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ELIA, 1823, suggested dedication, 337.
-- its poor reception, 338.
-- second series. American edition, 339.
Elia, F.A., 337.
-- Lamb on, 8.
-- his death, 171.
-- Lamb's character of, 171, 402.
-- origin of name, 337.
-- his birthplace, 365.
-- Bridget (Mary Lamb), 43, 362.
---- her taste in reading, 86.
---- her regrets for poverty, 282.
ELLISTON, TO THE SHADE OF, 188, 409.
ELLISTONIANA, 190, 410.
Elliston, R.W., Lamb's essays on, 188, 190, 409, 410.
---- at Leamington, 190.
---- his grave, 411.
---- Lamb and Munden on an excursion, 410.
Elton, Sir C.A., his poem to Lamb, 358.
Emery, John, 186, 409.
Endor, the Witch of, 75, 372.
_Englishman's Magazine_, 342.
---- Lamb's contributions to, 188, 190, 249.
Evans, William, 3, 343.
Evelyn, John, quoted, 72.
_Every-Day Book_, essay on card-playing, 362.
_Examiner, The_, and Lamb's "Chimney-Sweepers," 392.
---- Lamb's contributions to, 63, 168.
---- "On a visit to St. Paul's," 424.
Example, Lamb on, 288.
Excursions, the Lambs', 283.

F

_Faerie Queene_, Lamb's copy, 413.
FALLACIES, POPULAR. _See_ POPULAR FALLACIES.
_Family Pictures_, by Anne Manning, 378.
Farley, Charles, 169, 259, 401, 435.
"Father, A," his remonstrance with Lamb, 360.
Favell, Joseph, 25, 181, 355, 408.
Feasting, Lamb on, 290.
Fenwick, John, 27, 129, 255, 356, 432.
Field, Barron, 90, 118, 363, 377, 389.
-- Mary, 361, 405.
-- Matthew, 20, 352.
Fielde, Francis, Lamb's godfather, 111, 385.
Flecknoe, quoted, 51.
Flogging, Lamb on, 23.
Fools, Lamb's essay on, 48, 367.
Fountains, Lamb on, 96.
Fox, George, 53, 368.
French translation of Lamb, 415.
Fuller, Thomas, quoted, 71.
Funerals and Lamb, 274, 436.

G

Gallantry, Lamb on, 90, 377.
"Garden, The," by Marvell, 96.
Gattie, Henry, 186, 408.
Gebir and the Tower of Babel, 49.
_Gebir_, by Landor, 206, 415.
GENTEEL STYLE IN WRITING, THE, 226, 420.
Gentility, Lamb on, 176.
George IV., 259, 268, 435, 436.
Gladmans, Lamb's relations, 88, 89, 90.
_Gli Elogi del Porco_, 396.
Gluttony and grace, Lamb on, 105.
Godwin, William, his play "Antonio," 328, 444.
-- Lamb's friend, 376.
-- Lamb's letter to, 444.
Gold's _London Magazine_, 395.
GRACE BEFORE MEAT, 104, 384.
Graces at Christ's Hospital, 110, 384.
Gray's Inn Gardens, 155, 399.
Grecians at Christ's Hospital, 26, 355.
Greg, Mr. Thomas, and Lamb's property, 385.
Guildhall giants, 29.
_Gulliver's Travels_, 382.

