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Peter the Great, 571.
Pisa, xxviii. 158, 161.

Pompey, his statue, 137, 163. His
Peter the Third, of Russia, 718 n. Pisani, Vettor, 159.

Pillar, 568. *A hero, conqueror,
722.
Pisse-Vache, the, 135 n.

and cuckold,' 635.
Peterborough, Lord, 192 n. 813. Pistoia, 161.

Pope, his •Essay on Man,' 62 R.
Petersburgh, 102, 710, 714. Pistol, 652.

His · Pastorals,' 178. Systema-
Pétion, 592, 593 n.
Pistol-firing, xiv. n. 13 n.

tic depreciation of, 799. Har-
Petrarch, his house at Arqua, 130. Pitt, Right Hon. William, 24, 25. mony of, ib. His versification.

His laureat crown, 133, 159. His additions to our parliamentary 802. His imagination, ib. His
His fountain and tomb, 154. tongue, 172. His grave next *Rape of the Lock,' ib. His
His portrait in the Manfrini pa- that of Fox, 567. "The pilot character of Sporus, ib. List of
lace, 308 n. On the conspiracy that weather'd the storm,' 572. his disciples, 803. Passages of
of Marino Faliero, 392. "The His disinterestedness, 7 12. 'Epi- his earliest poems quoted, 803 r.!
Platonic pimp of all posterity, taph for,' 897.

His “Essay upon Phillips's Pas-
662. Crowned in the Capitol, Pitti Palace, 132 n.

torals' a model of irony, 829.
801. See also, 129, 130, 133, Pizarro, 83, 569, 570.

His · Homer,' ib. His Eloisa,'.
153, 637.

Plagiarism, 237 n. 274 n. 476 1. 837. The principal inventor of
Petticoat, 'garment of a mystical

589 n.

modern gardening, 839. • Letter
sublimity,' 754.
Planter of the Lion, 128.

on Bowles's Strictures on the
Petticoat government, 773. Platea, plain of, 99, 115 n.

Life and Writings of,' 821. Se
Petticoat influence, 754.

Plato, his lines on the tomb of The- cond Letter,'832. See also, xvi.
Petty, Lord Henry (now Marquis mistocles, 196. His character xxxii. 51 n. 179 n. 799—804,

of Lansdowne), 10, 23, 57. of Socrates, 491. His Dialogues, 823, 829, 833—836, 848 n.
Phædra and Hippolitas, 674.

767. His reply to Diogenes, Popular applause, 643.
Phalaris, bull of, 570 n.

772.

Popular discontent, progress of, 702. ,
Pharsalia, 166 n. 491 n.

Platonic love, 601, 604, 605 n. 717. Popularity, 660.
Phidias, 189 n. 339.

Playhouse bill, origin of, 177 n. Poro, 200 n.
Philanthropy, 91.

Propriety of repealing it, 178 n. Porphyry, 82 n.
Philip II. of Spain, 161, 241. Pleasure, 91, 605, 606, 614. "A Porson, Professor, anecdotes of,
Philip of Macedon, 83 n. 571. stern moralist,' 642.

22 n. His Devil's Walk,'867 a.
Phillips, Ambrose, his 'Pastorals,' . Pleasures of Hope,' 62 n. 222 n. Portland (William Henry Care.
829.
* Pleasures of Imagination,' 305 n.

dish), third Duke of, 65.
Phillips, Charles, esq. (the barris-Pleasures of Memory,' 62 n. Portolongo, 159.
ter), 792.

‘Lines written on a blank leaf Portpatrick, 816.
Philopappus, 191 n. 825.

of,' 862.

Portrait painter, agonies of a, 826.
*Philo-progenitiveness,' 737. Pliny, 142, 156 n.

Portsmouth, 581, 710n.
Philosophy, 615, 635, 767. Plutarch's Lives,' 291 n. 589 n. Portugal, xvii. 67, 76 n.
Phoenix, Sheridan's story of the, Mitford's abuse of, 736. Portuguese, the, characterised, 72,
829 n. 863 n.
Plymley, Peter (Rev. Sidney Smith),

72 n. 75 n.
Phrygia, 68.

57 n. His · Letters,' 775 n.

Possession, 649.
Phyle, Fort, 93, 189.

Po, the river, 131. Stanzas to Posterity, 590, 736.
Physicians, 722.

the,' 895.

