The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb — Volume 4 Poems and Plays
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The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb — Volume 4 Poems and Plays

By Charles Lamb, Mary Lamb
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  • THE WORKS OF CHARLES AND MARY LAMB
    • POEMS AND PLAYS
    • INTRODUCTION
    • CONTENTS TEXT NOTE PAGE PAGE
  • FRONTISPIECE
    • DEDICATION (1818) TO S.T. COLERIDGE, ESQ.
    • LAMB'S EARLIEST POEM
    • POEMS IN COLERIDGE'S POEMS ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS, 1796
    • FROM CHARLES LLOYD'S POEMS ON THE DEATH OF PRISCILLA FARMER, 1796
      • THE GRANDAME
    • THE GRANDAME
    • POEMS FROM COLERIDGE'S POEMS, 1797
    • CHILDHOOD
    • THE SABBATH BELLS
    • FANCY EMPLOYED ON DIVINE SUBJECTS
    • TO CHARLES LLOYD
    • A VISION OF REPENTANCE
    • POEMS WRITTEN IN THE YEARS 1795-98, AND NOT REPRINTED BY LAMB
    • SONNET
    • TO THE POET COWPER
    • LINES
    • SONNET TO A FRIEND
      • TO A YOUNG LADY
    • TO A YOUNG LADY
    • LIVING WITHOUT GOD IN THE WORLD
  • POEMS FROM BLANK VERSE, BY CHARLES LLOYD AND CHARLES LAMB, 1798
    • TO CHARLES LLOYD
    • WRITTEN ON THE DAY OF MY AUNT'S FUNERAL
    • WRITTEN A YEAR AFTER THE EVENTS
    • WRITTEN SOON AFTER THE PRECEDING POEM
  • WRITTEN ON CHRISTMAS DAY, 1797
    • THE OLD FAMILIAR FACES
    • COMPOSED AT MIDNIGHT
    • HELEN
    • BALLAD
    • HYPOCHONDRIACUS
  • A BALLAD:
    • POEMS IN CHARLES LAMB'S WORKS 1818, NOT PREVIOUSLY PRINTED IN THE PRESENT VOLUME; TOGETHER WITH REFERENCES TO THOSE POEMS THAT HAVE BEEN PREVIOUSLY PRINTED
    • HESTER
      • DIALOGUE BETWEEN A MOTHER AND CHILD
    • DIALOGUE BETWEEN A MOTHER AND CHILD
    • TO T.L.H.
      • SALOME
    • SALOME
    • LINES
    • LINES
    • LINES
    • ON THE SAME
    • SONNETS
      • TO MISS KELLY
    • TO MISS KELLY
    • ON THE SIGHT OF SWANS IN KENSINGTON GARDEN
    • THE FAMILY NAME
    • TO JOHN LAMB, ESQ.
    • TO MARTIN CHARLES BURNEY, ESQ.
    • ALBUM VERSES
    • IN THE AUTOGRAPH BOOK OF MRS. SERGEANT W———
    • IN THE ALBUM OF LUCY BARTON
    • IN THE ALBUM OF MISS ———
      • II
    • II
    • IN THE ALBUM OF A VERY YOUNG LADY
    • IN THE ALBUM OF A FRENCH TEACHER (? 1829)
    • IN THE ALBUM OF MISS DAUBENY
      • II
        • III
        • IV
      • III
      • IV
    • II
      • III
      • IV
    • III
    • IV
    • IN THE ALBUM OF MRS. JANE TOWERS (1828)
    • IN MY OWN ALBUM (1827)
    • MISCELLANEOUS
      • ANGEL HELP[5]
    • ANGEL HELP[5]
    • THE CHRISTENING
    • ON AN INFANT DYING AS SOON AS BORN
    • TO BERNARD BARTON
    • THE YOUNG CATECHIST[7]
      • SHE IS GOING
    • SHE IS GOING
  • TO A YOUNG FRIEND
    • TO THE SAME
      • SONNETS
        • HARMONY IN UNLIKENESS
      • HARMONY IN UNLIKENESS
    • SONNETS
      • HARMONY IN UNLIKENESS
    • HARMONY IN UNLIKENESS
    • WRITTEN AT CAMBRIDGE
    • TO A CELEBRATED FEMALE PERFORMER IN THE "BLIND BOY"
    • WORK
    • LEISURE
    • TO SAMUEL ROGERS, ESQ.
