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B.
Bacon, Lord, i. 319, 342; ii. 194.
Badini, editor, ii. 214.
Bannister, Mr., ii. 219.
Barbadoes, Island of, ii. 55, 65.
Barnes, Mr., ii. 127, 261.
Bartolini, sculptor, i. 213.
Basso, Andrea di, quotation from him introduced, i. 222,

223.
Bayle, i. 75; the Essay on Comets, ii. 347.
Bell, Mr., publisker, ii. 211, 212, 213, 214.
Bentham, Mr., i. 161, 303, 319; ii. 264.
Bentinck Chapel, Paddington, ii. 65.
Betty, Master, ii. 219, 221, 222, 223.
Beyle, M., i. 58, 120 ; quoted, 195.
Bible, The, ii. 74.
Bickley, Sir William, ii. 78.
Biron, a character in Shakspeare, allusion to, i. 179.
Blackwood, Mr., i. 189, 190, 209.

's Magazine, i. 92, 189.
Blossom, H. M. Sloop, i. 234.
Boat belonging to Byron, i. 14.
Boccaccio, opinion on, i. 394; his village in Italy, ii. 372,

373.
Bologna, city of, ij. 394.
Bonaparte, Napoleon, i. 225; First Consul, ii. 96; interesting

trait, 97, 358, 362, 401.
Bonnycastle, Mr., ii. 28, 32; personal description, 34.
Boswell, Mr., i. 245.
Bourne, Vincent, poet, ii. 379.
Bowles, Rev. Mr., i. 3, 179, 198.
Braham, Mr., ii. 14.
British Museum, the Library of the, ii. 195.
Brooke, Mr., ii. 175.

Brougham, Mr. Henry, i. 319.
Brown, Mr., i. 81, 427 ; ii, 374, 388.
Brunette, Italian, i. 28, 73.
Brydges, Sir Egerton, his Letters on the Poetical Genius of

Byron, i. 160.
Burns, sociality of the poet, i. 153.
Burr, Col. i. 238.
Byron, Lord, enacting the part of Leander, i. 1 ; his visit to

Mr. L. Hunt in prison, 2; his petulance, 3 ; first civilities
to Mr. Hunt, 4; appearance in the House of Lords, ib. ;
management of Drury Lane Theatre, 5 ; his personal ap-
pearance, 6; disconcerted by Lady Byron, 7; his candour,
8; disposition to make confidants, 9; marriage, ib.; his
love of his daughter, 12, 192 ; his altered mien at Leghorn,
15; extraordinary adventures in his dwelling at Monte
Nero, 15; his coolness, 17; causes of his quitting Italy,
19 ; domestic arrangements at Pisa, 23 ; his conduct to
the Author, 31, 34; history of his intimacy with the Coun-
tess Guiccioli, 39; his sentiments, 40, 41; bis light con
versation, 41, 74; character of his poetic heroines, 43 ;
bon-mots respecting Byron, 45, 46; behaviour to the
Author's sons, 47, 48; reciprocal opinions of Byron and
Gifford, 52; Lord Byron's opinion of Mr. Murray, 53 ;
pride of birth, 58; his vanity as a man of letters, 59;
mode of living at Pisa, 63; attachments, 69; his conversa-
tion, 71; his horsemanship, 72, 164; favourite authors, 75;
is averse to the reputation of plagiarism, 76 ; bis pleasure
in Montaigne, Franklin, and Walter Scott's works, 78,
79; his friends, 82; his interest in The Liberal, 85;
Vision of Judgment, 89, 91, 94 ; proceeds from Pisa to
Genoa, 99, 105; his contributions to The Liberal, 106;
conversations at Albaro, 111, 116, 119, 121; his imitation,
of Incledon, 117; admiration of Napoleon, 125; opinin-
on Music and Painting, 126, 127; identity of Don Juan,

129, 130 ; Byron's fondness for superiority, 131, 132;
avaricious, and not generous, 130, 133, 134, 136; present
or loan to the Greeks, 138; affection for his sister, 139;
temper and conversation, 140; superstition, anecdote as
to St. James's Street, 144, 145; perversity, 147, 158; his
parents described, 149 ; his face and style of beauty, 150,
156; lameness, 151; limited powers of conversation, 154,
155; voyage to Sicily a fable, 157, 159; his peculiarities
of enunciation, 158, 178 ; publications respecting him,
159, 160, 164, 168; question as to the suppression of His
Memoirs, discussed, 175; anecdote, 187; report of his
learning, 196; asserted adventures, 200; inventions re-
specting him, 203, 211; his dislike to England, 213, 214;
his defence of his Cain, 216 ; of his sense of religion, 220;
literary correspondence, 249-278; literary anecdote, 438;

opinion upon language, ii. 18.
Byron, Lady, in search of her Lord, i. 6; their separation, 7;

her letter to him, 8; considerations on their union, 8; in-
teresting anecdotes, 187, 192 ; epigram addressed to her
by Lord Byron, 201, 202. .

