Index to the Contents of Shelley's Notebooks and Other Literary MSS. Mainly in the Bodleian Library

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Shelley's Notebooks in the Bodleian Library

Index to the Contents of Shelley's Notebooks and
Other Literary MSS. Mainly in the Bodleian Library

Compiled by Tatsuo Tokoo
Mark-up by Melissa Sites

This index covers the following MSS.: (1) Bodleian MSS. Shelley d. 1 through d. 3 and e. 1 through e. 5 (hereafter referred to as d. 1, d. 2*, etc.); Bodleian MSS. Shelley adds. c. 4, c. 5, d. 3, e. 3, e. 6 through e. 20, and f. 1 (hereafter referred to as adds. c. 4, adds. e. 6*, etc.); Bodleian MS. Montagu d. 18; (2) the Huntington Library MSS. published as Notebooks of P. B. Shelley, ed. H. B. Forman, 1911, vols. i-iii (hereafter referred to as B-H I[II, III] followed by folio numbers and corresponding page numbers of the published work); (3) the C. H. Pforzheimer Library MSS., of which the transcripts are published in Shelley and his Circle, ed. K. N. Cameron and D. H. Reiman, 1961- , vols. i-vi (hereafter referred to by their MS. numbers, SC 124, SC 339, etc.); (4) the British Library MSS.; (5) the Pierpont Morgan Library MSS. and a few others. These MSS. are all rough drafts, unless otherwise stated.

The titles are based on The Complete Poetical Works of P. B. Shelley, ed. T. Hutchinson (1905) for poetical works and on The Complete Works of P. B. Shelley, ed. R. Ingpen and W. Peck (1926-30), Julian edition, for prose works (and for some few of the poetical works not included in Hutchinson's edition), since these are still considered to be the standard edition of Shelley's poetry and prose, respectively. I have also followed these editions in the arrangement of the works published in them.

Of the above MSS. the following items are Shelley's working notebooks: Bodleian MSS. Shelley d. 1, d. 3, and e. 1 through e. 4; Bodleian MSS. Shelley adds. e. 6 through e. 12 and e. 14 through e. 20; the Huntington Library MSS.; and the Pforzheimer MS. SC 546.

I exclude from this index the contents of the three fair copy books, two in the Harvard College Library** and one in the C. H. Pforzheimer Library (the 'Esdaile Notebook') ***.

I hope this index will be improved through the additions and corrections by those who use it.

NOTE: This is a revised version of my article originally published in Humanities: Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters, Kyoto Prefectural University [ISSN 0075-7381], No. 34 (November 1982), pp. 1-28. Dr. Bruce Barker-Benfield of the Bodleian Library suggested two additions, one for 'An Ode written October, 1819' and the other for 'The Coliseum.' Professor Irving Massey of the State University of New York at Buffalo identified the lines in Italian on page 364 of Bodleian MS. Shelley adds. e. 9 as Dante's Purgatorio, xx, 46ff. [Tatsuo Tokoo, 21 Nov. 1996]


* I must call the attention of users of this index to the fact that the complete shelf-mark ought always to be stated in full when they cite from the Bodleian Shelley MSS. -- e.g. "Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS. Shelley d. 1" or "Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS. Shelley adds. e. 6."

** A facsimile of the one has been published as The Shelley Notebook in the Harvard College Library, reproduced with notes and a postscript by George E. Woodberry (1929). As for the other, see W. Peck, Shelley: His Life and Work, 2 vols. (1927), I, 477 and R. M. Smith, The Shelley Legend (1945), pp. 43-44.

*** Published by K. N. Cameron as The Esdaile Notebook (1964) and by N. Rogers as The Esdaile Poems (1966). The transcript of the MS. is given in Shelley and his Circle, iv, 924-1062.

The following short titles and abbreviations are used

Hutch.: T. Hutchinson, ed., The Complete Poetical Works of P. B. Shelley (1905). 

Jones: F. L. Jones, ed., The Letters of P. B. Shelley (1964), 2 vols. 

Jul.: R. Ingpen and W. Peck, eds., The Complete Works of P. B. Shelley (1926-30), Julian edition, 10 vols. 

Koszul: A. H. Koszul, ed., Shelley's Prose in the Bodleian Manuscripts (1910). 

K.-S. J.: Keats-Shelley Journal.

Locock (1903): C. D. Locock, ed., An Examination of the Shelley Manuscripts in the Bodleian Library (1903).

OET Shelley: N. Rogers, ed., The Complete Poetical Works of P. B. Shelley (1972- ), Oxford English Texts, vols. I and II.

Rogers: N. Rogers, Shelley at Work (1956; 2nd ed. 1967).

Verse and Prose: J. C. E. Shelley-Rolls and R. Ingpen, eds., Verse and Prose from the Manuscripts of P. B. Shelley (1934).

Webb, Violet: T. Webb, The Violet in the Crucible (1976).

Webb, Voice: T. Webb, Shelley: A Voice Not Understood (1977). 



The Index


POEMS

LAON AND CYTHNA (THE REVOLT OF ISLAM):

Preface (fair copy*, including the last paragraph of the original preface, omitted from the Revolt of Islam version): d. 3, ff. 1r-17r.

Dedication:
Ll. 1-126 (i-xiv, complete): adds. e. 14, pp. 3, 5, 7-28, 36 rev. (fair copy)
Ll. 1-20 (i-iii), 95-126 (xi-xiv): d. 3, ff. 18r-20v.
Ll. 127-344 (I, i-xxv): adds. e. 19, pp. 8-33.
Ll. 127-130 (I, i), 151-3 (I, iii): adds. e. 19, p. 38.
Ll. 267-270 (I, xvi): adds. e. 19, p. 2.
Ll. 649-992 (I, lix-II, xxxvii): adds. e. 19, pp. 40-76.
Ll. 993-996 (II, xxxvii): adds. c. 4, f. 185v rev. 
Ll. 1882-4719 (V, xix-XII, xxx): adds. e. 10, pp. 1-124, 131-142a, 143, 145b-171a, 173-214.
Ll. 3145-3153 (VII, xxxvi): adds. e. 16, p. 24.
Ll. 4207-4215 (X, xlvii): adds. e. 14, p. 40.

(fair draft**)
Ll. 130-147 (I, i-iii): adds. c. 4, f. 2.
Ll. 151-171 (I, iii-v): SC 391.
Ll. 172-180 (I, vi), 190-209 (I, viii-x), 327-491 (I, xxiii-xli), 518-572 (I, xliv-l), 600-652 (I, liii-lix): d. 3, ff. 21-31.
Ll. 181-9 (I, vii): British Library Ashley MS. A4048.
Ll. 3492-3517 (IX, iii-vi): adds. c. 4, f. 3.
Ll. 3625-3648 (IX, xviii-xx): SC 392.
Ll. 3649-3674 (IX, xxi-xxiii): SC 393.

Rejected Passages of Canto I: adds. e. 19, pp. 1-8. (Printed in Verse and Prose, pp. 17-21 and OET Shelley, II, 268-270.)

Italian translation of Laon and Cythna:
Ll. 127-162 (II, i-iv): d. 1, ff. 103v rev.-103r rev.

(There is a list of the extant MSS. of this poem in OET Shelley, II, 361-2.) 


* I use the term "fair copy" in the sense of a completed MS. ready for publication or presentation.

** I use the term "fair draft" in the sense of a MS. much neater than a rough draft but still in an intermediate stage in the evolution of the work.

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PRINCE ATHANASE. A FRAGMENT:
        
E. 4, ff. 82v rev.-73v rev., 72v rev., 71v rev.-68v rev.


ROSALIND AND HELEN:
        
Adds. e. 16, pp. 1-2 (ll. 40-73), 13-23 (ll. 73-206, 219-239), 29 (ll. 586-591), 30-36 (ll. 240-349).


JULIAN AND MADDALO:
        
Adds. e. 11, pp. 62-68, 74-93, 96-109, 115-117, 156 rev.; adds. e. 12, pp. 177 rev.-171 rev. (fair copy of ll. 1-107 in Mary's hand).  


PROMETHEUS UNBOUND:
        
Epigraph ("Audisne haec, Amphiarae, ..."): adds. e. 11, p. 115 rev. (Cf. Rogers, p. 66 and Webb, Voice, p. 226 n. 34.)
        
Preface:
First 2 paragraphs (first draft?): adds. e. 11, pp. 56, 58-61. 
Fifth paragraph-end: B-H II 26v-30r, 31v-32r, *24v-*25r, *46v-*47r (I, pp. 6-11).
(fair draft)
First 4 paragraphs: e. 1, ff. 14r-16r.
Fifth paragraph-end: e. 3, ff. 38v rev.-37v rev., rectos (rev.) of ff. 36, 35, 32-30.
        
