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Skeffington, Sir Lumley, 430.

SKETCH, A,' 469.

SKULL, Lines inscribed upon a cup

formed from a,' 539.

Slaughter, 33.

Slave market at Constantinople, 652,

653.

Slavery of the great, 654, 655.

Sleep, 623. 643. 756. Sir T. Browne's
encomium on, 643.

Smedley, Rev. Mr., his History of
the Two Foscari,' 790.

Smith, Horace, esq., his Horace in
London,'

Smith, Rev. Sidney, the reputed author
of Peter Plimley's Letters,' 428.
His 'twelve-parson power,' 707. Sce
'Peter Pith,' 757.

Smith, Mrs. Spencer, 543. See Flo-
rence.'
Smoking, 168.

So we'll go no more a roving,' 569.
Society, 654. 724, 725. 733. 737. 742.
Socrates, 453. 303. 667. 677. 750.
Soignies, wood of (remnant of the forest
of Ardennes), 31.

Solano, governor of Calais, his trea-
chery, 14.

Solitary confinement, effects of, 288.
Solitude, 19. 38. 45. 60. 298. 599. 657.690.

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Solitudes, social, 643.

Solomon, 677. 729.
Solyman, Sultan, 665.

SONG for the Luddites,' 569.
SONG of Saul before his last battle,'
465.

Songs of the Venetian gondoliers, 42.
769.

'SONS of the Greeks, arise!' 546.
SONNET to Genevra, 557. On Chillon,
138. To Lake Leman, 565. From
Vittorelli, 568. To George the Fourth,
on the repeal of Lord Edward Fitz-
gerald's forfeiture, 572.

Sonnets, the most puling, petrifying,
stupidly platonic compositions,' 557.
Soracte, 50.

Sorrow, 14. 27. 294. 298.

Sotheby, William, esq., 433. 509, 510.799.
Soul, 318. 741.

South, Dr., his sermons, 625.
Southcote, Joanna, 517. 638.
Southey, obert, esq., LL. D., his
person and manners, 424.
His prose
and poetry, 421. His Roderick,' 423.
His Thalaba,' 423. His Old Woman
of Berkley,' 424. His Curse of Ke-
hama,' 449. His Joan of Arc,' 449.
His Inscription for Henry Martin the
regicide,' 514. His Pantisocracy,'
638. DEDICATION of Don Juan to,
588.


Spagnoletti, 732.

Spartan's epitaph, 43.

Spencer, William, esq., 509.

Spenser, his measure, 1. 90.
Spinola, 501.

Tri-

Sporus, Pope's character of, 806.
Staël, Madame de, 78. 636. 802.
bute to her memory, 776. ller Co-
rinne,' quoted, 607.

Stamboul (Constantinople), 25.
STANZAS to a lady on leaving England,'
540. To a lady with the poems of
Camoëns, 382. To Florence, 543.
Composed during a thunder-storm,
543. Written on passing the Ambra-
cian Gulf, 544. To Inez, 13. Tam-
bourgi ! Tambourgi ! thy 'larum
afar,' 24. Away, away, ye notes of
woe,' 550.
One struggle more, and
I am free,' 550. And thou art dead,'
&c., 551. If sometimes in the haunts
of men,' 551. Thou art not false, but
thou art fickle,' 555. On being asked
what was the origin of love, 555.
Remember him,' &c. 555. 'To Au-
gusta, 470. Elegiac, on the death of
Sir Peter Parker,' 566. • When a
man hath no freedom,' 573. To the
Po, 571. Written on the road between
Florence and Pisa, 576. Could love
for ever,' 572. On completing my
thirty-sixth year, 577. To a Hindoo
air, 577.

STAR of the Legion of Honour, On
the,' 562.

Statesmen, 757.

Steam-engines, 704.

Stoddart, Sir John, 579.

Stoics, 654.

Stonehenge, 714.

Stott, (Hafez of the Morning Post,')
423.

⚫ STRAHAN, Tonson, Lintot of the
times,' 570.
Strangford, Lord, his Camoëns,' 382.

125.

Styles, Rev. Dr., his sermon against
Lord Byron, 595.
Styx, 641.
Suetonius, 639.
Suicide, 667. 736.
Suli, 20. 23. 637.
Suliotes, their hospitality, 23.

Sulpicius, Servius, his letter to Cicero
on the death of his daughter, 46.
Sunium, 637.

SUN of the Sleepless,' 466.
Sunday in London, 12.
Sunday School, 611.
Sunrise, 623.

Sunset, 627. 642.
Superstition, 21.
Suspense, 32.
Suspicion, 37.

Suwarrow, Field Marshal, 677, 678, 681,
682, 683. His polar melody' on the
capture of Ismail, 696. His character,
696. Brevity of his style, 702.
Swift, Dr. Jonathan, 445. 599. 677.
Swoon, 621.

