The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb — Volume 2 eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 567 pages of information about The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb Volume 2.
Bowles, William Lisle, 38, 362. 
Boyer, James, 23, 353. 
Braham, John, 71, 371. 
Breeding, Lamb on, 288. 
Bridget, Elia. See Elia. 
Brighton and the Lambs, 415. 
—­ Lamb’s imaginery scene there, 259. 
British Museum, a careful vandal, 357. 
Browne, Moses, 404. 
—­ Sir Thomas, 58, 66, 80. 
Bruce, James, 240, 425. 
Bruton, Miss Sarah, 376. 
Brutons, Lamb’s relations, 88, 89. 
Buckland, Dean, and the American vandal, 424. 
Bullies, Lamb on, 286, 440.
Buncle, The Life of, 30, 357. 
Burney, Edward, 65, 370. 
—­ James, 361. 
Burney, Martin, 200, 414. 
—­ Mrs., and Mrs. Battle, 361. 
—­ Sarah, her wedding, 271, 436. 
Burns, Robert, and Lamb, 70, 370. 
Burton, Robert, quoted, 46, 77.
Business! the frivolous pretence, 419. 
Button Snap, Lamb’s cottage, 385, 386, 387.
But who is he, with modest looks, 438.

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Cambridge, Lamb at, 345. 
Camelford, Lord, 121, 390. 
Candle-light, Lamb on, 308. 
CAPTAIN JACKSON, 215, 416. 
Card playing, essay on, in Every-Day Book, 362. 
Carlisle, Sir Anthony, 193, 372, 410. 
Cary, H.F., his verses on Lamb, 426.
—­ on Lamb’s puns, 441. 
Cave, Edward, 344. 
Chambers, John, 224, 419. 
Chapman’s Homer kissed by Lamb, 412. 
CHAPTER ON EARS, A, 43, 363. 
CHARACTER OF THE LATE ELIA, A, 171, 402. 
Chess and Mrs. Battle, 42. 
CHILD ANGEL, THE, 276, 437. 
Children and the dark, 77. 
Chimney-sweepers, Lamb’s essay on, 124, 390. 
CHINA, OLD, 281, 438.
—­ its first roast pork, 138. 
CHRIST’S HOSPITAL FIVE AND THIRTY YEARS AGO, 14, 350.
——­ prayer-book, 9.
——­ food in Lamb’s day, 14, 350.
——­ holidays in Lamb’s day, 15, 351.
——­ the dungeon, 19.
——­ flogging, 23.
——­ Grecians, 26, 355.
——­ its graces, 110, 384.
——­ the Coleridge memorial, 354.
——­ the Lamb medal, 355. 
Clapdishes, 131. 
“Cobbler of Preston,” by Johnson, 170, 401. 
Cockletop, in “Modern Antiques,” 168, 400. 
Colebrooke cottage, 425. 
Coleridge, Hartley, on Lamb, 400. 
—­ S.T., at Christ’s Hospital, 15, 350, 351.
—­ his wit combats, 25.
—­ his treatment of books, 29, 356.
—­ his “Ode on the Departing Year,” 31, 359.
—­ on apple-dumplings, 108, 384.
—­ his “Epitaph on an Infant,” 141, 397.
—­ on Boyer, 353.
—­ and the Christ’s Hospital memorial, 354.
—­ his military name, 356. 
—­ Lamb’s letters to, 356, 368, 396.
—­ his marginalia, 358.
—­ his notes in Beaumont and Fletcher, 357.
------ in Donne, 358.
—­ on Lamb, 359. 
—­ Lamb’s letter to, concerning Quakers, 368.
—­ and Christopher North, 371.
—­ his sonnets with Lamb, 388.
—­ and the Morning Post, 429, 430. 
Colet, Dean, his Accidence, 59. 
Colnaghi’s print shop, 283, 439. 
Comberback, Coleridge’s military name, 29, 356.

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