Scope and arrangement
· Transcript, "The Epilogue Spoken by Ld. Byron -- written by the Rev.d J. T. Becher" : [after Oct 1806] : (B'ANA 0490) : 2 pages (single sheet) : [no place] : begins, "Well Friends -- the business of the play concluded, / For once be candid -- have we been deluded?" With a note at the foot of page 2: "For the Wheel of Fortune, acted in Mr. Leacroft's dining room in Sep? 1806.".
· Transcript of Byron's poem, "The Adieu" : [24 Jan 1828] : (B'ANA 0487a) : 6 pages (2 partial sheets, 1 single sheet) : [from Southwell] : begins, "Adieu Thou Hill! Where Early joy / Spread roses o'er my brow..." Along with a six-page fair copy (B'ANA 0488), "copied by C M -- & sent to Murray Nov.r 1830"; and a later explanatory note (B'ANA 0487b) in the hand of Pigot, or perhaps her mother: "Copy by E P made fair by C M. -- The original I sent to Moore, it was so dreadfully ill written as to be almost unintelligible, & I sent it to Moore to show my industry for him in making it out after such a lapse in years, when I had nearly forgotten the intricate up's and down's of his pen.".