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Davy, i. 246.
Dawe, George, R.A., i. 220, 238, 258,

335 ; ii. 272.
De Camp, actor, i. 234.
De Foe, Roxana by, i. 330 ; ii. 66 ;

Lamb on works of, ii. 53, 68 ; Wil-
son's Memoirs of, and Lamb's Esti-

timate of Secondary Novels, ii. 317.
De Foe, Life and Times of, by Walter

Wilson, ii. 234 ; review of, by Haz-

litt, ii. 235 ; 344, 346.
De Quincey, ii. 7, 123 ; Letter to a

Young Man, etc., ii. 327.
Dermody, i. 84.
Desbrow, Lady, ii. 19.
Despard, Colonel, i. 108.
Devonshire, the Duke of, ii. 333.
Devonshire, the Duchess of, i. 130.
Devotional Verses, by Bernard Barton,

ii. 141.
Dibdin, Charles, nautical song-writer,

ii. 318.
Dibdin, Charles, the younger, ii. 318 ;

Young Arthur, by, ii. 107, 325 ; The

Chessiad, by, ii. 122, 327.
Dibdin, John Bates, death of, ii. 318 ;

his discovery of " Elia," ii. 318. See

Letters.
Dibdin, Miss, sister of John Bates

Dibdin, ii. 31S ; account of her

brother's friendship with Lamb, ii.

318.
Dibdin, Robert W., ii. 318.
D'Israeli, Isaac, i. 160
Ditton-upon-Thames, epitaphs at, i.

263.



INDEX



363



Dobrizhoffer, Martin, Account of the

Abipones, by, ii. 319, 330.
Dodd, actor, ii. 40.
Dodd, Dr., i. 332.
Dodsley's editions of old plays, i. 142,

253.
Dodwell, Henry, of the India House,

i. 343 ; ii. 337. See Letters.
Dogget, the Coat and Badge, ii. 153.
Dollin, William, i. 259.
Don Giovanni, first produced in'Eng-

land, April, 1817, ii. 305.
Donne, ii. 102.
Dowden, Elizabeth, ii. 214
Dowden's Southey, i. 313.
Dowley, Mr., clerk in the India House,

ii. 17, 19.
Drama, The, George Dyer on, i. 137.
Dramatic Works, Lamb on purchase

of, for Wordsworth, i. 142.
Drayton, Michael, i. 28G ; ii. 164,
Druitt, Mary, epitaph on, i. 204, 335.
Drummonds, bankers, ii. 176.
Drury Lane Theatre, Lamb's farce,

Mr. H., accepted at, i. 231, 244.
Dubois, clown, i. 220.
Dudley, Charles Stoke, married

to Hester Savory, i. 334.
Duncan, Miss, actress, i. 234.
Dunstable, ii. 244.
D'Uri'e, Astrea, romance by, ii. 221,

343.
Dyer,' George, i. 27, 49, 97, 126 ; Lamb

on Poems, by, i. 124, 127, 131,

133, 137; on the drama, i. 137,

140, 145 ; introduction of Lamb to

John Rickman by, i. 145 ; Preface

to Poems of, i. 157; Poems, by, i.

167, 322 ; 209, 247, 313, 325, 326,

329 ; ii. 4 ; accident to, ii. 91 ; 116 ;

marriage, ii. 139 ; 170, 331, 350. See

Letters.
Dyer, Mrs., ii. 303. See Letters.

East India Company, The, ii. 14.

East India House, ii. 22.

Edinburgh Review, i. 265 ; Reformist's

reply to the, i. 33S ; ii. 234, 235.
Edmonton, Charles and Mary Lamb

at, ii. 354.
Edward II., Marlowe, i. 93.
Elia, an Italian, clerk at the South

Sea House, ii. 35 ; death of, ii. 36.
Elia Essays, Dedication to, ii. 52 ;

references to, ii, 320, 321, 323.
Ellis, Agar, ii. 333,
Elliston, actor, i. 235.
Elton, Sir Charles, verses by, ii. 313.
Enfield, incendiarism at, ii. 264.
Englishman's Magazine, The, Lamb's

contributions to, ii. 272, 353.



" Epitaph on an Infant," Coleridge,

i. 312.
Epitaphs, at Ditton-upon-Thames, i.

