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15 Sends a present of game to Leigh Hunt, who is still in prison (see 20 May 1813; Hunt is released on 2 Feb 1815). 19 Hobhouse receives a letter from B inviting him to 'stand groomsman at his marriage'. 20 Tells Annabella that he is writing Hebrew Melodies. 24 Complains to Hanson that he is unduly delaying the completion of the legal arrangements in preparation for his marriage. 29 Leaves London and spends the night and most of the next day at Six Mile Bottom. 31 In Newark, having spent the night of the 30th at Wansford.
10 Visits Newstead Abbey, accompanied by Webster. Tells Hanson that he wishes to lend £1000 to Webster. 11 B and Webster return to Aston. 13 Tells Lady Melbourne that he is 'totally absorbed' in his affair with Lady Frances, and is ready to elope with her if necessary. 16 Back at Newstead Abbey, with the Websters as his guests, by this date. 17 After over-indulgence in wine the previous night, B is unwell. At about this time he has an opportunity to seduce Lady Frances but declines to do so after she has told him she would not be able to 'bear the reflection' afterwards.
1814 39 24 Arrives in London. 26 Sees Kean in Macbeth. 28 In a letter to Annabella, gives high praise to Southey's poem Roderick, recently published. December 16 (Fri) Writes to the Archbishop of Canterbury to request a special licence to marry Annabella Milbanke. 22 Visits Doctors' Commons, and receives the licence on the next day. 24 Accompanied by Hobhouse, B leaves London for Seaham. 25 At Six Mile Bottom. m. According to Hobhouse, 'Miss Milbanke is rather dowdy-looking ... though she has excellent feet and ankles.
A Byron Chronology by Norman Page (auth.)