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CONTENTS OF VOL. IV.

Marino Faliero, Doge of Venice: An Historical Tragedy.
Introduction to Marino Faliero
325
Preface
331
Marino Faliero
345
Appendix
462

The Vision of Judgment.
Introduction to The Vision of Judgment
475
Preface
481
The Vision of Judgment
487

Poems 1816-1823.
A very Mournful Ballad on the Siege and Conquest of Alhama. First published, Childe Harold, Canto IV., 1818
529
535
Translation from Vittorelli. On a Nun. First published, Childe Harold, Canto IV., 1818
535
On the Bust of Helen by Canova. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 61
536
537
So we'll go no more a-roving. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 79
538
[Lord Byron's Verses on Sam Rogers.] Question and Answer. First published, Fraser's Magazine, January, 1833, vol. vii. pp. 82-84
538
The Duel. MS. M.
542
Stanzas to the Po. First published, Conversations of Lord Byron, 1824
545
547
Sonnet to the Prince Regent. On the Repeal of Lord Edward Fitzgerald's Forfeiture. First published, Letters and Journals, ii. 234, 235
548
Stanzas. First published, New Monthly Magazine, 1832
549
552
The Irish Avatar. First published, Paris, September 19, 1821
555
Stanzas written on the Road between Florence and Pisa. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 566, note
562