Dramatis Personae: e. 1, f. 18r.
I, 217-8: adds. e. 12, p. 23.
I, 763-4: adds. e. 12, p. 26.
I, 772-9: adds. e. 12, p. 25.
II, i, 145-7: adds. e. 12, p. 204 rev.
II, i, 162-end: adds. e. 11, pp. 114rev.-110 rev.
II, ii, 1-47: adds. e. 12, pp. 24, 28, 32, 33, 42.
II, iii, 28-42: adds. c. 4, f. 6r.
II, iii, 54-98: B-H II 3v, 4v, 5v, 6r, 6v, 24v, 25r, *36v (I, pp. 15-16).
II, iii, 82-89: SC 548.
II, v, 98-103: B-H I *26r-*25v (p. 27).

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III, ii, 13-17: adds. e. 12, p. 37.
III, iv, 131-6: adds. e. 11, p. 45.
III, iv, 137-8: adds. e. 11, p. 42.
III, iv, 142-152: adds. e. 11, p. 45.
III, iv, 153-157: adds. e. 11, p. 44.
III, iv, 160, 164-179, 190-9: adds. e. 11, pp. 46-48, 50-51.
III, iv, 161-3: adds. e. 11, p. 44.
IV, 1-8: adds. e. 12, p. 59.
IV, 9-26: adds. e. 12, p. 84.
IV, 24-29: adds. e. 12, p. 149.
IV, 30-39: adds. e. 12, p. 49.
IV, 40-55: adds. e. 12, p. 51.
IV, 57-68: adds. e. 12, pp. 85-86.
IV, c. 69-179: adds. e. 12, pp. 87-102.
IV, 185-193: B-H I *17r (p. 33).
IV, 194-318: adds. e. 12, pp. 74-81.
IV, 319-321: B-H I *18v (p. 38); adds. e. 12, p. 58.
IV, 319-322: SC 549.
IV, 325-331: British Library Ashley MS. 4086, f. 9v.
IV, 325-7: B-H I *26v (p. 41).
IV, 325-330: adds. e. 12, p. 53.
IV, 332-355: B-H I *19v-*20r (pp. 42-43).
IV, 332-341: adds. e. 12, p. 58.
IV, 342-9: adds. e. 12, p. 53.
IV, 350-5: adds. e. 12, p. 54.
IV, 336-362: adds. e. 12, p. 57.
IV, 356-369: adds. e. 12, p. 55.
IV, 370-423: B-H I *18r, *19r, *21r, *23v, *24v, 25r, *27r (pp. 54-56).
IV, 370-381: adds. e. 12, p. 54.
IV, 376-7: SC 549.
IV, 382-393: adds. e. 12, pp. 82-83.
IV, 383-4: B-H I *26r (p. 63).
IV, 397-9: adds. e. 12, p. 72; SC 549.
IV, 423-6: adds. e. 12, p. 56.

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IV, 431-8: adds. e. 12, p. 56.
IV, 431-6: B-H I *22v (p. 76).
IV, 437-443: adds. e. 12, p. 50.
IV, 444-456: adds. e. 12, p. 73.
IV, 444-8: B-H I *23r (p. 79).
IV, 459-466: B-H I *17v (pp. 82-83).
IV, 467-470: B-H I *18r (p. 84).
IV, 481-4: B-H I *16v (p. 87).
IV, 485-492: B-H I *27v (p. 89).
IV, 500-2: B-H I *17r (p. 92).
IV, 503-516: B-H I *32v (pp 95-96).
IV, 519-523: B-H I *15v-*16r (p. 98).
IV, 529-538: B-H I *16r-*16v (pp. 98-99).

(fair draft)
I, 1-498: e.1, versos of ff. 18-46.
I, 499-end:  e. 2, versos of ff. 1-20.
II, i, 1-II, iv, 74: e. 2, versos of ff. 21-43.
II, iv, 75-II, v, end: e. 3, versos of ff. 1-10.
III (complete): e. 3, versos of ff. 11-36.
IV (complete): e. 1, ff. 2r-13v, 22r, 25r; rectos of ff. 28-31, 34-36. 

Passages rejected from (or connected with) Prometheus Unbound: B-H I 5r (p. 13: II, iii?).

Italian translation of Prometheus Unbound:
II, v, 48-71: d. 1, ff. 109r rev.-108v rev. (Rogers, p. 343.)
II, v, 72-110: adds. e. 8, pp. 84 rev.-82 rev.
IV, 1-82: d. l, ff. 107v rev.-105r rev.


THE CENCI:

'Abstract of narratives concerning the Cenci family': B-H II *2r-*6v (pp. 85-87).

Dedication, to Leigh Hunt: SC 532.

Preface: B-H II *7r-*18v (pp. 88-97).

'Relation of the death of the family of the Cenci': adds. e.13, pp. 1-19a, 20-83 (in Mary's hand). (Jul., ii, 159-166).

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THE MASK OF ANARCHY:

I-III, VI-VII, XVII-XCI: B-H II 7r-16r, 17r-24r, 25r (pp. 21-82).
XXXII, XXXIII: adds. e. 12, p. 205.

(fair draft)
I-XCI (complete): British Library Ashley MS. 4086.


PETER BELL THE THIRD:

Dedication: adds. e. 15, p. 1.
Parts IV, V (part), and VI (part): adds. e. 15, pp. 3-9a, 10-25. 
Part VII, xvii-xxiii: adds. e. 15, pp. 29-31.


LETTER TO MARIA GISBORNE:

Adds. e. 9, pp. 97-111; p. 115 (ll. 232-250: later addition). 


THE WITCH OF ATLAS:

To Mary, I-VII, X, XI, XIII, XIV, XVI, XXV, XXVI, XXVIII, XXXI, XLV-LVII, LIX-LXVIII, LXXIV, LXXV, LXXVIII: adds. e. 6, pp. 94 rev.-90 rev., 88 rev.-70 rev., 68 rev.-66 rev., 30 rev., 8 rev.

(fair draft)
To Mary, I-LXXVIII (complete): d. 1, ff. 15r-16r, 17r-32v. 


OEDIPUS TYRANNUS:

Dramatis Personae: adds. e. 8, p. 12.
I, i, 163(?): adds. e. 6, p. 34 rev.
I, i, 195-211: adds. e. 8, p. 157.
II, iii, 134-8: adds. e. 8, p. 13.

Fragments connected with Oedipus Tyrannus:
c. I, i, 46(?): adds. e. 8, p. 17.
c. II, i, 60-90(?): adds. e. 8, p. 18.


EPIPSYCHIDION:

Preface: d. 1, ff. 102v rev.-99v rev., 97r rev.-96v rev.
Ll. 1-4, 21-(?)53: adds. e. 8, pp. 47-51.
Ll. 13-20: adds. e. 8, pp. 149 rev.-148 rev.

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Ll. 72-123: adds. e. 8, pp. 61-66.
Ll. 123-9: adds. e. 8, pp. 96-97a.
Ll. 130-138: adds. e. 8, p. 98.
Ll. 142-6: adds. e. 8, p. 59.
Ll. 180-9: adds. c. 4, f. 10r.
Ll. 190-209: adds. e. 8, pp. 93-95.
Ll. 209-309: adds. e. 8, pp. 99-111.
Ll. 368-383: adds. e. 9, pp. 197 rev.-196 rev.
Ll. 513-523: adds. e. 8, pp. 152-3.
L. 525-end: d. 1, ff. 102v rev., 99v rev.-97r rev., 96r rev.-92v rev.
Ll. 541-2: adds. e. 8, p. 143.
Ll. 573-9: adds. e. 8, p. 142.

Fragments connected with Epipsychidion (Hutch., p. 424):
Ll. 1-93: adds. e. 12, pp. 66-71.
Ll. 38-44: adds. e. 6, p. 32.
Ll. 97-141: adds. e. 12, pp. 157-161.
Ll. 142-169: adds. c. 4, ff. 10r-11v.
        
Fragments and jottings connected with Epipsychidion:
Adds. e.12, pp. 38, 40, 41, 43, 153-4 (a very rough draft of ll. 162-189), 156(?).


ADONAIS:

Preface: adds. e. 20, rectos of ff. 7-18.
Cancelled passages of the Preface: adds. e. 20, f. 5r.

Adds. e. 20, ff. 29r-42r (hardly legible, most of the leaves being much damaged).
(A facsimile and transcript of these leaves is given in R. Ingpen, Shelley in England, 2 vols., 1917, ii, 675-687.)

IV: adds. e. 9, p. 25.
XXIX: adds. e. 9, pp. 334-5.
XXIX, 1-6: adds. e. 8, p. 112. (Cf. Rogers, p. 261.)
XXXI-XXXIII: adds. e. 9, pp. 188-9.
XXXIV: adds. e. 9, pp. 12-13.
XLV: adds. e. 9, pp. 204-5.
XLVI: adds. e. 9, pp. 212-5.

