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Ariosto's bust struck by lightning, 172. Portraitures of Beauty blighted in an hour,' 189.
• Beauty's heavenly ray,' 198, 652.
Becher (Rev. J.T.): Answer to a complaint of his, 24,
sublime,' 495. Every poet his own, 195. His ' unities,' Becket's bloody stone,' 579.
Beckford, William, author of Vathek,' Cintra, retreat of,
142. Great merits of his · Vathek, 651. Idea borrow.
Bed of Ware, 543.
Beecher. See Becher.
Beggar's Opera. See Gay.
Behmen, Jacob, and his reveries, 542.
Belisarius, 'hero, conqueror, and cuckold,' 511.
Belshazzar in his llall,' 517.
Bender, Jike Swedish Charles at,' 564.
Benzon, Vittor, and his mother 'the celebrated beauty,'
Bepro, a Venetian Story, 472. Specimen of the model,
Berkeley, Bishop, and his no matter' theory,' 580.
Bernis, Abbé, alleged consequence of a Royal verse upon,
Betty, Master, 'the young Roscius,' 96.
tured remains, 149, 638. Its situation, climate, &c., 641. Bigotry: Who doom to hell, themselves are on the way,
Bile, energetie, 'nought's more sublime than,' 539.
Birds inhabited by the souls of the dead : instances of
such a belief, 653.
Biren and Biron, the graceless name of Biron,' 577.
Fortunes of the race in Russia, 668, 669.
Bismillah!' 190 ; its meaning, 650.
on the impossible, 616. His youthful irregularities, Black Friar, Legend of the, 618.
Blackbourne, Archbishop, an alleged tuecancer, 655.
Blackett, Joseph, the Poetic Cobbier; Epitaph upon him,
Blake, the fashionable tonsor, 10., 633.
Bland, Rev. R., and his 'associate Bard,' 99, 631.
Blank verse allied to Tragedy, 103; preferred by prose
on this topic, 600.
Blessington, To the Countess of, 89.
Bligh, Captain: 'Awake, bold Bligh!' 263. Object of
his expedition, 657.
* Blood serves to wash Ambition's hands,' 571.
Bloomfield, Nathaniel, 98, 631, 634.
Bloomfield, Robert, his patrons, and his fate, 98, 631, 634.
Blue, intensity of, and instrument for measuring same,
Blue devils for his morning mirrors,' 608.
BLUES, THE, a Literary Eclogue, 117.
Boccaccio, the Bard of Prose,' 173. Treatment of his
marriage of literary men, 658.
Bæotia and Baotian Shades, 146, 637.‘Dull Pæotis,
Boileau's 'rash envy,' 172.
Bolero, like a personified,' 603.
Boleyn, Anne, remark of, on the scaffold, 654.
Bolingbroke, Lord, traduces Pope by prosy, 95, 629.
Bolivar, Simon, 133.
Bonaparte. See Napoleon.
Boon, General, 'Back woodsman of Kentucky,'561. Lired
hunting up to ninety,' 561.
Bores and Bored, 'two mighty, tribes, 599.
Born in the garret, in the kitchen bred, il.
Boscan, Almogavà, 487.
Bouts rimés, 619.
Bowles, Rev. W. Lisle, song writtro to 'shock' him,
81. •Why, how now, Billy Bowlcs,' 87. • Maudlin
interpretation of one of his episodes, 94, 95, 62. His
Edition of Pope stigmatised, 93. Byron's confession
begin like Bowles,' 104. • Rev. Rowley Powley.' 584.
Brandy for heroes,' 263. •Heaven's brandy,' 584. See
Brazier's Company, On the intended address of the, 87.
Bread fruit, 261, 657.
pocrenc, 495. Some of his slips of the pen, 667. I! is
'Can Grande,' humorous rendering of the name, 131.
Candour compels me, Becher, to commend, 24.
• Cannes carnage,' 163.