H

Hare Court, Lamb's rooms in, 390.
"Harlequin's Invasion," 113, 387.
Hastings and the Lambs, 206, 416.
Hawes, Dr., 241.
Hazlitt, William, on Sidney, 247, 427.
---- on Lamb in the country, 345.
---- knocked down by John Lamb, 347.
---- his interest in John Buncle, 357.
---- as Duns Scotus, 367.
---- Lamb's letter to, 397.
---- on Lamb, 403.
---- his wedding, 436.
-- W.C., his notes on Lamb, 357, 438.
Helicon and Hippocrene confused, 37.
Hertfordshire hair, 178.
-- and Lamb, 220, 418.
-- Lamb's praise of, 375.
_He was (woe worth that word!) to each well-thinking mind_, 428.
Heywood, Thomas, quoted, 67.
Hickman, Tom, the prize fighter, 287, 440.
_High-born Helen, round your dwelling_, 407.
Hodges (or Huggins), 352.
Hogarth, his chimney-sweeper, 126.
Hogsflesh and Bacon, 415.
Hogs Norton and the pigs, 109.
Holcroft, Thomas, 376.
Hone's _Table Book_, Lamb's contribution to, 279.
Hood, Thomas, his friendship with Lamb, 393.
---- on beggars, 393.
Hooker, Richard, 104, 384.
Hoole, John, 404.
Horsey, Samuel, 135, 393.
Huggins (or Hodges), 352.
Hugh of Lincoln, 70, 371.
Hume, David, 70, 371.
-- Joseph, Lamb's friend, 394.
Humphreys, Mr. Deputy, 253.
Hunt, Leigh, and Lamb, 360.
---- chaffed by Lamb, 364.
Hunt, Leigh, replies to Lamb, 365.
---- and Lamb's "Chimney Sweepers," 392.
---- on Lamb's books, 412.
---- his translation of Milton, 426.
-- Thornton, 77, 372.
Hutchinson, Sarah, Lamb's letter to, 417.

I

_I can remember when a child the maids_, 372.
_I have not forgot how thou didst love thy Charles_, 350.
Illusion on the stage, 185.
Imagination, its lack in the artists of Lamb's day, 256.
Imitators of Lamb, 339.
IMPERFECT SYMPATHIES, 66, 370.
Ino Leucothea, 79.
Ireland, Dean, 423.
Irving, Edward, and Lamb, 442.
Isola, Emma, 436.

J

JACKSON, CAPTAIN, 215, 416.
-- "Omniscient," 102, 383.
"Janus Weathercock." _See_ Wainewright.
Jekyll, Joseph, 97, 379.
_John Woodvil_ quoted, 368, 372.
Johnson, Dr. Samuel, 250, 344, 383.
Jokes to order, Lamb on, 252.
Jonson, Ben, quoted, 89.
Jordan, Mrs., 151, 398.
Joshua, Martin's picture of, 262, 435.
Journalism and Lamb, 251.

K

Kelly, Fanny, and BARBARA S----, 421.
---- and Mrs. Siddons, 422.
Kemble, John Philip, 153, 168, 327, 398.
Kenney, James, 30, 357.
Kent, Charles, his edition of Lamb, 421.
King, Thomas, 166, 400.

