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LIFE, LETTERS, AND JOURNALS OF LORD BYRON. BY TH O M A S M OO RE, E S Q.
With six different Portraits of the Author, and a View of Newstead Abbey,
SPECIMIENS OF THE BRITISH POETS,
BY THOMAS CAMPBELL, ESQ.
A New Edition, corrected and revised by Prren CUNNINGHAM, Esq., with Portrait and Wignette.
THE GLAOUR ; A FRAGMENT of A Tunkish
TALE - - - -
LARA; A. TALE - - -
MAZEPPA - - -
THE DEFORMED TRANSFORMED ; A
DRAMA - - - - -
Adventise MENT - - -
“Moaw's márra viaan, K. r. A." - - ib.
On a Change of Masters at a great Public
To a Lady who presented to the Author a
An Occasional Prologue to “The Wheel of
I would I were a careless Child - - ib.
HINTS FROM HORACE; BriNG AN Allu-
“AD Pison Es, DE ARTE PoeticA" -
THE WALTZ; AN ArosTRophic HYMN -
Lines on hearing that Lady Byron was ill
On a distant View of the Willage and School Lines written beneath an Elm in the Church-
To M. - - - - ib. Article on the “Hours of Idleness,” from
To M. S. G. .. - - - i. ENGLISH BArdS AND SCOTCH REVIEW-