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CONTENTS OF VOL. VII.
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An Ode to the Framers of the Frame Bill. First published, Morning Chronicle, March 2, 1812
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To the Honble. Mrs. George Lamb. First published, The Two Duchesses, by Vere Foster, 1898, p. 374
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To Thomas Moore. Written the Evening before his Visit to Mr. Leigh Hunt in Horsemonger Lane Gaol, May 19, 1813. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 401
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On Lord Thurlow's Poems. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 396
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To Lord Thurlow. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 397
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The Devil's Drive. First published (stanzas 1–5, 8, 10–12, 17, 18), Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 471–474; and (stanzas 6, 7, 9, 13–16, 19–27) from a MS. in the possession of the Earl of Ilchester
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Windsor Poetics. First published, Poetical Works, Paris, 1819, vi. 125
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[Another Version.] On a Royal Visit to the Vaults. From an autograph MS. in the possession of the Hon. Mrs. Norbury, now for the first time printed
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Ich Dien. From an autograph MS. in the possession of Mr. A. H. Hallam Murray, now for the first time printed
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Condolatory Address, To Sarah Countess of Jersey. First published, The Champion, July 31, 1814
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Fragment of an Epistle to Thomas Moore. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 561, 562 (note)
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On Napoleon's Escape from Elba. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, i. 611
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Endorsement to the Deed of Separation, in the April of 1816. First published, Poetical Works, 1831, vi. 454
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[To George Anson Byron (?).] First published, Nicnac, March 25, 1823
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Song for the Luddites. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 58
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To Thomas Moore ("What are you doing now?"). First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 58, 59
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To Mr. Murray ("To hook the Reader," etc.). First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 91
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Versicles. First published, Letters and Journals, 1830, ii. 87
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