The Works of Charles Lamb in Four Volumes, Volume 4
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The Works of Charles Lamb in Four Volumes, Volume 4

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      • THE
    • THE
  • WORKS
  • CHARLES LAMB.
    • IN FOUR VOLUMES. VOL. IV.
      • BOSTON
        • 1860
      • 1860
    • BOSTON
      • 1860
    • 1860
    • CONTENTS.
      • ROSAMUND GRAY, ESSAYS, ETC.
      • POEMS.
      • ALBUM VERSES, WITH A FEW OTHERS.
    • ROSAMUND GRAY, ESSAYS, ETC.
    • POEMS.
    • ALBUM VERSES, WITH A FEW OTHERS.
  • ROSAMUND GRAY, ESSAYS,
    • ETC.
      • TO
    • TO
    • MARTIN CHARLES BURNEY, ESQ.
    • ROSAMUND GRAY.
    • CHAPTER I.
    • CHAPTER II.
    • CHAPTER III
    • CHAPTER IV.
    • CHAPTER V.
    • CHAPTER VI.
    • CHAPTER VII.
      • ELINOR CLARE TO MARIA LESLIE.
      • FROM ELINOR CLARE TO MARIA BEAUMONT.
      • FROM ANOTHER LETTER.
      • FROM ANOTHER LETTER.
      • FROM ANOTHER LETTER.
      • FROM ANOTHER LETTER.
      • FROM ANOTHER LETTER.
    • ELINOR CLARE TO MARIA LESLIE.
    • FROM ELINOR CLARE TO MARIA BEAUMONT.
    • FROM ANOTHER LETTER.
    • FROM ANOTHER LETTER.
    • FROM ANOTHER LETTER.
    • FROM ANOTHER LETTER.
    • FROM ANOTHER LETTER.
    • CHAPTER VIII.
    • CHAPTER IX.
    • CHAPTER X.
    • CHAPTER XI.
    • CHAPTER XII.
    • CHAPTER XIII.
    • ESSAYS.
      • RECOLLECTIONS OF CHRIST'S HOSPITAL.
      • ON THE TRAGEDIES OF SHAKSPEARE.
        • CONSIDERED WITH REFERENCE TO THEIR FITNESS FOR STAGE-REPRESENTATION.
      • CONSIDERED WITH REFERENCE TO THEIR FITNESS FOR STAGE-REPRESENTATION.
      • CHARACTERS OF DRAMATIC WRITERS,
        • CONTEMPORARY WITH SHAKSPEAKE.
        • 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, ETC.
        • 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
      • CONTEMPORARY WITH SHAKSPEAKE.
      • 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, ETC.
      • 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
      • SPECIMENS FROM THE WRITINGS OF FULLER,
        • THE CHURCH HISTORIAN.
        • ON THE
      • THE CHURCH HISTORIAN.
      • ON THE
      • GENIUS AND CHARACTER OF HOGARTH;
        • WITH SOME REMARKS ON A PASSAGE IN THE WRITINGS OF THE LATE MR. BARRY.
        • ON THE
      • WITH SOME REMARKS ON A PASSAGE IN THE WRITINGS OF THE LATE MR. BARRY.
      • ON THE
      • POETICAL WORKS OF GEORGE WITHER
    • RECOLLECTIONS OF CHRIST'S HOSPITAL.
    • ON THE TRAGEDIES OF SHAKSPEARE.
      • CONSIDERED WITH REFERENCE TO THEIR FITNESS FOR STAGE-REPRESENTATION.
    • CONSIDERED WITH REFERENCE TO THEIR FITNESS FOR STAGE-REPRESENTATION.
    • CHARACTERS OF DRAMATIC WRITERS,
      • CONTEMPORARY WITH SHAKSPEAKE.
      • 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, ETC.
      • 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
    • CONTEMPORARY WITH SHAKSPEAKE.
    • 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, ETC.
    • 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
    • SPECIMENS FROM THE WRITINGS OF FULLER,
      • THE CHURCH HISTORIAN.
      • ON THE
    • THE CHURCH HISTORIAN.
    • ON THE
    • GENIUS AND CHARACTER OF HOGARTH;
      • WITH SOME REMARKS ON A PASSAGE IN THE WRITINGS OF THE LATE MR. BARRY.