Fragments connected with Adonais: Passages of the Poem (Hutch., p. 445): 
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Ll. 1-9: adds. e. 9, p. 190.
Ll. 10-17: adds. e. 9, p. 18.
Ll. 18-28: adds. e. 9, p. 26.
Ll. 29-33: adds. e. 9, p. 29.
Ll. 34-39: adds. e. 9, p. 32.
        
Fragments connected with Adonais (printed in Verse and Prose):
Adds. e. 6, p. 18 (Verse and Prose, p. 42 [XI]).
Adds. e. 9, p. 8 (Verse and Prose, p. 42 [XII]).
Adds. e. 9, p. 9 (Verse and Prose, p. 43 [XIII]).
Adds. e. 9, p. 9 (Verse and Prose, p. 43 [XIV]).
Adds. e. 9, p. 10 (Verse and Prose, p. 37 [I]).
Adds. e. 9, p. 11 (Verse and Prose, p. 37 [II]).
Adds. e. 9, p. 13 (Verse and Prose, p. 38 [III]).
Adds. e. 9, p. 14 (Verse and Prose, p. 39 [VI]).
Adds. e. 9, p. 15 (Verse and Prose, p. 38 [IV]).
Adds. e. 9, p. 15 (Verse and Prose, p. 39 [V]).
Adds. e. 9, p. 16 (Verse and Prose, p. 41 [IX]).
Adds. e. 9, p. 17 (Verse and Prose, p. 40 [VII]).
Adds. e. 9, p. 23 (Verse and Prose, p. 40 [VIII]).
Adds. e. 9, p. 28 (Verse and Prose, p. 41 [X]).


HELLAS:

An early draft: adds. e. 7, pp. 3-12, 40-42.

Prologue to Hellas: adds. e. 7, pp. 13-39.

Adds. e. 7, pp. 42-51, 53-59, 61-91, 96-107, 110-129, 135-140, 160-183, 186-192, 195-202, 212-215, 232-234.

Fragments written for Hellas (Hutch., p. 648): adds. e. 7, pp. 40, 59, 60, 261 rev.-257 rev.

Notes (4), (6), (7), and first 4 lines of note (8): adds. c. 4, ff. 14r-16v. 


FRAGMENTS OF AN UNFINISHED DRAMA:

Adds. e. 18, pp. 156 rev. (ll. 1-14), 154 rev.-124 rev. (l. 15-end). 


CHARLES THE FIRST:

'Abstract or Program of Acts I and II': B-H III *1r-*4r, *5r (pp. 103-5). 
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Adds. e. 17, pp. 33-52, 55, 185 rev.-93b rev.; adds. c. 4, f. 136. 

Fragments connected with Charles the First(?): B-H I *12r (p. 185); B-H III 10v-11v (pp. 19-20).


THE TRIUMPH OF LIFE:

Adds. c. 4, ff. 19r-34v, 37r-53r (ll. 1-391, 406-end).

Discarded openings of The Triumph of Life: adds. c. 4, ff. 54r-58v. 


EARLY POEMS:

To Mary Wollstonecraft Godwin: adds. e. 12, pp. 8-11.

To --. 'Yet look on me': B-H II 1r, 2r (p. 4).

Lines: 'The cold earth slept below': adds. e. 12, pp. 29-30; adds. c. 4, ff. 79r-79v (fair draft).


POEMS WRITTEN IN 1816:

The Sunset: adds. e. 12, pp. 19-22.

Hymn to Intellectual Beauty: adds. e. 16, pp. 57-61.

Mont Blanc: adds. e. 16, pp. 3-13.

Unadopted Passage of Mont Blanc: adds. c. 4, f. 72v rev.

Fragment: Home: adds. e. 12, p. 19.

Fragment of a Ghost Story: adds. e. 16, p. 61.

Verses Written on Receiving a Celandine in a Letter from England (Jul., iii, 124): adds. e. 16, pp. 39-42.


POEMS WRITTEN IN 1817:

To Constantia, Singing: e. 4, ff. 34v, 35r, 36r, 36v rev.

To Constantia: e. 4, f. 84r rev.; adds. e. 10, p. 219.

Fragment: To One Singing: e. 4, f. 34r.

A Fragment: To Music: adds. e. 9, p. 113.

Another Fragment to Music: B-H I 4r (p. 118).

'Mighty Eagle': adds. e. 8, p. 139 rev.; B-H II 4r (p. 16); SC 398. 

To the Lord Chancellor: adds. e. 9, pp. 180-7.

To William Shelley: adds. e. 16, pp. 39-42.

>From the Original Draft of the Poem to William Shelley: adds. e. 16, pp. 63-64; adds. c. 4, f. 63r (ll. 5-10).

On Fanny Godwin: adds. c. 4, f. 68r.

Lines: 'That time is dead for ever': adds. e. 12, pp. 30-31. 

Death: adds. e. 16, pp. 47-46.

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Otho: adds. e. 16, pp. 24-28.

Fragments supposed to be part of Otho: adds. e. 12, p. 12. 

'O that a Chariot of Cloud were mine': adds. e. 16, p. 38. 

Fragments:
To a Friend released from Prison: adds. c. 4, f. 71r.
Igniculus Desiderii: e. 4, f. 34v rev.
Amor Aeternus: e. 4, f. 49r.
Thoughts come and go in Solitude: adds. e. 16, p. 66.

Lines to a Critic: adds. e. 9, pp. 343 rev.-342 rev.; adds. c. 4, f. 76v (fair copy in Mary's hand).

Ozymandias: e. 4, ff. 85v, 85r (fair draft).

A Ballad: Young Parson Richard: (Jul., iii, 152): adds. e. 6, pp. 136 rev., 130 rev., 117 rev.-110 rev., 96 rev.

Fragments: From the Bodleian MS. (II) ("Soft pillows for the fiend") (Jul., iii, 169): e. 4, f. 6r.

Fragments: From the Bodleian MS. (IV) ("Arise, sweet Mary, rise") (Jul., iii, 170): e. 4, f. 84r rev.

Fragments: From the Bodleian MS. (V) ("Heigh-ho, wisdom and folly") (Jul., iii, 170): e. 4, f. 47v.


POEMS WRITTEN IN 1818:

Passage of the Apennines: e. 4, f. 41v rev.

The Past: adds. e. 12, p. 104.

To Mary --: adds. e. 12, p. 202b rev.
        
On a Faded Violet: adds. e. 12, pp. 114, 152 (l. 1 only); e. 5, p. 10 (fair copy).
        
Scene from Tasso: adds. e. 11, pp. 166 rev.-161 rev.
        
Song for Tasso: adds. e. 12, pp. 39-40.

Invocation to Misery: e. 2, rectos (rev.) of ff. 35-31; adds. e. 12, pp. 105-6, 120-2, 128; adds. c. 4, ff. 79v-81v (fair draft).

Stanzas written in Dejection, near Naples: adds. e. 11, pp. 73 rev.-72 rev., 69 rev.-67 rev.; e. 5, pp. 7-9 (fair copy); Pierpont Morgan Library M.A. 406 (fair copy).

The Woodman and the Nightingale: adds. e. 8, pp. 89 rev.-85 rev. (ll. 1-39), 81 rev.-78 rev. (ll. 40-67).

Marenghi: e. 4, ff. 42r-47r, 48r.

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Sonnet: 'Lift not the painted veil': adds. e. 12, pp. 22-23 (first draft?); Pierpont Morgan Library M.A. 406 (fair copy).

Fragments:
To Byron: adds. e. 12, p. 204 rev.
Apostrophe to Silence: adds. e. 11, p. 155 rev.
The Lake's Margin: adds. e. 12, front pastedown endpaper rev.
'My head is wild with weeping': adds. e. 12, p. 24; adds. e. 19, p. 36.
The Vine-Shroud: adds. e. 12, p. 27.


POEMS WRITTEN IN 1819:

Lines written during the Castlereagh Administration: adds. e. 6, pp. 10-12 (first draft?), 95 rev. (fragment connected with this poem?). 

Song to the Men of England: adds. e. 6, p. 17 (fragment connected with the last stanza?); adds. c. 4, ff. 75v-76r (fair copy).

Similes for two Political Characters of 1819: adds. e. 12, pp. 60-61; adds. e. 15, front endpaper (st. IV).

Fragment: To the People of England: B-H II *57v-*59r, *60v-*61r (pp. 175-6, 177, 178-9, 180-1).

Fragment: 'What men gain fairly': B-H II *60r (p. 182).

A New National Anthem: adds. e. 6, pp. 19-21.

Sonnet: England in 1819: adds. e. 12, pp. 178, 182 (fair draft). 

An Ode written October, 1819: adds. e. 12, pp. 130-2 (fair draft); MS. Montagu d. 18, ff. 90-91 (fair copy entitled 'Ode for Music').

Ode to Heaven: e. 3, rectos (rev.) of ff. 17-20; B-H II *42r-*45r (pp. 141-3). 

