The Late Lord Byron: Posthumous Dramas

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Periodicals
A list of contributions on Byron in British and foreign journals would extend to scores of pages. It has therefore been deemed sufficient to give the names and dates of newspapers and magazines only when they are explicitly quoted. References will be found in the footnotes.
Books and Pamphlets
This bibliography comprises material, significant or trivial, reliable or controversial, that has formed the background of the present volume. To keep it within manageable compass, all publications prior to Byron's death have been excluded, as well as a great many later writings which, however valuable, have shed no direct light on the topics in these pages.The source references in the footnotes consist of the author's or editor's name with an easily recognizable abridgement of the title of the book quoted. Where an author's name is given without a book title, it is because there is little likelihood of confusion as to which work is alluded to. The editor's name is given instead of the author's in certain cases where more than one edition or selection is in existence.All publications are English except where otherwise stated.The following abbreviations are used for principal published sources:
Moore -- Letters and Journals of Lord Byron, 1830/ 1831.
Correspondence -- The two volumes of Lord Byron's Correspondence edited by John Murray IV, 1922.
L. & J. -- The six volumes of Byron Letters and Journals forming the monumental edition of R. E. Prothero, 1898/ 1900.
Poetry -- The seven volumes of Byron works edited by E. H. Coleridge in the same series.
Lady Noel Byron -- The book printed privately and anonymously by Lord Wentworth, Lady Noel Byron and the Leighs, 1887.
ABERDEIN JENNIE W. John Galt. 1936.
AIRLIE MABEL COUNTESS OF. In Whig Society. 1921.
ARMSTRONG MARGARET A. Trelawny, A Man's life. New York, 1940.
ARNOLD REV. FREDERICK. Robertson of Brighton with some Notices of His Times and Contemporaries. 1886.
AUSTIN ALFRED. A Vindication of Lord Byron. 1869.
BARBER REV. T. G. Byron and Where he is Buried. 1939.
BEATTIE, see Thomas Campbell.
BELLOC MADAME LOUISE Sw-----. Lord Byron, 2 vols. Paris, 1824.
BERKELEY, THE HON. GRANTLEY F. My Life and Recollections, 4 vols. 1865/ 1866.
BESSBOROUGH, EARL OF (with A. ASPINALL). Lady Bessborough and Her Family Circle. 1940.

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