263.
" Epithalamium," an, on the marriage

of C. Cowden Clarke, ii. 206, 207,

340.
" Essay on Roast Pig," i. 312.
Evans, Miss Mary, and Coleridge,

i. 232.
Evans, Ned, i. 19.
Evans, William, of the India House,

i. 19, 336, 342 ; ii. 309.
Excursion, The, Wordsworth, publica-
tion of, i. 271, 339 ; Lamb's review

of, i. 339.

Fairfax, i. 59 ; Godfrey of Bullen,

i. 75.
Fairford, Philip, i. 322.
Fall of Cambria, The, by Joseph Cottle,

ii. 28.
Falstaff's Wedding, Dr. Kenrick, i.

313.
Farce, Mr. II., by Lamb, accepted at

Drury Lane Theatre, i. 231 ; failure

of, i. 239.
"Farewell to Tobacco," The, i. 335;

ii. 25.
Farmer's Boy, The, R. Bloomfield, i.

145, 147.
Farren, W., in Payne's "Ali Pacha,"

ii. 49.
Faidkener, play, by Godwin, i. 330.
Fauntleroy, banker and forger, execu-
tion of, ii. 117, 326.
Fawcett, Mr., actor, i. 222.
Fawcett, Rev. Joseph, dissenting

minister, i. 222, 335.
"Fayette, To," Sonnet, i. 316.
Fearn's Anti-Tooke, ii. 172.
Fell, Mr. i. 198, 223, 259.
Fell, Mrs., i. 259.
Fenwick, Eliza, Mrs. Rutherford, ii.

171.
Fenwick, John, i. 184, 203, 206, 223,

259, 331 ; ii. 4.
Fenwick, Mrs., i. 259.
Field, Barron, ii. 223, 305, 320 ; return

from Sydney, ii. 121, 325. See

Letters.
Field, Mrs. Barron, ii. 5.
Fisher, Miss Clara, actress, ii. 66, 73.
Fitzgerald, Edward, ii. 324, 325, 334,

353.
Fitzherbert, Mrs., i. 139.
Fletcher, Faithful Shepherdess, i. 75.
" Flocci, nauci," note on, i. 318.
Fludyer, Sir Samuel, ii. 212, 341.
Foote, Miss, in Payne's "Ali Pacha,"

ii. 49.



364



INDEX



Ford, John, i. 143.

Foreign Quarterly Review, ii. 337.

Forest Cross, ii. 213.

Fomhain, Rev. Mr. Williams, Rector

of, ii. 252.
Forty Hill, ii. 202, 213, 339.
Fox, George, ii. 43, 64.
Fox, Mr., i. 334.
Fraser, W., editor of the Bijou, 1828,

ii. 175, 337.
French, translation from the, instance

of, i. 24.
Frend, Rev. William, i. 123, 325.
Friend, Mr., of the India House,

ii. 18.
Friend, The, weekly paper, i. 248 ;

Lamb on first number, i. 251 ; 253,

257, 336.

Fryer, Miss, ii. 356. See Letters.
Fuseli, i. 8.

Garrick, David, bequest to the

British Museum, ii. 160, 333.
Gem, The, ii. 204, 217, 339, 340, 342.
Gentleman's Magazine, The, ii. 159.
Geographical Memoirs, etc., edited by

Barron Field, ii. 223.
German, translations from, by Cole-
ridge and Lamb, i. 187, 333.
Gibbon, i. 115.
Gifford, Mr., i. 280.
Gillman, apothecary, i. 305.
Gillman, Dr., ii. 128, 130.
Gillman, Mr., i. 343; ii. 328. See

Letters.
Gillman, Mrs., ii. 7, 233.
Gillman, Rev. ; James, ii. 347. See

Letters.
Gillman's Life of Coleridge, i. 313.
Gillmans, the, ii. 33.
Gladmans, the, of Wheathamstead, ii.

22, 308.
Godwin, Life of, Kegan Paul, i. 325.
Godwin, M. J., publisher, i. 244,

336.
Godwin, William, i. 29, US, 135 ;

Lamb on Epilogue to Antonio, i.

150, 151 ; failure of Antonio, i. 154 ;

Life of Chancer, i. 207 ; 222, 224, 237,

258, 299, 335 ; on Sepulchres, i. 251,
254, 337 ; Antonio, Lamb's Pro-
logue to, i. 326 ; play, Faulkener,
i. 330 ; pecuniary difficulties, ii. 48 ;
bankruptcy of, ii. 317. See Letters.

