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Favell, Mr., ii. 157, 161, 163.
Faust, Goethe's, i. 369, 370.
Feast of the Poets, The, i. 2.
Fenelon, ii. 19.
Field, Rev. Mr., ii. 147.

- Miss, ii. 147.
Fielding, Henry, ii. 36; his happy disposition, 70, 349.
Fiesole, ii. 373, 374.
Fitzgerald, Mr., ii. 18.
Fletcher, valet of Lord Byron, i. 16,21 ; his adventures, 22;

his narrative, 192.
Florence, arrival at, ii. 369 ; description, 370 ; English resi-

dents in, 385.
France, observations upon, ii. 402.
Francis, Sir Philip, ii. 2.
Franklin, Dr. Benjamin, ii. 80, 82, 83 ; attempt to delineate

his character, ii. 185-189.
French Revolution, influence of the, ii. 181.
Frere, Mr. Hookham, ii. 210.
Fuseli, Mr. R. A. his extravagance of genius, ii. 29; his de-

signs for Shakspeare, 30; his diction and argumentation,
33, 34.

G..

Gamba, Count, i. 15, 20, 36, 37, 38, 195.

Count Pietro, wounded by a domestic, i. 15, 19, 37,
38; Last Days of Byron, 160, 161, 195.
Garden, attractions of an Italian, i. 65, 66.
Garrick, David, ii. 17.
Garrow, Baron, ii. 289; his mansion near Ramsgate, 283.
Gay, poet, i. 4.
George, III. ii. 69, 90, 91.
Geneva, Lake of, i. 327.
Genoa, visit to, i. 99; residence in the Casa Negroto at
Albaro, 104-235, 239, 240, 330; the City described

from the Gulf of Genoa, ii. 364.
Gentle Shepherd, The, ii. 5.
German Drama, The, i. 218.
Gertrude of Wyoming, ii. 4, 7.
Gianetti, Luigi, i. 39.
Gibbon, historian, i. 75, 76, 301, 320.
Gibbs, Sir Vicary, ii. 239.
Gibraltar, fortress of, ii. 339, 340.
Gifford, Mr., i. 49, 51, 52, 81, 416.
Glenbervie, Lord, i. 229.
Godwin, Mr., i. 315, 322, 410; ii. 28.
Goethe, i. 90; his correspondence with Byron, 153 ; bis

works, 216, 218, 221; his Faust, 369-379.
Goldsmith, Oliver, his Citizen of the World, i. 189.
Gournay, Mademoiselle de, i. 320.
Gower, Lord Leveson, i. 369.
Grainger, Mr., i. 287.
Grampus, description of the, ii. 358, 362.
Granada, ii. 344.
Grand Signior, observation made by the, i. 157.
Greece, Lord Byron's voyage to, i. 99; the insurrection, 183,

186.
Grose, Mr. Justice, ii. 239.
Guiccioli, Il Cavaliere, i. 15, 35, 195.

- Countess, her residence with the noble poet, i. 15;
her agitation, 15, 19; her conduct, 35, 36; her jealousy,
40, 74 ; anecdote relative to the motto Crede Byron, 58;
description of this lady, 66, her grace and beauty, 66, 67;
her style, 67; her portrait by Mr. West, 68, 102 ; her
disinterested love, 137; erroneous statement, 193; verses
read to her, 222.

H.

Hazlitt, Mr., i. 49, 72, 92, 98, 99, 108, 109, 125, 199, 410,

413; ii. 21, 47, 49, 260.

Hampden, John, patriot, i. 367.
Haydon, Mr. i. 417.
Hebrew Melodies, i. 187.
Hecla, Mount, ii. 284.
Helmets, Lord Byron's, i. 119.
Hieres Islands, ii. 357.
Highgate, the Grove at, ii. 52, 53.
Hine, Mr., ii. 319.
Hobhouse, Mr., 7, 81, 92, 93, 94, 171, 183, 198.

, Sir Benjamin, i, 93,
Holland, Lord, i. 7; his life of Guillen de Castro, the Cid, i.

