The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb — Volume 4 eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 519 pages of information about The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb — Volume 4.

“Wallenstein,” ballad from

Wawd (or Wodd) of the East India House

Westwood, Frances, the Lambs’ poems to

“Whale, The Triumph of the”

“What is an Album?”

Wheatley, Kitty

Widford and Blakesware

“Wife’s Trial, The”

Wilde, Sergeant, Mrs., Lamb’s verses to

William IV., Lamb’s epigram on

Williams, Mrs., of Fornham, and family

“Witch, The”

Wood, Matthew, Lamb’s sonnet to

WOODVIL, JOHN, poems in

Wordsworth, Dora, Lamb’s poem to
  John, lines on his death


“WORKS,” 1818, dedication of
  poems in

“Written a Year after the Events”

“Written at Cambridge”

“Written on Christmas Day”

“Written on the Day of my Aunt’s Funeral”

“Written soon after the Preceding Poem”

“Written upon the Cover of a Blotting Book”


“Young Catechist, The”

“Young Friend, To a” (two poems)

“Young Lady, To a”


A Heart which felt unkindness, yet complained not, 88. 
A passing glance was all I caught of thee, 79. 
A sight like this might find apology, 92. 
A stranger, and alone, I past those scenes, 21. 
A thief, on dreary Bagshot’s heath well known, 364. 
A timid grace sits trembling in her eye, 8. 
A tuneful challenge rings from either side, 66. 
A weeping Londoner I am, 247. 
Adsciscit sibi divitias et opes alienas, 123. 
Alas! how am I chang’d!  Where be the tears, 22. 
All are not false.  I knew a youth who died, 85. 
All unadvised, and in an evil hour, 118. 
Alone, obscure, without a friend, 12. 
An Album is a Banquet:  from the store, 78. 
An Album is a Garden, not for show, 46. 
An Ape is but a trivial beast, 89. 
An author who has given you all delight, 140. 
And hath thy blameless life become, 70. 
Array’d—­a half-angelic sight, 52. 
As swallows shrink before the wintry blast, 126. 
As when a child on some long winter’s night, 4. 
At Eton School brought up with dull boys, 115.

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