Ode to the West Wind: B-H I *4r-*6r (pp. 163-4: stanzas I-III); adds. e. 12, pp. 63-65 (stanzas I-III), 155 (first 5 lines of st. IV); adds. e. 6, pp. 138 rev.-137 rev. (st. IV and last 5 lines of st. V); SC 547 (Shelley's note on the poem).

An Exhortation: B-H II *47v-*48v (p. 156).

The Indian Serenade: adds. e. 7, pp. 144-7, 153; adds. e. 17, pp. 200 rev.-199 rev. (cancelled passage).

To Sophia [Miss Stacey]: B-H II 2v (p. 11: st. I); adds. f. 1 (fair copy). 

To William Shelley, I: B-H II *45v-*46v (p. 152).

To William Shelley, II: adds. c. 4, f. 68r.

To Mary Shelley, I: adds. e. 12, p. 179 rev.

To Mary Shelley, II: adds. e. 12, p. 148.

Fragment: 'Follow to the deep wood's weeds': B-H II 2v (p. 11). 
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The Birth of Pleasure: B-H II *62v (p. 186).

Fragments:
Love the Universe to-day: adds. e. 11, pp. 71 rev. -70 rev.
'A gentle story of two lovers young': adds. c. 4, f. 72r.
Love's Tender Atmosphere: B-H II *59v (p. 183).
Wedded Souls: adds. e. 12, pp. 123-6.
'Is it that in some brighter sphere': adds. e. 6, back cover.
Sufficient unto the Day: adds. e. 6, back pastedown endpaper rev.
'Ye gentle visitations of calm thought': adds. e. 8, p. 145.
Music and Sweet Poetry: B-H II 3r (p. 14).
The Sepulchre of Memory: adds. e. 11, pp. 52-53.
'When a lover clasps his fairest': adds. e. 12, p. 108.
'Wake the serpent not': B-H II 5r (p. 18).
Rain: B-H II *22r (p. 107).
A Tale Untold: adds. e. 12, p. 4.
Wine of the Fairies: adds. e. 11, p. 49.
A Roman's Chamber: B-H II 2r (p. 10).
Rome and Nature: B-H II 3r (p. 15).     

'When a King ascends a throne', I (Jul., iii, 305), II (Jul., iii, 306): adds. e. 12, p. 119.

'When a King ascends a throne', III (Jul., iii, 306), IV (Jul., iii, 306): adds. e. 12, p. 141.

>From the Bodleian MS. (I) (Jul., iii, 306): e. 2, f. 23r rev. 

>From the Bodleian MS. (II) (Jul., iii, 306): e. 2, f. 1r. 


POEMS WRITTEN IN 1820:

The Sensitive Plant: adds. e. 12, pp. 44-47, 133-140, 142-3, 145-146a, 147, 161-3, 167-8, 170, 185-7, 220; B-H I *33r (pp. 201-2: III, ll. 126-137); 15v, *33v (p. 157: fragments connected with this poem?). 

A Vision of the Sea: B-H II *49r, etc. (pp. 161-172).

The Cloud: adds. e. 6, pp. 21 (ll. 63-65, 59-62, 71-72), 31 (l. 77-end), 35-37 (fair draft of l. 35-end).

To a Skylark: adds. e. 6, p. 97 rev. (first attempt?: cf. Rogers, pp. 206-210). 

Ode to Liberty: adds. e. 6, pp. 147 rev.-142 rev., 135 rev.-122 rev., 120 rev.-118 rev., 108 rev.-98 rev.

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Ode alla Liberta (Italian translation of the above): adds. c. 4, ff. 85r-88r, 89r-90v; 84r-84v (fair draft of ll. 1-34: cf. Rogers, p. 343). 

To --. 'I fear thy kisses, gentle maiden': adds. e. 12, pp. 115-6. 

Arethusa: adds. e. 6, pp. 154 rev.-151 rev. (first draft(?) of stanzas III-V); d. 2, ff. 5v-7v (fair copy in Mary's hand).

Song of Proserpine: d. 2, f. 8v (fair copy in Mary's hand).

Hymn of Apollo: adds. e. 6, pp. 23-25; d.2, ff. 22r-22v (fair copy in Mary's hand); adds. e. 6, p. 22 (fragment connected with this?).

Hymn of Pan: adds. e. 6, pp. 27-29; d. 2, ff. 22v-23v (fair copy in Mary's hand). 

The Question: adds. e. 12, pp. 164-6 (stanzas I-IV); adds. e. 6, p. 140 rev. (st. V.) 

The Two Spirits: An Allegory: adds. e. 12, pp. 13-17.

Ode to Naples: adds. e. 8, pp. 4-11 (first draft?); d. 1, ff. 9v (Shelley's note on the poem), 10r-14v; adds. c. 4, ff. 93-95 (fair copy). 

Autumn: A Dirge: adds. e. 7, pp. 142-3; adds. c. 4, ff. 99r-99v (fair draft). 

The Waning Moon: B-H I *2r (p. 159).

To the Moon: adds. e. 17, p. 53.

Death: adds. e. 9, pp. 199-200.

Liberty: adds. e. 6, pp. 14-15.

Summer and Winter: adds. e. 9, pp. 344 rev.-343 rev. (ll. 1-10). 

The Tower of Famine: adds. e. 8, pp. 92 rev.-90 rev.

The Allegory: B-H I 8r-8v (pp. 125-6).

The World's Wanderers: B-H III *14r-*14v (p. 132).

Lines to a Reviewer: adds. e. 12, pp. 179-180; adds. c. 4, f. 75r (fair copy); B-H II *28v (p. 116: fragment connected with last 5 lines). 

Fragment of a Satire on Satire: adds. e. 20, ff. 44r-44v (ll. 1-16, 27-32); B-H I 14r-16r (pp. 144-6).

Good-night: B-H II *48r-*48r (p. 159); adds. e. 6, p. 118 rev. (fair draft of stanzas I and II).

Buona Notte: adds. e. 17, pp. 23-24; adds. c. 4, f. 102r (stanzas I and III). 

Orpheus (in Mary's hand): adds. e. 17, pp. 5-10, 22.

Fiordispina: adds. e. 8, pp. 14-16 (l. 60-end), 52-57 (ll. 1-50), 60-61 (ll. 51-54), 67-68 (ll. 55-59).

Fragments:
The Deserts of Dim Sleep: adds. e. 9, p. 20.

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'The viewless and invisible consequence': adds. e. 9, p. 368 rev.
A Serpent-face: B-H I *2r (p 160).
'Such hope, as is the sick despair of good': adds. c. 4, f. 105r.
'Alas! this is not what I thought life was': adds. e. 12, pp. 26 (first draft?), 27-28 (second draft?).
Milton's Spirit: adds. e. 9, p. 333 rev.
'Unrisen splendour of the brightest sun': adds. e. 8, p. 121.
Pater Omnipotens: e. 4, f. 5v.
To the Mind of Men: e. 4, ff. 5v-6r.

Torpor ("My head is heavy, my limbs are weary") (Jul., iv, 75): e. 4, f. 84r rev. 

Fragments: From the Bodleian MS. (V) (Jul., iv, 77): d. 1, f. 87r. 


POEMS WRITTEN IN 1821:

Dirge for the Year: adds. e. 9, pp. 176, 178-9, 201.

To Night: B-H I 1v-2r (pp. 109-110); 3v (p. 111: rejected passages). 

Time: adds. e. 7, pp. 264 rev.-263 rev.; 262 rev. (fair draft). 

Lines: 'Far, far away': B-H III *12r, *13r (p. 128).

>From the Arabic: An Imitation: d. 1, ff. 8v, 9r; adds. e. 18, p. 163 rev. 

To Emilia Viviani: d. 1, f. 87r (first attempt?); adds. e. 20, ff. 2r, 3r, 4r; B-H I *28v-*30r (pp. 189-190).

The Fugitives: adds. e. 8, pp. 113-120.

To --. 'Music, when soft voices die': adds. e. 8, p. 154 rev. 

Mutability: adds. e. 7, front pastedown endpaper, pp. 1-2; 154 (fair draft). 

Lines written on hearing the News of the Death of Napoleon: adds. e. 17, pp. 206 rev.-202 rev.

Sonnet: Political Greatness: adds. e. 8, pp. 151 rev.-150 rev. 

The Aziola: adds. c. 4, f. 108r (st. I only).

A Lament: adds. e. 8, p. 123 rev.; adds. e. 18, p. 164 rev. (fair draft). 

Remembrance: B-H III 6r-9r (pp. 9-10).

To --. 'When passion's trance is overpast': adds. e. 12, pp. 6-7. 

Epithalamium (Hutch., p. 647): adds. d. 3, f. 59v.

Love, Hope, Desire, and Fear: adds. e. 7, pp. 155-9.
        
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Fragment: 'I would not be a king': adds. e. 7, pp. 90-91.

Ginevra: adds. e. 8, pp. 138 rev.-136 rev. (ll. 1-11), 135 rev-133 rev.,130 rev.-124 rev. (ll. 13-49), 122 rev.; adds. e. 18, pp. 1-27 (l. 48-end). 