Canning, Rt. Hon. George: His colleagues hate him
for his wit,' 100. Poetic tribute to his genius, 135,
Canova, 173. Lines on his bust of Ilelen, 8
Cant, the crying sin' of the time, 542.
Canterbury Cathedral and its relics, 579.
Capo di Bove, 'stern round tower of other days,' 177,
Carbonaro cooks,' 135.
Carlisle, Frederick Iloward!, fifth Earl of: Dedication of
• Hours of Idleness' to him, 2. ilis'paralytic puling?
97. 'Lord, rhymester, petit-maltre, and pampiricteer,'
98. His champion, Mr. Jerningham, and his threat,
101. His .eigliteen-penny pamphlet,' and its object,
cide and the discreditable circumstances attending it, the Earl, 631.
Carnage is God's daughter,' 558, Origin of the phrase,
Carnival, origin of the, 472.
Caroline, verses to, 6, 7.
Caroline, Queca, On the Braziers' proposed address to,
Carpe diem,' 586.
Carthage, 184, 561.
Casimir, John, 'a learned monarch, faith l' character of,
for the flow of Busby,' 115. Parody on a monologue by Cassandra's fate,' 100.
Castalian tea, 529.
Castelnau's Histoire de la Nouvelle Russie, Byron's ob.
ligations to, 511.
introducing negroes into the, 633.
never named but with curses and jerrs,' 89. The in-
artery-cutting,' 577. Little Castiereagh,' 595. His
Cathay See Ceylon.
• Whom glory still adores,' 519. The Christian Em-
press,' 555. Her 'butiloir at threescore,' 562. Her
occasional liking for juveniles, 570. ller 'touch of
sentiment,' 570, 571. Her bearing and personal as-
pect, 571, 572, 573.
Catiline chased by all the demons, 550.
Cattle breeding, ancient promoter of, 508.
Catullus, trauslations from, 4, 5. Imitation from, 5.
• Whose old laurels yield to new,' 13t. "Scarcely has a
decent poem,' 431. Scholar of love, 511.
Caucasus, Mount, 'Kati clad in rocks,' 100.
• Cavalier servente,' 473, 476. A 'supernumerary slave,
475. . The strange thing some women set a value on,
Cecilia Metella, tomb of, 619.
Ceres, Venus's coadjutor, 509, 622. "She fell with Buona-
Cervantes and his 'too true tale,' 593.
"Ceylon, Ind, or far Cathay.' 587.
Charity a saving virtue, 529.
Hoary Granta,' 99. • Dark asylumn of a Vandul race,' Charles the First, fate of a tragerly named after, 633.
Charleg 'the royal wittol' of Spain, 141.
Charles V. 'the Spaniard,' 60.
Charlotte, Princess of Wales, death of: Lines to her
Chase, the English, 598.
Condorcet, Marquis de, 481.
all that's mean,' 586.
Congreve's scenes,' 92. His fool,' 399.
Congreve rockets, a kind antithesis to,' 490.
Fragment, written shortly after the marriage of,' 9. Conscience, sportive allusions to, 437, 493, 511.
happy,' 43. To a Lady,' 13. On leaving England,' 45. 529.
Conversationist, The, 600.
dlom, 105, 633. His witty query relative to lox-hunt. 391. What she means by eternul attachment, 632,
Corinna. See Stäel.
Corinth. See Siege of Corinth.'
Corinthian brass, 516.
Cornwall. Barry. See Procter.
Cortejo,' 414, 191, 665.
Could I remount the river of my years, 79.
Could Lore for ever, 85.
which lie resembled Caligula, 6.6.
Country and Town, 6-2.
Coxe, Archdeacon, reviver of Marlborough's fame, 520.
Crabbe, Rev. George, nature's sternest painter, yel the
172, 1:8. His habit of punning, 632. Illustrative quota- Crashaw, Richard, the poet. 518.
