Fugitive Pieces
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Fugitive Pieces

By Baron George Gordon Byron Byron
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  • FUGITIVE PIECES
    • BY
    • GEORGE GORDON NOËL BYRON
      • Reproduced from the First Edition
        • WITH A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
        • BY
        • MARCEL KESSEL
        • PUBLISHED FOR
        • THE FACSIMILE TEXT SOCIETY
        • BY
        • COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS
        • NEW YORK: MCMXXXIII
      • WITH A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
      • BY
      • MARCEL KESSEL
      • PUBLISHED FOR
      • THE FACSIMILE TEXT SOCIETY
      • BY
      • COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS
      • NEW YORK: MCMXXXIII
    • Reproduced from the First Edition
      • WITH A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
      • BY
      • MARCEL KESSEL
      • PUBLISHED FOR
      • THE FACSIMILE TEXT SOCIETY
      • BY
      • COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS
      • NEW YORK: MCMXXXIII
    • WITH A BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
    • BY
    • MARCEL KESSEL
    • PUBLISHED FOR
    • THE FACSIMILE TEXT SOCIETY
    • BY
    • COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS
    • NEW YORK: MCMXXXIII
    • TABLE OF CONTENTS
    • BIBLIOGRAPHICAL NOTE
    • FUGITIVE PIECES.
  • FUGITIVE PIECES.
    • ON LEAVING N—ST—D.
    • TO E——.
    • ON THE DEATH OF A YOUNG LADY, COUSIN TO THE AUTHOR AND VERY DEAR TO HIM.
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    • TO D. ——
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    • TO ——
    • TO CAROLINE.
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    • TO MARIA ——
    • FRAGMENTS OF SCHOOL EXERCISES, FROM THE PROMETHEUS VINCTUS OF ÆSCHYLUS.
    • LINES in "LETTERS OF AN ITALIAN NUN AND AN ENGLISH GENTLEMAN," by J.J. ROUSSEAU, founded on Facts.
      • Answer to the above, address'd to Miss ——.
    • Answer to the above, address'd to Miss ——.
    • ON A CHANGE OF MASTERS, AT A GREAT PUBLIC SCHOOL.
    • EPITAPH ON A BELOVED FRIEND.
    • ADRIAN'S ADDRESS TO HIS SOUL, WHEN DYING.
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    • TO MARY.
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    • TO ——
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    • ON A DISTANT VIEW OF THE VILLAGE AND SCHOOL OF HARROW ON THE HILL. 1806.
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    • THOUGHTS SUGGESTED BY A COLLEGE EXAMINATION.
    • TO MARY, ON RECEIVING HER PICTURE.
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    • ON THE DEATH OF Mr. FOX, THE FOLLOWING ILLIBERAL IMPROMPTU APPEARED IN THE MORNING POST.
    • TO A LADY, WHO PRESENTED THE AUTHOR A LOCK OF HAIR, BRAIDED WITH HIS OWN, AND APPOINTED A NIGHT IN DECEMBER, TO MEET HIM IN THE GARDEN.
    • TO A BEAUTIFUL QUAKER.
    • TO JULIA!
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    • TO WOMAN.
    • AN OCCASIONAL PROLOGUE DELIVERED BY THE AUTHOR, PREVIOUS TO THE PERFORMANCE OF THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE, AT A PRIVATE THEATRE.
    • TO MISS E.P.
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    • The TEAR.
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    • REPLY TO SOME VERSES OF J.M.B. PIGOT, Esq. ON THE CRUELTY OF HIS MISTRESS.
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    • GRANTA, A MEDLEY.
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    • TO THE SIGHING STREPHON.
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    • THE CORNELIAN.
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    • TO A. ——
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    • AS THE AUTHOR WAS DISCHARGING HIS PISTOLS IN A GARDEN, TWO LADIES PASSING NEAR THE SPOT, WERE ALARMED BY THE SOUND OF A BULLET HISSING NEAR THEM. TO ONE OF WHOM THE FOLLOWING VERSES ON THE OCCASION, WERE ADDRESSED THE NEXT MORNING.
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    • TRANSLATION FROM CATULLUS. AD LESBIAM.
    • TRANSLATION OF THE EPITAPH ON VIRGIL AND TIBULLUS, by DOMITIUS MARSUS.
    • IMITATION OF TIBULLUS "SULPICIA AD CERINTUM." LIB. QUART.
    • TRANSLATION FROM CATULLUS. LUCTUS DE NORTE PASSERIS.
    • IMITATED FROM CATULLUS. TO ANNA.
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