Godwin, Mrs. W., "The bad baby,"
i. 207, 241, 242, 258, 265, 336. See
Letters.

Goethe's Faust, Lamb on, ii. 93.

Gold, Mrs., ii. 23, 308.

Goldsmith, Oliver, i. 5S ; ii. 153.

G rattan, i. 135. See Curran, i. 326.



Gray, i. 124.

Gray, Miss, actress, ii. 144.

Green, Mrs., i. 188.

Gregory, Dr. i. 160 ; opinion of Pope,

i. 161.
Grenville, Lord, i. 113.
Grimaldi, ii. 154.
Gulliver's Travels, i. 164.
Gutch, J. M., Lamb with, i. 134. See

Letters.
"Gypsy's Malison, The," ii. 217, 218,

342.

Hamburgh, Wordsworth and Cole-
ridge at, i. 322.

Hamilton (of Bangor), quoted, i. 5.

Hare, ii. 216.

Hare Court, i. 250, 252. .

Harley, actor, ii. 153.

Harrow, Lamb at, i. 272.

Harvey, Dr., portrait of, at Cam-
bridge, ii. 58.

Harwood, Colonel, i. 259.

Harwood, Mrs., i. 259.

Hastings, Lamb at, ii. 81.

Hawkesworth, Dr., i. 246.

Haydon, B. R., picture "Alexander,"
ii. 162, 333 ; an evening party with,
ii. 306 ; exhibition of pictures by
ii. 340. See Letters.

Hayes, Mary, i. 118.

Hayley, i. 83.

Hazlitt, Rev. William, i. 242. See
Letters.

Hazlitt, William, i. 215 ; disappear-
ance of, i. 242, 336 ; and Miss Stod-
dart, i. 243, 245 ; Life of Holcroft,
by, i. 256 ; 258 ; English Grammar,
i. 337 ; review of Wordsworth's Ex-
cursion, i. 339 ; The Spirit of the
Age, by, ii. 124, 339 ; review of
Wilson's Life and Times of De Foe,
ii. 235, 240, 346. See Letters.

Hazlitt, W. C, Memoirs of William
Hazlitt, by, i. 336, 340.

Hazlitt, Mary, ii. 92.

Hazlitt, Mrs. William, i. 258, 265 ;
birth of son, i. 229, 267, 338 ; 329.
See Letters.

Heard, Miss, actress, i. 152.

Heautontimorumenos, Terence, i. 342.

Hedges, Mr., i. 293.

"Helen," by Mary Lamb, i. 136,
326.

Hemans, Mrs., ii. 103, 216.

Henderson, John, i. 312 ; Monody on,
by Joseph Cottle, i. 312.

Henry the Fifth, Shakspeare, i. 203.

Hervey, i. 254 ; ii. 217.

Hcssey, Archdeacon, i. 335 ; ii. 230,
348.



INDEX



365



Hetty, aunt of Charles Lamb, i. 32,
59, 67 ; death of, i. 71.

Hetty, Charles and Mary Lamb's ser-
vant, i. 116, 325.

Hey wood, John, ii. 104.

fficks's Hall, i. 26S.

Hill, Sergeant, i. 245.

Hill, Thomas, ii. 150.

Hissing, Lamb on, i. 245.

History of the Corruptions of Chris-
tianity, Priestley, i. 317.

Hogarth, i. 12.

Hogarth Room, The, i. 254, 256.

Holeroft, Louisa, afterwards Mrs.
Badams, marriage, ii. 216 ; 218 ;
342.

Holeroft, Miss, i. 25S.

Holeroft, Mrs., i. 225, 234, 238, 258, 290.

Holeroft, Thomas, i. 1S4, 195, 225;
Lamb's pun on, i. 246; death of, i. 294,
254 ; Life of, by W. Hazlitt, i. 256.

Holcroft's The Vindictive Man, failure
of, i. 234 ; The Road to Ruin, i. 235.

Hollington Church, Lamb's account
of, ii. 81, 84, 149, 322.

Holmes, Edward, ii. 120, 197 ; Life of
Mozart, by, ii. 339.

Homer, i. 126, 137.

Hone, Matilda, ii. 200, 262.

Hone, William, ii. 253, 254, 348, 349,
354. See Letters.

Hone's Every Day Book, ii. 152, 332,
333 ; Table Booh, ii. 174, 176, 179,
194, 254, 333, 335 ; Year Book, ii.
352.