Evening: Ponte al Mare, Pisa: adds. e. 9, pp. 346-7; 370 rev. (l. 2). 

The Boat on the Serchio: adds. e. 17, pp. 218 rev.-208 rev. (ll. 53-67, 74-end).

Music: adds. e. 12, pp. 109-112.

Sonnet to Byron: adds. e. 7, p. 228 rev. (ll. 1-4); adds. e. 17, p. 94 rev. (ll. 1-11).

Fragment on Keats: adds. e. 7, p. 256 rev.

Fragment: 'Methought I was a billow in the crowd': adds. e. 9, pp. 21 (first draft?), 117 (second draft?).

To-morrow: adds. e. 8, p. 19.

Stanza: 'If I walk in Autumn's even': B-H I *13v (p. 186). 

Fragments:
A Wanderer: B-H II *37v (p. 123).
Life rounded with Sleep: adds. e. 12, p. 180.
Zephyrus the Awakener: B-H II 7r (p. 19).
Rain: adds. e. 11, p. 123; B-H I *2r (p. 160).
'When soft winds and sunny skies': adds. e. 12, p. 181.
'And that I walk thus proudly crowned': B-H I *14v-*15r (pp. 171-2).
'The rude wind is singing': adds. e. 18, p. 158 rev.
'Great Spirit': e. 4, front endpaper.
'O thou immortal deity': adds. e. 6, p. 33.
The False Laurel and the True: B-H I *14r (p. 171).
May the Limner: d. 1, f. 33r.
Beauty's Halo: d. 1, f. 104r rev.
'The death knell is ringing': d. 1, f. 108r rev.; adds. e. 8, p. 22 rev.
'I stood upon a heaven-cleaving turret': d. 1, f. 111r rev.

'His life seemed one long carnival' (Jul., iv, 117): adds. e. 9, p. 15 (Verse and Prose, p. 38 [IV])


POEMS WRITTEN IN 1822:

The Zucca: adds. e. 7, p. 1 (first draft(?) of st. 1); adds. e. 17, pp. 198 rev.-186 rev.

The Magnetic Lady to her Patient: University Library, King's College, Aberdeen, MS 937 (fair copy).

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Lines: 'When the lamp is shattered': adds. e. 18, pp. 159 rev.-157 rev., 155 rev.; British Library add. MS. 37232 (fair copy); Glasgow University Library MS. Gen. 505/34 (fair copy of first 3 stanzas).

To Jane: The Invitation: Cambridge University Library add. MS. 4444 (fair copy). 

To Jane: The Recollection: adds. c. 4, f. 64r (ll. 29-33); British Library add. MS. 37538G, ff. 40-41 (fair copy).

With a Guitar, to Jane: adds. e. 18, p. 105 rev. (ll. 1-12); adds. e. 3 (fair copy).

To Jane: 'The keen stars were twinkling': adds. c. 4, ff. 56r, 33v, 38v; University of Manchester Library MS. (fair copy).

Lines written in the Bay of Lerici: adds. c. 4, ff. 35r-36v. 

Lines: 'We meet not as we parted': B-H III *15r-*18v (pp. 136-7, 138-9: very rough draft).

The Isle: adds. e. 12, p. 107.

Fragment: To the Moon: adds. c. 4, f. 35r.

Epitaph: B-H I *28r (p. 187).


TRANSLATIONS:

Hymn to Mercury. Translated from the Greek of Homer: adds. e. 9, pp. 119-175, 177.

Homer's Hymn to Castor and Pollux: adds. e. 12, pp. 234 rev.-231 rev. 

Homer's Hymn to the Moon: adds. e. 12, pp. 230 rev.-228 rev.; 226 rev.-225 rev. (fair draft).

Homer's Hymn to the Sun: adds. e. 12, pp. 224 rev.-222 rev.; 222 rev.-220 rev. (fair draft).

Homer's Hymn to the Earth: Mother of All: adds. e. 12, pp. 219 rev.-217 rev.; 216 rev.-215 rev. (fair draft).

Homer's Hymn to Minerva: adds. e. 12, pp. 214 rev.-213 rev.; 212 rev.-211 rev. (fair draft).

Homer's Hymn to Venus: adds. e. 12, pp. 210 rev.-205 rev.

The Cyclops: A Satyric Drama. Translated from the Greek of Euripides: e. 4, ff. 49v-58v, 61v-67r, 37r-38r, 67v-68v, 72v-73v, 60v-61r. 

Epigrams:
I. To Stella. From the Greek of Plato: adds. e. 9, p. 317 (first draft?); adds. e. 8, pp. 145 rev.; 142 rev. (fair draft); adds. e. 9, p. 317 (original Greek text).
II. Kissing Helena. From the Greek of Plato: adds. e. 8, pp. 147 rev. (first draft?),

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146 rev. (first 2 lines), 144 rev. (second draft?); adds. e. 9, pp. 316; 317 (original Greek text).
III. Spirit of Plato. From the Greek: adds. e. 8, p. 147 rev.; adds. e. 9, p. 319 (original Greek text).
IV. Circumstance. From the Greek: adds. e. 8, p. 144 rev.

Fragment of the Elegy on the Death of Adonis. From the Greek of Bion: British Library Ashley MS. 5031, ff. 1r-2r.

Fragment of the Elegy on the Death of Bion. From the Greek of Moschus: SC 394.  

Pan, Echo, and the Satyr. From the Greek of Moschus: adds. e. 12, p. 31 (fair draft); British Library Ashley MS. 5031, f. 2v.

>From Vergil's Tenth Eclogue: e. 4, ff. 59r-60v.

>From Vergil's Fourth Georgic: e. 4, ff. 38v, 47v

The First Canzone of the Convito. From the Italian of Dante: adds. e. 9, pp. 337-9, 341.

Matilda gathering Flowers. From the Purgatorio of Dante: adds. e. 6, pp. 39-42. 

Scenes from the Magico Prodigioso. From the Spanish of Calderon: B-H III 14v-34v (pp. 26-29, 37-45, 63-66, 75-81: sc. I, complete, and sc. II, l. 62-end); adds. e. 18, pp. 58-59, 62-82 (sc. II, ll. 1-61 and sc. III, complete).

Scenes from the Faust of Goethe: adds. c. 4, ff. 142-176 (literal paraphrase of a number of scenes down to Part I, l. 1213); adds. e. 18, pp. 103 rev.-93 rev. (sc. I), 61 rev. (sc. II, ll. 1-3), 57 rev.-28 rev. (sc. II, ll. 1-326), 116 rev.-107 rev. (sc. II, 1. 327-end); adds. c. 4, ff. 126r-130v (fair draft of 'sc. I. Prologue in Heaven'), 112r-125r (fair draft of 'sc. II. May-day Night').


JUVENILIA:

To Death: SC 120.



PROSE

On the Punishment of Death (Jul., vi, 185): adds. e. 8, pp. 23-41. 

On Life (Jul., vi, 193): Pierpont Morgan Library M.A. 408. 

On Love (Jul., vi, 201): adds. e. 11, pp. 1-9 (fair draft); SC 488 (Mary's transcript).

On a Future State (Jul., vi, 205): adds. e. 11, pp. 154 rev.-128 rev. 

Essay on Christianity (Jul., vi, 227): e. 4, ff. 7r-33v; adds. c. 4, ff. 276-9. 

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On the Moral Teaching of Christ (Jul., vi, 255): adds. c. 4, ff. 295r-296r. 

Una Favola (Jul., vi, 279): B-H I *35v-*41r, *3v-*7v (III, pp. 158, 160, 162, 164, 166, 168, 170); adds. c. 4, ff. 250-2 (fair draft lacking last 27 lines).

Fragments on Reform (Jul., vi, 295): adds. e. 8, pp. 45-46; adds. c. 4, ff. 282r, 283r.

The Coliseum (Jul., vi, 299): adds. e. 12, pp. 201 rev.-187 rev. (Jul., vi, 299-303, l. 13); adds. c. 4, ff. 198-201 (Jul., vi, 303 n, 304, l. 3-306, l. ult.); adds. c. 5, ff. 12-16 (Jul., vi, 299-304, l. 3: fair draft; ff. 12r-16r, l. 3, in Mary's hand).

The Arch of Titus (Jul., vi, 309): adds. c. 4, ff. 207r-207v. 

On the Vegetable System of Diet (Jul., vi, 335) (part): adds. c. 4, ff. 267-272. 

A Philosophical View of Reform (Jul., vii, 3): SC 546.

Speculations on Metaphysics (Jul., vii, 59): d. 1, ff. 113v rev.-111v rev., 110r rev.-109v rev.; adds. c. 4, ff. 183r-185v.

Speculations on Morals (Jul., vii, 71): d. 1, ff. 114v rev.-113v rev., 2r-6v; adds. c. 4, ff. 190r-195r; SC 339.