Potemkin, Prince, 102, 694. His
Piazzetta, at Venice, 150, 307. Poetry, new school, of, xvii. 800, instructions to Suwarrow before i
“Pibroch,' 16, 47.

802. Nothing so difficult as a the siege of Ismail, 694. His cba- |
Pickersgill, Joshua, his "Three Brc- beginning in, 647. 'Is a passion, racter, 694 n.

thers' the foundation of The De- 660. Present state of English, Potiphar's wife, 217 n. 674.

formed Transformed,' 488 . 799. Descriptive, 828. Ethical, Pouqueville, M. de, 89 n. 664 r.
Picton, Sir Thomas, 115 n.

the highest of all, ib.

Character of his writings, 100,
Picture, a, “is the past,' 770. Poets, unfitted for the calm affec- 101.
Pictures, 132 n. 773.

tions and comforts of domestic Poussin, his picture of the 'Deluge,'
Pie' di Lup lake, 135 n.

life, xxi. 877 n. Amatory, 661.

426 n.
Pietro ad Vincula, St., Church of, at Duties of; 706. The greatest Power, Mr., music-seller, 873 n.
Rome, 252 n.

living,' 731. See also, 799— Powell, Mr., 59.
Pigot, Dr., “Reply to some Verses 804, 828.

Prague, 533, 555, 561.
of, on the cruelty of his mistress,' Poggio, his exclamation on looking Pratt, Samuel Jackson, 61 n. 6??.
25.
down on Rome, 131 n.

185 n. His ‘Sympathy,' 54.
Pigot, Miss, 23 n. 26 n. "Lines Poland, 569, 723.

Praxiteles, 189.
to,' 26.

Polenta, Guido da, 158, 659 n. Prayer, 507, 508.
Pillans, James (Professor of huma-

899 n.

‘Prayer of Nature,' 39.
nity at Edinburgh), 57.

Polenta, Francesca da, 899 n. Presle, Mlle., 59.
Pillar of the Place Vendôme, 568. Polidori, Dr., xiv. n. 798. His Pretension, absence of, 761.
Pindar, 80 n. 643.

Vampire,' 798 n. His tragedy, Previsa, 92.
Pindar, Peter, 407 n.

892 n.

*Epistle from Mr. Mur- Priam, King, 65 n. 492.
Pindemonte, Ippolito, 126. Mr. ray to,' 892.

Pride, 507, 508, 648, 744.
Rose's character of, 571 n. Polybius, 162.

Prince Regent, 'a finished gentle
Pindus, Mount, 88, 89.
Polycrates, 344.

man from top to toe,' 742. Lord
Piræus, 131, 268.
Polygamy, 676, 681, 707.

Byron's introduction to, 742 3.
Pirates, described, 224.
Polyzois, 101.

Lines to, on his being seen
Pirates of Barrataria, 240 n. Pompadour, Madame de, 350. standing between the coffins of !

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Henry VIII. and Charles 1.,'869. Ram Alley,' Barrey's comedy of, Rhodes, 369, 626.
Sonnet to, on the repeal of Lord!

193 n.

Rhone, 'the arrowy,' xxiii. 119.
Edward Fitzgerald's forfeiture,' | Ramazan, feast of, 90, 198.

Its colour, 119 n. 759.
896.
• Ranz des Vaches,' 476.

Rhyme, its excellence over blank
Principles, the two, 522, 746. * Rape of the Lock,' 802.

verse, 173 n. 802.
Prior, his ‘Paulo Purgante,' 592 n. Raphael, cause of his death, 311. Rialto, 127, 309.
658, 814.

His • Transfiguration,' 761. Ribas, Russian admiral, 693.
Priscian, 762.
Raphti, Port, 89 n.

Ribaupierre, General, 704.
Prisoner of Chillon, 278.

Rapp, American Harmonist, 763. Rich, Claudius, esq., his 'Memoirs
Prokopius, 104.
Ratcliffe, Mrs., 128.

on the Ruins of Babylon,' 668 n.
Prologue delivered previously to | Ravenna, xxvi. xxviii. 133, 895 n. Richards, Rev. Dr., his .Aboriginal

the performance of the · Wheel Its pine forest, 646. Battle of, Britons,' 65. Account of, 65 n.
of Fortune,' at a private theatre,' 659. Dante's tomb at, ib. Richardson, the rainest and luckiest
24.
Ravenstone, 295 n. 546.

of authors,' 615 n.
Prometheus, 886. See also 870. Rawdon family, xx.