Hood, Mrs., lines by Lamb to, on the

death of her child, ii. 337, 340.
Hood, Thomas, quoted, i. 341 ; at
Hastings, ii. 84 ; 141 ; sketch by,
ii. 146 ; Whims and Oddities, ii. 158 ;
198, 284, 322 ; Odes and Addresses, ii.
329; Whims and Oddities, Second
Series, ii. 333, 334 ; Plea of the Mid-
summer Fairies, ii. 336 ; imitation of
Lamb, " The Widow," ii. 342. See
Letters.
"Hook and I," Theodore Hook and

Holeroft, i. 246.
Hoole, Mr., i. 59.
Hope, a poem by William Lisle Bowles,

i. 315.
Hope (?Hoop) Inn, Cambridge, i. 210.
Hopkins, Richard, i. 210.
Horns, A Vision of, ii. 327, 328.
Horsley, Bishop, i. 119.
Houlbert, Squire, i. 210.
Hudson, precentor of St. Paul's, i.

120.
Hulse, Mr., sale of collection of pic-
tures, i. 224, 227.
Hume, Mrs., i. 220, 268.



Hunt, John, publisher, action for libel

against, ii. 99 ; publisher of The

Liha-al, ii. 324.
Hunt, Leigh, ii. 36 ; The Liberal

edited by, ii. 99, 324; at Genoa, ii.

119 ; 12S, 320, 337. See Letters to
Hunt's, Leigh, Autobiography, i. 323,

338; Lord Byron, etc., ii., 190, 388.
Hunt, Miss, i. 2.
Hiuiothrumbo, a farce, mentioned, i.

137.
Hurst, Mr., publisher, ii. 198, 339.
Hutchinson, Mary, afterwards Mrs.

Wordsworth, i. 297, 303, 321, 331.
Hutchinson, Miss, Mrs. Wordsworth's

sister, i. 342 ; ii. 6. See Letters to
Hyde, clerk in the India House, ii. 18.
Hylas, W., i. 279.

India Company, The, i. 59.

India House, Lamb's life at, i. 50, 99,
330.

Inesilla: or, the Tender, by Charles
Oilier, ii. 100, 324.

Inner Temple Lane, i. 250, 252, 256.

Institutions, the Royal and other,
i. 247.

Ireland, Alexander, ii. 339.

Ireland, W., in connection with por-
trait of Shakspeare, ii. 46, 50.

Irving, Rev. Edward, "Anniversary
Sermon of the London Missionary
Society," ii. 121, 129, 327; Lamb
on, ii. 126, 129; Mrs. Oliphant's
Life of, ii. 327. See Letters.

Isola, Emma, i. 341 ; ii. 172, 174, 176,
216; Procter's verses to, ii. 220;
227, 228 ; illness of, ii. 247 ; 256, 27S,
281, 284, 31S, 343, 347, 353.

Jackson, W., ii. 209.

Jameson and Aders, Messrs., i. 275.

Jameson, Robert, ii. 320.

Jamieson, Dr., i. 317.

Jamieson, Mr., ii. 178.

"Janus Weathercock," Thomas Grif-
fiths Wainwright, ii. 78, 83, 321,
352.

Jefferson, W. J., ii. 315.

Jenner, Dr., i. 226 ; ii. 137.

Jem of Malta, Marlowe, quoted, i. 92.

Joan of Arc, Coleridge, i. 4 ; Coleridge
and Southey, i. 9, 11; Southey,
publication of, i. 311, 312, 317.

John Woodvil, i. 147, 151, 179; ii. 26.

Johnson, Dr., i. 127, 160; Life of
Waller referred to, i. 59 ; Lives of
the Poets, i. 125, 160.

Johnson, publisher, i. 222.

Jonson, Ben, i. 125, 142.

Jordan, Mrs., actress, i. 234.



366



INDEX



Joseph, Mr., A.R.A., ii. 27; portrait

of Lamb by, ii. 309.
Julia de Roubigne, Mackenzie, i. 317.

Kassell, i. 20.

Kate , i. 257, 258.

Kean, Edmund, i. 303.

Kelly, Fanny, actress (Barbaras.), ii.

10, 23, 73, 132, 144 ; in the part of

"Emmeline," ii. 1(57 ; 245, 2S2, 328,

332, 335.
Kemble, Charles, i. 143, 147, 245 ; ii.

175, 177.
Kemble, Mrs. Charles, ii. 178.
Kenney, James, dramatist, ii. 16; visit

of Charles and Mary Lamb to, ii.

