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|Title||:||The Complete Works of Lord Byron, Including His Lordship's Suppressed Poems, with Others Never Before Published. [With “The Life of Lord Byron Abridged from the Life by J. W. Lake, a Facsimile of a Letter from Lord Byron to the Editor of “Galignani's Messenger,” and a Portrait.]|
|Author||:||George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, J. W. LAKE (Author of the Life of Byron.)|