Richelieu, Duke of, his humanity
* Prometheus,' of Æschylus, 605. Ready money is Aladdin's lamp,' at the siege of Ismail, 589, 679 n.
Prophecy of Dante, in four cantos, 735.

693 n. 699, 706 n.
333. Dedication of, to Countess Reason, 141, 522. Ne'er was Richmond Hill, 80, 826.
Guiccioli, ib.

hand in glove with rhyme,' 717. Ridge, Mr., bookseller, xv.
Prophets, 756.
Red Sea, 629.

Ridotto, description of the, 312.
Protesilaus, 656.
Reformadoes, 719.

Rienzi, 140.
Pruth, the river, 571.

* Refreshing,' origin of the phrase, Riga, the Greek patriot, 219 n.
Psalida, 102, 104.

342.

853 n. His Greek War-song,
Psyche, 715.
Reggio, 155.

Azútt raides,' 105, and Trans-
Public schools, 599, 616. Advan- Regnard, his hypochondriacism, lation, 854.
tages of, 599 n. Best adapted 836, 901 n.

‘Rimini, Francesca of,' 899.
to the genius and constitution of Reichenbach, the, 135 n.

Ring, the matrimonial, 717.
the English, ib.

Reichstadt (Napoléon François Ritchie, David, the · Black Dwarf,'
Pulci, his "Morgante Maggiore,' Charles Joseph), Duke of, 574, of Mucklestane Moor, 488 11.
324. Sire of the half serious 774n.

Riva della Paglia, 385.
rhyme,' 324, 648.

Reinagle, R. R., his chained eagle, River that rollest by the ancient
Pultowa, battle of, 317, 324 n.

113 n.

walls,' 895.
Puns, 137.

* Rejected Addresses,' 829, 862. Roberts, Mr. (editor of the British!
Pye, Henry James, esq., 50, 407. “The best of the kind since the Review'), 614 n.782,792—; 94.
Pygmalion, statue of, 684, 715. Rolliad, 49 n. Its happy imi- Robertson, Dr., 500 n., 671 n.
Pyramids of Egypt, 568, 615. tation of Fitzgerald, the small- Robespierre, 593 n.
Pyramus and Thisbe, 668.

beer poet,' ib.

Robins, George, auctioneer, 882 n.
Pyrenees, the, 83.

Religion, Lord Byron's opinions on, Rocca, Giovane, 169.
Pyrrhic dance, 97, 639, 644. xxix. xxxi. 39, 40, 84, 137, Rochdale, xxxi.
Pyrrho, the doubting philosopher, 296 n. 507 n., 604 n., 646. Vari- | Rochefoucault, Sayings of, 125 n.
712.
ableness of, 84, 668, 767.

690.
Pyrrhus, 96, 574.

Religious opinions, folly of prosecu- Rogers, Samuel, esq., his 'Plea-
tions for, 680.

sures of Memory,' 62 n. 222 n.
Q.
Rembrandt, 748.

613. His “Jacqueline,' 62 n.
Remember him, whom passion's 242 n. Dedication of the Giaour
Quadrilles, 732.

power,' 865.

to, 195. His .Columbus,' 195 n.
‘Quaker, Lines to a beautiful,' 23. • Remembrance,' 37.

His ‘Italy' quoted, 304 n. 338 11.
Quakers, tenets of the, 84 n. Remind me not, remind me not,' 467 n. 487 n. His translation of
• Quarrels of Authors,' D'Israeli's, 849.

Zappi's sonuet on the Statue of
794.
Remorse, 201, 526.

Moses, 340n. Sonnet to,' 898.
Quarterly Review,' 409, 614. Crie Renown, 693.

‘Lines to,' 904. His tribute to
tical notes from, passim.
Rents, 573.

the memory of Lord Byron, 905n.
Quatre Bras, 114.
Repletion, 664.

See also xii. n. xxii. 62, 800, 822,
Queens, generally prosperous in Revels, Albanian, 92 n.

862 n. 865 n. 881 n. 904.
reigning, 722.
Revenge, 596.

Roland, 68.
Queensberry, duke of, 194. Reviewers, 779.

Rolandiui, 226 n.
Quirini, Alvise, 386 n.

