore
    • 238—to Bernard Barton1
    • 239—to Lord Holland
    • 240—to Professor Clarke1
    • 241—To Walter Scott1
    • 242—to Lady Caroline Lamb
    • 243—to John Murray
    • 244—to Lord Holland
    • 245—to John Murray
    • 246—to Lord Holland
    • 247—to Lord Holland
    • 248—to Lord Holland
    • 249—to Lord Holland
    • 250—to Lord Holland
    • 251—to Lord Holland
    • 252—to Lord Holland
    • 253—to John Murray
    • 254—to Lord Holland
    • 255—to Lord Holland
    • 256—to William Bankes
    • 257—to Lord Holland
    • 258—to Lord Holland
    • 259—to Lord Holland
    • 260—to Lord Holland
    • 261—to John Murray
    • 262—to Lord Holland.
    • 263—to John Hanson
    • 264—to John Murray
    • 265—to Robert Rushton
    • 266—to John Murray
    • 267—to John Hanson
    • 268—to John Murray
    • 269—to John Hanson
    • 270—to John Hanson
    • 271—to John Hanson
    • 272—to John Murray
    • 273—to William Bankes
    • 274—to John Murray.
    • 275—to Francis Hodgson
    • 276—to John Hanson
    • 277—to John Murray
    • 278—to Robert Rushton
    • 279—to John Hanson
    • 280—to John Hanson
    • 281—to——Corbet
    • 282—to John Hanson
    • 283—to Charles Hanson
    • 284—to Samuel Rogers1
    • 285—to the Hon. Augusta Leigh.
    • 286—to John Murray
    • 287—to John Hanson
    • 288—to John Hanson
    • 289—to John Murray
  • Chapter VII—The Giaour and Bride of Abydos
    • 290—to John Murray
    • 291—to Thomas Moore
    • 292—to John Murray
    • 293—to John Murray
    • 294—to John Murray
    • 295—to Thomas Moore
    • 296—to John Hanson
    • 297—to Francis Hodgson
    • 298—to Francis Hodgson
    • 299—to John Murray
    • 300—to John Murray
    • 301—to John Murray
    • 138—To his Mother
    • 302—to John Murray
    • 303—to W. Gifford
    • 304—to John Murray
    • 305—to Thomas Moore
    • 306—to the Hon. Augusta Leigh
    • 307—to the Hon. Augusta Leigh
    • 308—to the Hon. Augusta Leigh
    • 309—to John Murray
    • 310—to Thomas Moore
    • 311—to Thomas Moore
    • 312—to John Hanson
    • 313—to John Murray
    • 314—to Thomas Moore
    • 315—to Thomas Moore
    • 316—to Thomas Moore
    • 317—to John Murray
    • 318—to John Wilson Croker1
    • 319—to John Murray
    • 320—to John Murray
    • 321—To James Wedderburn Webster
    • 322—to Thomas Moore
    • 323—to John Murray
    • 324—to Thomas Moore
    • 325—to Thomas Moore
    • 326—to James Wedderburn Webster
    • 327—to Thomas Moore
    • 328—to Thomas Moore.
    • 329 —to Thomas Moore
    • 330—to James Wedderburn Webster
    • 331—to the Hon. Augusta Leigh
    • 332—to John Murray
    • 333—to James Wedderburn Webster
    • 334—to Sir James Mackintosh
    • 335—to Thomas Moore
    • 336—to John Murray
    • 337—to James Wedderburn Webster
    • 338—to Francis Hodgson
    • 339—to Thomas Moore
    • 340—to John Murray
    • 341—to John Hanson
    • 342—to the Hon. Augusta Leigh
    • 343—to John Murray
    • 344—to the Hon. Augusta Leigh
    • 345—to John Murray
    • 346—to William Gifford
    • 347—to John Murray
    • 348—to John Murray
    • 349—to John Murray
    • 350—to John Murray
    • 351—to John Murray
    • 352—to John Murray
    • 353—to John Murray
    • 354—to John Murray
    • 355—to John Murray
    • 356—to John Murray
    • 357—to John Murray
    • 358—to John Murray
    • 359—to John Murray
    • 360—to John Murray.
