The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb — Volume 2 eBook

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Odes and Addresses quoted, 392. 
OF TWO DISPUTANTS, THE WARMEST IS GENERALLY IN THE WRONG, 291, 440. 
Ogilvie, his memories of G.D., 424. 
OLD ACTORS, THE, 322, 444. 
—­ BENCHERS OF THE INNER TEMPLE, THE, 94, 379. 
—­ CHINA, 281, 438. 
—­ MARGATE HOY, THE, 201, 415. 
OLD AND THE NEW SCHOOLMASTER, THE, 56, 369. 
“Olen,” Sir C.A.  Elton’s pseudonym, 358.
O melancholy Bird, a winter’s day, 427.
One parent vet is left,—­a wretched thing, 382. 
ON SOME OF THE OLD ACTORS, 150, 397. See also APPENDIX. 
ON THE ACTING OF MUNDEN, 168, 400. See also APPENDIX. 
ON THE ARTIFICIAL COMEDY OF THE LAST CENTURY, 161, 399. See also
  APPENDIX. 
Orrery lectures, 60, 370. 
OXFORD IN THE VACATION, 8, 345. 
Oxford, Lamb at, 8, 345.

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Paice, Joseph, 92, 343, 378. 
Palmer, John, 159, 399. 
Paltock’s Peter Wilkins, 21, 122, 353. 
Paracelsus, Lamb on, 196.
Paradise Regained, 107. 
Patmore, P.G., on Lamb, 403.
——­ Lamb’s letter to, 436.
——­ on Lamb’s dress, 438. 
Peirson, Peter, 101, 382. 
  Susannah, 99, 381. 
Penn, William, and the judges, 73. 
Perry, James, 250, 431.
Peter Wilkins, 21, 122, 353. 
“Peter’s Net,” 428, 431. 
Pianoforte, Lamb’s solo, 44. 
Pig, Lamb’s essay upon, 137, 395. 
Piombo, his “Raising of Lazarus,” 262, 435. 
Piquet and Mrs. Battle, 41.
Pity the sorrows of a poor old man, 394. 
Playgoing, the Lambs, 283. 
Plumer, Richard, 7, 344. 
—­ Walter, 7, 40, 345, 362. 
—­ William, 344, 389, 405.
Poetical Pieces on Several Occasions by John Lamb, 381. 
Polar expeditions, 58, 369. 
Poor, Lamb on the, 288, 298. 
POOR RELATIONS, 178, 408. 
Pope, Alexander, The Rape of the Lock, 38. 
—­ Miss, 167, 400. 
POPULAR FALLACIES, 212, 226, 286, 287, 288, 290, 291, 292, 294, 296, 298,
  302, 305, 308, 309, 439 et seq
Pork, Lamb’s essay on, 137. 
Porphyry on Abstinence from Animal Food, 396. 
Poverty and pleasure, 282. 
Powell, Mrs., 151. 
PRAISE OF CHIMNEY-SWEEPERS, THE, 124, 390. 
Presentation copies, Lamb on, 297, 441. 
Presents, Lamb on, 296. 
Procter, B.W. (Barry Cornwall), his dream, 79, 373.
——­ quoted, 371, 377.
——­ on Munden, 400. 
Puckeridge and Lamb’s property, 112. 
Pulham, Brook, 363. 
Punning, Lamb on, 122, 292, 441. 
Puritans and Sunday, 418.

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Quadrille and Mrs. Battle, 38. 
Quakerism and Lamb, 368. 
QUAKER’S MEETING, A, 51, 367. 
Quarrels, Lamb on, 309. 
Quick, John, 332. 
Quixote, Don, 154, 265, 398, 435.

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