L

"Lady of the Manor," 113, 387.
Lamb, Charles, on the South-Sea House, 1.
---- on accountants, 3.
---- on Elia, 8.
---- on Oxford, 10.
---- on antiquity, 11.
---- on old libraries, 11.
---- on George Dyer, 11.
---- on his school-days, 14.
---- on Coleridge's school-days, 14.
---- on Matthew Fielde, 21.
---- on James Boyer, 22.
---- on borrowers and borrowing, 26.
---- on John Fenwick, 27.
---- on Coleridge as a book borrower, 29.
---- on the Duchess of Newcastle, 30.
---- on the New Year, 31.
---- on bells, 31.
---- on his childhood, 32, 75.
---- on the joy of life, 33.
---- on death, 34.
---- on Mrs. Battle and whist, 37,
---- his want of ear, 43.
---- his piano playing, 44.
---- on oratorios, 45.
---- on Novello's evenings, 47.
---- on fools, 48.
---- on Quakers, 51, 55, 72.
---- on silence, 51.
---- on Sewel's _History_, 53.
---- on John Woolman, 54.
---- and the Quaker "wit," 55.
---- his reading, 56.
---- on schoolmasters, 59.
---- on Valentine's Day, 63.
---- on anatomy and love, 64.
---- on door knocks, 64.
---- on Edward Burney's valentine, 65.
---- on imperfect sympathies, 66.
---- on Scotchmen, 67.
---- on Jews, 70.
---- on Braham, 71.
---- on negroes, 71.
---- on Quakers, 72.
---- on witches, 74.
---- on his childhood, 75.
---- on children and the dark, 77.
---- on Thornton Hunt's bringing up, 77.
---- on dreams, 79.
---- on his relations, 80.
---- on Sarah Lamb, 80.
---- on John Lamb, jr., 81, 117.
---- on his sister Mary, 86.
---- his dislike of stories, 86.
---- on the Duchess of Newcastle again, 87.
---- on Mackery End, 88.
---- his Hertfordshire relations, 88.
---- on the comely Brutons, 89.
---- on gallantry, 90.
---- on Joseph Paice, 92.
---- on the Temple, 94.
---- on sun-dials, 95.
---- on fountains, 96.
---- on the old Benchers, 97.
---- on Joseph Jekyll, 97.
---- on Samuel Salt, 98, 103.
---- on Thomas Coventry, 99.
---- on his father, 99.
---- on Daines Barrington, 101.
---- on James Mingay, 102.
---- on Baron Maseres, 103.
---- on saying grace, 104.
---- on Milton, 107.
---- his godfather Field, 111.
---- as a landed proprietor, 112.
---- his first play, 112.
---- and his imaginary children, 115.
---- his grandmother, 115.
---- on Blakesware, 116.
---- on distant correspondents, 118.
---- on Lord Camelford's whim, 121.
---- on puns, 122.
---- on Australia, 122.
---- on chimney-sweepers, 124.
---- on Saloop, 125.
---- and fine teeth, 127.
---- and James White, 128.
---- on beggars, 130.
---- his translation from Bourne, 133.
Lamb, Charles, on Samuel Horsey, 135.
---- on almsgiving, 137.
---- on the origin of roast pig, 137.
---- on roast pig, 140.
---- and his plum cake, 142.
---- on married people, 144.
---- on "Twelfth Night," 150.
---- on Mrs. Jordan, 151.
---- on Mrs. Powel, 151.
---- on Bensley's Malvolio, 152.
---- on Dodd's Aguecheek, 155.
---- on Dicky Suett, 157.
---- on Jack Bannister, 159.
---- on Jack Palmer, 159, 165.
---- on the artificial comedy, 161.
---- on Wycherley and Congreve, 162.
---- on the "School for Scandal," 164.
---- on J.P. Kemble, 168.
---- on Munden's faces, 169.
---- on Elia's death, 172.
---- on family mansions, 174.
---- on Blakesware, 175.
---- on the feeling of gentility, 176.
---- on poor relations, 178.
---- on Favell's sensitiveness, 181.
---- on John Billet, 183.
---- on stage illusion, 185.
---- on Gattie's old men, 186.
---- on Emery as Tyke, 186.
---- on Elliston, 188, 190.
---- entertains Elliston, 194.
---- on reading, 195.
---- on books that are not books, 195.
---- on binding, 196.