    • THE GIPSY'S MALISON
    • COMMENDATORY VERSES
    • TO R.[J.]S. KNOWLES, ESQ.
    • TO THE EDITOR OF THE "EVERY-DAY BOOK"
      • ACROSTICS
        • TO CAROLINE MARIA APPLEBEE
      • TO CAROLINE MARIA APPLEBEE
    • ACROSTICS
      • TO CAROLINE MARIA APPLEBEE
    • TO CAROLINE MARIA APPLEBEE
    • TO CECILIA CATHERINE LAWTON
    • ACROSTIC,
    • ANOTHER,
      • TRANSLATIONS
        • II
        • III
        • IV
        • V.
        • VI
        • VII
        • VIII
        • IX
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V.
      • VI
      • VII
      • VIII
      • IX
    • TRANSLATIONS
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V.
      • VI
      • VII
      • VIII
      • IX
    • II
    • III
    • IV
    • V.
    • VI
    • VII
    • VIII
    • IX
    • PINDARIC ODE TO THE TREAD MILL
      • II
        • III
        • IV
        • V
        • VI
        • VII
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VI
      • VII
    • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VI
      • VII
    • III
    • IV
    • V
    • VI
    • VII
    • EPICEDIUM
      • I
        • II
        • III
        • IV
        • V
        • VI
        • VII
        • VIII
        • IX
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VI
      • VII
      • VIII
      • IX
    • I
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VI
      • VII
      • VIII
      • IX
    • II
    • III
    • IV
    • V
    • VI
    • VII
    • VIII
    • IX
    • NEW POEMS IN LAMB'S POETICAL WORKS, 1836
      • IN THE ALBUM OF EDITH S[OUTHEY] (1833)
    • IN THE ALBUM OF EDITH S[OUTHEY] (1833)
    • TO DORA W[ORDSWORTH],
    • IN THE ALBUM OF ROTHA Q[UILLINAN]
    • IN THE ALBUM OF CATHERINE ORKNEY
    • TO T. STOTHARD, ESQ.
    • TO A FRIEND ON HIS MARRIAGE
    • THE SELF-ENCHANTED
    • TO LOUISA M[ARTIN], WHOM I USED TO CALL "MONKEY"
    • CHEAP GIFTS: A SONNET
    • FREE THOUGHTS ON SEVERAL EMINENT COMPOSERS
      • MISCELLANEOUS POEMS, NOT COLLECTED BY LAMB
        • DRAMATIC FRAGMENT
      • DRAMATIC FRAGMENT
    • MISCELLANEOUS POEMS, NOT COLLECTED BY LAMB
      • DRAMATIC FRAGMENT
    • DRAMATIC FRAGMENT
    • DICK STRYPE; OR, THE FORCE OF HABIT
    • TWO EPITAPHS ON A YOUNG LADY WHO LIVED NEGLECTED AND DIED OBSCURE
      • II
    • II
    • THE APE
    • CARLAGNULUS.
    • SONNET
    • TO MY FRIEND THE INDICATOR
    • ON SEEING MRS. K—— B——, AGED UPWARDS OF EIGHTY, NURSE AN INFANT
    • TO EMMA, LEARNING LATIN, AND DESPONDING
    • LINES
    • LINES
      • TO C. ADERS, ESQ.
    • TO C. ADERS, ESQ.
    • HERCULES PACIFICATUS
    • THE PARTING SPEECH OF THE CELESTIAL MESSENGER TO THE POET
    • EXISTENCE, CONSIDERED IN ITSELF, NO BLESSING
    • TO SAMUEL ROGERS, ESQ.
    • TO CLARA N[OVELLO]
    • THE SISTERS
    • LOVE WILL COME
      • II
    • II
    • TO MARGARET W——
      • ADDITIONAL ALBUM VERSES AND ACROSTICS
        • WHAT IS AN ALBUM?
