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Greenwood's gay designs, '96, 630.
Hodgson, Rev. Francis, 632. Lines to him, 45. Epistle
to him, 50.
Holland, Henry Richard, Lord, 96. Illustrious Hol.
Tand,' 96. Dedication to him, 197. His translations,
Holland Honse, blest be the banquets spread at,'96.
Home, 'the parted bosom clings to,' 157. 'What the joys
out hearts there is no home,' 516.
Homer's notion of distance, 652. 'Eternal Homer,' 556.
Hook, Theodore: Conceal his heroes in a cask, '96.
Hope, Thomas: Pictorial lampoon on him by low Du-
bost,' 101, 632.
Hoppner, John William Rizzo, On the birth of,' 83.
Horace, 'whom I hated so,' 175. Translation of his
Justum et tenacem,' 5. Scholar of love, 511. His
Nil Admirari' theory, 537, 595. Quotations from,
534, 602, 606.
HOURS OP IDLENR 8, 1. Author's note on Lord Car-
lisle's reception of the work, 2.
12. Occasion of the lines, 12.
Howo pleasant were the songs of Toobonai, 264.
llow sweetly shines through azure skies, 13.
Howard, Major Frederick (killed in battle), tribute to
the memory of, 158, 159. Circumstances attending his
Kowe, Admiral Lord, 481.
Hoyle, Rev. Charles, and his epic blank,'99, 632.
Hoyle, Games of, 99, 520.
Hudibras, matchless, 106.
Humane Society; unsuffocates men gratis,' 490.
Hunting. See Fox-hunting.
Hush'd are the winds and still the evening gloom, 2.
Huzza! Hodgson, we are going, 43.
I had a dream which ras not all a dream, 72.
I now mean to be serious ;- it is time, 593.
I speak not, I lrace nol, 61.
I stood beside the grare of him who blazed, 78.
I stood in Venice on the Bridge of Sighs, 169.
I want a hero : an uncommon want, 481.
I wish to tune my quirering lyre, 5.
I would to hearen that I were so much clay, 479.
lanthe. See Harley, Lady.
is, in the month of dark December, 48.
ron's similar performance, 504. The broad Ilellespont,' If that high world, which lies beyond, 63.
llion and Mion's wall, 527.
James's hells, 582. • Silver' and 'gold'licils, 669. Imagination troops ir pinion,' 521.
hammer, '96. Specimen of his vulgar tongue,' 630. In law an injant, and in years a boy, 12.
In moments to delight devoted, 58.
In one dread night our city sau, and sighed, 54.
In one who fell as once he sell, 40.
In the leginning was the lord nert God, 284.
In the year since Jesus died for men, 235.
In thee i fondly hoped to clasp, 3.
In this belored marble riew, 81.
Inconstancy, 512. Nothing more than admiration,' 512.
Indigestion and its penalties, 568, 580.
Inez, To, 147, 148.
Ink, potency of a drop of, 519.
Innovation's spirit,' 621.
Insolence in public offices, 583.
veterate smoker, 638. His fear of ghosts, 615, 670. Iris: like Hope upon a death-bed, 175, 648. The sun.
bow's rays,' 296. Formation of the phenomenon, 659.
IRISH AVATAR, THE, 88.
Irish, or old Erse,' 559.
Irus, poor as, 107. Who boxed with U1s ases, '623.
Lamberti, the Venetiau poet, 663.
Lambro Cadzani, 201. His efforts for Greek independ.
LAMENT OP Tasso, 275.
Lancilot, one of Arthur's knights, 291.
Landed interest, the, 136.
Character of his Latin poems, 638. • That deep-mouth-
ed Baotian,' 581.
Langeron, Count de, 553.
Lansdowne, Marquess of. See Petty.
Lauskoi. Sce Catherine of Russia
LARA, A Tale, 224.
• Laocoon's torture dignifying pain,' 182. is all eter-
nal throcs,' 526.
Laos, wide and fierce,' 153. Characteristies of the river,
Laugier, Abbé, on the character of the Doge Faliero,
Laura, Petrarcli's, 171, 513.
duel with Moore, 95, 627, 630. • Pertest of the train, Lauwine, the thundering,' 175. A name for avalanche,
* Learned virgins,' 482.
Legal brooms, why so dirty, 374.
Legitimacy, 539. Its crutch, 557.
to * The castled cray of Drachenfels, 162. Stanzas to
Lely, Sir Peter, and his drapery, 598.
L'Enclos. See Ninon.
Leonidas, 556. Whose every battle-field is holy ground,'
lord and desolate consort,' 193.
Lepanto, battle of, 152, 170, 640.
Let Folly sinile, io view the names, 3.
Lethe's spring, 521.
