The complete poetical works of Lord Byron. (Book, 1905) []
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The complete poetical works of Lord Byron.

The complete poetical works of Lord Byron.

Author: George Gordon Byron Byron, Baron; Paul Elmer More
Publisher: Boston : Houghton Mifflin, [1905]
Series: Cambridge edition of the poets.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Poetry : English : Cambridge edView all editions and formats

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Genre/Form: English poetry
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Byron, George Gordon Byron, Baron, 1788-1824.
Complete poetical works of Lord Byron.
Boston, Houghton Mifflin [1905]
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: George Gordon Byron Byron, Baron; Paul Elmer More
OCLC Number: 1011019
Notes: Half-title: Byron, edited by Paul Elmer More.
Engraved t.p.
Description: xxi, 1055 pages : portrait ; 22 cm
Contents: Death of a young Lady --
To E --
To D --
Epitaph on a Friend --
A Fragment. "When to their airy Hall, My fathers' Voice --
On Leaving Newstead Abbey --
Lines Written In "Letters to an Italian Nun and an Engish Gentleman: By J.J Rousseau:Founded on Facts' --
Adrian's Address to His Soul When Dying --
Translation From Catullus. AD Lesblam --
Translation of the Epitaph on Virgil and Tibullus --
Imitation of Tibullus --
Translation from Catullus --
Translation from Horace --
From Anacreon --
The Anacreon --
From The Prometheus Vinctus of AEschycus --
To Emma --
To M.S.G. --
To Caroline --
To Caroline --
To Caroline --
To Caroline --
To Caroline --
Stanzas to Lady, With The Poems of Camoens --
The First Kiss of Love --
On a change of Masters at a Great Public School --
To The Duke of Dorset --
Fragment Written Shortly After the Marriage of Miss Chaworth --
Granta -A Medley --
On A Distantt View of the Village and school of Harrow on The Hill --
To M --
To Woman --
To M.S.G. --
To Mary, On Receiving her Picture --
To Lesbia --
Lines Addressed to a Young Lady --
Love's Last Adieu --
Damaetas --
To Marion --
To A Lady --
Oscar of Alva --
The Episode of Nisus and Euryalus --
Translation from the Medea of Euripides --
Thoughts suggested by a College Examination --
To A Beautiful Quaker --
The Cornellian --
An Occasional Prologue --
On The death of Mr. Fox --
The Tear --
Reply to Verse of J.M.B. Pigot Esq., On The Cruely of His Mistress --
To The Sighing Strephon --
To Eliza --
Lachin Y Gair --
To Romance --
Answer to Some Elegant Verses --
Elegy on Newstead Abbey --
Childish Recollections --
Answer To Beautiful Poems, Entitled 'The Common lot' --
Remembrance --
To A Lady Who Presented The Author with the Velvet Band which Bound her Tresses --
Lines Addressed to the Rev. J.T. Becher --
The Death of Calmar and Orla --
L'Amitie Est L'Amour Sans Ailes --
The Prayer of Nature --
To Edward Noel Long, Esq. --
To a Lady --
'I would I were a Careless Child' --
'Wh- I Roved A Young Highlander' --
To George Earl Delaware --
To The Earl of Claire --
Lines Written Beneath An Elm in the Churchyard of Harrow --
Translation from Anacreon --
Osian's Adress to the sun in 'Carthon' --
A Version of Ossian's Address to the Sun --
Pignus Amoris --
To a Knot of Ungenerous Critics --
Soliloquy of a bard in the Country --
To__ --
On the Eyes of Miss A__ H__ --
Stanzas to Jessy --
Egotism. A Letter to J.T. Becher --
Queries to Casuists --
The Adieu --
To A Vain Lady --
To Anne --
To The Same --
To The Author of a Sonnet Beginning, '"Sad is My Verse, "You say, "and yet no tear"' --
On Finding a Fan --
Farewell to the Muse --
To An Oak At Newstead --
On Revisiting Harrow --
To My Son --
Song. 'Breeze of the Night, ' Etc. --
