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The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb Miscellaneous Prose

By Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb
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  • THE WORKS OF CHARLES AND MARY LAMB
  • 1. MISCELLANEOUS PROSE (1798-1834)
  • MISCELLANEOUS PROSE
    • PREFACE TO THE NEW EDITION
    • CONTENTS
    • ROSAMUND GRAY
      • CHAPTER I
      • CHAPTER II
      • CHAPTER III
      • CHAPTER IV
      • CHAPTER V
      • CHAPTER VI
      • CHAPTER VII
      • CHAPTER VIII
      • CHAPTER IX
      • CHAPTER X
      • CHAPTER XI
      • CHAPTER XII
      • CHAPTER XIII
    • CHAPTER I
    • CHAPTER II
    • CHAPTER III
    • CHAPTER IV
    • CHAPTER V
    • CHAPTER VI
    • CHAPTER VII
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • CHAPTER IX
    • CHAPTER X
    • CHAPTER XI
    • CHAPTER XII
    • CHAPTER XIII
    • CURIOUS FRAGMENTS,
      • EXTRACT I
      • EXTRACT II
      • EXTRACT III
    • EXTRACT I
    • EXTRACT II
    • EXTRACT III
    • EARLY JOURNALISM
      • I.—G. F. COOKE IN "RICHARD THE THIRD"
      • II.—GRAND STATE BED
      • III.—FABLE FOR TWELFTH DAY
      • IV.—THE LONDONER
    • I.—G. F. COOKE IN "RICHARD THE THIRD"
    • II.—GRAND STATE BED
    • III.—FABLE FOR TWELFTH DAY
    • IV.—THE LONDONER
    • CHARACTERS OF DRAMATIC WRITERS, CONTEMPORARY WITH SHAKSPEARE.
      • Christopher Marlowe
      • Thomas Decker
      • John Marston
      • Author Unknown
      • Thomas Heywood
      • Thomas Middleton and William Rowley
      • William Rowley
      • Thomas Middleton
      • William Rowley,—Thomas Decker,—John Ford, &c.
      • Cyril Tourneur
      • John Webster
      • John Ford
      • Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke
      • Ben Jonson
      • George Chapman
      • Francis Beaumont.—John Fletcher
      • John Fletcher
      • Philip Massinger.—Thomas Decker
      • Philip Massinger.—Thomas Middleton.—William Rowley
      • James Shirley
    • Christopher Marlowe
    • Thomas Decker
    • John Marston
    • Author Unknown
    • Thomas Heywood
    • Thomas Middleton and William Rowley
    • William Rowley
    • Thomas Middleton
    • William Rowley,—Thomas Decker,—John Ford, &c.
    • Cyril Tourneur
    • John Webster
    • John Ford
    • Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke
    • Ben Jonson
    • George Chapman
    • Francis Beaumont.—John Fletcher
    • John Fletcher
    • Philip Massinger.—Thomas Decker
    • Philip Massinger.—Thomas Middleton.—William Rowley
    • James Shirley
    • ON THE INCONVENIENCES RESULTING FROM BEING HANGED
    • ON THE DANGER OF CONFOUNDING MORAL WITH PERSONAL DEFORMITY; WITH A HINT TO THOSE WHO HAVE THE FRAMING OF ADVERTISEMENTS FOR APPREHENDING OFFENDERS
      • "FIFTY POUNDS REWARD.
    • "FIFTY POUNDS REWARD.