      • ON THE
    • WITH SOME REMARKS ON A PASSAGE IN THE WRITINGS OF THE LATE MR. BARRY.
    • ON THE
    • POETICAL WORKS OF GEORGE WITHER
    • LETTERS,
      • UNDER ASSUMED SIGNATURES, PUBLISHED IN "THE REFLECTOR."
      • THE LONDONER.
      • ON BURIAL SOCIETIES;
        • AND
        • THE CHARACTER OF AN UNDERTAKER.
        • "BURIAL SOCIETY.
        • CHARACTER OF AN UNDERTAKER.
      • AND
      • THE CHARACTER OF AN UNDERTAKER.
      • "BURIAL SOCIETY.
      • CHARACTER OF AN UNDERTAKER.
      • DANGER OF CONFOUNDING MORAL WITH PERSONAL DEFORMITY.
        • WITH A HINT TO THOSE WHO HAVE THE FRAMING OF ADVERTISEMENTS FOR APPREHENDING OFFENDERS.
        • "FIFTY POUNDS REWARD.
      • WITH A HINT TO THOSE WHO HAVE THE FRAMING OF ADVERTISEMENTS FOR APPREHENDING OFFENDERS.
      • "FIFTY POUNDS REWARD.
      • ON THE INCONVENIENCES RESULTING FROM BEING HANGED.
        • CELESTINA.
      • CELESTINA.
      • ON THE MELANCHOLY OF TAILORS.
      • HOSPITA
        • ON THE IMMODERATE INDULGENCE OF THE PLEASURES OF THE PALATE.
      • ON THE IMMODERATE INDULGENCE OF THE PLEASURES OF THE PALATE.
      • EDAX ON APPETITE.
    • UNDER ASSUMED SIGNATURES, PUBLISHED IN "THE REFLECTOR."
    • THE LONDONER.
    • ON BURIAL SOCIETIES;
      • AND
      • THE CHARACTER OF AN UNDERTAKER.
      • "BURIAL SOCIETY.
      • CHARACTER OF AN UNDERTAKER.
    • AND
    • THE CHARACTER OF AN UNDERTAKER.
    • "BURIAL SOCIETY.
    • CHARACTER OF AN UNDERTAKER.
    • DANGER OF CONFOUNDING MORAL WITH PERSONAL DEFORMITY.
      • WITH A HINT TO THOSE WHO HAVE THE FRAMING OF ADVERTISEMENTS FOR APPREHENDING OFFENDERS.
      • "FIFTY POUNDS REWARD.
    • WITH A HINT TO THOSE WHO HAVE THE FRAMING OF ADVERTISEMENTS FOR APPREHENDING OFFENDERS.
    • "FIFTY POUNDS REWARD.
    • ON THE INCONVENIENCES RESULTING FROM BEING HANGED.
      • CELESTINA.
    • CELESTINA.
    • ON THE MELANCHOLY OF TAILORS.
    • HOSPITA
      • ON THE IMMODERATE INDULGENCE OF THE PLEASURES OF THE PALATE.
    • ON THE IMMODERATE INDULGENCE OF THE PLEASURES OF THE PALATE.
    • EDAX ON APPETITE.
    • CURIOUS FRAGMENTS,
      • EXTRACTED FROM A COMMONPLACE-BOOK,
      • EXTRACT I.
      • EXTRACT II.
      • EXTRACT III.
    • EXTRACTED FROM A COMMONPLACE-BOOK,
    • EXTRACT I.
    • EXTRACT II.
    • EXTRACT III.
    • MR. H——.
      • A FARCE, IN TWO ACTS.
        • AS IT WAS PERFORMED AT DRURY LANE THEATRE, DECEMBER, 1806.
        • CHARACTERS.
        • PROLOGUE, SPOKEN BY MR. ELLISTON.
      • AS IT WAS PERFORMED AT DRURY LANE THEATRE, DECEMBER, 1806.
      • CHARACTERS.
      • PROLOGUE, SPOKEN BY MR. ELLISTON.
    • A FARCE, IN TWO ACTS.
      • AS IT WAS PERFORMED AT DRURY LANE THEATRE, DECEMBER, 1806.
      • CHARACTERS.
      • PROLOGUE, SPOKEN BY MR. ELLISTON.