To Harriet --
'Farewell! if Ever Fondest Prayer' --
" Bright be the place of thy soul' --
'When we two Parted' --
"There was a time, I need not Name' --
'And Wilt thou weep When I am Low?' --
'Remind me not, Remind me not' --
To A Youthful Friend --
Lines Inscribed upon a Cup Formed from a Skull --
Inscription on The Monument of a Newfoundland Dog --
'Well! Thou Art Happy' --
To A Lady on Being asked my Reason for Quitting England in the Spring --
'Fill the Goblet' --
Stanzas to a Lady on Leaving England --
Lines to Mr. IIodgson --
Lines Written in an Album at Malta --
To Florence --
Stanzas Composed During a Thunder-Storm --
Stanzas Written in a Passing the Ambracian Gulf --
'The Spell is broke the Charm is Flown' --
The Girl of Cadiz --
Written After Swimming from Sestos To Abydos --
' Maid of Athens, ERF we part' --
Fragment from the 'Monk of Athos' --
Lines written beneath a picture --
Substitute for an Epitaph --
Translation of a famous Greek War Song --
Translation of the Romaic Song --
Lines written in the Travellers' Book at Orchomenus --
On Parting --
Epitaph For Joseph Blacket --
Farwell to Malta --
Newstead Abbey --
Epistle to a Friend --
To Thyrza --
'Away away ye Notes of Woe!' --
'One struggle more and I am Free' --
Euthanasia --
'And Thou art Dead, As Young and Fair' --
Lines to lady Weeping --
' If Sometimes in the Haunts of Men' --
On A Cornellian Heart Which was Broken --
'The Chain I gave' --
Lines written on a Blank leaf of the 'Pleasures of Memory --
Address Spoken at the Opening of Drury-Lane Theatre --
Parenthetical Address --
Verses Found in a Summer-House at Hales-Owen --
'Remember Thee! Remember!' --
To Time --
Translation of a Romaic Love Song --
'Thou art not False, But Thou Art Fickle' --
On Being asked What was the 'Origin of Love' --
On the Quotation, 'And my true Faith can alter never' Etc. --
To the Hon. Mrs. George Lamb --
[La Revanche] --
Remember Him Whom Passion's Power --
Impromptu, in Reply to a Friend --
Sonnet, To Genevra --
Sonnet, To the Same --
From the Portuguese 'Tu Mi Chamas' --
The Devil's Drive --
[Love and Gold] --
Ode To Napoleon Buonaparte --
Stanzas For Music. 'I Speak not, ' Etc. --
Address Intended to be Recited at the Caledonian Meeting --
Condolatory Address to Sarah Countess of Jersey --
Elegiac Stanzas on The Death of Sir Peter Parker Bart --
Julian [A Fragment] --
To Belshazzar. Stanzas For Music. 'There's Not A Joy, ' ETC --
Stanzas. 'I heard thy fate without a tear, --
Napoleon's Farewell --
From The French --
Ode from the French --
Stanzas for Music. 'There be none of Beauty's Daughters' --
On the Star of 'The Legion of Honour' --
Darkness --
Churchill's Grave --
Prometheus --
A Fragment. 'Could I remount, ' Etc. --
Sonnet to Lake Leman --
Monody on the Death of the Right Hon, R.B. Sheridan --
A Very Mournful Ballad on the Siege and Conguest of Alhama --
Translation from Vittorelli --
Venice --
On Sam Rogers --
The Duel --
Stanzas to the Po --
Sonnet on the Nuptials of the Marquis Antonio Cavalli with the Countess Clellia Rasponi of Ravenna --
Sonnet to the prince Regent on the Repeal of Lord Edward Fitzgerald's Forfeiture --
Stanzas, 'Could Love for Ever' --
Ode to Lady Whose Lover was Killed by a Ball, Which at the same time Shivered a Portrait next to his Heart --
The Irish Avatar --
Stanzas Written on the Road Between Florence and Pisa --
Stanzas to a Hindoo Air --
To__ --
To The Countess of Blessington --
Aristomenes --
[Love and Death] --
Last Words on Greece --
On This Day I Complete my Thirty- sixth Year --
Fare Thee Well --
A Sketch --
Stanzas to Augusta --
Stanzas to Augusta --
Epistle to Augusta --
Lines on Hearing that Lady By-Ron was Ill --
The Dream --
