The Late Lord Byron: Posthumous Dramas

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INDEX
Ada Reis ( Lamb), 46, 230
Adair, Sir Robert, 209
Adam, General Sir Frederick, 79-80, 206
Alexander, Dr James, 198, 200, 486
Ancelot, Jacques, 490
Anniversary, The, 290 n.
Athlone, Countess of (wife of Sir William Hope), 21, 43
Babbage, Charles, 505
Baillie, Dr Matthew, 304, 309
Bankes, William, 208
Barff, Samuel, 11 n., 182, 189
Barrow, John, 21-5, 43
Barry, Charles, 61, 214-16, 219-20, 277, 352, 355 n., 408-10, 417-19, 465, 472, 498, 518
Bartolini bust of Byron, 213 n., 507
Becher, Rev. John, 276
Belloc, Anne Louise (née Swanton), 377; Stendhal's contribution to book of, 377- 379, 381, 387, 389
Benbow (publisher), 113
' Benson, Captain, R.N.', 168 n.
Berkeley, Hon. Grantley, 478
Bessborough, Countess of, 247
Beyle, Marie-Henri, see Stendhal
Blackwood's Magazine, 368, 417
Bland, John Davison, 303, 306-7, 322
Blaquiere, Edward, 102, 202 n.
Blessington, Countess of (née Power), 121n., 142 n., 215-16, 458-62, 465-84, 485-6, 497-8, 518; books of, 215-16, 459-60, 470, 473, 477-82, 485, 498
Blessington, Earl of, 215-16, 439, 462-74, 476-8, 518
Blind, Mathilde, 445n.
Boissy, Marquise de, see Countess Guiccioli
Bolivar, The, 79, 202 n., 214-16, 439, 465, 476, 517
Borsieri, Signor, 386, 394
Bowdler, Mrs Fanny, 320-1
Bowles, Rev. William, 48, 487
Bowring, Dr, afterwards Sir, John, 75 n., 102, 170, 174, 192, 194 n., 202 n., 276, 284-6, 397 n.
Brême, Marchese Gattinara de, 380, 386
Brême, Monsignore Ludovic de, 374, 378, 380, 383-7, 391, 394-5
Brereton, Mrs Trelawny, 200-3, 206
Broglie, Duchesse de, 209
Brougham, Henry Lord, 32, 50-2, 55, 110, 125-7, 162-3, 247 n., 249, 497, 521
Broughton, Lord, see John Cam Hobhouse
Brown, Charles Armitage, 450, 432 n. 457
Browne, John Hamilton, 191, 542, 431, 438, 518-19
Bruce, Michael, 250, 276
Bruno, Dr Francesco, 74, 78 n., 184, 196- 200, 347, 518, 520
Brydges, Sir Egerton, 59-61, 94, 457
Bulwer, Edward Lytton, 459
Burdett, Sir Francis, 13-14, 16, 28, 34, 107, 110, 120, 129, 131, 192, 208-9, 271, 299, 408 Burghersh, Lady (later Countess of Westmorland), 28, 46, 299, 479
Byron, Allegra, 176, 446, 516-17
Byron, Hon. Augusta Ada, see Countess of Lovelace
Byron, George Anson, 7th Lord, 13, 25-7, 57, 83-6, 131-3, 153-7, 255, 257-8, 288-9, 306, 324, 521
Byron, George Gordon, 6th Lord, contemporary renown of, 1-2; assessments of character of, 4, 15, 59-60, 105, 114, 381, 503-4; death of, 10-14, 62-4, 74, 78, 102, 150, 181, 183-6, 196-7, 519- 520; destruction of MSS. of, 14-45, 46- 53, 65, 273, 275 n., 501 (see also under Memoirs); letters between Lady Byron and, 18-20, 47, 128-9, 246, 309-10, 319, 330, 463-5; his relations with Augusta Leigh, 19, 23-4, 81 n., 100, 137, 139, 156-7, 253, 241-3, 251-2, 277, 305, 310, 463, 513-15; 'infamous' works of, 24, 28-9, 42, 83, 112-13, 270, 338, 487; 'love of loves' of, 49-50; separated from Lady Byron, 50-1, 126-7, 133-5, 138-41, 162-6, 231-4, 295, 303- 305, 309, 324, 333, 486, 515; obituaries of, 54; tale of wedding night, 55-6, 298-9; biographers of, 57-91, 94-124, 151-6, 168-74, 183-91, 262-97, 354-70, 377-81, 448, 459, 499-501; monument to, 57, 207-13, 502-3; return of body and funeral of, 61, 73-4, 77-8, 267, 425-6; animals owned by, 61, 80 n., 185, 196, 366-7, 492 n.; ship of, 63, 79, 201, 214-16, 439-40, 509, 517; letters of, 65, 68-72, 83, 85-9, 155, 232-3, 246, 273, 275, 277-8, 289, 300-2, 403, 422, 497; in Greece, 75-6, 171-83, 202, 339, 340, 406, 431-3, 492, 508-11, 518- 520; will of, 83-4, 128-33, 148, 154, 306; sexual deviations of, 90, 239, 243-4,

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