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NOTICE TO THE PEARL EDITION

OF

LORD BYRON'S WORKS.

ALTHOUGH various Editions are circulated purporting to be “Byron's Works,' none are complete except those bearing the imprint of the publisher of this Edition, who retains the copyright of pieces which no one else has the right to reprint. In addition to this, he has taken the pains to collate carefully the text by the original MSS. in Lord Byron's writing, which are in his possession, and has thus been able to discover and expunge numerous errors from which no other Edition is free.

He ventures, therefore, to invite comparison between this and any recent Edition, on the score of accuracy, completeness, and price.

It is necessary to caution the public against imperfect Editions exposed for sale with the titles, “Byron's Poetical Works,” • Byron's Poems," "The Works of Lord Byron,' which not only do not contain the entire works, but often give very imperfect versions of the fragments comprised in them.

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STANZAS WRITTEN ON PASSING THE AMBRA-

CIAN GULF

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THE SPELL IS BROKE, THE CHARM IS FLOWN 47

WRITTEN AFTER SWIMMING FROM Sestos

TO ABYDOS

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LINES IN THE TRAVELLERS' BOOK AT OR-

CHOMENUS

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MAID OF ATHENS, ERE WE PART

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TRANSLATION OF THE NURSE'S DOLE IN THE

MEDEA OF EURIPIDES

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MY EPITAPH

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SUBSTITUTE FOR AN EPITAPI

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LINES WRITTEN BENEATI A PICTURE

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TRANSLATION OF THE FAMOUS GREEK WAR

SONG, “Δεύτε παίδες,” &c.


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TRANSLATION OF THE ROMAIC SONG,"MEVU

μες τσπεριβόλι,” &c.

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ON PARTING

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EPITAPH For Joseph BLACKETT, LATE POET

AND SHOEMAKER

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FAREWELL TO MALTA

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To DIVES. A FRAGMENT

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ON MOORE'S LAST OPERATIC FARCE, on 50

FARCICAL OPERA

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EPISTLE TO A FRIEND, IN ANSWER TO SOME

LINES EXHORTING THE AUTHOR TO BE

CHEERFUL, AND TO“ BANISH CARE'

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To THYRZA. “WITHOUT A STONE," &c. .. 51

AWAY, AWAY, YE NOTES OF Woe

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ONE STRUGGLE MORE, AND I AM FREE

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EUTHANASIA. WHEN TIME," &c.

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AND THOU ART DEAD, AS YOUNG AS FAIR

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IF SOMETIMES IN THE HAUNTS OF MEN

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ON A CORNELIAN HEART WHICH WAS BROKEN 53

LINES FROM THE FRENCH

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LINES TO A LADY WEEPING

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THE CHAIN I GAVE, &c. FROM THE TURK-
ISH

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LINES WRITTEN ON A BLANK LEAF OF

PLEASURES OF MEMORY"

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ADDRESS, SPOKEN AT THE OPENING OF DRURY

LANE THEATRE, OCTOBER 10, 1812

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PARENTHETICAL ADDRESS, BY DR. PLAGIARY 55

VERSES FOUND IN A SUMMER-HOUSE AT

HALES OWEN

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REMEMBER THEE! REMEMBER THEE!

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To TIME

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TRANSLATION OF A ROMAIC LOVE SONG

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THOU ART NOT FALSE, BUT THOU ART FICKLE 56

ON BEING ASKED WHAT WAS THE“ ORIGIN

OF Love"

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REMEMBER HIM WHOM PASSION'S POWER 56

ON LORD THURLOW's POEMS

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To LORD THURLOW

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To THOMAS MOORE. WRITTEN TIJE EVEN-

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