315.
Kenney, Mrs., ii. 44. See Letters.
Kenney, Sophy, ii. 315, 317. See Letters.
Kenrick's, Dr., Falstaff's Wedding, i.

29 313.
Keswick, Coleridge at, i. 127 ; 331 ;

visit of Charles and Mary Lamb to,

i. 182.
King's Bench Walk, i. 169.
Knight, Mrs. Anne, ii. 134, 328.
Knight's, Charles, Musical Library , ii.

305.
Knowles's play, The Wife, Epilogue

to, by Lamb, ii. 292.
Knox, Mr., i. 27, 243.
Kosciusko, Sonnet to, i. 17, 316.

L. E. L., Miss Landon, ii. 175, 217.

" Lacy, John," George Darley, ii. 125.

Lakes, The, i. 148.

Lamb, Charles, remarks on Southey,
i. 1 ; reference to Le Grice, i. 2 ; at
Hoxton, i. 2 ; Sonnet, "To My Sister, "
i. 3; Sonnets sent to Coleridge, i.
4, 5 ; references to Hamilton (of
Bangor), Thomas Parnell, and Cow-
ley, i. 6 ; on Coleridge's Religious
Musings, i. 9, 14 ; on " My Pensive
Sara," i. 10 ; advice to Coleridge on
the Watchman, i. 10 ; admiration
for Priestley, i. 10 ; on Coleridge's
Poems, i. 14 ; on Sonnets and
Epitaphs, i.17 ; desire for Coleridge's
companionship, i. 19 ; delight in
Walton's Complete Angler, i. 20 ; on
Coleridge's Joan of Arc, i. 20, 56,
68 ; on Southey, i. 21 ; difficulties
with blank verse, i. 22 ; on Beau-
mont and Fletcher's plays, i. 23 ;
anticipated visit to Coleridge, July
1796, i. 25 ; parody lines on Cole-
ridge's "Dactyls," i. 26; pictures
of Hope and Fear, i. 27 ; lines to
Cowper, i. 30 ; death of his mother,
i. 32, 33 ; visit to Mary, i. 33 ; state



of mind under trouble, i. 34 ; fear
of his brother's sanity, i. 36 ; reli-
gious views, i. 40; life at India
House, i. 50 ; advice to Coleridge,
i. 51 ; admiration for Cowper, i. 52 ; '
destruction of notes, etc., i. 53;
second sonnet to Mary Lamb, i. 55 ;
love for his aunt, i. 59 ; a keepsake
from Lloyd, i. 60 ; suggestions to
Coleridge for a poem, i. 60 ; on
Coleridge's ' ' Young Ass " and ' ' Man
of Ross," i. 61 ; admiration for Cow-
ley's works, i. 64 ; C. Lloyd with,
i. 66 ; lines to Cowper, i. 67 ; death
of aunt, i. 71 ; experience of Quaker-
ism, i. 72 ; visits to Mary at Hack-
ney, i. 73 ; proposed visit to Cole-
ridge at Stowey, i. 75, 76 ; lines in
remembrance of his mother, i. 78 ;
self-judgment, i. 83 ; to Southey, on
Joan of Arc, i. S6; "propositions"
sent to Coleridge, i. 87 ; references
to Marlowe, i. 91 ; on Southey's
Eclogues, i. 92, 102 ; on a review of
the Ancient Marinere, i. 94 ; remarks
on his tailor, i. 98 ; dramatic work,
i. 101, 107; suggestions for "animal"
poems, i. 105 ; on Burnet's History
of his own Times, i. 114 ; visit of
Coleridge to, March 1800, i. 115;
change of residence, i. 118 ; love for
London, i. 118, 149, 165, 168 ; on
Wordsworth's Lyrical Ballads, i.
119, 167 ; on George Dyer's poetry,
i. 125, 131 ; invitation to Manning,
i. 128 ; visit to Dr. Anderson, i.
133 ; in Southampton Buildings, i.
134 ; visit to the Gutch family at
Oxford, i. 134; on Cottle's Alfred,
i. 138 ; visit to Joseph Cottle, i.
140 ; purchase of books for Words-
worth, i. 142 ; at a snake exhibition,
i. 144 ; introduction to John Rick-
man, i. 145 ; John Woodvil, i.
147 ; invitation from Lloyd, Nov.
1800, i. 148 ; on Epilogue to Antonio,
by W. Godwin, i. 150, 151; on
alterations in Antonio, i. 153 ; visit
to George Dyer, i. 157 ; proposed
visit to Manning at Cambridge, i.
158 ; and Miss Benjay, i. 160 ; visit
from Godwin, i. 162 ; on Words-
worth's "Song of Lucy," etc., i. 162 ;
on Coleridge's Ancient Marinere,
i. 164 ; reply to invitation from
Wordsworth, i. 164 ; change of
lodgings, i. 168 ; at 16 Mitre Court
Buildings, i. 169, 329 ; ii. 306 ; des-
cription of rooms, i. 169 ; invitation
to Manning, i. 169 ; and Walter
Wilson, i. 170 ; epigram on Macin-