The black-eyed Roman,' 459. Suitor of love, sii, Lewis, Matthew Gregory, 'wonder-working Lewis,' 94.
Lewis' self with all his sprites,' 105, fiis advice to
Wood Demon,' 135. Biographic sketch, 6.9.
reason for a dramatic anachronism, 633.
Liakura mountain and its perpetual snow, 645.
Liars, praised be all,' 582.
Liberty, royal opponent of, 126. 'Brightest in dungeons
Liberty lads o'er the sea,' 81.
Licensing Act, Dramatic, 633.
Lies and lying, 582.
Life in despair, 160.
'Loathing our life, and dreading
still to dic,' 298. Not worth a potato,' 551. "One la
saved a thing to recollect,' 569.
Lightning sauctifes whate'er it strikes, 172.
Ligue, Prince de, and his mennoirs, 553. Wounded, 554.
LINES written in Rousseau's Letters of an Italian Nun,'
• Addressed to a young lady,' 12.
• To Rev. J. T. Becher,' 30.
"On hearing that Lady Byron was ill,' it,
* Inscribed on a cup formed from a skull,' 43.
• To Mr. Hodgson,' 45.
. Written in an album at Malta,' 47.
•In the Travellers' Book at Orchomenu:,' 48.
. Written beneath a picture,' 48.
• From the French,' 53.
• Written on a blank leaf of the “ Pleasures of Me
See Stanzas. Windsor Poetics.
Lisboa - Lisbon-141. Its filthiness, 1.42.
Literary men, Boccaccio's objection to the marriage of
Little! sweet melodious bard,' 38. See Moore, Thomas
Liver, the lazaret of the bile,' 512.
Hlis . Baotian head,' 92, Lloyd, Charles, and his poetic partnership with Charles
Loans, nut merely speculative hits, 587.
Locke's aversion to poetic culture, 107, 633.
poetical indoing,' 634.
smoky cauldron,' 475. • The devil's drawing-room,'
London's noon,' 601. See Westminster.
• Love's recess,' 166. Watching madness,' 115. • Dies
Love of offspring's nature's general law,' 39.
Its extent and magnificence, 637.
• Does tho thing 'gainst which he writes,' 588. llis
Always unjust to woman, 511. Frail, compared with
518. Ofered for sale to Lord Byron, 646.
Tragedy, 303. Character and career of the hero, 303.
Cohen (now Sir F. Palgrave)'s translation of the story,
659. Petrarch on the Doge's conspiracy, 661,
93, 629. His acts of darkness, ' 99.
sion for the name,' 530.
bles to come near' spirit, 621.
leaves,' 95. His literary productions, (29.
Memory flashes on my brain,' 119,
Jerusalem' by, 307.
boravest friend,' 519.
480. Hapless in his nuptials,' 513. “A bursit site,
the miser miserable?' 580, 387. He is your only post,
Greek the lie,' 588. Nerits and defects of his history,
pleasure which requites, 600. See Cash.
OF THE Rr. Ion, R. B.
Algus, 55. His Wanderer of Switzerland. 629.
egotism the tuism,' 616.
with Jeffrey, 37, 630. On his last operatic farce,' 50.
Il ::ratho1], tin 11111 , i65.
More, Sir Thomas, on the scaffold, 651.
Night ranes--the vapeurs round the mountains coll
Nightingale, the, or Bulbul,' and its Sultana,'185,144
Its attachment to the rose, 199, 650. Unseen asking
the,' 523. Nature of its notes, 652.
"Nile's famous flood,' 132.
Nile or Niger, 'those shuffling negroes, ' 591.
“Nimrod's hunting box,' 534.
Ninon de l'Enclos, 53i.
volcanoes,' 132. Sympathy of the lamplighters and tal- No breath of air to break the rare, 185.
North, the moral, 485.
North-west passage, 595.
Nol in those climes there I have late been sitaying, 132
Nothing so dificult as a beginning, 521.
Novelties please less than they impress, ' 59).
Numa Pompilius, 483.
O love ! O glory! that are ye who ly, 551.
Oak at Newstead,' To an, 40.
Ocean, apostrophe to the, 184.
Ocean stream, the, 530.
ODE TO NAPOLEON, 59.
Odessa, founder and benefactor of, 541.
O'er the glad waters of the dark blue sea, 208.
Offspring, love of, 539.
of all the barbarous middle ages, thal, 586.
of two fair rirgins, modest, though adinired, S.
Oh! Anne, your offences lo me hare been yrietous,
"Oh, banish care' - such erer be, 50.
Oh, blood and thunder! and oh, bloot and sounds ! 55..
Oh, Castlereagh I thou art a patriol now, 87.
Oh, could Le Sage's demon's gill, 9.
Oh, did those eyes, instead of fire, 10.
