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Byron_to_JoHobhouse_1810-11-26.docx
"I have in my former sheets told you where I have been and what I have been doing, or rather not doing, for my life has, with the exception of a very few moments, never been anything but a yawn."

Byron_to_FrHodgson_1810-11-14.docx
"I have been journeying in different parts of Greece for these last four months, and you may expect me in England somewhere about April, but this is very dubious."

Byron_to_JoHobhouse_1810-11-12.docx
"I wrote to you to apprise Mr. Hanson (as I have done in a letter, but wish you to repeat my refusal) that I will not sell Newstead according to his suggestion."

CoSmith_to_Byron_1810-11-12.docx
"Conceiving a promise always to be sacred I never forgot the conversation you had with me last year on the 16th. of Sept."

Byron_to_JoHanson_1810-11-11.docx
"Yours arrived on the first Inst. it tells me I am ruined."

HoBrowne_to_Byron_1810-11-05.docx
"I write to you a line to beg that you would take the trouble of sending your servant to the Waywode or Logotheti to enquire for any letters that may have come for me ...."

Byron_to_JoHanson_1810-11-04.docx
"The Bearer of this, William Fletcher, has lived with me some years and served me very faithfully ...."

Byron_to_Hobhouse_1810-08-16.docx
Byron’s account of his meeting with Veli Pacha. [PSC]

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Byron_to_HeDrury_1811-07-07.docx
"I have never been so near ['your Country'] since I left Duck Puddle."

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Byron_to_JoHanson_1811-07-04.docx
"My affairs, I must own, seem desperate enough, I shall adjust them as far as in my power, & (after procuring a recommendation & appointment on Ld. Wellingtons or Genl. Grahams supernumerary staff ...."
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