    • ON THE AMBIGUITIES ARISING FROM PROPER NAMES
    • ON THE GENIUS AND CHARACTER OF HOGARTH; WITH SOME REMARKS ON A PASSAGE IN THE WRITINGS OF THE LATE MR. BARRY
    • ON THE CUSTOM OF HISSING AT THE THEATRES, WITH SOME ACCOUNT OF A CLUB OF DAMNED AUTHORS
    • ON BURIAL SOCIETIES; AND THE CHARACTER OF AN UNDERTAKER
      • "Burial Society
      • Character of an Undertaker
    • "Burial Society
    • Character of an Undertaker
    • ON THE TRAGEDIES OF SHAKSPEARE, CONSIDERED WITH REFERENCE TO THEIR FITNESS FOR STAGE REPRESENTATION
    • SPECIMENS FROM THE WRITINGS OF FULLER, THE CHURCH HISTORIAN
    • EDAX ON APPETITE
    • HOSPITA ON THE IMMODERATE INDULGENCE OF THE PLEASURES OF THE PALATE
    • THE GOOD CLERK, A CHARACTER; WITH SOME ACCOUNT OF "THE COMPLETE ENGLISH TRADESMAN"
    • MÉMOIR OF ROBERT LLOYD
    • CONFESSIONS OF A DRUNKARD
    • RECOLLECTIONS OF CHRIST'S HOSPITAL
    • TABLE-TALK IN THE EXAMINER
      • I.—REYNOLDS AND LEONARDO DA VINCI
      • II.—[THE NEW ACTING]
      • III.—[BOOKS WITH ONE IDEA IN THEM]
      • IV.—[A SYLVAN SURPRISE]
      • V.—[STREET CONVERSATION]
      • VI.—[A TOWN RESIDENCE]
      • VII.—[GRAY'S BARD]
      • VIII.—[AN AMERICAN WAR FOR HELEN]
        • Ad Mariulam suam Autor
        • The Author to his Moggy
      • Ad Mariulam suam Autor
      • The Author to his Moggy
      • IX.—[DRYDEN AND COLLIER]
      • X.—PLAY-HOUSE MEMORANDA
    • I.—REYNOLDS AND LEONARDO DA VINCI
    • II.—[THE NEW ACTING]
    • III.—[BOOKS WITH ONE IDEA IN THEM]
    • IV.—[A SYLVAN SURPRISE]
    • V.—[STREET CONVERSATION]
    • VI.—[A TOWN RESIDENCE]
    • VII.—[GRAY'S BARD]
    • VIII.—[AN AMERICAN WAR FOR HELEN]
      • Ad Mariulam suam Autor
      • The Author to his Moggy
    • Ad Mariulam suam Autor
    • The Author to his Moggy
    • IX.—[DRYDEN AND COLLIER]
    • X.—PLAY-HOUSE MEMORANDA
    • REVIEW OF THE EXCURSION; A POEM
    • ON THE MELANCHOLY OF TAILORS
    • ON NEEDLE-WORK
    • ON THE POETICAL WORKS OF GEORGE WITHER
    • FIVE DRAMATIC CRITICISMS
      • I.—MRS. GOULD (MISS BURRELL) IN "DON GIOVANNI IN LONDON"
      • II.—MISS KELLY AT BATH
      • III.—RICHARD BROME'S "JOVIAL CREW"
      • IV.—ISAAC BICKERSTAFF'S "HYPOCRITE"
      • V.—NEW PIECES AT THE LYCEUM
    • I.—MRS. GOULD (MISS BURRELL) IN "DON GIOVANNI IN LONDON"
    • II.—MISS KELLY AT BATH
    • III.—RICHARD BROME'S "JOVIAL CREW"
    • IV.—ISAAC BICKERSTAFF'S "HYPOCRITE"
    • V.—NEW PIECES AT THE LYCEUM
    • FOUR REVIEWS
      • I.—FALSTAFF'S LETTERS
        • Falstaff to the Prince
        • The Same to the Same
        • Again
        • Davy to Shallow
      • Falstaff to the Prince
      • The Same to the Same
      • Again
      • Davy to Shallow
      • II.—CHARLES LLOYD'S POEMS
      • III.—BARRON FIELD'S POEMS
        • "The Kangaroo"
      • "The Kangaroo"
      • IV.—KEATS' "LAMIA"
    • I.—FALSTAFF'S LETTERS
      • Falstaff to the Prince
      • The Same to the Same
      • Again
      • Davy to Shallow
    • Falstaff to the Prince
    • The Same to the Same
    • Again
    • Davy to Shallow
    • II.—CHARLES LLOYD'S POEMS
    • III.—BARRON FIELD'S POEMS
      • "The Kangaroo"
    • "The Kangaroo"
    • IV.—KEATS' "LAMIA"
    • SIR THOMAS MORE
    • THE CONFESSIONS OF H. F. V. H. DELAMORE, Esq.
