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Ballantyne & Co., Edinburgh, Shelley offers "The Wandering Jew" to
them, Pr. iii, 332

Their letter concerning “The Wandering Jew,” Pr. iii, 405–406

Bandits, Alpine, Pr. i, 168

Banquet (The), translated from the Greek of Plato, Pr. iii, 155–235

Barberini Palace, Rome, portrait of Beatrice Cenci now there, ii, 15 (note)

Barnstaple, Shelley at, Pr. i, 392

Bar-sur-Aube ("Six Weeks' Tour"), Pr. ii, 133

Barruel's "Memoirs of Jacobinism" alluded to, Pr. i, 382

Bastwick, character in "Charles I.",fiii, 287

Bath, Shelley's letter from, Pr. iii, 356

Bayle, Shelley's judgment on his understanding and feelings, Pr. iii, 348
Baynes (Prof. T. S.), on Shelley in Edinburgh Review, i, xxiv, 408

Beatrice Cenci, character in "The Cenci," ii, 18

Beaufort (Duke of), as a candidate for the Chancellorship of the
University of Oxford, Pr. iii, 362

Beauty, Three fragments on, Pr. iii, 145-146

"Befal" and " recal," so spelt by Shelley, i, 407

Belief and disbelief unconnected with volition, Pr. i, 411

Belief, intensity of, proportionate to the degrees of excitement, iv, 492;
Pr. i, 306, 411; Pr. ii, 52

Religion founded on voluntariness of, Pr. i, 411

Benefits of the Revolution in France, and of Reform in the House of
Commons, Pr. i, 399

Benevolence ("Speculations on Morals"), Pr. ii, 307–310

Bernardo, character in "Zastrozzi," Pr. i, 5

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Bernardo Cenci, character in The Cenci," ii, 18

Besançon ("Six Weeks' Tour"), Pr. ii, 134

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'Besprent," use of the word by Shelley, iv, 555

Bethell (Rev. George) at Eton College, Pr. iii, 329
Bethzatanai, Valley of, Pr. ii, 222

"Between" used for " through," i, 36; Pr. ii, 174
Bianca, character in "Zastrozzi," Pr. i, 13

Bible, inconsistencies of the, Pr. ii, 43

Purport of its contents, iv, 506

Bice (Lady), the beloved of Dante, i, 58 (note)

Bielby's (Mr.) advice, Pr. iv, 130

Bigotry's Victim (poem of 1811), iv, 356

Bion, fragment of his Elegy on the death of Adonis, iv, 232-234

Fragment of Elegy on his death, from Greek of Moschus, iv, 235

Birth of Pleasure (The), fragment, 1819, iv, 16

Bisham Woods, "Laon and Cythna" written there, i, 380

Bishopgate, Shelley's house at, Pr. iii, 347, 352

Blake's "Marriage of Heaven and Hell," parallel passage to part of
Shelley's "Defence of Poetry," Pr. iii, 127 (note)

Blind's (Miss) article on Shelley in The Westminster Review, i, xxxvi
"Blosmy," use of the word, i, 126, 408 (note)

Boat of canvas and reeds, Pr. iv, 321, 323

Boat of thin planks stitched by a shoemaker, Pr. iv, 337
Of curved shell of hollow pearl, i, 292, 300

Boat on the Serchio (The), poem of 1821, iv, 112-116
Boats, Shelley's, Pr. iv, 337 (note)

See Don Juan (The)

Boccaccio greatly admired by Shelley, Pr. iv, 127

Bohemia ("St. Irvyne "),

Pr. i, 248

Boinvilles (The), iii, 363; Pr. iv, 100, 118

"Bolivar (The)", Byron's schooner, her cost, Pr. iv, 323

Bologna, letter from, Pr. iv, 49

Bonaparte, Feelings of a Republican on the Fall of (poem of 1815), i, 56

See Napoleon

Bonneville (Letters from Geneva), Pr. ii, 186

Boscombe MSS., iv, 359

Boy, statue of a, Pr. iii, 52

Bracknell, Stanza written at, 1814, iii, 363

Brandreth, Ludlam and Turner, execution of, Pr. ii, 104

"Breathless," use of the word by Shelley, i, 411-413

Breno, place mentioned in "St. Irvyne,” Pr. i, 198

"Brere," spelling of "briar" adopted by Shelley in "Adonais," iii, 473
Bridal Song (A), poem of 1821, iv, 89

Bronzino (Cristofano), "The Magic Horse" translated, iv, 542-544
Brooks (J.) republished in 1829 "The Revolt of Islam," i, 80

Republished "History of a Six Weeks' Tour," Pr. ii, 116

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Browning (Robert), his recollection of seeing copies of "Laon and
Cythna," i, 384

"Cenciaja," poem on the Santa Croce case, ii, 418

Letter to the Editor on Farinacci's failure in the defence of the
Cenci, ii, 419

His "Lost Leader," reference to, i, 55 (note)

