The Late Lord Byron: Posthumous Dramas

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ILLUSTRATIONS
Byron in Albanian dress, by Thomas Phillips. Reproduced from the original painted in 1813, now in the British Embassy at Athens, by permission of the Ministry of Works. facing p. 22
John Cam Hobhouse at the age of about 45, engraved from a portrait by A. Wivell. 38
Missolonghi in 1824, from an aquatint by H. Raper. By courtesy of Messrs Maggs Brothers. 70
Edward John Trelawny, in 1836, by Count Alfred D'Orsay. 86
Col. the Hon. Leicester Stanhope, in 1836, by Count Alfred D'Orsay. 86
The Hon. Augusta Leigh, a drawing by Sir George Hayter, now in the British Museum. 150
Lady Byron, engraved from a water colour by W. J. Newton. 150
A Sketch from the Private Life of Lord Iron, one of the numerous caricatures sold in the print shops at the time of the Byron Separation. From the collection of Sir John Murray, K.C.V.O., D.S.O. 166
Bust of Byron at the age of 30, done in Rome from life by Albert Thorwaldsen. From the contemporary copy in the possession of Sir John Murray. 214
Lady Caroline Lamb, from a portrait by Thomas Phillips in the Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth. Reproduced by permission of the Trustees of the Chatsworth Settlement. 230
Thomas Moore, from a contemporary engraving. 278
Catherine Byron, mother of the poet, from a portrait by Thomas Stewardson in the possession of Sir John Murray. 294

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