• Reviews,' by Lord Byron, 805. Romagna, xxvii.
* Quite refreshing,' 342, 706. Revolution, 702. The French, 121, Romaic, or modern Greek lan-
Quito, 83.

137, 233 n. 395 n. 837.

guage, remarkson, with specimens
Reynolds, Frederick, dramatist, ‘his and translations,' 104-111.
R.

dammes!'poohs!' and zounds!' Romaic dance, 97. Authors, list
58.

of, 104. •War-song,' 105, 854.
Racan, 154.

Reynolds, Sir Joshua. His sensa- Song,' 855. 'Love song,' 864.
Racine, 574.

tions on visiting the Vatican, Roman Catholic religion, 43 n. 813.
Rage, woman's, 674, 675.

144n. His character of Michael Roman Daughter, story of the, 143.
Rainbow, 605. Description of a, Angelo, 339 n.

- Romance muy doloroso del Sitio y
625.
Rhatian Hill, 129.

Toma de Alhama,' translated,
Ralph, 55.
Rhine, xxiii. 116, 117, 118, 724. 889.

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"Romance, Lines to,' 27.

St. Peter's, at Rome, 136 n. 143, mion,' 51, 275n. His review of
Romanelli, physician, 97, 854. 144, 339, 826.

•Childe Harold' in the Quar-
Rome, described, 131, 298. “The St. Sophia, at Constantinople, 93, terly,' 67 n. 797. His • Vision

city of the soul,' and Niobe 143. Not to be compared with of Don Roderick,' 76 n. The
of nations,' 136. Sackage of, St. Paul's Cathedral, 662.

Ariosto of the North,' xxi. 131.
337 n. 501 n. See also, xxiv. Sainte Palaye, M. de, 68.

His novels a new literature in
136 n, 499, 826.
Salamanca, 619.

themselves,' 131 n. His Tales
Romilly, Sir Samuel, 595, 733, Salamis, 197, 570, 644.

of my Landlord,'325. His 'Black
797.
Salerno, 151.

Dwarf,' 488. Dedication of
Romulus, temple of, 164, 165. Salisbury, Countess of, 68.

•Cain'to, 504, 506 n. His · De-
Roncesvalles, 327, 726.
Salisbury Plain, 403, 825.

monology,' 746 n. His opinion
Rooms, large ones comfortless, 667. Sallust, 689.

of Don Juan,' 789. His • Bridal
Roque, Monsieur, 99.
Salonica, 99.

of Triermain,' and `Harold the i
Rosa Matilda, 61, 64.
Salvator Rosa, 748.

Dauntless,' 804. His dog Maida,
Rosbach, battle of, 350.
Salviati, Leonard, 155.

848 n. See also, xi. xxxii. 40%.
Roscius, 24, 862.
Samuel, the Prophet, 256.

51 n. 63, 67, 76, 172, 179, 720,
Roscoe's · Leo the Tenth,' 253 n. Sandwich, Lord, 680 n.

731, 736, 742 n. 765, 876 r.
Roscommon, 60.

Sanguinetto, river, 134, 163. Critical notes by, passim.
Rose, William Stewart, esq., his Santa Croce, 133, 156.

Scott, Mr., of Aberdeen, 835.
'Sonnet to Constantinople,' 93 n. Santa Maura, 88 n.

Scriptures, 506, 750.
His “Essay on Whistlecraft,' Sanuto, extract from, 388. Sculpture, 826. The most artificial
His Picture of a de- Sapienza, 355, 358.

of the arts, 132 n. More poetical
cayed Venetian Nobleman,' 393. Sappho, 88, 598, 635.

than nature, 826.
His character of Pindemonte, Saracens, picture of, at Newstead, Scutari, 218 n.
571 n.

Sea-attorney, 637.
Rose-glaciers, 119 n.

Saragoza, Maid of, 78, 570. Sieges Sea-coal fires, 749.
Rose-water,' 837.

of, 78 n. 82.

Sea-sickness, remedies for, 616,617.
Ross, Rev. Mr. (Lord Byron's tutor Sardanapalus ; a Tragedy, 429. Seale, Dr. John, his .Greek Metres,'
at Aberdeen), xii.

Sardinia, xvüi.
Rossini, 773 n.
Sardis, 818.

Sea-walls between the Adriatic and
Rostopchin, General, 192.
Satan, 401.

Venice, inscription on, 774 n.
Rothschild, Baron, 574 n. 735. Satanic school, 395, 396 n. Seasons,' Thomson's, would have
Roumelia, 218.

