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.

Faerie Queene, Lamb’s copy, 413. 
FALLACIES, POPULAR. See POPULAR FALLACIES.
Family Pictures, by Anne Manning, 378. 
Farley, Charles, 169, 259, 401, 435. 
“Father, A,” his remonstrance with Lamb, 360. 
Favell, Joseph, 25, 181, 355, 408. 
Feasting, Lamb on, 290. 
Fenwick, John, 27, 129, 255, 356, 432. 
Field, Barron, 90, 118, 363, 377, 389. 
—­ Mary, 361, 405. 
—­ Matthew, 20, 352. 
Fielde, Francis, Lamb’s godfather, 111, 385. 
Flecknoe, quoted, 51. 
Flogging, Lamb on, 23. 
Fools, Lamb’s essay on, 48, 367. 
Fountains, Lamb on, 96. 
Fox, George, 53, 368. 
French translation of Lamb, 415. 
Fuller, Thomas, quoted, 71. 
Funerals and Lamb, 274, 436.

G

Gallantry, Lamb on, 90, 377. 
“Garden, The,” by Marvell, 96. 
Gattie, Henry, 186, 408. 
Gebir and the Tower of Babel, 49.
Gebir, by Landor, 206, 415. 
GENTEEL STYLE IN WRITING, THE, 226, 420. 
Gentility, Lamb on, 176. 
George IV., 259, 268, 435, 436. 
Gladmans, Lamb’s relations, 88, 89, 90.
Gli Elogi del Porco, 396. 
Gluttony and grace, Lamb on, 105. 
Godwin, William, his play “Antonio,” 328, 444. 
—­ Lamb’s friend, 376. 
—­ Lamb’s letter to, 444. 
Gold’s London Magazine, 395. 
GRACE BEFORE MEAT, 104, 384. 
Graces at Christ’s Hospital, 110, 384. 
Gray’s Inn Gardens, 155, 399. 
Grecians at Christ’s Hospital, 26, 355. 
Greg, Mr. Thomas, and Lamb’s property, 385. 
Guildhall giants, 29.
Gulliver’s Travels, 382.

H

Hare Court, Lamb’s rooms in, 390. 
“Harlequin’s Invasion,” 113, 387. 
Hastings and the Lambs, 206, 416. 
Hawes, Dr., 241. 
Hazlitt, William, on Sidney, 247, 427.
——­ on Lamb in the country, 345.
——­ knocked down by John Lamb, 347.
——­ his interest in John Buncle, 357.
——­ as Duns Scotus, 367.
——­ Lamb’s letter to, 397.
——­ on Lamb, 403.
——­ his wedding, 436. 
—­ W.C., his notes on Lamb, 357, 438. 
Helicon and Hippocrene confused, 37. 
Hertfordshire hair, 178.
—­ and Lamb, 220, 418. 
—­ Lamb’s praise of, 375.
He was (woe worth that word!) to each well-thinking mind, 428. 
Heywood, Thomas, quoted, 67. 
Hickman, Tom, the prize fighter, 287, 440.
High-born Helen, round your dwelling, 407. 
Hodges (or Huggins), 352. 
Hogarth, his chimney-sweeper, 126. 
Hogsflesh and Bacon, 415. 
Hogs Norton and the pigs, 109. 
Holcroft, Thomas, 376. 
Hone’s Table Book, Lamb’s contribution to, 279. 
Hood, Thomas, his friendship with Lamb, 393.
——­ on beggars, 393. 
Hooker, Richard, 104, 384. 
Hoole, John, 404. 
Horsey, Samuel, 135, 393. 
Huggins (or Hodges), 352. 
Hugh of Lincoln, 70, 371. 
Hume, David, 70, 371. 
—­ Joseph, Lamb’s friend, 394. 

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