---- on editions of the great authors, 197.
---- on the names of poets, 198.
---- on Shakespeare, 198.
---- his adventure on Primrose Hill, 199.
---- on watering-places, 201.
---- on the voyage to Margate, 21.
---- on a good liar, 202.
---- on the ocean, 205.
---- on Hastings, 206.
---- on smuggling, 207.
---- on convalescence, 208.
---- on the sanity of genius, 212.
---- on Captain Jackson, 215.
---- on his clerk-state, 219.
---- his superannuation, 221.
---- on leisure, 222.
---- on the genteel style in writing, 226.
---- on Sir William Temple, 226.
---- on Miss Kelly's reminiscence. 230.
---- on his friends among actors, 232.
---- on Westminster Abbey fees, 235.
---- on Andrews monument, 237.
---- on George Dyer's immersion, 237.
---- on the Islington doctor, 238,
---- on the New River, 240.
---- on drowning in dreams, 241.
---- on Sidney's sonnets, 242.
---- on Milton's Latin sonnet, 243.
---- on Hazlitt s opinion of Sidney, 248.
---- on James Bruce, 250.
---- on Dan Stuart, 250.
---- on the _Morning Post_ days, 250.
---- on joking to order, 252.
---- on Bob Allen, 253.
---- on _The Albion_, 254.
---- and Sir James Mackintosh, 256.
---- on modern painters, 256.
---- on Titian's "Ariadne," 256.
---- on Raphael, 257.
---- on J.M.W. Turner, 258.
---- his imaginary scene at Brighton, 259.
---- on John Martin, 260.
---- on Don Quixote, 264.
---- his fantasy on the Days, 266.
---- on Miss Burney's wedding, 271.
---- on mothers and daughters, 273.
---- on his behaviour on solemn occasions, 274.
Lamb, Charles, on Admiral Burney, 275.
---- his fantasy on the child angel, 276.
---- on Randal Norris's death, 279.
---- on old china, 281.
---- his sister's regrets for poverty, 282.
---- and the folio Beaumont and Fletcher, 282.
---- and his sister's excursions, 283.
---- and his sister's playgoing, 283.
---- on bullies and cowards, 286.
---- on ill-gotten gains, 287.
---- on jokes and laughter, 287.
---- on breeding, 288.
---- on the poor and the rich, 288.
---- on sayings concerning money, 290.
---- on disputants, 291.
---- on puns, 292.
---- on Mrs. Conrady, 294.
---- on beauty, 295.
---- on presents, 296.
---- on home, 298.
---- on friendship, 302.
---- on Merry's wedding day, 304.
---- on early rising, 305.
---- on superannuation, 307.
---- on going to bed late, 308.
---- on candle-light, 308.
---- on sulky tempers, 309.
---- on Kemble in Godwin's "Antonio," 329.
---- on Mathews' collection of portraits, 331.
---- on the name Elia, 337.
---- his dedication to _Elia_, 337,
---- his imitators, 339.
---- his Key to _Elia_, 339.
---- and the _London Magazine_, 340.
---- on Taylor's editing, 341.
---- his _post London Magazine_ days, 342.
---- at the South-Sea House, 342.
---- in the country, 345.
---- at Oxford, 346.
---- his sonnet on Cambridge, 346.
---- on Milton's MSS., 346.
---- his jokes with George Dyer, 347.
---- on George Dyer's career, 348, 349.
---- his lines to his aunt, 350.
---- his popularity at school, 355.
---- on Grecians and Deputy-Grecians, 355.
---- on reading and borrowing, 356.
---- and Luther's _Table Talk_, 357.
---- Coleridge as a reader, 357.
---- his copy of Beaumont and Fletcher, 357.
---- his copy of Donne, 358.
---- his books in America, 358.
---- his reply to "Olen," 358.
---- his sonnet "Leisure," 359.
---- Coleridge's description of him, 359.
---- on Coleridge's "Ode," 359.
---- his sonnet on Innocence, 360.
---- rebuked by "A Father," 360.
---- and the Burneys, 361.
---- elementary rules of whist, 362.
---- his ear for music, 363.
---- weathering a Mozartian storm, 364.