Saul,- Thou whose spell,' 256. been better in rhyme, 173 n. 802.
Rousseau, Jean Jacques, his .Con- Song of, before his last Battle,' Inferior to his Castle of Indo- !
fessions,' 120 n. His marriage, ib.

lence,' ib.
834. His ‘Héloïse,' 888 n. See Savage, Richard, 831.

Sebastiani, 102.
also, xxiii. 120, 121, 123, 124, Savary, 874 n.

Seduction, 35 n. 87 n.
278 n. 690, 758, 838, 848 n. Savoy, 241, 278.

Ségur, Count, his character of
Rovero, 159.
Saxe, Count, 36 n.

Prince Potemkin, 694 n.
Rovigo, 154.
Scalanovo, Port of, 230.

Seine, the river, 569.
Rowe, the dramatist, 828. Scaligers, tomb of the, 571. Sejanus, 898.
Rubicon, the, 568.
Scamander, 656.

Self-love, 682, 717.
Rufinella, villa of, 169.
Scandal, 600, 611.

Semiramis, 433, 668.
Rumour, 'a live gazette,' 761. Scanderbeg, 96.

Seneca, 336 n.
Rupert, Prince, 3.
Scepticism, 296.

'Sennacherib, Destruction of,' 259.
Rushton, Robert (the little page' Schaffhausen, fall of, 135 n. Senses, duty of not trusting the, 752.

in Childe Harold), 71 n. Schiller, his 'Ghost-seer,' 15 n. Septimius Severus, 164. Arch of,
Russia, 570.

His Wallenstein,' 296 n. 594 n. 165.
Rustica, 169.

Schlegel, Frederick, his writings, Seraglio, interior of, 684, 688.
Rycquius, 164, 165.

999 n.

Seraphin, of Periclea, 104.
Schlick, M., 392 n.

Serassi, his ‘Life of Tasso,' 154.
S.

*School for Scandal,' 351 n. Servetus, 178.
Schroepfer, 778.

Sesostris, 552, 567.
Sabbath in London, 79, 80. Schwartzenburg, Prince, 118 n. Sestos, 215. Lines after swim-
Sabellicus, his description of Venice, Sciarro, Marco di, 304 n.

ming from,' 853.
127 n.

Scimitars, Turkish, characters on, Settle, Elkagah, 799.
Sabine Hills, 146, 169.

217.

Seven before Thebes,' 300 n.
Sade, Abbé de, 152, 153.
Scio, isle of, 101, 215.

Seven Towers, prison of the, 676.
Sadness, 95.
Scipio Africanus, 499.

Seville, 77, 79, 594, 631 ».
Safety lamp, 606.

Scipios, tomb of the, 136, 159. Seward, Anue, 801.
St. Angelo, castle of, 143, 501. Scorching and drenching,' 624 n. Sewell, Sir John, LL.D., 505 .
St. Bartholomew flayed alive, 666. Scorpion, 200, 201.

Sforza, Francesco, 468 n.
St. Francis, his recipe for chastity, Scotland, 189, 720.

Sforza, Ludovico, 279 n.
682.

Scott, Sir Walter, his first acquaint- Sgricci, Signor, 157.
St. Helena, 567, 568, 574.

ance with Lord Byron, xx. His Shadwell, Sir Lancelot, 503 r.
St. James's Palace, 729.

tribute to his memory, xxii. 789. Shadwell, Thomas, 173 n.
St. Mark, at Venice, 128, 149. His · Lay of the Last Minstrel,' Shakspeare, 67 n., 289 n., 645,
St. Paul's, at London, 827.

51, 90, 736, 765 n. This · Mar-

738. His obligations to Werths.

his

prose, and

64 n.

• Plutarch,' 589 n. His infelici Slavery, 662, 663; of the great, Southerne, dramatist, 828.
tous marriage, 637 n. Will have 664.

Southey, Robert, esq., LL.D.,
his decline, 828 n.
Sleep, 628, 630, 656, 686. Sir T.

person, manners,
Sharpe, Richard, esq., 505 n.

Browne's encomium on, 651 n. poetry, 52 n. His Old Woman
Shaving, iniseries of, 754.

