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6 Scott, who is in Paris, writes to Joanna Baillie that he will 'endeavour to see you and Lord Byron or both in passing through London'. 14 B joins Scott and other friends for an early dinner; Scott later writes that he 'never saw Byron so full of fun, frolic, wit, and whim; he was as playful as a kitten' (he and B never meet again). October 18 (Wed) Writes to Coleridge about the latter's poem Christabel, part of which has been repeated to him by Scott a few months earlier. 22 Writes to Hunt, praising his The Story of Rimini.
September 12 (Wed) Lady Hester Stanhope arrives in Athens; B meets her several times. In the latter half of this month, B, accompanied by his young protege Nicolo Giraud and two Albanian servants, makes another tour of the Morea; on or about the 22nd he falls ill with fever at Patras, is confined to bed for five days, and reports himself to Hobhouse on the 25th as 'much debilitated'. During this tour he visits Olympia. October 2 (Tues) Still at Patras. 13 Returns to Athens, and again stays at the Capuchin monastery.
December 1 (Wed) Tells Hodgson that Murray has offered him 1000 guineas for Giaour and Bride; he has declined receiving payment of the sum for six months, by which time Murray will know whether the success of the poems enables him to afford it. 2 BA published; four more editions appear before the end of the year, and five more in 1814. B tells Hunt that he would like their friendship to be 'permanent'. 3 Thanks Zachary Macaulay, editor of the Christian Observer, for a review of The Giaour (probably by J.
A Byron Chronology by Norman Page (auth.)