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" People have wondered at the melancholy which runs through my writings. Others have wondered at my personal gaiety. But I recollect once, after an hour in which I had been sincerely and particularly gay and rather brilliant, in company, my wife replying... "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Page 443
1830
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volume 27

England - 1830 - 990 pages
...temper for comfort. Something, also, may be attributed to the strange and desultory habits which,leaving me my own master at an early age, and rambling about,...not so ; at "heart you are the most melancholy of maiikind, and often when apparently gayest.' " To these faults, and so'urces of faults, inherent in...
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Volume 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - Poets, English - 1830 - 482 pages
...sincerely and particularly gay and rather brilliant, in company, my wife replying to me, when I said (upon her remarking my high spirits), ' And yet, Bell, I...inherent in his own sensitive nature, he added also many of those which a long indulgence of selfwill generates, the least compatible, of all others (if...
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Volume 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - English letters - 1830 - 488 pages
...sincerely and particularly gay and rather brilliant, in company, my wife replying to me, when I said (upon her remarking my high spirits), ' And yet, Bell, I...often when apparently gayest.' " To these faults and soun-es of faults, inherent in his own sensitive nature, he added also many of those which a long indulgence...
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Letters and Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Volume 1

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - Authors, English - 1830 - 528 pages
...mis-called melancholy — you must have seen ho« falsely, frequently ?' — 'No, Byron,' she answered, ' il p barrier be of earth or sea ; It ma? be both—but...insensate dust. The under- eartb inhabitants — are his own sensitive nature, he added also many of those which a long indulgence of self-will generate,...
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Monthly Review; Or Literary Journal Enlarged

1830 - 658 pages
...sincerely and particularly gay and rather brilliant, in company, my wife replying to me when 1 said (upon her remarking my high spirits), ' And yet, Bell, I have been called and ' To these faults and sources of faults, inherent in his own sensitive nature, he added also many of...
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Life and journals [&c.].

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1831 - 576 pages
...when I said (upon her remarking my high spirits,) ' And yet, Bell, I buve been culled and mis-culled melancholy — -you must have seen how falsely, frequently?'...To these faults and sources of faults, inherent in bis own sensitive nature, he added also many of those which a long indulgence of self- will generates,—...
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The works of Thomas Moore, Volume 15

Thomas Moore - 1832 - 378 pages
...MS.—« Detached Thoughts.. rather brilliant, in company, my wife replying to me when I said (upon her remarking my high spirits), 'And yet, Bell, I...mis-called melancholy —you must have seen how falsely, frequently?'—'No, Byron,' she answered, 'it is not so : at heart you are the most melancholy of mankind;...
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Works of Lord Byron: With His Letters and Journals, and His Life, Volume 3

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron, Thomas Moore - 1833 - 400 pages
...sincerely and particularly gay and rather brilliant, in company, my wife replying to me when I said (upon her remarking my high spirits), ' And yet, Bell, I...inherent, in his own sensitive nature, he added also many of those which a long indulgence of self-will generates, — the least compatible, of all others,...
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Letters and journals [&c.].

George Gordon N. Byron (6th baron.) - 1833 - 666 pages
...and particu' larly gay and rather brilliant, in company, my wife ' replying to me when I said (upon her remarking my ' high spirits), " And yet, Bell,...falsely, frequently ?" — " No, Byron," she answered, * MS.—' Detached Thoughts.' ' " it is not so : at heart you are the most melancholy ' of mankind...
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Letters & Journals of Lord Byron: With Notices of His Life, Volume 2

George Gordon Byron Baron Byron - English letters - 1833 - 658 pages
...and particu' larly gay and rather brilliant, in company, my wife ' replying to me when I said (upon her remarking my ' high spirits), " And yet, Bell, I have been called and ' mis-called melancholy—you must have seen how ' falsely, frequently ?"—" No, Byron," she answered, * MS.—'...
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