Byron and Greece

Byron and Greece

Byron and Greece

Byron and Greece

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By the courtesy of Mr. John Murray I have adopted the text of the great classical edition of Byron's works, first published in 1903, under the editorship of Messrs. Ernest Hartley Coleridge and Rowland E. Prothero (Lord Ernle), by John Murray: a splendid edition of Byron's prose and verse in thirteen volumes. I have preserved a few of Mr. Coleridge's notes, and always marked them "C." I have also retained a certain number of Byron's voluminous notes, and marked them "B"; my own notes are, as a rule, unmarked.

I have chosen the letters from those published in the above edition, and added a selection from those published in the two volumes of "Lord Byron's Correspondence," published in 1922, and edited by Mr. John Murray.

Sir John Stavridi, that true friend of both England and Greece, suggested the idea of this book, and has proved throughout its most constant friend and godfather.

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