Sylla, 51. 150. 461. 690.
Sympathy, 625. 671.

Symplegades, 60. 552. 653.
Syracuse, 44.

T.

Tact, 606.

Tagus, 6.

Tahiri, Dervish, 762.

Talavera, 9.

Talleyrand, Prince de, 533.

⚫ Tambourgi! Tambourgi!' 24.
Tarpeian rock, 54.

Tasso, 45, 46. 477, 478, 479. 501. 769. 774.
805. 'LAMENT of,' 476.

Tassoni, 804.

Tattersall, Rev. John Cecil, 407.
Tavell, Rev. G. F. (Lord Byron's
college tutor), 442.

Tea, prophetic powers of, 645.
TEAR,' The, 399.

Tears, 662. 704.
Tempe, 21.
Teniers, 732.
Tepaleen, 22.

Terni, Falls of, 49.

Terrot, Rev. Mr., his Common Sense'
quoted, 582.
Thames, 12. 713.

THE CASTLED CRAG of Drachenfels,'
34.

THE CHAIN I gave was fair to view,'

552.

'THE HARP the monarch minstrel
swept,' 463.

THE ISLES of Greece, the Isles of
Greece,' 636.

THE WORLD is a bundle of hay,' 573.
THE SPELL is broke, the charm is
flown,' 544.

THE WILD GAZELLE,' 464.
Themistocles, Tomb of, 62. Lines by
Plato upon, 62.

THERE be none of Beauty's daughters,'

561.
THERE was a time, I need not name,'
540.
THERE's not a joy the world can
give,' 560.
Thermopyla, 64. 500. 637.
Theseus, temple of, 453.

THEY say that Hope is happiness,

368.

THIS DAY, of all our days,' 574.
Thomson, his Seasons' would have
been better in rhyme,' 806.
Thornton, Thomas, esq., character of
his State of the Ottoman Empire,'
765.

THOυ art not false, but thou art
fickle,' 555.

THOUGH the day of my destiny's
o'er !' 470.

THOUGHTS suggested by a college ex-
amination,' 397.

Thrasimene, lake of, 50. 303. Battle
of, 50.

THROUGH cloudless skies, in silvery
sheen,' 544.

THROUGH life's dull road, so dim and
dirty,' 574.

THROUGH thy battlements, Newstead,'

378.

Thurlow (Thomas Hovell Thurlow),
second Lord, Lines on his Poems,'
555. Verses to, 556.
Thunder-storm on the Lake of Ge-
neva described, 38.

Thunder-storm near Zitza, STANZAS

composed during, 343.

THY days are done,' 465.

Thyrza, STANZAS to,' 549, 550, 551.
Tiberius, 747.

Tibullus, his Sulpicia ad Cerinthum '
translated, 379.

Tillotson, Archbishop, 625. 677.

Timbuctoo, women of, 725.

Time, 28. 44. 638. 640, 641. 739. LINES

to,' 554.

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380. Of Anacreon's Osλw λsysı AT-
ρείδας, 350. From the Prometheus
Vinctus of Eschylus, 380. From the
Medea of Euripides, 'Eçris vrig, 396.
Of the Greek war song, Δεύτε παῖδες,
546. Of the Romaic song, Ma
μss,' 547. Of a Romaic love song,
554. From the Portuguese, Tu mi
chamas,' 557. Of the Romance muy
doloroso del Sitio y Toma de Alha-
ma,' 566. From Vittorelli, Di due
vaghe donzelle,' 568.
Trebea, 303.

Trecentisti, the, 636.
Tree of knowledge, 602.

Tree of life, 321.

Trenck, Baron, 288.

Trimmer, Mrs., 592.
Tripoli, 631.
Triptolemus, 532.

Troad, the, 648.

Troy, 638. 648. 650.
Truth, stranger than fiction, 743. 750.
Tully's Tripoli,' 634.

Tu mi chamas,' translated, 557.
Turkey, state of manners in, 767.
Turkey, women of, 666. Their life in
the harems, 151.
Turnpike-road, 710.
Turpin, 751.

Tweddell, John, his account of Su-
warrow, 696.

Twilight, 639.

Twiss, Horace, esq., 150.

Tyranny, 481.

Tyre, 43. 690.

Tyrian purple, 752.

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Wordsworth, William, esq., 510. 651.
His Excursion,' 167. 271. 588. 638.
His early poems, 425. His Lyrical
Ballads,' 804. His Yarrow Unvi-
sited,' 588. His Peter Bell,' 441. 608.
639. 884. His Waggoners,' 639. 804
His sneer at Dryden, 639. His Lao-
damia,' 643. His description of car-
nage, 685.

Its
World, the fashionable, 717. 736.
vicissitudes, 645. Relics of a for-
mer, 700. A glorious blunder,' 712.
'The great,' described,' 715. 717. 736.
Wright, Ichabod, esq., his translation of
Dante, 618.

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