      • WHAT IS AN ALBUM?
    • ADDITIONAL ALBUM VERSES AND ACROSTICS
      • WHAT IS AN ALBUM?
    • WHAT IS AN ALBUM?
    • THE FIRST LEAF OF SPRING
  • TO MRS. F[IELD]
    • TO M[ARY] L[AETITIA] F[IELD]
    • TO ESTHER FIELD
    • [TO MRS. WILLIAMS]
    • TO THE BOOK
    • TO S[OPHIA] F[REND]
    • TO R[OTHA] Q[UILLINAN]
    • TO S[ARAH] L[OCKE]
    • TO M[ARY] L[OCKE]
    • AN ACROSTIC AGAINST ACROSTICS
    • ON BEING ASKED TO WRITE IN MISS WESTWOOD'S ALBUM
    • [IN MISS WESTWOOD'S ALBUM]
    • UN SOLITAIRE
    • TO S[ARAH] T[HOMAS]
    • TO MRS. SARAH ROBINSON
    • TO SARAH [APSEY]
    • TO JOSEPH VALE ASBURY
      • TO D[OROTHY] A[SBURY]
    • TO D[OROTHY] A[SBURY]
    • TO LOUISA MORGAN
    • TO SARAH JAMES OF BEGUILDY
    • TO EMMA BUTTON
    • WRITTEN UPON THE COVER OF A BLOTTING BOOK
      • POLITICAL AND OTHER EPIGRAMS
      • TO SIR JAMES MACKINTOSH
      • TWELFTH NIGHT
        • MESSRS. C[ANNIN]G AND F[RER]E
        • COUNT RUMFORD
      • MESSRS. C[ANNIN]G AND F[RER]E
      • COUNT RUMFORD
    • POLITICAL AND OTHER EPIGRAMS
    • TO SIR JAMES MACKINTOSH
    • TWELFTH NIGHT
      • MESSRS. C[ANNIN]G AND F[RER]E
      • COUNT RUMFORD
    • MESSRS. C[ANNIN]G AND F[RER]E
    • COUNT RUMFORD
    • ON A LATE EMPIRIC OF "BALMY" MEMORY
      • EPIGRAMS
        • I
        • II
      • I
      • II
      • THE TRIUMPH OF THE WHALE
    • EPIGRAMS
      • I
      • II
    • I
    • II
    • THE TRIUMPH OF THE WHALE
    • SONNET
    • THE GODLIKE
    • THE THREE GRAVES
    • SONNET TO MATHEW WOOD, ESQ.
    • ON A PROJECTED JOURNEY
      • SONG FOR THE C[ORONATIO]N
    • SONG FOR THE C[ORONATIO]N
    • THE UNBELOVED
    • ON THE ARRIVAL IN ENGLAND OF LORD BYRON'S REMAINS
    • LINES
    • FOR THE "TABLE BOOK"
    • THE ROYAL WONDERS
    • "BREVIS ESSE LABORO"
    • SUUM CUIQUE
    • [ON THE LITERARY GAZETTE]
    • ON THE FAST-DAY
    • NONSENSE VERSES
      • ON WAWD
      • SIX EPITAPHS ON ENSIGN PEACOCK
        • MARMOR LOQUITUR
        • ON TIMOTHY WAGSTAFF
        • ON CAPTAIN STURMS
        • ON MARGARET DIX
        • ON ONESIMUS DRAKE
        • ON MATTHEW DAY
      • MARMOR LOQUITUR
      • ON TIMOTHY WAGSTAFF
      • ON CAPTAIN STURMS
      • ON MARGARET DIX
      • ON ONESIMUS DRAKE
      • ON MATTHEW DAY
      • TIME AND ETERNITY
    • ON WAWD
    • SIX EPITAPHS ON ENSIGN PEACOCK
      • MARMOR LOQUITUR
      • ON TIMOTHY WAGSTAFF
      • ON CAPTAIN STURMS
      • ON MARGARET DIX
      • ON ONESIMUS DRAKE
      • ON MATTHEW DAY
    • MARMOR LOQUITUR
    • ON TIMOTHY WAGSTAFF
    • ON CAPTAIN STURMS
    • ON MARGARET DIX
    • ON ONESIMUS DRAKE
    • ON MATTHEW DAY
    • TIME AND ETERNITY
    • FROM THE LATIN
    • SATAN IN SEARCH OF A WIFE
    • PART THE FIRST
      • II
        • III
        • IV
        • V
        • VI
        • VII
        • VIII
        • IX
        • X
        • XI
        • XII
        • XIII
        • XIV
        • XV
        • XVI
        • XVII
        • XVIII
        • XIX
        • XX
        • XXI
        • XXII