Brunen ("Six Weeks' Tour"), Pr. ii, 142

Buona Notte (poem of 1820), iv, 50-51

Burdon's "Materials for Thinking," Pr. iv, 297

"But just disease to luxury succeeds," Pr. ii, 8

Byron (Lord), degrading consequences of his old habits, Pr. iv, 229

His excesses at Venice, Pr. iv, 61, 212

Talked of at Venice, Pr. iv, 32

Shelley's visit to him at Venice, Pr. iv, 34, 39

His habits, Pr. iv, 217, 222

His pistol-shooting, Pr. iv, 311, 313

His easy manners, Pr. iv, 311

Shelley's admiration of his genius, Pr. iv, 219, 222, 239, 251,

264, 281

His desire to settle at Pisa, Pr. iv, 227

About to quit Tuscany, Pr. iv, 325

At Pisa, Pr. iv, 335, 336, 339

Byron (Lord), His liaison with the Countess Guiccioli, Pr. iv, 211, 237
His schooner, the "Bolivar," Pr. iv, 281, 286, 288, 323

Allusions to him in Williams's Journal, Pr. iv, 312

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Shelley's letters to, Pr. iv, 248, 257

Scandal about Shelley reported to him by Byron, Pr. iv, 212, 229
His libels on his friends, Pr. iv, 236 (note)

Alluded to as "my companion," Pr. ii, 160, 173, 175, 177, 179,

181, 183

Count Maddalo in "Julian and Maddalo," iii, 107

"The Pythian of the age," iii, 19

"The Pilgrim of Eternity," iii, 20

His movements and connexion with Hunt in the production of
The Liberal, Pr. iv, 235, 286, 289

His theory of criticism, Pr. iv, 212

Memoirs of his Life and Writings alluded to, Pr. iv, 278, 280
His Life sold to Murray, Pr. iv, 219

"Cain," Shelley's admiration for it, Pr. iv, 311

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"Childe Harold," Shelley's letter on its publication, Pr. iii, 356
His stanzas on the nymph Egeria in 'Childe Harold," Pr. iv, 42
"Don Juan," likeness to "Anastasius," Pr. iv, 225; Shelley's
opinion of the poem, Pr. iv, 219, 222

"Hours of Idleness," likeness of lines in "St. Irvyne" to poem
in, Pr. i, 185 (note)

"Marino Faliero" referred to, ii, 7 (note); Pr. iv, 237

Time occupied in writing his poems, Pr. iv, 314

See also Allegra, and Clairmont (Claire)

Cæsar, commendation of the slayers of, Pr. ii, 347
Calais ("Six Weeks' Tour"), Pr. ii, 123

Calamity, the Goddess, Pr. iii, 196

Calderon, a kind of Shakespeare, Pr. iv, 119, 125

Compared with Goethe, Pr. iv, 263

Shelley's admiration of his plays, Pr. iv, 125, 142, 282

Temptation to translate, Pr. iv, 152

"Cisma de Inglaterra," stanzas from, translated by Medwin and
corrected by Shelley, iv, 283

"El Principe Constante," alluded to, Pr. iv, 140, 142

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‘Cyprian” (“Magico Prodigioso"), translated on the bank of the
Arno, Pr. iv. 315

"El Purgatorio de San Patricio," speech of Beatrice Cenci sug-
gested by a passage in, ii, 14 (note)

Scenes from the "Magico Prodigioso" (translated 1822), iv, 249-282

Calliope, statue of, Pr. iii, 54

Callow (J.), publisher of "A Vindication of Natural Diet," Pr. ii 3
Calm Thoughts (fragment, 1819), iv, 17


'Cameleopard," Shelley's spelling, iii, 237 (note)

Camillo (Cardinal), character in "The Cenci," ii, 18

Capital punishment unjustifiable, Pr. ii, 106

Caracalla, Baths of, "Prometheus Unbound" written there, ii, 134, 140
Carlile (Richard), publisher of The Republican, Pr. i, 392; Pr. iv, 138
Shelley friendly to him, Pr. i, 399

His pirated edition of "Queen Mab," iv, 380

Shelley's letter to Leigh Hunt on the trial of, for publishing
Paine's " Age of Reason," Pr. iv, 291-300

Carlton House, On a fête at (fragment, 1811), iv, 359

Caroline, Princess of Wales, afterwards Queen, a believer in ghosts,
Pr. ii, 208

Absurdity of making her a heroine, Pr. iv, 177, 181

As Iona Taurina in "Edipus Tyrannus," ii, 322

Cartwright (Major), his arguments for Reform unanswerable, Pr. ii, 96
Casa Magni, etching of, Pr. iv (frontispiece)

