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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 567 pages of information about The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb Volume 2.
Come, all degrees now passing by, 391. 
Comedy and its licence, 161. 
COMPLAINT OF THE DECAY OF BEGGARS IN THE METROPOLIS, 130, 392. 
CONFESSIONS OF A DRUNKARD, 437. 
Congreve, Lamb on, 160, 162. 
Conrady, Mrs., 294, 441. 
CONVALESCENT, THE, 208, 416. 
Corbet, Peter, 404. 
Coventry, Thomas, 97, 380. 
Cowards and bullies, 286. 
Cowley, on business, 419. 
Crawford, Anne, 423. 
Cresseid, 131. 
Curry, Sir Christopher, in “Inkle and Yarico,” 169, 401.

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Da Vinci, Leonardo, and Lamb’s beauty, 69, 370. 
Dawson, Bully, 287. 
Days, Lamb’s fantasy upon, 266. 
DEATH-BED, A, 279, 437. 
Delia Cruscan poetry, 443. 
Delpini, 305, 443. 
Dennis, John, 292. 
De Quincey on Lamb, 377. 
DETACHED THOUGHTS ON BOOKS AND READING, 195, 411. 
Dickens anticipated by Lamb, 356, 417. 
Disputes, Lamb on, 291. 
DISSERTATION UPON ROAST PIG, 137, 395. 
DISTANT CORRESPONDENTS, 118, 389. 
Dobell, Mr. Bertram, his notes on Lamb, 342, 395, 408. 
Doctor, the, at Islington, 238. 
Dodd, James William, 155. 
Dodwell, Henry, 224, 419. 
Dornton in “The Road to Ruin,” 169, 401. 
Dorrell, William, the Lambs’ enemy, 32, 360. 
DREAM-CHILDREN, 115, 388. 
Dreams, Lamb on, 79. 
Drowning in dreams, 241. 
Drury Lane Theatre, 111, 385. 
Dyer, George, 11, 237, 241, 347, 348, 349, 424, 425, 433.
——­ and the New River, 237, 424.

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Early rising, Lamb on, 305. 
East India House, Lamb at, 219.
------ Lamb’s superannuation, 219, 417.
------ Lamb’s fellow clerks, 223, 224, 403, 404. 
Edwards, Thomas, 92, 379. 
Eel-soup, 374. 
Elgin marbles, 225, 419. 
ELIA, 1823, suggested dedication, 337.
—­ its poor reception, 338.
—­ second series.  American edition, 339. 
Elia, F.A., 337. 
—­ Lamb on, 8.
—­ his death, 171. 
—­ Lamb’s character of, 171, 402.
—­ origin of name, 337.
—­ his birthplace, 365. 
—­ Bridget (Mary Lamb), 43, 362.
——­ her taste in reading, 86.
——­ her regrets for poverty, 282. 
ELLISTON, TO THE SHADE OF, 188, 409. 
ELLISTONIANA, 190, 410. 
Elliston, R.W., Lamb’s essays on, 188, 190, 409, 410.
——­ at Leamington, 190.
——­ his grave, 411.
——­ Lamb and Munden on an excursion, 410. 
Elton, Sir C.A., his poem to Lamb, 358. 
Emery, John, 186, 409. 
Endor, the Witch of, 75, 372.
Englishman’s Magazine, 342.
——­ Lamb’s contributions to, 188, 190, 249. 
Evans, William, 3, 343. 
Evelyn, John, quoted, 72.
Every-Day Book, essay on card-playing, 362.
Examiner, The, and Lamb’s “Chimney-Sweepers,” 392.
——­ Lamb’s contributions to, 63, 168.
——­ “On a visit to St. Paul’s,” 424. 
Example, Lamb on, 288. 
Excursions, the Lambs’, 283.

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