Cribb, the pugilist, query of, on the Elgin marbles, 112.
Crime not the child of solitude,' 561.
Critics all are ready made,' 92. Side of literature be-
there, 112. The hall where chief's were late con. Cromwell, Oliver: 'The fierce usurper,' 23. *Sagest of
usurpers,' 176. His 'pranks,' 5-0. Polemical ce-P
quence of the tempest which followed his death, 126.
Cruel Cerinthus ! does the fell disease, t.
Cumberland, Richard, dramatist and essayist. 96. His
poetic protégé, 632.
Cupid's cup intoxicates apace,' 572.
Curil, Edmund, 95, 629.
CURSE OF MINERVA, 111.
Curtis, Sir William, in a kilt,' 137. Harsh lines on bim,
of, 392 "So Cuvier says, ' 570. His mouidy man.
Cypress, the : ‘Dark tree, still sad,' 188. "'T is a gloomy
Paine's bones, 86. Derisive epithet bestowed by him
Dauias, Count de, 553,
• Danmue,' the British, 583.
* Dance, On with the,' 159.
stanza dear,' 94, 629.' Lines from his Christalel, 70, Dancing, and its fascinations in Greece, 514. Cood
656. Further satirical allusions to him, 479, 47, 495, 520. dancing, 603.
Daudolo, llenry: blind old Dandolo,' 170.
Danes and their drinking,' 669.
Dante Alighieri, 172, 173. Sheltered at Verona, 134
Dante sleeps afar,' 173. His love for Florence, and
treatment by its citizens, 278, 279. His carly and last.
ting love for Beatrice, 279. Ilis wife, that fatal gte,
Hapless in his puptials,' 513 Where Dante's bons
are laid,' 529. Grim Dante,' 575. The second -
tence against him, 658. Michael Angelo's esteena
Sce' Francesca of Rimini.' Prophecy of Dante."
• Darwin's pompous chime,' 99. Neglect of his poems a
Dates, I like to be particular in, 188.
. The 2016
arch minstrel, 115. llis medicine, 493.
Davies, Scrope Berdniore, Dedication to, 245,
Davy, Sir Tumphry, 121. His safety lamp, 190.
Dubost's pictorial libel on Thoinas Hope, and its de-
Duff, Mary, my sweet Mary,' 35.
Dying Gladiator, The, 1so. The ever-dying gladiator's
air,' 526. Sce Gladiators.
E-, Lines to, 3.
of the heart, 19. 'Stern Death,' 157. The spectre,' Farly rising, stanza in praise of, 507.
him, 21. And thou, nay friend,' 33.
Edinburgh Review, strictures on an article in, relative to
Modern Greece, 643-4. The poet's retort on its detec-
tion of an error by him, 644. See Jetfrey.
Edward the Black Prince. See Black Edward.
Egeria, sweet creation of some heart,' 178 Poetic de-
scription of the fountain and grotto, 178. Her Arician
Egripo (the Negropont), 200. Proverb relative to the
Egypt's Almas,' 116. Their occupation, 635.
its fortress, 646.
Eldon, John Scott, Earl of: 'Impartial as Eldon,' 615.
638. Erostratus and Elgin,' 113.
energetic resentment of an insult, 639. His prophecy Elizabeth, Queen, and ‘her vile ambiguous method of
Ellen, Lines to, 5.
' England, with all thy faults I love thee still,' 475.
ENGLISH BARDS AND SCOTCH REVIEWERS, 91. Preface,
91. Postseript to the second edition, 100, 101.
English look,' an, 530.
English people, consequences of the beef-eating propen-
sities of the, 509.
Enthusiasm 'a moral inebriety,' 595.
Epaminondas saved his Thebes and died,' 568,
Epic, components of an, 495.
*Ou Napoleon's Escape from Elba,' 68.
From the French of Rulhières,' 85.
. On my Wedding-day,' 86, 87.
* This world is a bundle of hay,'87.
