Byron eBook

John Nichol
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 239 pages of information about Byron.


1.  The Narrative of the Honourable John Byron, Commodore, in a late
    Expedition Round the World, &c. (Baker and Leigh) 1768

2.  Voyage of H.M.S. Blonde to the Sandwich Islands in the years
    1824-1825, the Right Hon. Lord Byron, Commander (John Murray) 1826

3.  Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Right Hon. Lord Byron (H. 
    Colburn) 1822

4.  The Life, Writings, Opinions, and Times of G.G.  Noel Byron, with
    courtiers of tho present polished and enlightened age, &c., &c.,
    3 vols. (M.  Hey) 1825

5.  Narrative of Lord Byron’s last Journey to Greece, from Journal of
    Count Peter Gamba 1825

6.  Medwin’s Conversations with Lord Byron at Pisa, 2 vols. (H.  Colburn)

7.  Leigh Hunt’s Byron and His Contemporaries (H.  Colburn)

8.  The Works of Lord Byron, with Life by Thomas Moore, 17
    vols. (Murray) 1832

9.  Galt’s Life of Lord Byron (Colburn and Buntley) 1830

10.  Kennedy’s Conversations on Religion (Murray) 1830

11.  Countess of Blessington’s Conversations (Colburn) 1834

12.  Lady Morgan’s Memoirs, 2 vols. (W.H.  Allen) 1842

13.  Recollections of the Countess Guiccioli (Bentley) 1869

14.  Castelar’s Genius and Character of Byron (Tinsley) 1870

15.  Elze’s Life of Lord Byron (Murray) 1872

16.  Trelawny’s Reminiscences of Byron and Shelley 1858

17.  Torrens’ Memoirs of Viscount Melbourne (Macmillan) 1878

18.  Rev. F. Hodgson’s Memoirs, 2 vols. (Macimillan) 1879

19.  Essays and Articles, or Recorded Criticisms, by Macaulay, Scott,
    Shelley, Goethe, G. Brandes, Mazzini, Sainte Beuve, Chasles, H.
    Taine, &c.

20.  Burke’s Peerage and Baronetage 1879



Ralph de Burun (estates in Nottingham and Derby).
Hugh de Burun (Lord of Horestan).
Hugh de Buron (became a monk).
Sir Roger de Buron (gave lands to monks of Swinstead).
|                  Sir Richard Clayton.
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Robert de Byron. = Cecelia
Robert de Byron
Sir John Byron (Governor of York under Edward I.).
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Sir Richard Byron.              Sir John (knighted at siege of Calais)
Sir John (knighted in 3rd year of Henry V.).
|               Sir John Butler.
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Sir Nicholas. = Alice.
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Sir Nicholas (made K.B. at        Sir John (knighted by Richmond
marriage of Prince Arthur,        at Milford; fought at Bosworth;
died 1503).                       died 1488).

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