Letter addressed to Mrs. Shelley at, Pr. iv, 288

Letter addressed to Mrs. Williams at, Pr. iv, 287

Referred to, Pr. i, xxxiii; Pr. iv, 269, 287, 322, 326 (note)

Casa Ricci, Pr. iv, 173

Casciano visited by Shelley, Pr. iv, 172

Castlereagh (Lord) as Purganax in "Edipus Tyrannus," ii. 322
Lines written during his administration (1819), iv, 3–4
"Similes, for Two Political Characters of 1819", iv, 6–7
Castor and Pollux, Homer's Hymn to (translated 1819?), iv, 182
Cat, Verses on a (about 1800), iv, 313–314

Catholic Emancipation urged by Shelley in 1812, Pr. i, 313, 367
Cats, King of the, Pr. ii. 212

Caucasus, Icy rocks in the Indian, ii, 149

Cavalcanti (Guido) to Dante Alighieri, sonnet translated by Shelley,
iv, 248; facsimile of the MS., iv, 248

Referred to, i, 57 (note); Pr. i, xxix

Cavigni, chief of bandits in "St. Irvyne," Pr. i, 178

Cazire Harriet Grove? Pr. iii, 331 (note)

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Cenci (Beatrice), portrait by Guido, ii (frontispiece); referred to, ii, 15;

Pr. iv, 114

Cenci (Count Francesco, Giacomo, Bernardo, Lucrezia, and Beatrice),
characters in "The Cenci," ii, 18

Cenci Palace, Rome, described, ii, 16

Cenci, Relation of the death of the family of the, ii, 399-417

Cenci (The); a Tragedy in five Acts, ii, 1-131

The original title-page (dated 1819), ii, 3

Title-page of second edition (dated 1821), ii, 5
Dedication to Leigh Hunt, ii, 7-8



Cenci (The), Preface by Shelley, ii, 9-16

Dramatis personæ, ii, 18

Shelley wishes it to be acted, Pr. iv, 113, 123, 126

Alluded to, Pr. iv, 119, 122, 132, 166, 181, 186, 195, 306

Cervantes, Shelley reads the "Numancia" of, Pr. iv, 200

Chamouni (Letters from Geneva), Pr. ii, 190

Lines written in the Vale of (1816), i, 73–78; Pr. ii, 201–204;
cancelled passage, i, 78

Champagnolles (Letters from Geneva), Pr. ii, 162

Chapel Street, Grosvenor Square, Shelley living there in 1813, iv, 381
Chapman, quotation from his "Byron's Conspiracie", i, 99

Charenton ("Six Weeks' Tour"), Pr. ii, 127

"Charité," a portion of the Doric Trilogy of Edipus, ii, 321

Charles the First (fragments of a play, 1821–2), iii, 285–326

Dramatis personæ, iii, 287

Alluded to, Pr. iv, 37, 181, 203, 250, 253, 259, 264, 281, 313

Charlotte (Princess), Address to the People on the death of, Pr. ii, 97–114
Chastity a superstition, iv, 481

Chatterton, one of "the inheritors of unfulfilled renown," iii, 26

A favourite of Shelley, iv, 315 (note)

Chichester (Earl of), Postmaster General, letter to Francis Freeling
respecting Shelley, Pr. iii, 384

Children, mortality of, Pr. ii, 23 (note)

Chillon, Castle of (Letters from Geneva), Pr. ii, 180

Choice (The), a poem on Shelley's death, by Mrs. Shelley, i, 1-10

Christ (Jesus), poetry in his doctrines, Pr. iii, 123

In Prologue to Hellas, iv, 97, 101

Christian religion, Hebrew essay on the falseness of the, Pr. iii, 333
Christianity, Deism truer than, Pr. i, 413

Emoluments of a large proportion of society derived from,
Pr. i, 423

Essay on, Pr. ii, 339-374

Foundation of, Pr. ii, 48

Supported by deeds of atrocity, iv, 508

Supported by war, imprisonment, murder, falsehood, Pr. i, 418
Christians that departed from Jerusalem, Pr. ii, 219

Cicero read by Shelley, Pr. iii, 347

"Circumstance," epigram translated from the Greek, iv, 231

"Cisma de Inglaterra," Calderon's, stanzas translated from, iv, 283

Clairmont (Charles), Pr. iv, 125

Clairmont (Claire), mother of Byron's daughter Allègra, i, 7 (note);
Pr. iii, 250; Pr. iv, 22, 33, 109, 131, 197, 201, 275, 281, 317

Clarens (Letters from Geneva), Pr. ii, 179, 181

Clarin ("Magico Prodigioso"), iv. 249

Claudian, quotation from, iv, 517

Claudine, character in " Zastrozzi," Pr. i, 22

Clayton (Sir W. R.), tablet erected on Shelley's house at Marlow by, i, xl

Clement VIII., tragedy of the Cenci during the pontificate of, ii, 9

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