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Byron made a fair copy of the first draft of his poem, which had been scrawled on loose sheets, and engaged the services of "Claire" Jane Clairmont to make a second transcription. Her task was completed on the 4th of July.
The fair copy and Claire's transcription remained in Byron's keeping until the end of August or the beginning of September, when he consigned the transcription to "his friend Mr. Shelley," and the fair copy to Scrope Davies, with instructions to deliver them to Murray see Letters to Murray, October 5, 9, 15, Shelley landed at Portsmouth, September 8, and on the 11th of September he discharged his commission.
Shelley with the MS. I had no sooner got the quiet possession of it than, trembling with auspicious hope, He says that what you have heretofore published is nothing to this effort Never, since my intimacy with Mr. Gifford, did I see him so heartily pleased, or give one fiftieth part of the praise, with one thousandth part of the warmth.
When, if ever, Mr. Davies, of "inaccurate memory" Letter to Murray, December 4,discharged his trust is a matter of uncertainty.
The "scraps" were sent October 5 in the first instance to Geneva, and, after many wanderings, ultimately fell into the possession of Mrs.
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Leigh, from whom they were purchased by the late Mr. The July number of the Quarterly Review No.
A Third Canto of Childe Harold The next day October 30in the same print, another advertisement appeared: Lord Byron's Pilgrimage to the Holy Land Of whom may be had, by the same author, a new ed.
The controversy did not end there. The only bookseller at present authorised to print Lord Byron's poems is Mr. An injunction in Chancery was applied for by Byron's agents and representatives see, for a report of the case in the Morning Chronicle, November 28,Letters, vol.
Strangely enough, Sir Samuel Romilly, whom Byron did not love, was counsel for the plaintiff. To which is attached a fragment, The Tempest," was issued in It is a dull and, apparently, serious production, suggested by, but hardly an imitation of, Childe Harold. The notes are descriptive of the scenery, customs, and antiquities of Palestine.
The Tempest, on the other hand, is a parody, and by no means a bad parody, of Byron at his worst; e. Lawler, the pseudo Peter Pindar—"Druids" who were in Johnston's pay, and were prepared to compose pilgrimages to any land, holy or unholy, which would bring grist to their employer's mill.
See the Advertisements at the end of Lord Byron's Pilgrimage, etc. The Third Canto was published, not as announced, on the 23rd, but on the 18th of November. Murray's "auspicious hope" of success was amply fulfilled.
He "wrote to Lord Byron on the 13th of December,informing him that at a dinner at the Albion Tavern, he had sold to the assembled booksellers of his Third Canto of Childe Harold Sir Walter Scott's finely-tempered eulogium Quart. The notes in this copy are more complete and extended than in the former—and there is also one stanza more inserted and added to this, viz.
The same volume contains Sonnet on Chillon, in Byron's handwriting; a transcription of the Prisoners sic of Chilion so, too, the advertisement in the Morning Chronicle, October 29, ; Sonnet, "Rousseau," etc. Is thy face like thy mother's, my fair child! Once more upon the waters! Yet must I think less wildly: Something too much of this: If not, o'er one fallen Despot boast no more!
Did ye not hear it? And wild and high the "Cameron's Gathering" rose!Feb 24, · The Third Canto of Childe Harold was begun early in May, and finished at Ouchy, near Lausanne, on the 27th of June, Byron made a fair copy of the first draft of his poem, which had been scrawled on loose sheets, and engaged the services of .
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Wordsworth appeared to anticipate this turn in “Tintern Abbey,” where he had learned to hear “the still, sad music of humanity,” and again in the “Ode: Intimations of Immortality” (written in –04; published in Poems, in Two Volumes).
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MOSAICS OF GRECIAN HISTORY BY MARCIUS WILLSON AND ROBERT PIERPONT WILLSON PREFACE. The leading object had in view in the preparation of the present volume has been to produce, within a moderate compass, a History of Greece that shall not only be trustworthy, but interesting to all classes of readers.