    • 361—to John Murray
    • 362—to John Murray
    • 363—to John Murray
    • 364—to Thomas Moore.
    • 365—to Francis Hodgson
    • 366—to John Murray
    • 367—to Leigh Hunt
    • 368—to John Murray
    • 369—to John Murray
    • 370—to John Murray
    • 371—to John Murray
    • 372—to John Murray
    • 373—to Thomas Moore
    • 374—to John Galt1
    • 375—to John Murray
    • 376—to Thomas Ashe1
    • 377—to Professor Clarke1
    • 378—to Leigh Hunt
    • 379—to John Murray
  • Chapter VIII—Journal: November 14, 1813-April 19, 1814
    • November 16th, 1813
    • November 17th, 1813
    • November 22nd, 1813
    • November 23rd, 1813
    • 24th November, 1813
    • 12, Mezza Notte
    • Thursday, November 26th [1813]
    • Saturday 27th [November 1813]
    • Tuesday 30th [November 1813]
    • Wednesday, December 1st, 1813
    • Sunday, December 5th [1813]
    • Monday, December 6th [1813]
    • Tuesday, December 7th [1813]
    • Friday, December 10th, 1813
    • Sunday, December 12th, 1813
    • Monday, December 13th, 1813
    • December 14th, 15th, 16th, 1813
    • December 17th, 18th, 1813
    • January 16th, 1814
    • February 18th [1814]
    • Saturday, February 19th [1814]
    • February 20th [1814]
    • Sunday, February 27th [1814]
    • Sunday, March 6th [1814]
    • March 7th [1814]
    • March 10th [1814]
    • Tuesday, March 15th [1814]
    • Thursday, March 17th [1814]
    • Sunday, March 20th [1814]
    • Tuesday, March 22nd [1814]
    • March 28th [1814]
    • April 8th [1814]
    • Saturday, April 9th, 1814
    • April 10th [1814]
    • April 19th, 1814
  • APPENDIX I —Articles from The Monthly Review
    • 1. Poems, by W. R. Spencer. (vol. 67, 1812, pp. 54-60.)
    • 2. Neglected Genius, by W. H. Ireland.
  • APPENDIX II —Parliamentary Speeches
    • 1. Debate On The Frame-work Bill, In The House Of Lords, February 27, 1812.
    • 2. Debate on the Earl of Donoughmore's Motion for a Committee on the Roman Catholic Claims, April 21, 1812.
    • 3. Debate on Major Cartwright's Petition. June 1,1813.
  • APPENDIX III —Lady Caroline Lamb and Byron
    • 1. The following letter is one of the first which Lady Caroline wrote to Byron, in the spring of 1812:
      • 2. The following are the lines written by Lady Caroline when she burned Byron in effigy at Brocket Hall (endorsed, in Mrs. Leigh's handwriting, "December, 1812"):
      • 3. The following letter was apparently written in the summer of 1812:
      • 4. The following letter was evidently written at the time when the separation of Lord and Lady Byron was first rumoured:
      • 5. The following letter probably refers to the publication of the lines, "Fare thee Well," in April, 1816:
      • 6. In 1824, after the death of Byron, and after the publication of Captain Medwin's Recollections of Lord Byron, Lady Caroline Lamb sent a letter to Mr. Henry Colburn, the publisher, enclosing one to be given to Medwin and published. Both are given here, and the latter should be read in substantiation or correction of what is stated in the notes. The letter is printed verbatim et literatim.
    • 2. The following are the lines written by Lady Caroline when she burned Byron in effigy at Brocket Hall (endorsed, in Mrs. Leigh's handwriting, "December, 1812"):
    • 3. The following letter was apparently written in the summer of 1812:
    • 4. The following letter was evidently written at the time when the separation of Lord and Lady Byron was first rumoured:
    • 5. The following letter probably refers to the publication of the lines, "Fare thee Well," in April, 1816:
    • 6. In 1824, after the death of Byron, and after the publication of Captain Medwin's Recollections of Lord Byron, Lady Caroline Lamb sent a letter to Mr. Henry Colburn, the publisher, enclosing one to be given to Medwin and published. Both are given here, and the latter should be read in substantiation or correction of what is stated in the notes. The letter is printed verbatim et literatim.