Oh, factious riper whose envenom'd tooth, 22
Oh, friend for ever loved, 3.
Oh, had my fate been join'd with thine, 34.
Oh, how I wish that an embargo, 48.
reflections on, 160. Ode to him, 59. • The new Sesos. Oh, Mariamne I now for thee, 66.
Oh ye ! who teach the ingenuous youth of nations, 497.
Oh, yes, I will own we were dear to each other, 36.
Oh you, who in all names can tickle the toun, 57.
Old age, creeping on apace,' 516.
161. Sacred nature,' 181. Teaches more than power On Jordan's banks the Arab's camels stray, 64.
Once more in man's frail world! arhich I had lo, 27
One struggle more, and I am free, 51.
Orcbomenus, Lines written in the Travellers' Book at, 8
Origin of Lore,' On the, 56.
Orla See Calmar and Orla.
Orphans, loneliness of, 611.
Orthodoxy. See Heterodoxy.
OSCAR OF ALVA, A Tale, 13.
Otho, Rome's sixth emperor,' 301.
Our life is turofold: Sleep hath its own world, it
Our nation's joes lament on For's death, 22.
Ovid's a rake,' 484. Love's tutor, 511.
Owenson, Miss (Lady Morgan), and her Ida of Athens."
Oxenstiern, wise, 605. His remark on world government,
Pagets for your wife,' 97.
* Pain,' 75.
Palafox's heroic answer, W'ar to the knife,' 148, 63%
Palatine, Mount, the imperial mount,'178.
Palgrave, Sir Francis (Mr. F. Cohen), translation of the Poland, still a waste,' 132.
Polidori, Dr., epistle from Mr. Murray to, 82.
Polygamy.spawns warriors by the score,' 564.
Pompey's "dread statue,' 176. * Hero, conqueror, and
strain,'92. His youthful eclogues, 106. Would stop
to polish by the way,' 106.
Popular applause, the 'glorious meed' of, 518.
Porson, Professor, 626.
Portland, William Henry Cavendish, third Duke of;
Portugal, Lusitania,' 143. Character of its people, 637.
Potemkin, Prince, 553. His pithy order to Suwarrow to
Potiphar, the spouse of, 539.
Pouqueville, M. de, 640.
Powell's pistol ready for your life,' 97. Antagonist
killed by him, 631.
Pratt, Samuel Jas. : 'Hail, Sympathy,' 94.
passion holds his breath,' 164. Most dissembles,' 480. Prayer, the hour of, 520.
• Pride's op-
Prince Regent. See George the Fourth.
PAISONER OF CHILLON, The, 259.
Proctor, Bryan Waller, Barry Cornwall' (gentle Eu-
Prologue for a private theatrical performance, 21.
PROMETHEL'S, 78. His unforgiven 'tilching, 120.
PROPHECY OF DANTE, Tbe, 277. Occasion of the poem,
277, 278. See Dante.
Pulci, sire of the half-serious rhyme,' 522. See Mor-
Pye, Henry James, poet laureate, 92. What, Pye, come
Pylades and Orestes, 626.
Pyramus and Thisbe, 534.
of all posterity,' 530. His remarks on the conspiracy of "Pyrrho, on a sea of speculation,' 568.
Queens, generally prosperous in reigning,' 577.
Querini Alvise, honourable career of, 663.
Quict to quick bosoms is a hell,' 161.
Quite refreshing'-affected phrase,' 563.
Rage in woman, 539.
Rainbow, description of a, 503. Sce Iris.
Ramazani's Fast,' 153.
Ram Alley,' extract from Barrey's comedy of, 636.
can transfigure brighter than,' 609.
Rapp the harmonist embargo'd marriage,' 61). Re.
verse of zealous matrons,' 611. State of the colonies
founded by him, 670.
Ravenna, 'fortress of falling empire,' 174. Reverence of
86. Opinion entertained of him by his very rival, Its carnage,' 529.
in glove with rhyme,' 572.
soled by his own repartee,' 619. Book found under his Reformadoes,' the, 574.
pillow at his death, 633. His retort on Diogenes, 670. Refreshing.' See Quite refreshing.
Reichstadt, Napoleon Francois Charles Joseph, Duke of
(son of Napoleon I.), the young Astyanax of modern
Troy,' 137. Hopes defeated by his death, 670.
sin,' 490. Its shrine, 496. No sterner moralist than,' Rembrandt's darkness, 598.
Remember him, whom passion's power, 56.
• Remembrance,' 30.
Remorse: the mind that broods o'er guilty woes,' 189.
• Renown 's all hit or miss,' 553.
Poets the foster-babes of Fame,' 528. Repletion, 532.
Reynolds, Frederick, dramatist, and his favourite exple-
tives, 96, 630.