        • XXIII
        • XXIV
        • XXV
        • XXVI
        • XXVII
        • XXVIII
        • XXIX
        • XXX
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VI
      • VII
      • VIII
      • IX
      • X
      • XI
      • XII
      • XIII
      • XIV
      • XV
      • XVI
      • XVII
      • XVIII
      • XIX
      • XX
      • XXI
      • XXII
      • XXIII
      • XXIV
      • XXV
      • XXVI
      • XXVII
      • XXVIII
      • XXIX
      • XXX
      • THE SECOND PART
        • I
        • II
        • III
        • IV
        • V
        • VI
        • VII
        • VIII
        • IX
        • X
        • XI
        • XII
        • XIII
        • XIV
        • XV
        • XVI
        • XVII
        • XVIII
        • XIX
        • XX
        • XXI
        • XXII
        • XXIII
        • XXIV
        • XXV
        • XXVI
        • XXVII
        • XXVIII
        • XXIX
        • XXX
      • I
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VI
      • VII
      • VIII
      • IX
      • X
      • XI
      • XII
      • XIII
      • XIV
      • XV
      • XVI
      • XVII
      • XVIII
      • XIX
      • XX
      • XXI
      • XXII
      • XXIII
      • XXIV
      • XXV
      • XXVI
      • XXVII
      • XXVIII
      • XXIX
      • XXX
    • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VI
      • VII
      • VIII
      • IX
      • X
      • XI
      • XII
      • XIII
      • XIV
      • XV
      • XVI
      • XVII
      • XVIII
      • XIX
      • XX
      • XXI
      • XXII
      • XXIII
      • XXIV
      • XXV
      • XXVI
      • XXVII
      • XXVIII
      • XXIX
      • XXX
    • III
    • IV
    • V
    • VI
    • VII
    • VIII
    • IX
    • X
    • XI
    • XII
    • XIII
    • XIV
    • XV
    • XVI
    • XVII
    • XVIII
    • XIX
    • XX
    • XXI
    • XXII
    • XXIII
    • XXIV
    • XXV
    • XXVI
    • XXVII
    • XXVIII
    • XXIX
    • XXX
    • THE SECOND PART
      • I
      • II
      • III
      • IV
      • V
      • VI
      • VII
      • VIII
      • IX
      • X
      • XI
      • XII
      • XIII
      • XIV
      • XV
      • XVI
      • XVII
      • XVIII
      • XIX
      • XX
      • XXI
      • XXII
      • XXIII
      • XXIV
      • XXV
      • XXVI
      • XXVII
      • XXVIII
      • XXIX
      • XXX
    • I
    • II
    • III
    • IV
    • V
    • VI
    • VII
    • VIII
    • IX
    • X
    • XI
    • XII
    • XIII
    • XIV
    • XV
    • XVI
    • XVII
    • XVIII
    • XIX
    • XX
    • XXI
    • XXII
    • XXIII
    • XXIV
    • XXV
    • XXVI
    • XXVII
    • XXVIII
    • XXIX
    • XXX
    • PROLOGUES AND EPILOGUES
      • EPILOGUE TO GODWIN'S TRAGEDY OF "ANTONIO"
    • EPILOGUE TO GODWIN'S TRAGEDY OF "ANTONIO"
    • PROLOGUE TO GODWIN'S TRAGEDY OF "FAULKENER"
    • EPILOGUE TO HENRY SIDDONS' FARCE, "TIME'S A TELL-TALE"
    • PROLOGUE TO COLERIDGE'S TRAGEDY OF "REMORSE"
    • EPILOGUE TO KENNEY'S FARCE, "DEBTOR AND CREDITOR"
    • EPILOGUE TO AN AMATEUR PERFORMANCE OF "RICHARD II."