  • Appendix IV—Letters of Bernard Barton
    • I
      • II
      • Part of the draft of Byron's answer to these two letters is in existence, and runs as follows:
    • II
    • Part of the draft of Byron's answer to these two letters is in existence, and runs as follows:
  • Appendix V—Correspondence with Walter Scott
    • The following is Walter Scott's reply to Byron's letter of July 6, 1812:
  • Appendix VI—The Giant and the Dwarf
  • Appendix VII—Attacks on Lord Byron in the Newspapers for February and March, 1814
    • I:  The Courier
      • (1)  Lord Byron (The Courier, February 1, 1814).
      • (2)  The Courier, February 2, 1814.
      • (3)  The Courier, February 3, 1814
      • (4)  Byroniana No. 1 (The Courier, February 5, 1814).
      • (5)  Byroniana No. 2 (The Courier, February 8, 1814)
      • (6)  Byroniana No. 3 (The Courier, February 12, 1814). Crede Byron—"Trust Byron."
      • (7)  Byroniana No. 4 (The Courier, February 17, 1814)
      • (8)  Byroniana No. 5 (The Courier, February 19, 1814).
      • (9)  From The Courier (March 15, 1814).
    • (1)  Lord Byron (The Courier, February 1, 1814).
    • (2)  The Courier, February 2, 1814.
    • (3)  The Courier, February 3, 1814
    • (4)  Byroniana No. 1 (The Courier, February 5, 1814).
    • (5)  Byroniana No. 2 (The Courier, February 8, 1814)
    • (6)  Byroniana No. 3 (The Courier, February 12, 1814). Crede Byron—"Trust Byron."
    • (7)  Byroniana No. 4 (The Courier, February 17, 1814)
    • (8)  Byroniana No. 5 (The Courier, February 19, 1814).
    • (9)  From The Courier (March 15, 1814).
    • II:  The Morning Post
      • (1)  Verses (Morning Post, February 5, 1814).
      • (2)  To Lord Byron (Morning Post, February 7, 1814).
      • (3)  Lord Byron (Morning Post, February 8, 1814)
      • (4)  Lines (Morning Post, February 8, 1814).
      • (5)  Lines (Morning Post, February 11, 1814)
      • (6)  To Lord Byron (Morning Post, February 15, 1814)
      • (7)  To Lord Byron (Morning Post, February 16, 1814)
      • (8)  Verses Addressed To Lord Byron (Morning Post, February 16, 1814).
      • (9)  Patronage Extraordinary (Morning Post, February 17, 1814)
      • (10)  Lord Byron (Morning Post, February 18, 1814).
    • (1)  Verses (Morning Post, February 5, 1814).
    • (2)  To Lord Byron (Morning Post, February 7, 1814).
    • (3)  Lord Byron (Morning Post, February 8, 1814)
    • (4)  Lines (Morning Post, February 8, 1814).
    • (5)  Lines (Morning Post, February 11, 1814)
    • (6)  To Lord Byron (Morning Post, February 15, 1814)
    • (7)  To Lord Byron (Morning Post, February 16, 1814)
    • (8)  Verses Addressed To Lord Byron (Morning Post, February 16, 1814).
    • (9)  Patronage Extraordinary (Morning Post, February 17, 1814)
    • (10)  Lord Byron (Morning Post, February 18, 1814).
    • III:  The Sun
      • (1)  The Sun, February 4, 1814.
      • (2)  Epigram (The Sun, February 8, 1814)
      • (3)  Lord Byron (The Sun, February 11, 1814).
      • (4)  Parody (The Sun, February 16, 1814)
    • (1)  The Sun, February 4, 1814.
    • (2)  Epigram (The Sun, February 8, 1814)
    • (3)  Lord Byron (The Sun, February 11, 1814).
    • (4)  Parody (The Sun, February 16, 1814)
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