Sligo, Marquis of, bis letter on of Berkeley,' 52. His • Dactylics
She-epistle described, 751.

the origin of the ‘Giaour,' 195 n. and Sapphics,' 52 n. His · Ma-
• She walks in Beauty,' 254. Smedley, Rev. Mr., bis ‘Sketches doc,' 52, 184, 800. His Thala-
Shee, Sir Martin (president of the of Venetian History,' 357 n. 463 ba,' 52, 800. His “Joan of Arc,'
Royal Academy), his ‘Rhymes on -463 n.

52, 173 n. 184, 800. His Don
Art,' 63.

Smith, Rev. Sidney, 56. The re- Roderick' and Life of Nelson,'
Sheltield, 55, 60.

puted author of Peter Plymley's 53 n. His 'Curse of Kehama,'183,
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, esq., xvii. Letters,'57 n. 775 n. His 'twelve- 800. His • Wat Tyler,' 395, 397,

xxviij. 396 n. 488 n. 768 n. 798, parson power,' 721 n. * Peter 798. His Inscription for Henry
902 n.
Pith,' 775.

Martin' the Regicide, 397. His
Shelley, Mrs., 488 n. Her 'Fran- Smith, Mrs. Spencer, account of, Letter to Mr. William Smith,'
kenstein,' 818 n.

xviii. 852 n. See Florence.' 410, 798. His “Pilgrimage to
Shenstone, 801.

Smith, William, esq., his attack on Waterloo,' 615. His • Pantiso-
Sheridan, Right Hon. Richard Mr. Southey in the House of cracy,' 645, 798, 799. Dedica-
Brinsley, 58, 880 n. 898. Com- Commons, 397, 409, 798.

tion of Don Juan' to, 589. See
pared with Colman, 58 n. His Smoking, 582.

also, 394-416, 613, 640, 719,
lines on Waltzing, 194 n. His Smollett, xxxii. 658, 678.

722, 731, 732, 795, 798, 800,
eloquence, 733, 881. His 'Cri. Smyrna, 818.

830.
tic,' 792. His phenix story, Sinythe, Professor,

Southwell, xiv., theatricals at, 24 n.
829 n. 863 n. Monody on the So we'll go no more a roving,'892. Church of, 29 n.
Death of,' 880. Defence of, 881. Sobieski, 263.

Spagnoletto, 748.
His speech against Mr. Hastings, Society, 664, 740, 741, 749, 750, Spain, xviii. 67, 82.
881, 882 n. His conversation, 753, 759.

Spartan's epitaph, 128.
881 n. Whatever he did was Socrates, 187, 491, 680, 690, 743, Speeches at Harrow, xiii. 12, 24 n.
the best of its kind,' 882 n. 767.

Speeches in Parliament, Lord By-
Sheridan, Thomas, esq., 58 n. Soignies, wood of (remnant of the ron's, 811, 813, 817.
Sheridan, Mrs. Thomas, her •Car- forest of Ardennes), 114. Spence's Anecdotes (Malone's edi-
well,' 58 n.

Solano, governor of Cadiz, his trea- tion), 678 n.
Ship of war, description of, 85, 86. chery, 82.

Spencer, Dowager Lady, 880 n.
Shipwreck, description of a, 617– Solitary confinement, effects of, Spencer, Earl, 881 n.
621.

281, 475.

Spencer, William, esq., 344 n.
‘Shipwreck,' Falconer's, 824, 827. Solitude, 86, 122, 130, 146, 475, Spenser, Edmund, his measure, 68,
Shooter's Hill, 725, 727.

602, 667, 703.

223.
Shreckhorn, the, 119 n.
Solitudes, social, 650.

Sphinx, the, 825.
Sicily, xviii. 73 n. 150.
Solomon, 690, 745.

Spinola, 338 n.
Siddons, Mrs., 58, 351 n. 862. Solyman, Sultan, 675.

Spinosa, 825.
Sidney, Sir Philip, 101.

*Song-Do you know Doctor Nott,' Spoleto, 134 n. 163.
Siege of Corinth, 260.

903.

Sporus, Pope's character of, 802.
Sienna, 161, 163.

Song for the Luddites,' 891. Spurzheim, Dr., 737 n.
Sierra Morena, 77.

Song of Saul before his last battle,' Staël, Madame de, tribute to her
Sigeum, Cape, 656, 825.

256.

memory, 156.

Her de l'Alic-
Silenus, 491.

Songs of the Venetian gondoliers, mague,' 212 n. Her Corinne
Silesia, 556.