On the Devil and Devils (Jul., vii, 87): adds. e. 9, pp. 35-92. 

A Defence of Poetry (Jul., vii, 109): d. 1, ff. 86v rev.-34r rev. (first draft?); adds. e. 20, versos of ff. 1-22; ff. 42v, 43v; adds. c. 4, ff. 212r-230r, 232r-236v, 238r-241r, 242r-242v.

Fragment connected with A Defence of Poetry: d. 1, f. 110v rev. 

Prose Fragments:
An Essay on Friendship (Jul., vii, 143): B-H II 3v (p. 15: first 4 lines in brackets); adds. c. 4, ff. 204r-204v.
On Miracles (Jul., vii, 147): adds. c. 4, ff. 299r-300v.
On Marriage (Jul., vii, 149): e. 4, ff. 39r-40v.
On Polytheism (Jul., vii, 151): adds. e. 9, pp. 93-94.
On Beauty. Three Fragments (Jul., vii, 154): adds. e. 7, p. 236 rev. (I); adds. e. 9, p. 359 (II); adds. e. 17, pp. 25-26 (III, in Mary's hand).

Shelley's Note on The Banquet of Plato (Jul., vii, 160): adds. e. 16, p. 37. (Cf. Rogers, p. 44; see 'Note on 

Plato's Symposium' in the 'Memoranda and Excerpts from Shelley's Reading' section below.)

On the Symposium (Jul., vii, 161): adds. e. 6, pp. 60-65.

A Discourse on the Manners of the Ancients (Jul., vii, 223): adds. e. 11, pp. 17-41; adds. e. 6, pp. 45-59.

Ion (Jul., vii, 233): e. 1, ff. 16v-17v, 19r, 21r, 23r, 26r, 27r; rectos of ff. 36-46; ff. 1v rev., 1r rev.; front pastedown endpaper rev. (an earlier draft of Jul., vii, 233-240,

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l. 9); adds. c. 4, ff. 258r-259v (an earlier draft of Jul., vii, 243, l. 9-246, l. 24).

On the Jews. Translated from Tacitus (Jul., vii, 267): adds. c. 4, ff. 286r-289v.

Passages from Goethe's Faust (Jul., vii, 277): See Scenes from the Faust of Goethe in the 'Translations' section above.

Refutation of Deism. Fragment of a Draft (Jul., vii, 281): e. 4, ff. 1r-5r. 


PUBLISHED FRAGMENTS OR JOTTINGS (but not included in Hutchinson's or the Julian edition; in order of publication):

Verse:

E. 4
f. 75v ("Praxitelean shapes whose marble smiles..."): Locock (1903), p. 75 (cf. Prometheus Unbound, III, iii, 165-6).

B-H I
4r (p. 120), 4v (p. 121), 6r (p. 11), 7r (pp. 121-2), 7v (p. 125), 9v (pp. 199-200), 10r (pp. 130, 134), 12r (p. 135), *2v (p. 161), *3r (pp. 161, 162), *7v (p. 170: a doggerel), *10v (p. 182), *11r (p. 182), *11v (p. 184), *12r (p. 185), *13r (p. 185), *22r (p. 187), *28r (p. 188), *30v (p. 198), *31v (p. 199).

B-H II
1v (p. 9), 6r (p. 19), 9r (p. 9), 24r (p. 82), 25r (p. 82), 25v (p. 40: entitled 'The Spirit'; connected with The Mask of Anarchy?), *5v (p. 83), *23r (p.108: 2 fragments, one of which is a doggerel), *24r (p. 109), *27v (p. 113: "Proteus Wordsworth who shall bind thee"; cf. Rogers, p. 217), *36r (p. 122: containing a line "If the Spade & the Plough & the Loom" reminiscent of 'Song to the Men of England', l. 29), *47v (p. 155), *48r (p. 159), *51v (p. 173: "A poet of the finest water"; cf. Rogers, p. 219), *52v-*53r (p. 174), *63r (pp. 184-5).

B-H III
1r (p. 4), 3r (pp. 4-5), 4v-5r (p. 6: connected with 'An Ode written October 1819' or with Hellas?), 7v (p. 17), 8r (p. 18), 8v (p. 17), 10r (p. 19), *6r-*7v, *8v, *10v (pp. 108-110: 'Herne's Feast'; cf. Rogers, p. 334), *10r (p. 127), *11r (p. 127).

Adds. e. 6, pp. 12-13: Verse and Prose, p. 6 (III).

Adds. e. 6, p. 13: Verse and Prose, p. 70 ("Additional lines" to 'To the People of England').

Adds. e. 7, back pastedown endpaper: Verse and Prose, p. 5 (I: 'Eros'). 

Adds. e. 8, p. 112: Verse and Prose, p. 6 (IV).

Adds. e. 8, p. 155 rev.: Verse and Prose, p. 70 ("Additional lines" to 'Music, 
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when soft voices die').

Adds. e. 8, p. 146 rev.; adds. e. 9, p. 318: Verse and Prose, p. 9 (IX: 'To Zanthippe').

Adds. e. 9, p. 20: Verse and Prose, p. 7 (V).

Adds. e. 12, p. 3: Verse and Prose, p. 5 (II: 'To Emilia Viviani'). 

Adds. e. 12, pp. 5, 6: Verse and Prose, p. 8 (VIII).

Adds. e. 12, p. 18: Verse and Prose, p. 7 (VI).

Adds. e. 12, p. 35: Verse and Prose, p. 7 (VII).

Adds. c. 4, f. 37r: Verse and Prose, p. 71; Rogers, p. 288; D. H. Reiman, Shelley's "The Triumph of Life": a Critical Study, 1965, pp. 246-7. 

Adds. c. 4, f. 139r ("If the good money which I lent to thee"): Verse and Prose, p. 10 (X).

Adds. e. 8, p. 112 ("The Sun rides forth & many reptiles spawn"): Rogers, p. 261.

Adds. e. 12, p. 62: Rogers, p. 197.

Adds. e. 12, p. 113: Rogers, p. 203 (a fragment connected with 'Music' (1821) and 'On a Faded Violet' (1818)).

Adds. c. 4, f. 26v rev. ("[The] earthquake is rocking"): D. H. Reiman, op. cit., p. 246.

Adds. e. 10, pp. 126 (OET Shelley, II, 371), 128a (OET Shelley, II, 372), 129a (OET Shelley, II, 372), 215 (OET Shelley, II, 374), 217 rev. (OET Shelley, II, 374).

Adds. e. 19, pp. 35 (OET Shelley, II, 365-6), 37 (OET Shelley, II, 366), 39 (OET Shelley, II, 364), 50-51 (OET Shelley, II, 367-8).


Prose:

Adds. e. 8, pp. 74-77: R. Garnett, Relics of Shelley, 1862, pp. 88-89 (some prose connected with A Defence of Poetry). Cf. Rogers, p. 257. 

E. 4, f. 5v: Locock (1903), p. 71.

E. 4, f. 6r: Locock (1903), p. 73.

E. 4, f. 7r: Locock (1903), p. 73; Koszul, p. 10.

E. 4, f. 43v: Locock (1903), p. 73.

D. 1, ff. 91v rev.-91r rev., 89v rev.: Koszul, p. 121 (I), (II). (According to J. A. Notopoulos, The Platonism of Shelley, 1949, p. 353, these are a summary of Shelley's translation of Plato's Ion, 533d3-534b7.) 

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D. 1, ff. 43r rev., 42v rev., 42r rev.: Koszul, p. 122 (III). 

D. 1, f. 36v rev.: Koszul, p. 122 n.

D. 1, f. 35r rev.: Koszul, p. 122 (IV).

E. 4, f. 6r: Koszul, p. 56.

E. 4, f. 6v (2 jottings): Koszul, p. 10.

E. 4, f. 35r: Koszul, p. 56.

E. 4, f. 41r: Koszul, p. 148 ('Drama of Tasso').

E. 4, f. 84v rev.: Koszul, pp. 124-5 ('Essay in Favour of Polytheism. Design'). 

B-H I *1r (p. 158), *9r-*8v (p. 181), *8v (pp. 181-2), *10r (p. 182). 

B-H II 1v (p. 9), 3r (p. 15), *6r (pp. 83-84), *19r-*20r (pp. 100-2: 'Shelley's Excursus on the Imagery of Shakespeare and the Greek tragedians'), *52r (p. 173).

B-H III *8r (p. 126), *9r (p. 127).

Adds. e. 11, p. 52: Notopoulos, op. cit., p. 539 (fragment probably connected with A Discourse on the Manners of the Ancients). 

Adds. e. 8, pp. 70-71: Rogers, pp. 16-17 ('a dialogue between himself ... and a baffled critic').

Adds. e. 8, pp. 72-73: Rogers, p. 257 (a dialogue on Keats's Lamia volume). 

Adds. e. 9, pp. 24-25: Rogers, p. 264.

Adds. e. 11, p. 88: Rogers, p. 64; Webb, Violet, p. 71.