    • THE GENTLE GIANTESS
    • LETTER TO AN OLD GENTLEMAN WHOSE EDUCATION HAS BEEN NEGLECTED
    • RITSON VERSUS JOHN SCOTT THE QUAKER
      • DYER'S RUINS OF ROME
        • DENHAM'S COOPER'S HILL
        • COLLINS'S ORIENTAL ECLOGUES
      • DENHAM'S COOPER'S HILL
      • COLLINS'S ORIENTAL ECLOGUES
      • GRAY'S CHURCH-YARD ELEGY
        • GOLDSMITH'S DESERTED VILLAGE
      • GOLDSMITH'S DESERTED VILLAGE
      • ON THE DEATH OF MR. DENNIS
      • THOMSON'S SEASONS
      • HAYMAKING
      • SHEEP-SHEARING
    • DYER'S RUINS OF ROME
      • DENHAM'S COOPER'S HILL
      • COLLINS'S ORIENTAL ECLOGUES
    • DENHAM'S COOPER'S HILL
    • COLLINS'S ORIENTAL ECLOGUES
    • GRAY'S CHURCH-YARD ELEGY
      • GOLDSMITH'S DESERTED VILLAGE
    • GOLDSMITH'S DESERTED VILLAGE
    • ON THE DEATH OF MR. DENNIS
    • THOMSON'S SEASONS
    • HAYMAKING
    • SHEEP-SHEARING
    • LETTER OF ELIA TO ROBERT SOUTHEY
    • GUY FAUX
    • NUGÆ CRITICÆ
      • Charles the Fifth besieges Algier
    • Charles the Fifth besieges Algier
    • ORIGINAL LETTER OF JAMES THOMSON
    • BIOGRAPHICAL MEMOIR OF MR. LISTON
    • A VISION OF HORNS
    • THE ILLUSTRIOUS DEFUNCT[49]
    • UNITARIAN PROTESTS
    • AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF MR. MUNDEN
    • THE "LEPUS" PAPERS
      • I.—MANY FRIENDS
      • II.—READERS AGAINST THE GRAIN
      • III.—MORTIFICATIONS OF AN AUTHOR
      • IV.—TOM PRY
      • V.—TOM PRY'S WIFE
      • VI.—A CHARACTER
    • I.—MANY FRIENDS
    • II.—READERS AGAINST THE GRAIN
    • III.—MORTIFICATIONS OF AN AUTHOR
    • IV.—TOM PRY
    • V.—TOM PRY'S WIFE
    • VI.—A CHARACTER
    • REFLECTIONS IN THE PILLORY
    • THE LAST PEACH
    • "ODES AND ADDRESSES TO GREAT PEOPLE"
    • THE RELIGION OF ACTORS
    • A POPULAR FALLACY
    • REMINISCENCES OF JUKE JUDKINS, ESQ., OF BIRMINGHAM
    • CONTRIBUTIONS TO HONE'S EVERY-DAY BOOK AND TABLE BOOK
      • I.—REMARKABLE CORRESPONDENT
      • II.—CAPTAIN STARKEY
      • III.—TWELFTH OF AUGUST
      • IV.—THE ASS
      • V.—IN RE SQUIRRELS
      • VI.—AN APPEARANCE OF THE SEASON
      • VII.—THE MONTHS
        • The Twelve Months of the Year
      • The Twelve Months of the Year
      • VIII.—REMINISCENCE OF SIR JEFFERY DUNSTAN
      • IX—MRS. GILPIN RIDING TO EDMONTON
      • X.—THE DEFEAT OF TIME;
    • I.—REMARKABLE CORRESPONDENT
    • II.—CAPTAIN STARKEY
    • III.—TWELFTH OF AUGUST
    • IV.—THE ASS
    • V.—IN RE SQUIRRELS
    • VI.—AN APPEARANCE OF THE SEASON
    • VII.—THE MONTHS
      • The Twelve Months of the Year
    • The Twelve Months of the Year
    • VIII.—REMINISCENCE OF SIR JEFFERY DUNSTAN
    • IX—MRS. GILPIN RIDING TO EDMONTON
    • X.—THE DEFEAT OF TIME;
    • AN AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH
    • SHAKSPEARE'S IMPROVERS
    • SATURDAY NIGHT
    • ESTIMATE OF DE FOE'S SECONDARY NOVELS
    • CLARENCE SONGS
      • CLARENCE SONGS.—No. II
    • CLARENCE SONGS.—No. II
    • RECOLLECTIONS OF A LATE ROYAL ACADEMICIAN
    • THE LATIN POEMS OF VINCENT BOURNE
      • IN STATUAM SEPULCHRALEM INFANTIS DORMIENTIS
        • WHAT IS AN ALBUM?
      • WHAT IS AN ALBUM?
    • IN STATUAM SEPULCHRALEM INFANTIS DORMIENTIS
      • WHAT IS AN ALBUM?
    • WHAT IS AN ALBUM?
    • THE DEATH OF MUNDEN
    • THOUGHTS ON PRESENTS OF GAME, &c.
    • TABLE-TALK BY THE LATE ELIA
    • THE DEATH OF COLERIDGE
    • CUPID'S REVENGE
    • APPENDIX
    • SCRAPS OF CRITICISM
    • THE MISCELLANY
      • The Spirit Enters.
    • The Spirit Enters.
    • COMIC TALES, Etc.,
    • DOG DAYS
    • THE PROGRESS OF CANT
    • MR. EPHRAIM WAGSTAFF, HIS WIFE, AND PIPE
    • REVIEW OF MOXON'S SONNETS
    • NOTES
      • TO MARTIN CHARLES BURNEY, ESQ.
        • WICLIFFE
        • FOR THE MEMORY
      • WICLIFFE
      • FOR THE MEMORY
    • TO MARTIN CHARLES BURNEY, ESQ.
      • WICLIFFE
      • FOR THE MEMORY
    • WICLIFFE
    • FOR THE MEMORY
    • APPENDIX
    • INDEX
    • Transcriber's Notes
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