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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
True story of Lord & Lady Byron as told by Lord Macaulay, Thomas Moore, Leigh Hunt, Thomas Campbell, the Countess of Blessington, Lord Lindsay, the Countess Guiccioli.
London, J.C. Hotten 
|Named Person:||George Gordon Byron Byron, Baron; Anne Isabella Milbanke Byron Byron, Baroness; Harriet Beecher Stowe|
|Notes:||Introduction signed: J.M.|
|Description:||189 p. front. (port.) 2 facsim. 16 cm.|
|Contents:||Mrs. Stowe's charge against Lord Byron.--Separation of Lord and Lady Byron [a contemporary account, 1816]--Lord Byron's own account of his marriage and separation--Remarks occasioned by Mr. Moore's notices of Lord Byron's life, by Lady Byron.--Lord Byron's last letter to his sister.--Lord Byron's marriage ... by the Countess Guiccioli <including the narrative of Moore>--The Countess of Blessington's testimony.--Leigh Hunt's testimony.--Lady Byron and Thomas Moore, by Thomas Campbell.--Lord Macaulay on the separation of Lord and Lady Byron.--Lord Lindsay to the editor of the Times.--Recollections of Lady Byron, by William Howitt.--Life and character of Lady Byron, attributed to Miss Martineau.--"The true story of Lady Byron", said to be by Hon. Mrs. Norton.|
|Responsibility:||Lady Byron, and by the poet himself, in answer to Mrs. Beecher Stowe.|