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This beautiful edition, from its size, is admirably suited for a Lady's library, or as a pocket-companion. -Another Edit., large type, 16 vols. 12mo.vellum paper. 70fr. LORD BYRON AND SOME OF HIS CONTEMPORARIES, with Recollections of the Author's Life and Visit to Italy, by Leigh Hunt. 3 vols. 12mo. vellum paper, hotpressed, with five portraits and fac-similes; 20fr. one fourth of the London price.
"Mr. Leigh Hunt's position with regard to Lord Byron, and the long and intimate intercourse they enjoyed, enabled him to contemplate the Noble Poet's character in all its darkness and brightness; and while he can seize all that was really piquant about his Lordship, he is infinitely above retailing the gossip and garbage which some memoir-writers have done.-There is much new and curious matter in these lively volumesthey abound in anecdote, and are full of vivid sketches and traits of numerous eminent and interesting individuals."-(New Monthly Magazine).
HOURS OF IDLENESS: a series of juvenile poems, by Lord Byron. With the Critique of the Edinburgh Review, which elicited the English Bards and Scotch Reviewers," 12mo. 4fr.
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MORGANTE MAGGIORE, from the Italian of Pulci. By Lord Byron. 12mo. 2fr.
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"This work possesses great sources of attraction; it is discursive, full of anecdote and criticism, and teems with all the great names of the age; it is at once interesting and amusing; every body will read it. Mr. Medwin has collected these Conversations with industry, and reported them with fidelity."-(New Monthly Magazine.) GREECE; being a series of letters and other documents on the Greek Revolution; written during a visit to that country, by the Hon. Col. L. Stanhope, and containing some most curious details relative to Lord Byron, 2 vols. 12mo. 12fr.-Illustrated by a fac-simile of Lord Byron's hand writing.
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HISTORY OF PARIS, from the earliest period to the present day; containing a description of its antiquities,