127, 148, 605.

quoted, 611. See also 644, 797,
Simeon, Rev. Charles, 178. Sonnels :—'on Chillon,' 278; 'to 876 n., 888 n.
Simon Magus, 165.

Genevra,' 866; to Lake Le- Stamboul (Constantinople), 93, 99.
Simond, M., 404 n.

man,'888; ‘from Vittorelli,'891; Stanhope, Hon. Col. Leicester,
Simoom, 199, 653.

to George the Fourth, on the xxix. xxxi. 188 n. 905 n.
Simplon, the, 717.

repeal of Lord Edward Fitzge- Slanzas : - to a lady with the
Sinclair, Sir John, 629 n.

rald's forfeiture,' 896; "to Sa- poems of Camoens,' 8; ‘to Inez,
Sinecures, 775.

muel Rogers, esq.,' 898.

81; "Tambourgi! Tambourgi!
Singing, 657. Merit of simplicity in, Sonnets, the most puling, petri- thy larum afar,' 92 ; 'to a lady
772.

fying, stupidly platonic compo- on leaving England,' 850; 'to
Sinking fund, 777.

sitions,' 866 n.

Florence,'852; 'composed during
Sismondi, M., 226 n. 348. Sonnini, 99, 100.

a thunder-storm,'ib.; 'written on
Sistine Chapel, 340 n.

“Sons of the Greeks, arise!' 854. passing the Ambracian Gulf,'853;
Sisyphus, 759.
Sophocles, 801.

*Away, away, ye notes of woe,'
Skellington, Sir Lumley, 58. Soracte, 136.

859; 'One struggle more, and I
*Sketch, a,' 877.
Sorrow, 81, 95, 482, 487.

am free,' ib.; “And thou art
*Skull, Lines inscribed upon a cup Sotheby, William, esq., 62, 237 n. dead,' etc., 860; If sometimes
formed from a,' 847.

313 n. 344, 613, 793, 804. in the haunts of men,' 861;
Skull-cup, xvii. 847 n.
Soul,' 757.

• Thou art not false, but thou art
Slaughter, 117.
Soult, Marshal, xi. n.

fickle,' 864; "on being asked
Slave market at Constantinople, South, Dr., his sermons, 631. what was the origin of love,' 865;
661, 662, 664.

Southcote, Joanna, 401, 645, 734. * Remember him,' etc., ib. ; '1

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speak not, I trace not,' 870, Suspicion, 120.

· The Conquest,' 904.
• There be none of Beauty's Suwarrow, Field Marshal, 691,694. The Destruction of Sennacherib,
daughters,' 872; «Elegiac, on His polar melody' on the cap- 259.
the death of Sir Peter Parker,' ib.; ture of Ismail, 710. His charac- The Devil's Drive,' 867.
* There's not a joy the world can ter, ib. Brevity of his style, 716. The First Kiss of Love,' 8.
give,' 873; 'on the Star of the Swift, Dr. Jonathan, xxxii., 179, The harp the monarch miostrel
Legion of Honour,' 875; 'to 690. His recipe for an epic, swept,' 254.
Augusta, 878, 879; “to her who 612 n. His Stella and Vanessa, The Isles of Greece, the Isles of
can best understand them,' 887; 834.

Greece,' 644.
to the Po,' 895; Could love Swimming, xiv. n. 147, 466, 626, “The spell is broke, the charma is
for ever,' 896; written when
854 n.

flown !' 853.
about to join the Italian Carbo- Swoon, the sensation described,626. The Wild Gazelle,' 255.
vari,' 901 ; written on the road Sydney, Algernon, 349 n.

* The world is a bundle of hay,'897.
between Florence and Pisa,' 902; Sylla, 136, 312 n. 703, 869 n. Theatrical representations, the first,
*on completing my thirty-sixth Sympathy, 631, 755.

177 n.
year,' 904; 'to a Hindoo air,' ib.; Symplegades, 146, 573, 662, 825. Thebes, xviii. 94, 99, 103.
*I heard thy fate without a tear,' Syracuse, 128.

Thelusson, Mr., 393 n.
998.

Switzerland and the Swiss, 119— Themistocles, tomb of, 196. Lines
Statesmen, 775.

122, 287 n.

by Plato upon, 196 n.
Statius, 99.

Theobalds, 829.
! Statues, 627.

T.

Theodore, St., Church of, at Rome,
Staubach, the, 135 n.

