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CAIN, A MYSTERY;
Hours of Edleness;
ENGLISH BARDS AND SCOTCH REVIEWERS;
WITH OCCASIONAL PIECES;
LIFE OF TIE AUTHOR.
CHALIES DALY, 19, RED LION SQUARE.
as, without an exception, one of the greatest poets that England ever produced. His genius was of the very first order-he was one of those characters from whose existence new era's date their commencement, and his writings promise to have an extraordinary influence on our literature, and on our most important opinions. He was, indeed, a poet whom it “were vain to blame, and useless to praise ;'' For he commanded every avenue to the heart, and iwakened every emotion of the spirit; from the pal.
pable to the obscure; from such as may be expressed
It is not our intention to enter into an extended
George Gordon BYRON, (Lord Byron) was the el. dest son of the hon. Captain John Byron* (grandson
• This man, whose usual soubriquet was Jack Byron, was a “ chartered libertine,” to associate with whom was ruin and disgrace. His life was one unvaried round of irregularity and debauchery. His first wife was the illfated Marchioness of Carmarthen, whom.