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367



tosh, i. 172 ; on Godwin's play
Faulkener, i. 175 ; John Woodvil,
i. 179; reference to "The Lon-
doner," i. 179, 330 ; visit to Coleridge
at Keswick, i. 1S2, 330 ; impressions
of the lake district, i. 1S3 ; on trans-
lation of German poems, i. 187,
333 ; on books for children, i. 189 ;
on Chapman's Homer, i. 190 ; ar-
rangement of Coleridge's Poems, i.
199 ; Epitaph on Mary Druitt, i.
204, 335 ; visit to the Isle of Wight,
i. 206 ; on Godwin's Life of Chaucer,
i. 207 ; difficulties of composition,
i. 208 ; on brawn, i. 211 ; excur-
sions, i. 217 ; farewell to tobacco,
i. 218, 335 ; references to picture
sales, i. 224 ; farce by, i. 225 ; on
paintings by Claude, i. 227 ; the
Tales from Shakspeare, i. 229, 241 ;
affection of, for Thomas Manning,

i. 230 ; failure of Mr. H , i. 239 ;

literary work, 1808, i. 244 ; on
hissing, i. 245 ; at Southampton
Buildings, 1S09, i. 249 ; on the first
number of the Friend, i. 251 ; at 4
Inner Temple Lane, i. 252 ; ii. 306 ;
dread of moving, i. 252 ; difficulties
with dramatic work, i. 252 ; on
Ccelebs in Search of a Wife, i. 253 ;
visit to William Hazlitt, i. 254, 338 ;
on George Wither's Philarete, i. 259,
337 ; on Wordsworth's Excursion, i.
271 ; at Harrow, i. 272 ; on new
edition of Wordsworth's Poems, i.
283, 340 ; on Southey's Roderick, i.
290 ; at Calne, i. 308 ; the "Essay on
Roast Pig," i. 312 ; " The Grandame "
and " Old Familiar Faces," i. 320 ;
Memoir of, Men of Letters Series, i.
320 ; introduction to Southey, i. 320;
with C. Lloyd at Burton, Hamp-
shire, 1797, i. 320 ; poetic rivalry be-
tween, and Coleridge, i. 321 ; pub-
lication of Rosamund Gray, 1798, i.
321 ; Prologue to Godwin's Antonio,
i. 326 ; attachment to Hester Sav-
ory, i. 334 ; Prologue to Coleridge's
Remorse, i. 339 ; at No. 20 Russell
Street, Covent Garden, ii. 6, 8 ;
office names, ii. IS, 307 ; office time-
regulations, ii. 19 ; on Peter Bell,
ii. 20 ; on office life, ii. 23 ; on Lord
Byron and his poetry, ii. 2S ; at
Dalston, ii. 34 ; on Roast Pig, ii.
37 ; loss of friends, ii. 39 ; on Poems,
by John Clare, ii. 42 ; on Paris and
London, ii. 46 ; visit of Talma, ii.
46 ; on Shelley, ii. 47 ; to John
Howard Payne in reference to " Ali
Pacha," ii. 50 ; dedication to the



