Record #1004 (edit record; developers only)

Date: 1812


Reform: A bill against the Luddites prescribes capital punishment for frame-breaking; Byron's first speech in the House of Lords opposes the bill.


*Parlimentary Reform

Links for George Gordon, Lord Byron:

George Gordon, Lord Byron (Set of transcriptions of Byron's shorter poetry.) (The Poetry Archive)

Selected Poetry (Selected Poetry of George Gordon, Lord Byron. 26 poems.) (Representative Poetry On-line)

Andrew M. Stauffer, (U. Virginia) Romantic Anger and Byron's Curse (Criticism on George Gordon, Lord Byron.) (Romantic Praxis)

Childe Harold's Pilgrimage: Canto the Third (Partial transcription of George Gordon, Lord Byron's poem.) (Representative Poetry On-line)

Childe Harold's Pilgrimage, Cantos I and II (Notes on the writing of Childe Harold's Pilgrimage by George Gordon, Lord Byron.) (Carl Stahmer)

Hours of Idleness (Notes on the composition of George Gordon, Lord Byron's Fugitive Pieces and Hours of Idleness.) (Laura Mandell)

Manfred (Transcription of Lord Byron's dramatic poem.) (Jack G. Voller)

Byron's Gothic Readings (Notes on George Gordon, Lord Byron's Gothic influences.) (Douglass Thomson)


Links for Parlimentary Reform:

Peterloo (includes information about Henry Hunt)



Record Created or Last Modified By:

Laura Mandell

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