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CHAPTER LIII.

Chiefs. — Tumults. — Consequences of the

1829-1824.

Non-arrival of the Loan from England.

Page 624

Cephalonia. — Letters to Bowring and Moore.

- Characteristic Anecdotes. - Acts of Gene-

CHAPTER LVI.

rosity and Humanity. — Embarkation for

Greece. — The Voyage. — Zante. — Separa- Last Illness and Death

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tion of the Squadron. – One of the Frigates

captured by the Turks, and taken into Patras.

CHAPTER LVII.

- Arrival of Lord Byron at the Rocks of the

Conclusion

642

Scrofes. – Reaches Dragomestri. — Letters

to Stanhope and Muir. — Arrival at Misso-

longhi. - Enthusiastic Reception. State of

APPENDIX.

Affairs. — Letters to Hancock. Page 605

No. I. — Two Epistles from the Armenian Ver-

sion

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CHAPTER LIV.

No. II.- Remarks on Mr. Moore's Life of Lord

1824.

Byron, by Lady Byron

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Missolonghi. — Lord Byron's Last Birth-day. No. III. — Letter of Mr. Turner

- Stanzas on completing his Thirty-sixth No. IV.- Mr. Millingen's Account of the Con-

Year. - Letters to Hancock, Yussuf Pacha, sultation, &c.

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Barff, Mayer, and Douglas Kinnaird. – No. V. - The Will of Lord Byron

Arrival of Parry. Lord Byron takes Five

Hundred Suliotes into his Pay, and acts as

MISCELLANEOUS PIECES IN PROSE.

their Commander. — His Humane Policy.-

Projected Attack on Lepanto. — Appointed Review of Wordsworth's Poems, 2 Vols. 1807.

Commander of the Expedition. – Difficulties

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and Embarrassments. - Letter to Londo.

Review of Gell's Geography of Ithaca, and

Colonel Stanhope. - Free Press. Rupture

Itinerary of Greece

670

with the Suliotes. Lord Byron's First 111- Parliamentary Speeches :

Recovery. — Secures the Release of

Debate on the Frame-work Bill, in the

Twenty-four Turkish Women and Children,

House of Lords, February 27. 1812.

and sends them at his own Expense to

Prevesa

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Debate on the Earl of Donoughmore's

Motion for a Committee on the Roman

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CHAPTER LV.

Catholic Claims, April 21. 1812

Debate on Major Cartwright's Petition,

1824.

June 1. 1813

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Missolonghi. Lord Byron's last Letter to A Fragment

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Mr. Murray.—Reported Satire on Gifford.— Letter to John Murray, Esq. on the Rev. W.

Lawlessness of the Suliotes. — Letters to L. Bowles's Strictures on the Life and Writ-

Moore, Kennedy, Parruca, Barff, and Han- ings of Pope

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cock. Measures of Defence. Colonel Observations upon

Observations: a Second

Stanhope and the Greek Chronicle. – Dr. Letter to John Murray, Esq. on the Rev.

Mayer. - Increasing Difficulties. - Dissen- W. L. Bowles's Strictures on the Life and

sions between Mavrocordato and the Eastern Writings of Pope

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LETTERS AND JOURNALS

OF

LORD BYRON:

WITH NOTICES OF HIS LIFE,

BY

THOMAS MOORE.

TO

SIR WALTER SCOTT, BARONET,

THIS VOLUME

IS INSCRIBED

BY HIS AFFECTIONATE FRIEND,

THOMAS MOORE,

December, 1829.

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