The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb — Volume 4 eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 324 pages of information about The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb Volume 4.
  his contempt for George IV.
  his attack on Gifford
  on the spy system
  his defence of Caroline of Brunswick
  epigram on Lord Byron
  writes for Merchant Taylors’ boys
  burlesque of “Angel Help”
  his “Satan in Search of a Wife”
  as a writer of prologues and epilogues
  as a playwright

Lamb, Charles, and Coleridge’s pamphlet of sonnets
    his dedication of his verses to Mary Lamb
    and The Anti-Jacobin
    and Coleridge’s “Wallenstein”
    and Dr. Parr
    his dedication to Moxon
    attacked by Literary Gazette
    defended by Southey in The Times
    frames a picture with Hood
    and Henry Meyer
    and the thought of death
    his letter from Samuel Rogers
    on “The Gipsy’s Malison”
    Mary Lamb’s poem on him
    his farewell to albums
    Archdeacon Hessey’s memories of him
    his epigrams on India House clerks
    his generosity to Moxon
    his history of JOHN WOODVIL
    on the title of “Pride’s Cure”
    sends JOHN WOODVIL to Manning
    on the plot of “MR. H.”
    hisses his own play
  Elizabeth, Lamb’s mother
  John, Lamb’s father
    Lamb’s brother, sonnet to
  Mary, poems by
    Lamb’s poems
    dedication to
    on the death of John Wordsworth
    her Latin pupils
  Sarah (Hetty), Lamb’s aunt

Landon, L.E., Lamb

Latin epigram by Lamb
  verses to Haydon

“Leisure”

Lilley, John, of Blakesware

“Lines Addressed ... to Sara and S.T.C.” 
  “Suggested by a Picture of Two Females”
  “on the Same Picture being Removed to Make Place for the
     Portrait of a Lady by Titian”
  “on Da Vinci’s ‘Virgin of the Rocks’” (two poems)
  “Addressed to Lieutenant Hardy”
  “for a Monument”

Literary Gazette, Lamb’s epigram on
  and “ALBUM VERSES”

“Living without God in the World”

Lloyd, Charles, “POEMS ON THE DEATH OF PRISCILLA FARMER”
  Lamb’s poems to
  his “BLANK VERSE”
  his “Lines on the Fast”
  and Sophia Pemberton
  and JOHN WOODVIL

London Magazine, Lamb’s contributions to

“Love will Come”

M

Mackintosh, Sir James, Lamb’s verses to

Manning, Thomas, and JOHN WOODVIL

Martin, Louisa, Lamb’s poems on

Massinger, Philip, quoted

Merchant Taylors’ School, epigrams by Lamb

Meyer, Henry

“Mille Viae Mortis”

Mitford, John

Molineaux the pugilist

Monthly Magazine, The, Lamb’s contributions to

Morning Chronicle, Lamb’s contributions to
  Post, Lamb’s contributions to

Moxon, Edward, Lamb’s poem to
  his career
  Lamb’s dedication to

“MR. H——­”
  in America

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