On the Braziers' Company's Address, 87.
On my thirty-third birthday,'87.
From Martial, 87.
On Lord Castlereagh, 87.
To Augusta,' 73.
To a Frienci,' 50.
To Mr. Murray,'83,
On Virgil and Tibullus (translated), 4.
On a Newfoundland Dog, 43.
For William Pitt, 86,
On Lord Castlereagh, 187.
Equal to Jore that youth must be, 4.
Eie the daughter of Brunswick is cold in her grire, 99.
Eros and Anteros, story of the raising of, 297, 659.
Erskine, Lord : Strongbow from the Tweed,' 599.
brances of him, 27, 626, 618. His anticipations of By: Etiquette, nothing in the world like,' 537.
Etna, 132. Restless Titan,' 557.
54. Parody on Dr. Busby's monologue on the same Euthanasia, 52.
Eutropius, eunuch and minister of Arcadius, 480. His
poured the tide of song.'92. Origin of his Satires, 103, Eve's fig leaf, 127. ‘Eve's slip and Adam's fall,' 568.
Evil and good, the two principles,' 105.
Experience, the usual price of, 194. •The chief philoso- 'Friendship is Love without his wings,' 32.
• Friuli's Mountains,' 171.
From out the mass of nerer-dying ill, 281.
Proin the last hill that looks on thy once holy dome, 67.
Fry, Mrs., the prison visitor, 579.
Funds, Public." See Five per Cents.
Galiongée, 202, 653.
'Game of Goose,' 590.
Gaming gains á loss,' 587. Its two pleasures,' 602.
Gandia, Duke of, particulars relative to the mysterious
assassination of the, 653.
Garcilasso de la Vega, warrior and poet, 487.
Garrick, David, 54.
Gay, John: Author of the Beggars' Opera.' *Mac-
beath's example formed no thieves,' 105.
Gebir. See Landor.
Gell, Mr., afterwards Sir William, 614. Rapid Gell,' 100.
Genevra, Sonnets to, 58.
George the Third, 'of kings the best,' 115. Burlesque
Apotheosis of-The Vision of Judgment,') 123–131.
115. Between the coffins of Henry vill. and Charles
Fitzgerald's forfeiture, 85. "The despised, '88. Fourth
of the fools and oppressors call'd "George," '88. Sati.
rical allusions to him, 570, 585. A finished gentleman
from top to toe,' 592.
Germany, how much to thee we owe!' 115. Items of the
Ghosts, 615, 670.
Giant's Grave,' The, 530, 666.
Source of the story, 195.
Gibbon, Edward, the lord of irony,' 166.
slumbers Gifford ?' 98. • Arouse thee, Gifford!'.
plets,'92. Derisive epithet bestowed on him by Cob- Giorgione and his portrait of his son and wife and self,"
Gladiator. Sce Dying Gladiator.
.Glory's stainless victories,' 163. Its 'gewgaw' 178.
God save the King !' 123, 475, 518, 560.
Goëthe : Dedication of Sardanapalus' to him, 339. His
Gold, Apostrophe to, 586, 587.
Golden Fleece, the, 516.
Gondoliers, 169. Adria's Gondolier,' 409. See Gondola.
last good night,' 140.
Goose, Royal Game of, 590.
Goza, Calypso's Island, 639.
Gracchus, Tiberins, and the agrarian law, 668.
Graham's parrative of the kidnapped Vocalists, 666.
cal performances, 629.
Granby, Marquis of, 481.
Gray, Thomas, line pilfered from Dante by, €65.
Great Jove, to whose almighty throne,' 5.
Greece, past and present condition of, 145, 150, 155, 156
No lightsome land of social mirth, 107, 111, 133, 137,
Greek sailors and their guitars, 650.
Greek War Song, translation of a, 48. Career of it
Greeks only should free Greece,' 123.
Greeks, the modern, and their literature, 641, 612. See