Elia Essays, ii. 52 ; on De Foe's
writings, ii. 53 ; advice to Bernard
Barton, ii. 62 ; on Sewell's History
of Quakers, ii. 64; "Letter to an Old
Gentleman, "by, ii. 69, 320 ; at dinner
with Wordsworth, Coleridge, and
others, ii. 69, 320 ; on a miniature of
Pope, ii. 74 ; on Hastings, and Holl-
ington Church, ii. 81, 84; on a review
of Elia Essays by Southey, ii. 81 ;
at Islington, ii. 82; arrangements
for making will, ii. 85 ; meditated
reply to Southey, ii. 87, 322 ; on a
present from J. B. Dibdin, ii. 88 ;
the Confessions of a Drunkard, ii.
89 ; at dinner at the Mansion House,
ii. 92 ; on Goethe's Faust, ii. 93 ;
Elia black-balled by a book-club, ii.
98, 324 ; on mottoes, ii. 100 ; on the
death of Lord Byron, ii. 106 ; on
the poetry of Shelley, ii. 109 ; con-
templated retirement from office, ii.
126 ; on quitting official duties,
Mar. 1825, ii. 127, 130 ; on his office
friends, ii. 128, 130 ; contributions
to the London Magazine, ii. 133 ; at
Enfield, ii. 138; illness, ii. 139;
" Popular Fallacies," ii. 142, 143 ; on
a portrait of himself, ii. 147, 173 ;
advice to J. B. Dibdin on reading,
ii. 149; at work on the "Garrick
Plays," ii. 157, 160 ; suggestion of
subject for picture, to B. R. Hay-
don, ii. 163 ; The Intruding Widow,
ii. 168, 170, 175, 335, 336 ; on the
memory of children, ii. 173 ; on
Annuals, ii. 175, 204, 215, 262; at
Enfield, 1827, ii. 180 ; on Hood, ii.
204 ; an Epithalamium on the mar-
riage of C. Cowden Clarke, ii. 207 ;
"The Widow," by, ii. 217; "The
Gypsy's Malison," sonnet, ii. 217, 218;
on Procter's verses to Emma Isola,
ii. 220 ; " Ode to the Treadmill," ii.
226 ; sonnet by, to Samuel Rogers,
ii. 228, 345; "The Pawnbroker's
Daughter," published in Blackwood,
ii. 229, 345 ; on Wilson's Life and
Times of De Foe, ii. 235 ; again in
lodgings at Enfield, 1S29, ii. 235;
on life in town and country, ii. 242 ;
the " Legs of Mutton and Turnip
Crop" Story, ii. 251, 258 ; publica-
tion of Album Verses, ii. 261, 262 ;
on incendiarism, ii. 264 ; on hand-
writing, ii. 268 ; contributions to
the Englishman's Magazine, ii. 272 ;
at Edmonton, ii. 2S4, 354 ; last
letter, to Mrs. Dyer, ii. 303 ; at an
evening party at Haydon's, ii. 306 ;
Mrs. Mathews's description of, ii.



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311 ; Essay on "Some of the Old
Actors," ii. 314 ; visit, with Mary,
to James Kenney at Versailles, ii.
315 ; visit to Talma, ii. 316 ; Essay
on " New Year's Eve," ii. 318 ; the
opening of friendship with J. B.
Dibdin, ii. 318 ; sundry Essays re-
ferred to, ii. 327 ; " The Religion of
the Actors," by, ii. 331 ; picture pre-
sented by, to Bernard Barton, ii.
334; portrait of, ii. 337; "The
Gypsy's Malison," ii. 342; the
Last Essays of Elia, published, ii.
355 ; Rev. H. F. Cary's Lines to the
Memory of, ii. 357.

Lamb, Elizabeth (mother of Charles),
death of, i. 32, 33.

Lamb, John (father of Charles), i. 32,
33 ; ii. 332.

Lamb, John (brother of Charles), ac-
cident to, i. 6, 13 ; 36 ; work on
Humanity, by, i. 266, 338, 284 ;
death of, ii. 39, 314.

Lamb, Mary, insanity of, i. 32, 33 ;
at Islington, i. 35 ; thoughts of
Bethlem, i. 36 ; 38, 56, 60, 63 ; at
Hackney, i. 74 ; 85, 86, 109, 116 ;
unsettled state of health, i. 118 ;
"Helen," by, i. 136, 326 ; 149, 151,
212 ; lines by, on the Madonna, i.
213; lines on the "Lady Blanch,"
i. 214 ; 216, 220, 225, 229 ; publica-
tion of the Tales from Shakspeare,
i. 229, 237 ; illness of, i. 252 ; Poetry
for Children, by, i. 252, 337 ; ii. 120 ;
illness of, 1825, ii. 139, 184 ; return
of illness, 1829, ii. 227; 263, 284.

Lamert, Dr., ii. 17.

Landon, Miss, ii. 175, 217.

Landor, Walter Savage, ii. 278, 354.
See Letters.

