A History of The Byron Controversy, From Its Beginning in 1816 to the Present Time.
By Harriet Beecher Stowe.
Originally published in Boston by Fields, Osgood, & Co., 1870.
posted 4 March 2004
Chapter I. Introduction
Chapter II. The Attack on Lady Byron
Chapter III. Résumé of the Conspiracy
Chapter IV. Results After Lord Byron’s Death
Chapter V. The Attack on Lady Byron’s Grave
posted 28 April 2004
Chapter I. Lady Byron as I Knew Her
Chapter II. Lady Byron’s Story as Told Me
Chapter III. Chronological Summary of Events
Chapter IV. The Character of the Two Witnesses Compared
Chapter V. The Direct Argument to Prove the Crime
Chapter VI. Physiological Argument
Chapter VII. How Could She Love Him?
Chapter VIII. Conclusion
The True Story of Lady Byron’s Life (as originally published in The Atlantic Monthly)
Lord Lindsay’s Letter to ‘The London Times’
Dr Forbes Winslow’s Letter to ‘The London Times’
Extract from Lord Byron’s Expunged Letter to Murray
Extracts from Blackwood’s Magazine
Letters of Lady Byron to HC Robinson
Domestic Poems by Lord Byron
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