    • AS IT WAS PERFORMED AT DRURY LANE THEATRE, DECEMBER, 1806.
    • CHARACTERS.
    • PROLOGUE, SPOKEN BY MR. ELLISTON.
    • MR. H——.
      • A FARCE, IN TWO ACTS.
      • ACT I.
      • ACT II.
    • A FARCE, IN TWO ACTS.
    • ACT I.
    • ACT II.
    • POEMS.
      • DEDICATION[1]
        • TO S. T. COLERIDGE, ESQ.
      • TO S. T. COLERIDGE, ESQ.
    • DEDICATION[1]
      • TO S. T. COLERIDGE, ESQ.
    • TO S. T. COLERIDGE, ESQ.
    • POEMS
      • HESTER.
      • TO CHARLES LLOYD.
      • THE THREE FRIENDS.
      • TO A RIVER IN WHICH A CHILD WAS DROWNED.
      • THE OLD FAMILIAR FACES.
      • HELEN.
      • A VISION OF REPENTANCE.
      • DIALOGUE BETWEEN A MOTHER AND CHILD.
      • QUEEN ORIANA'S DREAM.
      • A BALLAD.
        • NOTING THE DIFFERENCE OF RICH AND POOR, IN THE WAYS OF A RICH NOBLE'S PALACE AND A POOR WORKHOUSE.
      • NOTING THE DIFFERENCE OF RICH AND POOR, IN THE WAYS OF A RICH NOBLE'S PALACE AND A POOR WORKHOUSE.
      • HYPOCHONDRIACUS.
      • A FAREWELL TO TOBACCO.
      • TO T. L. H.
        • A CHILD.
      • A CHILD.
      • BALLAD.
        • FROM THE GERMAN.
      • FROM THE GERMAN.
      • DAVID IN THE CAVE OF ADULLAM.
      • SALOME.
      • LINES
        • SUGGESTED BY A PICTURE OF TWO FEMALES BY LIONARDO DA VINCI.
      • SUGGESTED BY A PICTURE OF TWO FEMALES BY LIONARDO DA VINCI.
      • LINES
        • ON THE SAME PICTURE BEING REMOVED TO MAKE PLACE FOR A PORTRAIT OF A LADY BY TITIAN.
      • ON THE SAME PICTURE BEING REMOVED TO MAKE PLACE FOR A PORTRAIT OF A LADY BY TITIAN.
      • LINES
        • ON THE CELEBRATED PICTURE BY LIONARDO DA VINCI, CALLED THE VIRGIN OF THE ROCKS.
      • ON THE CELEBRATED PICTURE BY LIONARDO DA VINCI, CALLED THE VIRGIN OF THE ROCKS.
      • ON THE SAME.
    • HESTER.
    • TO CHARLES LLOYD.
    • THE THREE FRIENDS.
    • TO A RIVER IN WHICH A CHILD WAS DROWNED.
    • THE OLD FAMILIAR FACES.
    • HELEN.
    • A VISION OF REPENTANCE.
    • DIALOGUE BETWEEN A MOTHER AND CHILD.
    • QUEEN ORIANA'S DREAM.
    • A BALLAD.
      • NOTING THE DIFFERENCE OF RICH AND POOR, IN THE WAYS OF A RICH NOBLE'S PALACE AND A POOR WORKHOUSE.
    • NOTING THE DIFFERENCE OF RICH AND POOR, IN THE WAYS OF A RICH NOBLE'S PALACE AND A POOR WORKHOUSE.
    • HYPOCHONDRIACUS.
    • A FAREWELL TO TOBACCO.
    • TO T. L. H.
      • A CHILD.
    • A CHILD.
    • BALLAD.
      • FROM THE GERMAN.
    • FROM THE GERMAN.
    • DAVID IN THE CAVE OF ADULLAM.
    • SALOME.
    • LINES
      • SUGGESTED BY A PICTURE OF TWO FEMALES BY LIONARDO DA VINCI.
    • SUGGESTED BY A PICTURE OF TWO FEMALES BY LIONARDO DA VINCI.
    • LINES
      • ON THE SAME PICTURE BEING REMOVED TO MAKE PLACE FOR A PORTRAIT OF A LADY BY TITIAN.