'She walks in Beauty' --
" The harp the Monarch Minstrel Swept' --
' If That High Word' --
' The Wild Gazelle' --
'Oh! Weep for Those' __ 'On Jordan's Banks' --
Jephtha's Daughter --
'Oh! Snatch'd Away in Beauty's Bloom' --
'My Soul is Dark' --
'I Saw thee Weep' --
" Thy Days are Done' --
Song of Saul Before his Last Battle --
Saul --
'All is vanity Saith the Preacher' --
'When coldness wraps this Suffering Clay' --
Vision of Belshazzar --
'Sun of the Sleepless' --
'Were my Bosom as False as thou Deem'st it to Be' --
Herod's Lament for Mariamne --
On the Day of the Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus --
By the Rivers of Babylon we sat Down and Wept --
The Destruction of Sennscherib --
'A Spirit Pass'd Before Me.' From Job --
'In the Valley of Waiter' --
Stanzas for Music." They say that Hope is Happiness' --
Epigram on Old Lady who had Some Curious Notions Respecting the Soul --
[To Dives (William Beckford). Fragment] --
Epitaph On John Adams, of Southwell --
Farewell Petition to J.C.H., Esq. --
'Oh How I Wish That an Embargo' --
' Youth, Nature, and Relenting Jove' --
'Good Plays are Scarce' --
'What news, What News/ Queen Orraca' --
An Ode to the Framers of the Frame Bill --
[R.C. Dallas} --
Oh You, Who in all names can Tickle The Town' --
'When Thurlow this Damn'd Nonsense Sent' --
To Lord Thurlow --
Answer to __ 's Professioms of Affection --
Fragment of an Epistle Thomas Moore --
Winsdor Poetic --
On a royal Visit to the Vaults --
Ich Dien --
'Here's to her who Long' --
' Once Fairly set out on His Party of Pleasure' --
'In This Beloved Marble View' --
'And Dost Thou ask the Reason of my Sadness?' --
'As The Liberty Lads o'er the Sea' --
'So We'll go no More a Rovimg' --
'I read the "Christabel"' --
'To Hook The Reader, You John Murray' --
'God Maddens him whom't Is his will to lose' --
"My Boat is on the Shore' --
'No Infant Sotheby, Whose Dautless Head' --
'Dear Doctor, I Have Read your Play' --
'My Dear Mr. Murray' --
{E Nihilo Nihill; or an Epigram Bewitched} --
On The Birth of John William Rizzo Hoppner --
Ballad to the Tune of 'Sally in our Alley' --
Another Simple Ballat --
' Strahan, Tonson, Lintot of the Times' --
' If For Silver or for Gold' --
Epilogue --
'Here's a Happy New Year! But with reason' --
New Song to the Tune of 'Whare Hae Ye Been A 'Day'Etc. --
'Would you go to the House by the true gate' --
'You ask for a "Volume of Nonsense"' --
'When a man Hath no Freedom to Fight for at home' --
Endorsement to the deed of separation, in the April of 1816 --
To Penelope, January 2,1821 --
'Though life's dull road, so dim and dirty --
'The Braziers, it seems are preparing to pass' --
Thoughts for a speech of Lucifer, in the tragedy of 'Cain' --
Bowles and Campbell --
Elegy --
'The World is a Bundle of hay' --
'Brave Champions! Go on with the Farce' --
'Who kill'd John Keats?' --
From the French --
'For Orford and for Waldegrave' --
'What matter the pangs of a husband and father' --
[Napoleon's Snuff-Box] --
Epigrams --
The New Vicar of Bray --
Luccietta. A Fragment --
Martial. Lib. I. Epig. I --
The Conquest --
Impromptu --
Journal in chephalonia --
Song to the Suliotes --
English Bards and Scotch reviewers --
Hints From Horace --
The Curse of Minerva --
The waltz --
The blues --
The Vision of Judgment --
The age of Bronze; or, Carmen Seculare Et Annus Haud Mirabilis --
The Giaour --
The Bride of Abydos --
The Corsair --
Lara --
The Siege of Corinth --
Parisina --
The prisoner of Chillon --
Mazeppa --
The Island; or, Christian and his Comrades --
The lament of tasso --
Beppo --
Ode on Venice --
Series Title: Cambridge edition of the poets.


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