209.
Holinan, Mr., ii. 14.
Homer, Pope's, ii. 99.
Hook, Mr. Theodore, ii. 8, 9, 11, 15.
Hume, David, i. 320.
Hunt, Mr. Leigh, his acquaintance sought by Lord Byron,

i. 2; he receives Byron at Paddington, 5 ; his illness, 13,
invitation to go to Italy, ib. ; arrival at Leghorn, 14; he
beholds the Countess Guiccioli, 15; resides at Pisa with
Lord Byron, 23 ; remittance made to him, 25; his feelings
at the death of Shelley, 30; Byron's offers of friendship,
ib. ; pecuniary advances, 31 ; estimate of the author by
Mr. Murray, 53, 54; his dedication of a book to Lord
Byron, 54; he explains the enticements to his intercourse
with Lord Byron, 55, 56; sobriquet of Leontius, 63, 64 ;
habits of conversation, 70; birth, 84; he edits The Liberal,
89, 92, 97; voyage to Genoa, 102, 104 ; his verses, 106;
his melancholy at Albaro, 106, 110; his society with By-
ron, and anecdotes, 110, 118, 119, 125, 141 ; answer to
Captain Medwin's Recollections, 167, 168, 170; answer to
the Life and Times, 203, 209; the author's acquaintance
with Mr. P. B. Shelley, 325; arrival at Leghorn, 328;
recollections of the author's life, ii. 55 ; family portraits,
55; his father, 57 et seq. he describes his brothers, 71;
early recollections, 68, 73; visits to Mr. West, 97, 100;
Mr. Thornton's house, 106; his aunt's family, 107; wit-
nesses his brother's marriage, 108; school reminiscences,
109, 113, 115, 116; he describes his maiden aunt, 110,
111; schoolboy's adventure, 116; costume of Christ
Hospital, 116; he gives the secrets of Christ Hospital
School, 129, 152, 154, 162 ; prejudices and partialities re-
specting different authors, 166, 167 ; juvenile verses, 170,
171 ; his favourite English poets, 169, 174, 175; he is
scalded at the school, 177 ; quits Christ Hospital, 180,
181; reputation as a youthful author, 182 ; his answer to
an invitation to Philadelphia, 184 ; his first prose writings,
198; dramatic compositions, 208, 209; he writes for The
News, 216; dramatic criticism, 229; he establishes The Er-
aminer, 231 ; sentence of imprisonment, 234, 235, 240 ; ill
health, 238, 268 ; his habits in prison, and the occurrences
therein, 240—270; arrival and reception, 241, 243, 247,
250 ; apartment in the prison, 251, 253, 255; he is joined
by his family, 253, and visited by friends, 260, 261, 264 ;
his children enumerated, 258 ; birth of a daughter, 259;
he quits the prison, 267, 270; sensations of freedom, 269;
he writes the Indicator, 270, Mr. Hunt's visit to Italy,
272; sea-voyage advised by P. B. Shelley, 272; embarka-
tion, 273, 275; the cabin, 277 ; Deal pilot, 280; Rams-
gate harbour, 281; the author sails from Ramsgate, 284;
the captain, 287 ; the crew, 288–293; old stories, 300,
301 ; Lizard Point, 303; danger, 307; delay at Dart-
mouth, 308—315; description of Plymouth, 315; silver
cup, 318, 320 ; voyage of the author resumed, 321 ; his
description of a voyage from London to Genoa, ii. 322–
364 ; description of a storm in sailing to Leghorn, 367;
his walks in Italy, 374; the alloy of sickness, 385; he
quits Florence, 387; his letter descriptive of a return to
England, 387

Hunt, Mrs., i. 3, 13, 26, 44 ; her retorts upon Byron, 45,
46 ; ï. 346, 366.

Rev. Mr., grandfather of the author, ii. 56.

Rev. Mr., the author's father, ii. 57; adventure, 58,
60; character of, 62 ; his sermons and oratory, 66 ; pe-
cuniary difficulties, ib.; tutorship, and prospects of a
bishoprick, 68; his pension as a loyalist, 69; his anec-
dotes, 76; he takes Mr. Leigh Hunt from school, 181; he
publishes his son's verses, ib.

Mrs., the author's mother, ii. 57, 61, 73; her death,
74; memoir of her family, 77 ; her portrait, 82, 84; her
courage at sea, 85, 86; her last illness, 92.

Mr. John, ii. 71, 216, 231, 234, 259.
Mr. Robert, ii. 71, 92, 101.
Mr. Stephen, ii. 71, 79, 80.

Mr. Henry, of Bristol, ii. 232.
Hunter, Mr., ii. 28.
Hymn to Mercury, i. 368.
Hyperion, i. 227.

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Incledon, Mr., ü. 14, 229.
Indicator, The, by Mr. L. Hunt, ii. 270, 271.
Irving, Rev. Edward, ii. 51.
Italian footman exasperated, i. 16, 18.
Italians indulgent to foreigners not speaking the language

correctly, i. 38, 39, 66.
Italy, definition of, i. 101.
Ives, Mr. gaoler, ii. 241, 244, 245.
Jackson, Mr., i. 1.
James, -, domestic of Benjamin West, painted in his

scriptural works, ii. 101.
Joannina, city of, i. 184, 185.
Job, Book of, i. 369, 370.

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