    • ON THE SAME PICTURE BEING REMOVED TO MAKE PLACE FOR A PORTRAIT OF A LADY BY TITIAN.
    • LINES
      • ON THE CELEBRATED PICTURE BY LIONARDO DA VINCI, CALLED THE VIRGIN OF THE ROCKS.
    • ON THE CELEBRATED PICTURE BY LIONARDO DA VINCI, CALLED THE VIRGIN OF THE ROCKS.
    • ON THE SAME.
    • SONNETS.
    • BLANK VERSE
      • CHILDHOOD.
      • THE GRANDAME.
      • THE SABBATH BELLS.
      • FANCY EMPLOYED ON DIVINE SUBJECTS.
      • COMPOSED AT MIDNIGHT.
    • CHILDHOOD.
    • THE GRANDAME.
    • THE SABBATH BELLS.
    • FANCY EMPLOYED ON DIVINE SUBJECTS.
    • COMPOSED AT MIDNIGHT.
    • JOHN WOODVIL;
      • A TRAGEDY.
        • CHARACTERS.
      • CHARACTERS.
      • ACT THE FIRST.
      • ACT THE SECOND.
      • THE THIRD.
      • ACT THE FOURTH.
      • ACT THE FIFTH.
    • A TRAGEDY.
      • CHARACTERS.
    • CHARACTERS.
    • ACT THE FIRST.
    • ACT THE SECOND.
    • THE THIRD.
    • ACT THE FOURTH.
    • ACT THE FIFTH.
    • THE WITCH;
      • A DRAMATIC SKETCH OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.
        • CHARACTERS.
      • CHARACTERS.
    • A DRAMATIC SKETCH OF THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.
      • CHARACTERS.
    • CHARACTERS.
    • ALBUM VERSES,
      • WITH A FEW OTHERS.
      • DEDICATION.
        • TO THE PUBLISHER.
      • TO THE PUBLISHER.
    • WITH A FEW OTHERS.
    • DEDICATION.
      • TO THE PUBLISHER.
    • TO THE PUBLISHER.
    • ALBUM VERSES
      • WITH A FEW OTHERS.
      • IN THE AUTOGRAPH BOOK OF MRS. SERGEANT W——.
      • TO DORA W——.
      • ON BEING ASKED BY HER FATHER TO WRITE IN HER ALBUM.
      • IN THE ALBUM OF A CLERGYMAN'S LADY.
      • IN THE ALBUM OF EDITH S——.
      • IN THE ALBUM OF ROTHA Q——.
      • IN THE ALBUM OF CATHERINE ORKNEY.
      • IN THE ALBUM OF LUCY BARTON.
      • IN THE ALBUM OF MRS. JANE TOWERS.
      • IN THE ALBUM OF MISS ——.
      • IN MY OWN ALBUM.
    • WITH A FEW OTHERS.
    • IN THE AUTOGRAPH BOOK OF MRS. SERGEANT W——.
    • TO DORA W——.
    • ON BEING ASKED BY HER FATHER TO WRITE IN HER ALBUM.
    • IN THE ALBUM OF A CLERGYMAN'S LADY.
    • IN THE ALBUM OF EDITH S——.
    • IN THE ALBUM OF ROTHA Q——.
    • IN THE ALBUM OF CATHERINE ORKNEY.
    • IN THE ALBUM OF LUCY BARTON.
    • IN THE ALBUM OF MRS. JANE TOWERS.
    • IN THE ALBUM OF MISS ——.
    • IN MY OWN ALBUM.
    • MISCELLANEOUS.
      • ANGEL HELP[1]
      • ON AN INFANT DYING AS SOON AS BORN.
      • THE CHRISTENING.
      • THE YOUNG CATECHIST[1]
      • TO A YOUNG FRIEND,
      • ON HER TWENTY-FIRST BIRTHDAY.
      • SHE IS GOING.
    • ANGEL HELP[1]
    • ON AN INFANT DYING AS SOON AS BORN.
    • THE CHRISTENING.
    • THE YOUNG CATECHIST[1]
    • TO A YOUNG FRIEND,
    • ON HER TWENTY-FIRST BIRTHDAY.
    • SHE IS GOING.
    • SONNETS.
      • HARMONY IN UNLIKENESS.
      • WRITTEN AT CAMBRIDGE.
