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INSTEAD of an excuse, the Publishers have to offer a congratulation to the Public upon being enabled, by the lapse of copyrights, to add most of the Poetical Works of Byroin to their cheap, but elegant series of our most esteemed poets. This volume contains all Lord Byron's Poems of which the copyright is free, with the exception of Don Juan, from which extraordinary work, as it is their wish that their books should be welcomed in every family circle, they have only presented carefully-selected beautiful passages, with which English readers are so well acquainted, that they would naturally look for them.
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