Adds. e. 18, front endpaper: Rogers, p. 20 ("The spring rebels not against winter ...").

Adds. e. 9, p. 314 rev.: I. Massey, Posthumous Poems of Shelley, 1969, p. 306 ("It is the repository of a sacred loss"). Cf. Rogers, p. 263. 

SC 124 (Fragment of Aristotle's Ethics, IX, viii, 1168a-1169a: translation). 

SC 516 (Fragment of Plato's Republic, 485c-486b: translation). 

Adds. e. 10, p. 128a ("The < > scene too with < > there! ..."): OET Shelley, II, 372.

Adds. e. 19, pp. 3, 21: OET Shelley, II, 365.

Adds. e. 9, pp. 117-8: Webb, Violet, p. 126.

Adds. e. 9, p. 211, Webb, Voice, p. 158.

Adds. c. 4, f. 7v rev.: Webb, Voice, p. 216 (Meaning of the word Atheist). 

(In Italian)
B-H I *34v (p. 204).

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British Library Ashley MS. 4086, f. 2r: Rogers, p. 236 n. 2. 

Notation for Some Tune:
B-H I *31r (p. 199).


UNPUBLISHED FRAGMENTS OR JOTTINGS:

Verse:

E. 2, back pastedown endpaper.

E. 4, f. 37r.

Adds. e. 6, pp. 9, 16, 69, 149-150 ('Arethusa'), 132 rev., 103 rev. 

Adds. e. 7, pp. 41, 92, 93, 94, 95, 108-9, 141, 149, 150, 151, 229 rev. 

Adds. e. 8, pp. 1, 2, 3, 112 ("I would not be that which another is ..."), 42 rev., 155 rev., 141 rev.-140b rev. ("Round in my hollow heart they lie. . .").

Adds. e. 9, pp. 19, 22, 30, 190, 192, 193, 194, 195, 198, 297 ("A plain as green as the emerald Sea"), 348, 358, 373, 334 rev., 332 rev., 298 rev. (6 lines in archaic English).

Adds. e. 10, p. 218.

Adds. e. 11, pp. 54, 75 rev.

Adds. e. 12, pp. 2, 5, 6, 25, 26, 34-35, 103a, 103b, 117 (cf. Webb, Voice, p. 240), 118, 127, 129, 144, 147, 163, 169-170, 183, 184, 204 rev., 180 rev.

Adds. e. 14, pp. 4, 37 rev.

Adds. e. 17, pp. 4 (in Mary's hand), 28, 54.

Adds. e. 18, pp. 162 rev., 91 rev.-89 rev.

Adds. e. 19, p. 76 rev.; inside of back cover.

Adds. e. 20, f. 6r.

Adds. c. 4, ff. 37r, 61r, 179r-179v, 198v.

(In Italian)
Adds. e. 9, p. 364 rev.
Adds. e. 12, pp. 1, 37, 149.
Adds. e. 20, ff. 24r-27r. (Cf. Jul., iv, 89-92 and R. Ingpen, op. cit., ii, 688-690.)

Prose:
D. 1, front pastedown endpaper, 110v rev., 35r rev.
E. 4, front pastedown endpaper, ff. 6v, 75v, 85r, 85v, 84v rev., 83v rev., 83r rev. 
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Adds. e. 6, pp. 4, 5, 6, 7, 67, 139 rev.
Adds. e. 7, pp. 1, 193, 194.
Adds. e. 9, pp. 192 (mentioning Plato), 346 rev.
Adds. e. 10, pp. 130, 144, 216.
Adds. e. 11, pp. 55, 73, 112 rev.
Adds. e. 12, pp. 36, 161, 162.
Adds. e. 14, pp. 1, 2, 38 rev. (list of 5 books).
Adds. e. 15, p. 2.
Adds. e. 19, inside of back cover.
Adds. e. 20, ff. 1r, 5r.
Adds. c. 4, f. 267r.

(In Italian)
Adds. e. 8, p. 121 rev.
Adds. e. 12, p. 96.


JOURNAL:

Part of a journal published as Letters III and IV in History of a Six Weeks' Tour: adds. e.16, pp. 45 rev., 56 rev.-48 rev., 66 rev.; adds. c. 4, f. 65.


DRAFT OF LETTERS:

To Mr Waller re Queen Mab, 22 Nov. 1817 (Jones, i, 566): adds. c. 4, f. 303. 

Part of a letter to Leigh Hunt, 15 Aug. 1819, on Julian and Maddalo (Jones, ii, 107): B-H II *1r-*1v (I, p. 143).

To the Editor of The Quarterly Review, ?Oct. 1819 (Jones, ii, 130): adds. e.12, pp. 150-151a.

To the Editor of The Examiner [Leigh Hunt], 3 Nov. 1819 (Jones, ii, 136): adds. c. 4, ff. 263a-263b.

To the Editor of The Literary Miscellany [Charles Ollier], early March 1821 (Jones, ii, 272): d. 1, ff. 81r-78v (first and second drafts); adds. c. 4, f. 245 (third draft).

To [a Lady], ?spring of 1821 (Jones, ii, 277): adds.c. 4, f. 292. 

To the Editor of The Examiner re Queen Mab, 22 June 1821 (Jones, ii, 304): adds. e. 9, pp. 206-9.

To Captain Daniel Roberts, ?24 June 1822 (Jones, ii, 440): adds. c. 4, f. 48v rev.

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ITALIAN LETTERS TO EMILIA VIVIANI (See also Jones, ii, 447-9):
Adds. e. 8, pp. 20-21: Rogers, p. 342 (5) (tr. pp. 240-1).
Adds. e. 8, p. 21 rev.: Rogers, p. 342 (4) (tr. p. 240).
Adds. e. 8, p. 43b: Rogers, pp. 341-2 (3) (tr. p. 239).
Adds. e. 8, p. 44b: Rogers, p. 341 (1) (tr. p. 238).
Adds. e. 9, pp. 32-33: Rogers, p. 341 (2) (tr. p. 239).

ITALIAN PROSE mentioning T. Sgricci, the actor, and Pisa (account of a tragedy on the death of Hector): adds. e. 17, pp. 11-21. (Printed by P. M. S. Dawson in his article 'Shelley and the Improvvisatore Sgricci,' Keats-Shelley Memorial Bulletin, XXXII (1981), 19-29.)

SOME NOTES BY MARY ON THE HISTORY OF FLORENCE (probably memoranda and excerpts from Storia Fiorentina by Giovanni Villani): adds. e. 17, pp. 234 rev.-221 rev.

A SONNET in a hand neither Shelley's nor Mary's (Thomas Medwin's [ex inf. Nora Crook]): adds. e.17, p. 126.

A VERSE in the same hand as the above: adds. e. 18, p. 60 rev. (A translation of Calderon's La Vida es Sueno, [II, xix]: see Rogers, pp. 176-7 and Webb, Violet, p. 221.)


MEMORANDA AND EXCERPTS FROM SHELLEY'S READING:

Pindar, Isthmian Odes, IV, 5-6, 18-24, 40-44 (Loeb ed., pp. 460, 462, 464): adds. e. 8, pp. 132 rev.-131 rev. (Cf. Rogers, p. 252 and Webb, Voice, p. 42.)

Pindar, Isthmian Odes, V, 1-3 (Loeb ed., p. 472): adds. e. 8, p. 131 rev.

Pindar, Isthmian Odes, VIII, 44 (Loeb ed., p. 502): adds. e. 8, p. 131 rev.

Pindar, Olympian Odes, XIII, 28, 35-36, 70-72, 77, 78, 86, 88, 91-92, 96 (Loeb ed., pp. 134, 136, 138, 140) (with Shelley's notes): B-H II *35v-*35r (pp. 119-120).

Pindar, Olympian Odes, XIV, 20-21 (Loeb ed., p. 148) (with Shelley's note): B-H II *35r (p. 121).

Pindar, Pythian Odes, II, 50-52 (Loeb ed., pp. 174, 176): B-H II *27r (p. 111).

Pindar, Pythian Odes, VIII, 95-97 (Loeb ed., p. 268): adds. e. 6, p. 143 rev.

Apollonius Rhodius, Argonautica, IV, 214-7, 238-240, 248-250, 264-5, 442-4, 701 (Loeb ed., pp. 308, 310, 312, 324, 340) (with Shelley's notes): adds. e. 9, pp. 340 rev.-339 rev. 

Anacreontea, 2 (ll. 1-2), 55 (ll. 27-28) (Loeb ed., pp. 20, 90): adds. e. 8, back pastedown endpaper.

Aeschylus, Agamemnon, ll. 1-37 (Loeb ed., II, 6, 8): adds. e. 17, pp. 1-2.