C.

Cain, a tragedy, i. 216.
Calcott, Dr., ii. 115.
Calumnies upon celebrated English writers, i. 421, 422.
Campbell, Mr., poet, i. 198, 227; personal description, ii. 4,

6, 10, 11.
Canning, Mr., i. 246.
Canova, i. 213.
Castlereagh, Lord, epigrams on, i. 90, 113.
Carleton, Hon. Mr., ii. 151.
Cave, gaoler, ii. 248, 249, 251, 267.
Cenci, The, i. 343, 367, 368.
Cervantes, ï. 343.

Chamberry, visit to, ii. 402.
Chandos, Duke of, and family, ii. 67.
Chapman, Dr. ii. 117; his lancet, 118.

-'s Homer, i. 410, 411.
Chapter Coffee House, its Literati, i. 181.
Chaucer, quotation from, i. 66.
Chaworth, Miss, i. 180.
Christ Hospital : account of it, ii. 123–181 ; its most

celebrated Scholars, 126 ; its history, 128; general de-

scription, 129.
Cid, The, dramas of which he is the hero, ii. 209, 210.
Clare, Earl of, i. 140.
Clarke, Mr., i. 409.
Cobbett, Mr. William, i. 236; ii. 232.
Coleridge, Mr., i. 413, 229 ; portrait of the poet, ii. 46, 47,

48 ; his conversation, 52 ; Lord Byron's opinion of his
talent, 53 ; Mr. Coleridge's tastes and habits, 53, 54--127,

163, 164, 325, 345.
Colman, Mr., i. 226, 229.
Condorcet, M., i. 320; ii. 282.
Confirmation in St. Paul's, ii. 114.
Cooling, Mrs., ii. 63.
Copyrights, sale of certain poems by Lord Byron, i. 291.
Corsair, The, i. 255.
Corsica, Island of, i. 333.
Cortez, portrait by Titian of, i. 411, 412.
Cotton, ii. 7.
Cowper, designs in illustration of his poems, ii. 30, 31.
Crabbe, Mr., ii. 18.
Criticism on the poetical genius of P. B. Shelley, i. 294.
Curtis, residence of Sir W., ii. 283.

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D.

Dallas's Recollections, i. 160, 161, 162, 163, 290.

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Dante, i. 224, 394 ; ii. 337, 338.
Dayrell, Mrs. Elizabeth, ii. 56, 73.

Miss Frances, ii. 107, 119, 122, 123.
Davies, Mr., Scrope, i. 7.
Dawkins, Mr., i. 334.
Decameron, I ii. 372.
Delille, Abbé, ii. 6, 7.
Dempster, Capt. R. N., ii. 85.
Despard, Col., ii. 246.
Dibdin, Mr. Thomas, ii. 229.
Digby, Sir Kenelm, i. 358.
Dignum, Mr., ii. 10.
Dillon, Lord, ii. 376, 377.
Dodd, Mr., i. 204, 207. 209.
Domestics of Lord Byron in Italy described, i. 118, 119.
Doria, Andrew, Doge, i. 239.
Drama, the Modern, ii. 224, 225.
Dryden, ii. 48, 49, 208.
Dubois, Mr., ii. 1, 2, 4.
Dyer, Mr., ii. 126.

E.

Eachard, Mr., ii. 2.
Earl of Effingham, frigate, ii. 85, 86.
Edgecumbe, Mount, ii. 316, 317.
Editors of newspapers, ii. 216, 218.
Ellenborough, Lord, Chief Justice, ii. 235, 238, 239.
Elliston, Mr., ï. 209.
Englefield, Sir Henry, i. 276.
Englishmen, their character in Italy, i. 102.
Examiner, The, i. 13, 49, 50, 94, 322,400 ; č. 231, 260, 264.

F.

Farewell, The, by Lord Byron, i. 11, 190.

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