    • PROLOGUE TO SHERIDAN KNOWLES' COMEDY, "THE WIFE"
    • EPILOGUE TO SHERIDAN KNOWLES' COMEDY, "THE WIFE"
      • JOHN WOODVIL
        • CHARACTERS
        • SCENE—for the most part at Sir Walter's mansion in DEVONSHIRE; at other times in the forest of SHERWOOD.
        • ACT THE FIRST
        • SCENE.—A Servants' Apartment in Woodvil Hall.
      • CHARACTERS
      • SCENE—for the most part at Sir Walter's mansion in DEVONSHIRE; at other times in the forest of SHERWOOD.
      • ACT THE FIRST
      • SCENE.—A Servants' Apartment in Woodvil Hall.
    • JOHN WOODVIL
      • CHARACTERS
      • SCENE—for the most part at Sir Walter's mansion in DEVONSHIRE; at other times in the forest of SHERWOOD.
      • ACT THE FIRST
      • SCENE.—A Servants' Apartment in Woodvil Hall.
    • CHARACTERS
    • SCENE—for the most part at Sir Walter's mansion in DEVONSHIRE; at other times in the forest of SHERWOOD.
    • ACT THE FIRST
    • SCENE.—A Servants' Apartment in Woodvil Hall.
    • ACT THE SECOND
      • SCENE.—An Apartment in Woodvil Hall.
        • "MARGARET."
      • "MARGARET."
    • SCENE.—An Apartment in Woodvil Hall.
      • "MARGARET."
    • "MARGARET."
    • SCENE.—Sherwood Forest.
      • ACT THE THIRD
        • SCENE.—An Apartment of State in Woodvil Hall—Cavaliers drinking.
      • SCENE.—An Apartment of State in Woodvil Hall—Cavaliers drinking.
    • ACT THE THIRD
      • SCENE.—An Apartment of State in Woodvil Hall—Cavaliers drinking.
    • SCENE.—An Apartment of State in Woodvil Hall—Cavaliers drinking.
    • ACT THE FOURTH
      • SCENE.—An Apartment in Woodvil Hall.
    • SCENE.—An Apartment in Woodvil Hall.
    • SCENE.—The Forest.
      • SIR WALTER. SIMON. LOVEL. GRAY.
    • SIR WALTER. SIMON. LOVEL. GRAY.
    • SCENE.—Another Part of the Forest.
  • SCENE.—Woodvil Hall.
    • SANDFORD. MARGARET.
    • ACT THE FIFTH
    • SCENE.—An inner Apartment.
      • THE WITCH
        • CHARACTERS
        • CHARACTERS
        • SCENE.—Bath
        • PROLOGUE
        • MR. H——
        • A FARCE IN TWO ACTS
        • ACT I
        • SCENE.—_A Public Room in an Inn—Landlord, Waiters, Gentlemen, &c.
      • CHARACTERS
      • CHARACTERS
      • SCENE.—Bath
      • PROLOGUE
      • MR. H——
      • A FARCE IN TWO ACTS
      • ACT I
      • SCENE.—_A Public Room in an Inn—Landlord, Waiters, Gentlemen, &c.
    • THE WITCH
      • CHARACTERS
      • CHARACTERS
      • SCENE.—Bath
      • PROLOGUE
      • MR. H——
      • A FARCE IN TWO ACTS
      • ACT I
      • SCENE.—_A Public Room in an Inn—Landlord, Waiters, Gentlemen, &c.
    • CHARACTERS
    • CHARACTERS
    • SCENE.—Bath
    • PROLOGUE
    • MR. H——
    • A FARCE IN TWO ACTS
    • ACT I
    • SCENE.—_A Public Room in an Inn—Landlord, Waiters, Gentlemen, &c.
    • SCENE.—In the Street.
    • SCENE.—An Apartment in MELESINDA'S House.
    • SCENE.—A Room in the Inn. (Two Waiters disputing.)
