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" You must have heard," he says, " that I am going to Greece — why do you not come to me ? I can do nothing without you, and am exceedingly anxious to see you. Pray, come, for I am at last determined to go to Greece : — it is the only place I was ever... "
Poetry and Poets: A Collection of the Choicest Anecdotes Relative to the ... - Page 39
by Richard Ryan - 1826 - 305 pages
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The Westminster Review.Volume II.July-October,1824

The Westminster Review.Volume II.July-October,1824 - 1824
...write before, as I might have given you a journey for nothing—they all say I can be of great use in Greece. I do not know how, nor do they, but at all events let us try!" He had, says this friend, who knew him well, become ambitious of a name as distinguished...
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Journal of the Conversations of Lord Byron: Noted During a ..., Volumes 1-2

Thomas Medwin - British - 1824 - 304 pages
...before, as I might have given you a journey for nothing : — they all say I can be of great use in Greece. I do not know how, nor do they, but at all events let us try !" He had, says this friend, who knew him well, become ambitious of a name as distinguished...
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Journal of the conversations of lord Byron ... in the years 1821 and 1822

Thomas Medwin - 1824
...write before, as I might have given you a journey for nothing. They all say I can be of great use in Greece ; I do not know how, nor do they, but at all events let us try!" He had, says this friend, who knew him well, become ambitious of a name as distinguished...
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Greece, in 1823 and 1824: Being a Series of Letters, and Other Documents, on ...

Leicester Stanhope Earl of Harrington - Greece - 1825 - 575 pages
...him in Rome when he wrote me from Genoa, and said, '•' Trelawny, you must have heard I am going tn Greece, why do you " not come to me ? I can do nothing...from the moment he left Genoa, though twice driven baek, his ruling passion became ambition of a name, or rather by one great effort to wipe out the memory...
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Greece, in 1823 and 1824: being a series of letters, and other documents on ...

Leicester Stanhope Harrington (Earl of) - Greece - 1825 - 308 pages
...all his other passions, he indulged it to satiety, and then grew weary. I was absent from him in Home when he wrote me from Genoa, and said, " Trelawny,...nor do they ; but, at all events, let's " go." I who bad long despaired of getting him out of Italy, to which he had become attached from habit, indolence,...
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Greece, during Lord Byron's residence in that country, in 1823 and ..., Volume 2

Leicester Stanhope - Greece - 1825
...determined to go to Greece ; it is the only place I was ever contented in. I am serious, and did uot write before, as I might have given you a journey...do not know how, nor do they: but, at all events, let•s go." I who had long despaired of getting him out of Italy, to which he had become attached...
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Anecdotes of Lord Byron: From Authentic Sources with Remarks Illustrative of ...

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Alexander Kilgour - 1825 - 207 pages
...write before, as I might have given you a journey for nothing. They all say I can be of great use in Greece. I do not know how, nor do they, but at all events let us try." In another letter, he distinctly shews that he had gone to Greece with enthusiasm for...
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The Life, Writings, Opinions, and Times of the Right Hon. George Gordon Noel ...

Poets, English - 1825 - 431 pages
...before, as I might have given you a journey for nothing. — They all say I can be of great use in Greece. I do not know how, nor do they ; but at all events, let us try." He had, says this friend,, who was acquainted with his sentiments, become ambitious of...
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Anecdotes of lord Byron [by A. Kilgour].

1825
...write before, as I might have given you a journey for nothing. They all say I can be of great use in Greece. I do not know how, nor do they, but at all events let us try." In another letter, he distinctly shews that he had gone to Greece with enthusiasm for...
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Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Lord Byron

George Clinton - Poets, English - 1828 - 756 pages
...before, as I might have given you a journey for nothing : — they all say I can be of great use in Greece. I do not know how, nor do they ; but, at all events, let us tr, '.' He had, says this friend, who knew him well, become amhitions of a name, or rather by...
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