The Letters of Charles Lamb: Newly Arranged, with Additions, Volumen2

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A. C. Armstrong & son, 1888

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DATE PAGE
23
TO SAMUEL TAYLOR COLE RIDGE Dec 24 1818
24
63
27
TO Miss WORDSWORTH May 25 1820 56
29
TO MR GILLMAN May 2
33
July 30 1821
35
To C COWDEN CLARKE 1821
36
TO WILLIAM WORDSWORTH Mar 20 1822
39
TO JOHN CLARE Aug 31 1822
41
TO MRS KENNEY Sept 11 1822
44
TO MR BARRON FIELD Sept 22 1822
45
To B R HAYDON Oct 19 1822
48
TO John HOWARD PAYNE Nov 1822
49
Christmas 1822
57
TO MR AND MRS BRUTON Jan 6 1823
60
TO J HOWARD PAYNE Jan 23
63
TO BERNARD BARTON Feb 17 1823
66
To WALTER WILSON Feb 24 1823
67
To BERNARD BARTON March 5 1823
68
CCXIII
70
To J Howard PAYNE 1823
72
1823
73
TO B W PROCTER April 13 1823
74
TO BERNARD BARTON May 3 1823
78
TO CHARLES LLOYD 1823
79
To Thomas ALLSOP Aug 9 1823
85
To ROBERT SOUTHEY Nov 21 1823
89
TO BERNARD BARTON Nov 22 1823
90
CHAPTER V
96
Sept 30 1824
110
TO BERNARD BARTON Dec 1 1824
116
TO Miss HUTCHINSON Jan 20 1825
123
To BERNARD BARTON Feb 10 1825
124
To THOMAS MANNING Early in 1825
125
To BERNARD BARTON Mar 23 1825
126
To WILLIAM WORDSWORTH April 6 1825
127
To BERNARD BARTON April 6 1825
129
TO Miss HUTCHINSON April 18 1825
130
TO VINCENT NOVELLO April 25 1825
132
To BERNARD BARTON July 2 1825
134
Aug 10 1825
135
TO ROBERT SOUTHEY Aug 19 1825
136
To WILLIAM HONE Sept 30 1825
139
To Thomas MANNING Dec 10 1825
140
CCLXXI
141
Mar 20 1826
142
TO SAMUEL TAYLOR COLE RIDGE Mar 22 1826
144
To Rev H F CARY April 3 1826
145
TO BERNARD BARTON May 16 1826
146
TO SAMUEL TAYLOR COLE RIDGE June 1 1826
147
TO J B DIBDIN June 1826
148
July 14 1826
150
TO WILLIAM HONE July 25 1826
152
TO J B DIBDIN Sept 9 1826
153
To BERNARD BARTON Sept 26 1826
155
End of 1826
157
To H C ROBINSON Jan 20 1827
158
TO THOMAS ALLSOP Jan 25 1827
160
Feb 5 1827
161
Mar 20 1827
162
TO VINCENT NOVELLO April 1827
163
May 1827
164
TO BERNARD Barton June 11 1827
165
June 1827
167
TO MRS SHELLEY July 26 1827
169
To Sir John STODDART Aug 9 1827
171
TO BERNARD BARTON Aug 10 1827
172
To WILLIAM HONE Aug 10 1827
174
TO WILLIAM HONE Sept 2 1827
176
Sept 13 1827
177
To Thomas Hood Sept 18 1827
178
TO J B DIBDIN Sept 18 1827
180
TO HENRY COLBURN Sept 25 1827
181
To H CRABB ROBINSON Oct 1 1827
183
TO J B DIBDIN Oct 2 1827
184
To H DODWELL Oct 7 1827
185
TO BERNARD BARTON April 21 1828
199
TO MR Moxon May 3 1828
200
TO Mrs Basil MONTAGU Summer 1828
201
B R HAYDON August 1828
202
To BERNARD BARTON Oct 11 1828
203
To C COWDEN CLARKE Oct 1828
205
TO VINCENT NOVELLO Nov 6 1828
206
To LAMAN BLANCHARD Nov 9 1828
209
TO BERNARD BARTON Dec 5 1828
210
To C COWDEN CLARKE Dec 1828
212
To B W PROCTER Jan 19 1829
213
CCCXXXVI
216
1829
217
To B W PROCTER Jan 29 1829
218
r 1829
219
Feb 2 1829
220
TO COWDEN CLARKE Feb 2 1829
221
To BERNARD BARTON Mar 25 1829
222
To H C ROBINSON April 10 1829
223
April 17 1829
224
To WALTER WILSON May 28 1829
226
July 3 1829
227
July 25 1829
228
TO SAMUEL TAYLOR COLE RIDGE 1829
230
231 CCCLII TO MR SERJEANT TAL FOURD 1829
231
TO Mr GILLMAN Oct 26 1829
232
TO VINCENT NOVELLO Oct 1829
233
TO WALTER WILSON Nov 15 1829
234
TO MR GILLMAN Nov 30 1829
236
Dec 1829
239
To WILLIAM WORDS WORTH Jan 22 1830
241
To BERNARD BARTON Feb 25 1830
246
TO MRS HAZLITT Mar 4 1830
247
TO REV JAMES Gill MAN Mar 8 1830
248
To WILLIAM AYRTON Mar 14 1830
249
To Mrs WILLIAMSApril 2 1830
251
Good Friday 1830
252
To ROBERT SOUTHEY May 10 1830
253
TO MR Moxon May 12 1830
255
TO MR NOVELLO May 14 1830
256
TO MR HONE May 21 1830
257
June 3 1830
260
To BERNARD BARTON June 28 1830
261
To WILLIAM HONE July 1 1830
262
TO VINCENT NOVELLO Nov 8 1830
263
TO GEORGE DYER Dec 20 1830
264
Feb 22 1831
266
To Rev H F CARY April 13 1831
269
To Rev H F CARY Maii 6 1831
270
TO JOHN TAYLOR June 8 1831
271
To Mr Moxon Aug 1831
272
Sept 5 1831
273
Feb 1832
275
To W S LANDON April 9 1832
278
TO MR Moxon 1832
279
To Mr Moxon Feb 11 1833
281
To Mr Moxon Mar 19 1833
282
To MRS HAZLITT May 31 1833
283
TO THOMAS ALLSOP July 1833
287
To Rev H F CARY Sept 9 1833
289
TO MR AND Mrs Moxon Nov 29 1833
290
TO MR ROGERS Dec 1833
292
TO MARY BETHAM Jan 24 1834
294
TO Miss FRYER Feb 14 1834
295
To WILLIAM WORDSWORTH Feb 22 1834
296
TO THOMAS MANNING May 10 1834
297
To REV JAMES GILLMAN Aug 5 1834
299
TO MR CHILDS Sept 15 1834
300
To Rev H F CARY Oct 1834
301
Oct 18 1834
303
NOTES
305
205
340
INDEX
359
Nov 13
368
231
369

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