    • ACT II
      • SCENE.—A handsome Apartment well lighted, Tea, Cards, &c.—A large party of Ladies and Gentlemen, among them MELESINDA.
    • SCENE.—A handsome Apartment well lighted, Tea, Cards, &c.—A large party of Ladies and Gentlemen, among them MELESINDA.
    • SCENE.—The Street. BELVIL and another Gentleman.
    • SCENE.—MR. H——'S Apartment.
    • SCENE.—Melesinda's Apartment.
      • THE PAWNBROKER'S DAUGHTER
        • CHARACTERS
      • CHARACTERS
    • THE PAWNBROKER'S DAUGHTER
      • CHARACTERS
    • CHARACTERS
    • ACT I.
      • SCENE I.—An Apartment at Flint's house.
        • FLINT. WILLIAM.
      • FLINT. WILLIAM.
    • SCENE I.—An Apartment at Flint's house.
      • FLINT. WILLIAM.
    • FLINT. WILLIAM.
    • SCENE II.—A Butcher's Shop.
      • CUTLET. BEN.
    • CUTLET. BEN.
    • SCENE III.—A Street.
    • ACT II
      • SCENE.—At Flint's.
        • FLINT. WILLIAM.
      • FLINT. WILLIAM.
    • SCENE.—At Flint's.
      • FLINT. WILLIAM.
    • FLINT. WILLIAM.
    • SCENE.—The Apartment of Miss Flyn.
      • MISS FLYN. BETTY.
    • MISS FLYN. BETTY.
    • SCENE.—Police-Office.
      • THE WIFE'S TRIAL; OR, THE INTRUDING WIDOW
        • A DRAMATIC POEM
        • CHARACTERS
        • SCENE—A Library.
        • MR. SELBY, KATHERINE.
      • A DRAMATIC POEM
      • CHARACTERS
      • SCENE—A Library.
      • MR. SELBY, KATHERINE.
    • THE WIFE'S TRIAL; OR, THE INTRUDING WIDOW
      • A DRAMATIC POEM
      • CHARACTERS
      • SCENE—A Library.
      • MR. SELBY, KATHERINE.
    • A DRAMATIC POEM
    • CHARACTERS
    • SCENE—A Library.
    • MR. SELBY, KATHERINE.
    • SCENE.—Servants' Hall.
  • SCENE.—Mrs. Selby's Chamber.
    • SCENE.—An Apartment, contiguous to the last.
    • SCENE.—The Library.
      • MR. SELBY. MRS. FRAMPTON.
    • MR. SELBY. MRS. FRAMPTON.
    • SCENE.-Mrs. Selby's Chamber.
      • MRS. FRAMPTON. KATHERINE.
      • SCENE.—A Garden.
        • MR. SELBY. MRS. FRAMPTON.
      • MR. SELBY. MRS. FRAMPTON.
    • MRS. FRAMPTON. KATHERINE.
    • SCENE.—A Garden.
      • MR. SELBY. MRS. FRAMPTON.
    • MR. SELBY. MRS. FRAMPTON.
  • NOTES
    • POEMS
      • SONNETS
        • ALBUM VERSES
        • MISCELLANEOUS
        • SONNETS
        • COMMENDATORY VERSES
        • TRANSLATIONS
        • UNCOLLECTED PIECES
        • ALBUM VERSES AND ACROSTICS
        • MR. P[IT]T
      • ALBUM VERSES
      • MISCELLANEOUS
      • SONNETS
      • COMMENDATORY VERSES
      • TRANSLATIONS
      • UNCOLLECTED PIECES
      • ALBUM VERSES AND ACROSTICS
      • MR. P[IT]T
    • SONNETS
      • ALBUM VERSES
      • MISCELLANEOUS
      • SONNETS
      • COMMENDATORY VERSES
      • TRANSLATIONS
      • UNCOLLECTED PIECES
      • ALBUM VERSES AND ACROSTICS
      • MR. P[IT]T
    • ALBUM VERSES
    • MISCELLANEOUS
    • SONNETS
    • COMMENDATORY VERSES
    • TRANSLATIONS
    • UNCOLLECTED PIECES
    • ALBUM VERSES AND ACROSTICS
    • MR. P[IT]T
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