Landor, Walter Savage, a Biography,
Forster, ii. 354.

Landor's Julian, i. 292 ; Rose Aylmer,
ii. 353.

Lansdowne, Marquis of, sale of
pictures, i. 225, 227.

iMst Essays of Elia, ii. 355.

Latin Poems, The, of V. Bourne, i.
284, 341.

Lawrey, Mr., ii. 4.

Lay of Marie, Betham, i. 292.

Le Grice, Charles Valentine, and Miss
Hunt, i. 2, 7 ; 311.

Le Grice, Samuel, kindness to Lamb,
i. 35 ; 106 ; death of, at Jamaica, i.
189; 323, 334.

Leighton, Bishop, ii. 99.

Leishman, Mrs., ii. 172, 183.

Leishman, tailor, ii. 285.

Leonora, Burger, i. 313.



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Ainsworth, W. Harrison (Dec. 9,
1823), ii. 93 ; (Dec. 29, 1823), ii.
94.

Allsop, Thomas (Mar. 30, 1821), ii.
29 ; (Aug. 9, 1S23), ii. 82 ; (Sept.
10, 1823), ii. 85; (1823), ii. 85;
(Jan. 7, 1825) ii. 121 ; (Jan. 25,
1827), ii. 160 ; (Dec. 20, 1827), ii.
191 ; (Jan. 2, 1828), ii. 195 ; (1829),
ii. 226 ; (July 1833), ii. 287.

Asbury, Dr. (May 1830), ii. 255.

Ayrton, William (May 17, 1S17), ii.
1 ; (Mar. 14, 1830), ii. 249.

Barton, Bernard (Sept. 11, 1822), ii.
43 ; (Dec. 23, 1822), ii. 55 ; (Jan.
9, 1823), ii. 61 ; (Feb. 17, 1823),
ii. 64; (Mar. 5, 1823), ii. 68;
(Mar. 11, 1823), ii. 70 ; (May 3,
1823), ii. 77 ; (July 10, 1823), ii.
80 ; (Sept. 2, 1823), ii. 82 ; (Sept.
17, 1823), ii. 85 ; (Nov. 22, 1823),
ii. 90 ; (Jan. 9, 1824), ii. 96 ; (Jan.
23, 1824), ii. 98 ; (Feb. 25, 1824),
ii. 100 ; (Mar. 24, 1824), ii. 102 ;
(April 1824), ii. 103 ; (May 15,
1824), ii. 104 ; (July 7, 1S24), ii.
106 ; (Aug. 1824), ii. 108 ; (Sept.
30, 1824). ii. 110 ; (Dec. 1, 1824),
ii. 116 ; (Feb. 10, 1825), ii. 124 ;
(Mar. 23, 1825), ii. 126 ; (April 6,
1825), ii. 129; (July 2, 1825), ii.
134 ; (Aug. 10, 1825), ii. 135 ;
(Feb. 7, 1826), ii. 141 ; (Mar. 20,
1826), ii. 142 ; (May 16, 1826), ii.
146 ; (Sept. 26, 1826), ii. 155 ;
(end of 1826), ii. 157 ; (June 11,
1827), ii. 165 ; (Aug. 10, 1S27), ii.
172; (Aug. 28, 1827), ii. 174;
(Nov. 1827), ii. 189 ; (Dec. 4, 1827),
ii. 190 ; (Dec. 1827), ii. 192 ;
(April 21, 1828), ii. 199 ; (Oct. 11,
1828), ii. 203 ; (Dec. 5, 1828), ii.
210 ; (Mar. 25, 1829), ii. 222 ;
(July 3, 1829), ii. 227 ; (July 25,
1829), ii. 228 ; (Dec. 8, 1829), ii.
239 ; (Feb. 25, 1830), ii. 246 ; (June
28, 1830), ii. 261 ; (Aug. 30, 1830),
ii. 262 ; (April 30, 1831), ii. 269.

Betham, Mary (Jan. 24, 1834), ii.
294.

Betham, Matilda (June 1, 1816), i.
306.

Blanchard, Laman (Nov. 9, 1828),
ii. 209.

Bruton, Mr. and Mrs. (Jan. 6, 1S23),
ii. 60.

Cary, Rev. H. F. (Oct. 14, 1823),
ii. 87 ; (Aug. 19, 1824), ii. 108 ;
(April 3, 1826), ii. 145 ; (June 10,
1828), ii. 200 : (April 13, 1831), ii.



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