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" Byron now took through Albania, as well as those subsequent journeys through other parts of Turkey, which he performed in company with his friend Mr. Hobhouse, may be traced, by such as are desirous of details on the subject, in the account which the... "
Recollections of Seven Years Residence at the Mauritius: Or Isle of France - Page 211
by Alfred Bartram (Lady.) - 1830 - 208 pages
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - Authors, English - 1830 - 512 pages
...details on the subject, in the account which the latter gentleman has given of his travels ; — an account which, interesting from its own excellence...every merit that should adorn such a work, becomes etui more so from the feeling that Lord Byron is, as it were, present through its pages, and that we...
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - Authors, English - 1830 - 512 pages
...details on the subject, in the account which the latter gentleman has given of his travels ; — an ike Tom Thumb' (which was then being acted) — ' you did your doty, and you did no more.' " slul more so from the feeling that Lord Byron is, as it were, present through its pages, and that we...
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Works of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals, and His Life, Volume 2

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - Literary Criticism - 1833
...of details on the subject, in the account which the latter gentleman has given of his travels ; an account which, interesting from its own excellence...present through its pages, and that we there follow his VOL. I. U first youthful footsteps into the land with whose name he has intertwined his own for ever....
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The works of George Byron: With his letters and journals, and his life, Volume 1

Baron George Gordon Byron Byron - 1835
...account which the latter gentleman has given of his travels ; an account which, intercst•• ing from its own excellence in every merit that ' should...present through its pages, and that we there follow his VOL. i. u first youthful footsteps into the land with whose name he has intertwined his own for ever....
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Life, Letters, and Journals of Lord Byron

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1839 - 735 pages
...of details on the subject, in the account which the latter gentleman has given of his travels ; an account which, interesting from its own excellence...pages, and that we there follow his first youthful footKeps into the land with whose name he has intertwined his own for ever. As I am en' Do thou. amidst...
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Willis's Price Current: A Catalogue of Superior Second Hand Books Ancient ...

1856
...bound in calf, 18*(pub. at £5. 5«) 1813 " An account, which interesting frum its own excellence, becomes still more so from the feeling that Lord Byron Is, as it were, present through its p-iges, and that we there lollow hit flrstyoiithfulfootsteps Into tbe land with whose name he has Intertwined...
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Willis's Price Current: A Catalogue of Superior Second Hand Books Ancient ...

1857
...hf. calf neat, 16» (pub. ¿'5. 5») 1813 11 An account, which interesting 'from Its own excellence*, becomes still more so from the feeling that Lord Byron...as it were present through Its pages, and that we follow his youthful footsteps into the land with whose name he has entwined his own for ever."— MOOKE....
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The Demand for Religious Equality, Volume 13

Church and state - 1859 - 4 pages
...vols. -Ito. cloth, 12* 6d (pub. £5. 5«) 1833 "An acconnt, which interesting from its own excellences, becomes still more so from the feeling that Lord Byron is as it were present tbroOKh ite pages, and that we follow his youthful footsteps into the land with whose name he has entwined...
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Catalogue of Upwards of Fifty Thousand Volumes on Sale

Willis and Southeran - 1862
...4to. cloth, 12* Cd (pub. £5. 5*), 1813 6611 "An account, which interesting from its own excellences becomes still more so from the feeling that Lord Byron...as it were present through its pages, and that we follow his youthful footsteps into the land with whove name he has emertwined his owntfor ever." —...
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