Scope and arrangement
Poems : [no date; ca. 1820's?] : (BLES 2.162a) : 2 p.; four short poems on one folded lettersheet, copied in an unidentified hand; apparently done for Lady Blessington; including "Extempore on a Yard of Flannel"; "On Walter Scott's Poem entitled The Field of Waterloo"; "On presenting Buonaparte's [spurs?] to the Prince Regent"; and "An Inscription for the Lap dog of the Countess of Blessington." Along with a copied address (in the same hand), "Conclusion of a Speech attributed by Lord Erskine to Lord Viscount Stafford" (BLES 2.162b). In v. 2 of the Blessington Papers.|||To Lord Byron, poet : 1 autograph letter signed : 28 Apr 1823 : (B'ANA 0322) : from Buchan Hill, Sussex : on Lord Byron's decision to join the fight for Greek independence on Greek soil; begins, "I have asked our good friend Mr. Murray to convey to your Lordship a copy of a letter written last year to Lord Liverpool on the subject of the Greeks ...".