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isms on, ii. 55 ; letter of amende to,
ii. 61 ; 'girding' at different reli-
gions, vi. 72.

' Specimens of Dramatic Poetry,' i.
69.

Specimens of dramatic writers ; ori-
ginal preface to, iv. 238.

Spectacles, present of a pair of,
thoughts on, iii. 29.

Speculation, advice on, iii. 73.

Spenser, amusing equivoque as to, ii.
84 ; vi. 55.

Squirrels, in re, vi. 100.

Stackhouse's Bible, youthful recollec-
tions of, iii. 233.

Stael, Mme. de. Lamb on, ii. 14.

Stage Illusion, iii. 407.

Starkey, Captain, vi. 95.

Starkey, Capt. , Lamb's master, i. 6.

Stevenson, Miss, vi. 210.

Stoddart, Sir J., ii. 171 n.

St. Omer, Theses at, iii. 336.

Stothard, praise of, iii. 61.

Stuart, Dan., i. 50 ; editor. Morning
Post, iv. 78 ; system of jokes for,
iv. 79.

Suett, R., Sketch of, iii. 356.

Sulkiness a misfortune, (Popular
Fallacies), iv. 165 ; mode of
recognising sulkiness, 167.

Superannuated Man, the, iv.

35-
Suppers, Lamb s, iii. 56.

Surface, C. and J., the characters

analysed, iii. 366.
Swans, Sonnet on, vi. 289.
Swift quoted, iii. 224.



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INDEX,



Sydney, Sir P. , his sonnets, iv. 68.

Table Book album, verses for, vi.

326.
Table Talk, by the late Elia, vi.

153-
Tailor, Lamb's sketch of his, ii. 39 ;

the melancholy of tailors, ii. 94.

Tailors, On the Melancholy of,

'V- 353-
Talfourd, Sir T., his first acquaintance

with Lamb, i. 74 ; introduced by

him to Wordsworth, -j-j ; names

his child after Lamb, 136, iii. 12 ;

verses on its death, i. 136 n.
Talma, Lamb sups with, iii. 17.
Tame, T. , clerk, iii. 134.
Tartars, jesting description of, ii. 210.
Teazle, Sir P., old and new method

of interpreting, iii. 369,
Temper no test of truth, iv. 139.
Tempest, The, on a passage in, v.

421.
Temple Gardens, The, lii. 272.
Temple Hall, the, iii. 274,
Temple Lane, Lamb's residence in

described, ii. 239.
Temple, Sir W. , his style, iv. 45 ;

on gardening, iv. 47.
Testimonials, on, iii. 53.
Theatrical Criticisms, vi. 203-216.
Thelwall, John, account of, i. 176.
'Theses Theologicae' sent to Cole-
ridge, i. 390.
Thomson,] AMES, Original Letter

OF, vi. 177.
Three Graves, The, vi. 431.
Thurlow, Lord, his Poems, ' fine

words,' ii. 106 ; his sonnet praised,

iv. 434.
'Tic doloreux,' ii. 311.
Time at London and the Antipodes,

iii. 14.
Time, ' buying,' ii. 28a.
Tipp, J., clerk, iii. 135.
Titian, his 'Ariadne' criticised, iv.

88.
Tobacco, Farewell to, vi. 376 ;

curse of, ii. 80 ; v. 409.
Tobin, when blind, iii. 405.
Tombs in the Abbey, The, iv. 58.
Toothache described, ii. 114.
Tourneur, C, criticised, iv. 225.



Towers, Mrs. J. , album verses to, vi

321.
Translat'ons from the Latin,

vi. 340,
Treadmill, Pindaric Ode to, ri.

389-
Triumph of the Whale, The, vi.

426.
Turnips, Lamb's jest in the stage

coach on, ii. 274 ; iii. 58.
Twopeny, a Bencher, iii. 281.
Two Races of Men, The, iii. 165.

Ulysses, Adventures of, v. 141.
Unbeloved, The, vi. 433.
Undertaker, character of, iv. 330.
Undertakers' advertisements, iv. 325.

Valentine, E. Burney's, iii. 242.
Valentine's Day, iii. 240.
'Virginius,' a favourite of Lamb's,

i. 87.
Virgins, the foolish, iii. 201.
Visitors, intrusion of, iv. 153.

Wainwright, T. G., account of, i, 96;
specimen of his composition, i. 108
n. ; account of in Mr. Dickens'
'AH the Year Round,' i. no n. ;
sketched by Lord Lytton in
' Lucretia,' i. 113 n. ; strange recog-
nition of, by Macready, ib.

Wales, W., of Christ's Hospital, de-
scribed, iv. 182.

Waltham Cross, On, vi. 435.

Ward, Plumer, and Blakesware, iii.

439-
Warner, praise of, iii. 50.
Waverley Novels, Lamb's indifference

for, i. 269.
Webster, J., criticised, iv. 225, 246,

247.
Wedding, The, iv. 103.
Wednesday nights. Lamb's descrip-
tion of, and the company, i. 151.
Wesley, Miss, i. 410.
Westminster Abbey, abuses in, iv. 55.
Westwood, Miss, album verses for,

vi. 328.
Westwood, T., Lamb's landlord,

sketch of, ii. 152, also 413.
Westwood, T., his sketch of Lamb at

Enfield, i. 138 n.



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Whist, speculation on, iii. 181.

White's, Jem, his Falstaff letters, i.
II, 12 n ; entertainment to the
chimney sweepers, iii. 314 ; his ren-
contre with Dodd the actor, iii.

355 n-

W., Margaret, to, vi. 413.
Wickliffe, fine passage in Fuller on,

iv. 276, 277 n.
Widow at Doctor's Commons, sketch

of, iii. 37.
Wife, The, Epilogue to, vi. 421.
Wife's Trial, The, vi. 253.
Wilkie's ' Epigonaid,' G. Dyer's

excitement about, i. 406.
Wilkinson, the actor, vi. 215.
Willis, N. P., description of his meet-
ing with C. and M. Lamb, i.

127 n.
Wilson, Professor, Lamb's meeting

with, i. 266 n.
Wit not 'allied to madness,' iv. 25.
Witches, and other Night Fears,

iii. 231.
Witch, The, vi. 285.
Wither, comparison of, with Quarles,

ii. 35. ; iii. 106.
Wither, on the Poetical Works

of George, iv. 315.
Wood, M., Sonnet to, vi. 434.
WooDviL, John, drama, v. 283.
' Woodvil, John,' published, L 56,

aSg. .



Wordsworth's ' Excursion ' reviewed,
vi. 228.

Wordsworth's Lines on Lamb, i. 271 ;
his marriage alluded to in Lamb's
Letters, i. 416 ; books purchased for,
by Lamb, ii. 68 ; praise of his
poems, ii. 71; reviewed in Quarterly
by Lamb, i. 73, ii. 95 ; criticism of
his ' Poems," ii. 100, 104, 106, 109,
134. 135 ; ' a mind to write like
Shakspeare,' ii. 235; 'William
Minor," sketch of, ii. 137.

Work, sonnet, vi. 296.

Wrench, the actor, Elliston's remark
on, iv. 2 ; vi. 210, 213.

Writers denied praise because we
admire them, vi. 199.

Written a Twelvemonth After
the Events, vi. 308.

Wroughton, the stage manager, letter
from as to ' Mr. H.,' ii. 81.

Wycherley, principle of his comedies,
iii. 365.

Yarrington, R., criticised, iv. 255.
Youngest daughter of a lady, acrostic

on, vi. 332.
Young Friend, To a, vi. 401.

To The Same, vi. 402.
Young Lady, a very, album verses

for, vi. 326.




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