164, 177 n.
Steam-engines, 718.
Tacitus, 114 n. 814.

Theodoret, 168.
| Steese, Sir Richard, 603 n. Tact,' 610.

Tbeodosius, 150.
Stella, Swift's, 834.
Tagus, the rive, 72.

• There be none of Beauty's daugh-
Steno, Michel, 349, 389.
Tahiri, Dervish, 97.

ters,' 872.
Sterne, 282 n. His allected sensi- Talavera, 76.

· There was a time, I need not
hility, 877 n.
• Tale of a Tub,' the, xxxii.

name,' 849.
Stevenson, Sir John, 873 n. * Tales of my Landlord,' 325. • There s not a joy the world can
Stillingfieet, 342.

Talleyrand, Charles Maurice, Prince give,' 873.
Stoddart, Sir John, LL.D., 780. de, 574 n.

Thermopylæ, 93, 197, 337, 644.
Stoics, 664.

· Tambourgi, Tambourgi, thy larum Theseus, temple of, 183, 188 r.
Stonehenge, 729, 825.

afar,' 92.

Thetis, 493, 722.
Storm, 122, 620 n. Aspect of one Tamerlane, 579, 870n.

• They say that Hope is happiness.'
in the Archipelago, 825.
Tannen, the, 128.

259.
Stuit (ihe Hafiz of the Morning Tarpeian rock, 139.

Thibault, 588 n.
Post'), 51, 60, 64.
Tarquin, 350, 601.

Thirst, 624.
Strabo, 101, 103.

Tasso, 130, 131, 148, 154, 301 -- This day, of all our days,' 901.
‘Strahan, Tonson, Lintot of the 304, 338, 801. Lament of, 301. Thomson, 224. His Seasons
times,' 893.
Tassoni, 799 n.

would have been better in rhyme,
Strand, the, London, 582.

Tattersall, Rev. John Cecil (Lord 802.
Strangford, Lord, his “Camoens,' Byron's school acquaintance), xiii. Thornton, Thomas, esq., character
8 n. 63.

of his "State of the Olloman
Stratford upon Avon, 154. Tavell, Rev. G. F. (Lord Byron's Empire,' 100, 101.
Styles, Rev. Dr., his sermon against college tutor), 176.

• Thou are not false, but thou art
Lord Byron, 786.
Taration, 637.

fickle,' 864.
Styx, 648.

Tea, prophetic powers of, 653. * Though the day of my destiny's
Suetonius, 647 n.
* Tear, The,' 25.

over!' 879.
Suicide, 288, 680, 752.
Tears, 673, 719,

• Thoughts suggested by a College
Suli, 89 n. 91, 644.
Telemachus, the monk, 168.

Examination,' 22.
Suliotes, their hospitality and braves | Tell, William, 288.

Thrasimene, lake of, 133, 134.
ry, 91, 92.
Tempe, 89.

Battle of, 162.
Sulpicius, Servius, his letter to Ci Temple Bar, 816.

Thrasybulus, 381.
cero on the death of his daughter, Templo, Sir William, 841. Throgmorton, Mrs., 829.
Tenedos, 825.

• Through cloudless skies, in silsery
Sun of the Sleepless, 258. Teniers, 748.

sheen,' 853.
Sunday blood, a, 841.
Tepaleen, 89 n. 90.

* Through life's dull road, so dim
Sunday schools, 616.
Terence, 191.

and dirty,' 901.
Sunium, 645, 766.
Terni, Falls of, 135.

* Through thy battlements, New
Sunrise, 456, 629.
Terracina, Cape of, 169.

stead,' 3.
Sunset, 129, 633, 650.

Terrot, Rev. Mr., his Common Thunder, 698.
Superstition, 88, 768.

Sense' quoted, 783.

Thunder storm on the Lake of Ge
Superstitions :—the second sight, Tertullian, 168 n.

neva described, 122.
182 11.; the evil eye, 202; the Thames, 80, 728.

• Thunder-storm near Zitza, Slan-
vampire, 204; the second hearing, The castled crag of Drachenfels,' zas composed during a,' 852.
207 ; amulets, 216; gbosts, 768 117.

Thorlow (Thomas Hovell Thurlon',
-772, 778; bansbies, 772 n. * The chain I gave was fair to view,' second Lord, Lines
Suspense, 760.

861.

* Poems,' 863, 866.

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