Aeschylus, Agamemnon, ll. 49-54, 75, 81-81, 274, 276, 321, 324-5, 493-4, 503-5, 525, 538-541, 560-1, 563-6, 590-1, 596-7, 755-760, 772-3, 819-820, 896-901, 919-922, 944-5, 1063, 1080-1, 1087, 1120-4, 1125-6, 1142-6 (Loeb ed., II, 10, 12, 26, 30, 42, 44, 46, 48, 50, 52, 64, 68, 74, 76, 78, 88, 90, 92, 96, 98) (with Shelley's notes): B-H II *38r-*41v (pp. 128-132, 134-140). 

Aeschylus, Persae, ll. 107-114, 215-6, 232, 238, 241-2 (Loeb ed., I, 116, 118, 126, 128): adds. e. 9, pp. 376 rev.-375 rev.

Aeschylus, Prometheus Vinctus, l. 212 (Loeb ed., I, 234): adds. e. 10, back pastedown endpaper. 

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Euripides, Hippolytus, ll. 1004-5 (with Shelley's note) (Loeb ed., IV, 240): adds. e. 6, p. 69. 

Euripides, Hippolytus, ll. 1013-5 (Loeb ed., IV, 240): adds. e. 8, p. l.

Euripides, Hercules Furens, l. 342 (Loeb ed., III, 154): adds. e. 6, p. 137 rev. (Cf. Rogers, pp. 18-19 and Webb, Voice, p. 218.)

Notes on Herodotus, I, vii-xiv (on Candaules and Gyges): adds. e. 11, p. 11. 

Annotations in a copy of Herodotus: SC 487.

Plutarch, 'Life of Agesilaus,' II, 1 (Loeb ed., V, 3-4) (with Shelley's note): adds. e. 12, p. 56.

Diogenes Laertius, VI, 12 (Loeb ed., II, 12): adds. e. 10, front cover. (Cf. OET Shelley, II, 369.) 

Note on Athenaeus, I, 19e (Loeb ed., I, 84-85): adds. e. 9, p. 374 rev. 

Note on Athenaeus, I, 20e-20f (Loeb ed., I, 90-91): adds. e. 9, p. 374 rev. 

Note on Athenaeus, V, 215c-220a (Loeb ed., II, 475-495) (?): adds. e. 6, p. 67. 

Athenaeus, XIII, 571e-571f (Loeb ed., VI, 88): adds. e. 9, p. 372 rev. 

Reference to Athenaeus, XIII, 575b ff. (Loeb ed., VI, 104-9) ("The story of Zariadres & Odatis -- being in love in dream 575 Athenaeus"): adds. e. 9, p. 372 rev. (Cf. Rogers, p. 169.)

Note on Athenaeus, XIII, 603e-604d (Loeb ed., VI, 253-9): adds. e. 6, pp. 68-69. 

"Strabo/Pausanias": adds. e. 19, inside of back cover.

Plato, Apology, 29a4-b2, 36d9-e1 ("p. 67 [Bipont ed.] et amplius"): adds. e. 10, p. 219 rev. (Cf. K.-S. J., XV (1966), 100 and Webb, Voice, pp. 198, 217.) 

Note on Plato's Apology, 40c4 ff. (p. 94 [Bipont ed.]): adds. e. 10, p. 218 rev. (Cf. K-S. J., XV, 101.)

Plato, Phaedo, 108c5-8, 115c6-d2: adds. e. 6, p. 144 rev. (Cf. K.-S. J., XV, 111.)

Note on Plato's Symposium, 173d, 182c ("p. 167 l. 10, p. 186 l. 5 [Bipont ed.] motto for an ?antiworldling"): adds. e. 10, p. 172. (Cf. OET Shelley, II, 376-7.)

Note on Plato's Symposium: adds. e. 16, p. 37. (Cf. Rogers, p. 44; reproduced in K.-S. J., XV, 114.)

Plato, Republic, 472d4-7: adds. e. 18, p. 164 rev. (Cf. Rogers, p. 21; K.-S. J., XV, 112.)

Plato, Republic, 476c2-7: adds. e. 18, back pastedown endpaper. (Cf. Rogers, p. 21; K.-S. J., XV, 112.) 

Note on Plato's Republic, 328a1-5: e. 3, f. 28r ("The beginning of Platos Republic" against a draft of Prometheus Unbound, III, iii, 169-170). (Cf. K.-S. J.,

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XV, 113 and L. Zillman, ed., Shelley's Prometheus Unbound: a Variorum Edition, 1959, p. 245.)

Note on Plato's Republic, 587d12-e4: adds. e. 9, p. 319; adds. e.12, p. 8. (Cf. Notopoulos, op. cit., p. 501.)

Reference to Plato's Gorgias, 502b: adds. e. 18, back pastedown endpaper ("In the matter of the excellence of dramatic poetry see Plato page 324"). (Cf. K.-S. J., XXX (1981), 18 ff;)

Plato, Leges, 653c9-654a7: d. 1, ff. 88v rev., 87r rev. (Cf. K.-S. J., XV, 110.) 

Horace, Odes, I, xxviii, 1-2: adds. e. 8, p. 156 rev.

Job, 5:23, 13:26, etc.: adds. e.18, p. 160 rev.

"Solomon's Song Cap. 4 - V. 9, particularly 4 v. 12 or Cap. 5 v. 2": adds. e. 14, p. 1. (Cf. OET Shelley, II, 363.)

"Isaiah Chap. 13, 14": adds. e. 9, p. 211. (Cf. Webb, Voice, p. 158.) 

Matthew, 4:16, 5:3-5, 8-12: adds. e. 9, p. 210. (Cf. Webb, Voice, p. 159.) 

Matthew, 5:38-45 ("Against revenge"); Acts, 18:24-28 ("That Xt was not thought to be God"): e. 4, f. 6v. (Cf. Koszul, p. 10.) 

Notes on the New Testament (first 20 chapters of Luke): adds. e. 9, pp. 1-8. (Cf. Webb, Voice, pp. 130, 158, 188 n. 5.)

Luke, 6:46 ("Why call ye me Lord Lord & do not things I say"): adds. e. 9, front endpaper (p. ii).

A tabular comparison of statements in the four gospels: B-H II *29r-*31r (p. 118).

Apocrypha: Wisdom of Solomon, 2:19-21; 5:7-14, 20-21; 6:13, 15-18; 7:1-5, 17-30; 8:16, 19-20; 12:10: adds. e. 8, pp. 166 rev.-159 rev. (Cf. Webb, Voice, pp. 130, 170; Rogers, p. 265.)

Apocrypha: Ecclesiasticus, 37:11-14: adds. e. 8, pp. 158 rev., 156 rev. 

Dante, Convito (with Shelley's notes): adds. e. 8, pp. 168 rev.-167 rev. (Cf. Rogers, pp. 235, 340-1.)

Dante, Purgatorio, xx, 46ff.: adds. e. 9, p. 364 rev.

"Ariosto, Canto 35 < >, 36": adds. e. 11, back pastedown endpaper.

Calderon, Los Cabellos de Absalon, I, xv, 28-30: B-H I *3v (p. 162). 

"See Clarke's Travels/ Peloponnese/ p. 614": adds. e. 19, p. 1. (Cf. OET Shelley, II, 364.)

"Hobbes, Leviathan, p. 50  l. 14 from the bottom. This 11 chapter very masterly 

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to the conclusion": adds. e. 9, p. 372 rev.

David Hume, History of England (chapters on Charles I): adds. e. 7, pp. 255 rev.-237 rev.

"Female eminence Gibbon Vol. 8  p. 284": e. 4, f. 58r. (Cf. Locock [1903], p.73.) 

"A thousand globe of gold suspended in the dome Gibbon Vol. 8. p. 228": e. 4, f. 84v rev. (Cf. Locock [1903], p. 73.)

Sir Humphrey Davy, Elements of Agricultural Chemistry: adds. e. 6, pp. 172 rev.-155 rev.


Unidentified excerpts:

(In Greek)
E. 1, f. 1r.
Adds. e. 8, p. 156 rev.
Adds. e. 12, back pastedown endpaper rev.
Adds. e. 20, f. 18r.

(In Latin)
D. 1, f. 89r (cf. Koszul, p. 122 n.).
D. 2, f. 36v: "Notiones ipsae mentis -- quae verborum quasi anima sunt" (in Mary's hand).
Adds. e. 8, back pastedown endpaper.

(In French)
Adds. e. 12, p. 62 (cf. Rogers, p. 197).
Adds. e. 18, back pastedown endpaper.
Adds. e. 19, p. l (cf. OET Shelley, II, 364).

(In Italian)
Adds. e. 12, pp. 1, 149; 179 rev. (in Mary's hand).
Adds. e. 17, p. 3 (in Mary's hand).
B-H I *8r (p 180). (Cf. Rogers, p. 219.)
B-H II *49r (p 160).
        
(In Spanish)
B-H I 12v (p.138), *10r (2 fragments: pp. 36, 107), *11r (pp.182, 183), *11v (p.183: with Shelley's translation; cf. Rogers, p. 220), *26r (p. 26). 

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March 1998