      • TO A CELEBRATED FEMALE PERFORMER IN "THE BLIND BOY."
      • WORK.
      • LEISURE.
        • DEUS NOBIS HÆC OTIA FECIT.
      • DEUS NOBIS HÆC OTIA FECIT.
      • TO SAMUEL ROGERS, ESQ.
      • THE GYPSY'S MALISON.
    • HARMONY IN UNLIKENESS.
    • WRITTEN AT CAMBRIDGE.
    • TO A CELEBRATED FEMALE PERFORMER IN "THE BLIND BOY."
    • WORK.
    • LEISURE.
      • DEUS NOBIS HÆC OTIA FECIT.
    • DEUS NOBIS HÆC OTIA FECIT.
    • TO SAMUEL ROGERS, ESQ.
    • THE GYPSY'S MALISON.
    • COMMENDATORY VERSES, ETC.
      • TO J. S. KNOWLES, ESQ. ON HIS TRAGEDY OF VIRGINIUS.
      • TO THE AUTHOR OF POEMS,
      • PUBLISHED UNDER THE NAME OF BARRY CORNWALL.
      • TO THE EDITOR OF THE "EVERY-DAY BOOK."
      • TO T. STOTHARD, ESQ. ON HIS ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE POEMS OF MR. ROGERS.
      • TO A FRIEND ON HIS MARRIAGE.
      • THE SELF-ENCHANTED.
      • TO LOUISA M——, WHOM I USED TO CALL "MONKEY."
    • TO J. S. KNOWLES, ESQ. ON HIS TRAGEDY OF VIRGINIUS.
    • TO THE AUTHOR OF POEMS,
    • PUBLISHED UNDER THE NAME OF BARRY CORNWALL.
    • TO THE EDITOR OF THE "EVERY-DAY BOOK."
    • TO T. STOTHARD, ESQ. ON HIS ILLUSTRATIONS OF THE POEMS OF MR. ROGERS.
    • TO A FRIEND ON HIS MARRIAGE.
    • THE SELF-ENCHANTED.
    • TO LOUISA M——, WHOM I USED TO CALL "MONKEY."
    • TRANSLATIONS.
    • FROM THE LATIN OF VINCENT BOURNE.
      • I.
      • THE BALLAD SINGERS.
      • II.
      • TO DAVID COOK, OF THE PARISH OF ST. MARGARET'S, WESTMINSTER, WATCHMAN.
      • III.
      • ON A SEPULCHRAL STATUE OF AN INFANT SLEEPING.
      • IV.
      • EPITAPH ON A DOG.
      • V.
      • THE RIVAL BELLS.
      • VI.
      • NEWTON'S PRINCIPIA.
      • VII.
      • THE HOUSEKEEPER.
      • VIII.
      • ON A DEAF AND DUMB ARTIST.[1]
      • IX.
      • THE FEMALE ORATORS.
    • I.
    • THE BALLAD SINGERS.
    • II.
    • TO DAVID COOK, OF THE PARISH OF ST. MARGARET'S, WESTMINSTER, WATCHMAN.
    • III.
    • ON A SEPULCHRAL STATUE OF AN INFANT SLEEPING.
    • IV.
    • EPITAPH ON A DOG.
    • V.
    • THE RIVAL BELLS.
    • VI.
    • NEWTON'S PRINCIPIA.
    • VII.
    • THE HOUSEKEEPER.
    • VIII.
    • ON A DEAF AND DUMB ARTIST.[1]
    • IX.
    • THE FEMALE ORATORS.
    • PINDARIC ODE TO THE TREAD-MILL.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • GOING OR GONE.
      • I.
      • II.
      • III.
      • IV.
      • V.
      • VI.
      • VII.
      • VIII.
      • IX.
    • I.
    • II.
    • III.
    • IV.
    • V.
    • VI.
    • VII.
    • VIII.
    • IX.
    • FREE THOUGHTS ON SEVERAL EMINENT COMPOSERS.
    • THE WIFE'S TRIAL;
      • THE INTRUDING WIDOW.
      • A Dramatic poem.
        • CHARACTERS.
      • CHARACTERS.
    • THE INTRUDING WIDOW.
    • A Dramatic poem.
      • CHARACTERS.
    • CHARACTERS.
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