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ported 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. « This is a very interesting work; and the best report on the affairs of Greece which has ever appeared.(Times.)

« This is a publication of sterling value. Its contents are documents and materials towards a very important part of a very important history; and its interest is not of a mere ephemeral description." -- (Monthly Magazine) PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE OF LORD BYRON, including his letters to his mother, written from Portugal, Spain, Greece, and the Mediterranean. Published from the originals, by R. C. Dallas, Esq. 3 vols. 12mo.,

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AT ONE THIRD TO ONE SIXTH OF THE LONDON PRICES. (For this work an injunction was granted by the Lord Chieftain, with some account of his ancestors, written hy Chancellor, and it can never be published in England.) bimself (Thomas Moore), 12mo. 6fr.

“ We are indebted to the French Press for this interest. This is a complete History of Ireland, and ought to ing publication, which our hoasted liberties did not suf be the manual of every one wishing for information on fice to procure us. These letters are graceful, elegant, that country; it is full of instruction and amusementand eminently remarkable for their ease and simplicily. an entertaining and melancholy volume, which EnglishLord Byron's Correspoudence is in reality such as very men ought to be ashamed, and Irishmen afraid, to read." frm persons could produce"-(New Monthly Magazine.) -(London Magazine.) A NARRATIVE OF LORD BYRON'S LAST JOURNEY LOVES OF THE ANGELS, by Th. Moore, 12mo, 4fr.

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This narrative is perhaps the most important of all HOLY ALLIANCE, by Thomas Moore, 12mo.4fr. that Lord Byron's death has brought forward to estu THE IRISH MELODIES, SACRED MELODIES, NAblish his place in the rolls of Fame."- (Blackwood.)

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his Irish melodies. They will go down to posterity with The interest which every circumstance connected with the music,-hoth will last as long as Ireland, or as music the history of Lord Byron naturally excites, has pro and poetry."-(Lord Byron.) duced this

volume. The events which it relates are re LITTLE'S POEMS, AND ODES OF ANACREON, by markable

for the peculiar views taken of the character Thomas Moore, 12mo. 8fr. of Lord Byron and the persons by whom he was sur LALLA ROOKII. by Thomas Moore. 32m. 56r. rounded. Upon the state of the Greeks the book affords some curious information."-(New Monthly Magazine.)


and a man, compared with all the evidences and writings SIX VOLS. 8vo. (heretofore published in 79 vols.) beautiregarding him. By Sir E. Brydges, Bart. 12mo. 3fr.

fully printed, with portrait. 150fr.- The same, vellum The scorching beams of Lord Byron's sun have paper, 210fr. - The same, vellum paper, royal Svo. 300fr. sunk beneath the horizon, but the milder reflexions from Only 50 copies printed.) them still irradiates the sky. I have accompanied his From the legibility and boldness of the type, it is almost progress from its first dawning ray, when scarcely no incredible that so many volumes could have been comticed by others, to his premature exit; and now, with a pressed into so small a compass, rendering it available still growing enthusiasm, I continue to throw fresh to the economist as well as to the traveller. This edition, flowers on his tomb."-Preface.

from its moderate price, beauty, and correctness, leaves NARRATIVE OF LORD BYRON'S VOYAGE TO COR nothing to desire, and for execution challenges a compaSICA AND SARDINIA, from minutes by the passengers,

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