---- his chaff of Hunt, 364.
---- on Elia's ancestors, 364.
---- chaffed by Hunt, 365.
---- Maginn thinks him a Jew, 365.
---- on birthplaces, 365.
---- on turning Quaker, 368.
---- kisses a copy of Burns, 371.
---- his threat concerning Burns, 371.
---- rebuked by Christopher North, 371.
---- his admiration of Braham, 371.
---- on Sir Anthony Carlisle, 372.
---- his sisters, 373.
---- on John Lamb's pamphlet, 374.
Lamb, Charles, his cousins, 376.
---- his blank verse fragment, 377.
---- on Wordsworth's "Yarrow Visited," 377.
---- De Quincey's description of him, 377.
---- his chivalry, 377.
---- Barry Cornwall's anecdote of him, 377.
---- his birthplace, 379.
---- his patron, 380.
---- his father, 381.
---- and Baron Maseres, 383.
---- and Southey's criticism of _Elia_, 384.
---- as a landowner, 385.
---- his letter to his tenant, 386.
---- and his mother, 387.
---- his sonnet to Mrs. Siddons, 388.
---- and Alice W----, 389.
---- his love period, 389.
---- and chimney-sweepers, 390.
---- at Bartholomew Fair, 391.
---- his acquaintance with Hood, 393.
---- his joke to a beggar, 394.
---- on the "Beggar's Petition," 394.
---- his joke on Wainewright, 395.
---- the origin of his "Roast Pig," 395.
---- his recantation, 397.
---- his aunts, 397.
---- on Mrs. John Rickman, 397.
---- criticised by Macaulay, 399.
---- praised by Hartley Coleridge, 400.
---- on Elia's character, 402.
---- on the East India House clerks, 404.
---- letter to Southey about Blakesware, 406.
---- letter to Barton on same subject, 406.
---- his excursion with Elliston and Munden, 410.
---- his books described by Leigh Hunt, 412.
---- his affectation of affectation, 414.
---- and watering-places, 415.
---- at Hastings, 416.
---- leaves the India House, 417.
---- letter to Barton on his liberty, 417.
---- on the Puritans, 418.
---- his love of walking, 419.
---- his sonnet on "Work," 419.
---- his remark to Macready, 423.
---- his remark to Allsop about Dyer, 425.
---- the last book he read, 426.
---- on Lord's Thurlow's poems, 427.
---- his paragraphs for the _Morning Post_, 429.
---- as he appeared to Dan Stuart, 430.
---- his epigrams on Mackintosh, 433.
---- his real opinion of Titian's "Ariadne," 434.
---- letter to Barton on John Martin, 435.
---- at Hazlitt's wedding, 436.
---- his clothes, 438.
---- his pun at Cary's, 441.
---- his treatment of presentation copies, 441.
-- Elizabeth, Lamb's mother, 387.
-- John (Lovel), 100, 381.
---- his boyhood, 183, 408.
---- quoted, 437.
---- jr., his character, 81.
---- his childhood, 117.
---- at the South-Sea House, 344.
---- and Hazlitt, 347.
---- his _Letter ... on Cruelty to Animals_, 374.
---- his death, 388.
-- Mary (Bridget Elia), Lamb's sister, 43, 86, 362, 376.
---- her account of a schoolmaster, 62.
---- a quaint poetess, 200, 414.
---- her first play, 387.
---- her poem "Helen," 407.
-- Sarah (Lamb's aunt), 15, 142, 350, 397.
---- her character, 80.
Lamb, Sarah, her sarcasm, 184.
-- family, 81, 373.
"LAST ESSAYS OF ELIA," 339.
Laughter, Lamb on, 287.
"Lazarus, The Raising of," by Piombo, 262, 435.
Le Grice, Charles Valentine, 25, 110, 354, 384.
---- Samuel, 25, 355.
Leisure, Lamb on, 420.
Letter-writing, Lamb on, 118.
Liar, a good, 202.
Libraries, Lamb on, 11.
_Life of John Buncle_, by Amory, 30, 357.
Lincoln, John Lamb's boyhood, 183, 408.
Liston, John, 169, 401, 423.
Lloyd, Charles, 360.
Lombardy and the pawnbrokers, 254.
London, Lamb's homes in, 379.
_London Magazine_, history of, 340.
---- Lamb's contributions to, 1-56, 66-185, 195-208, 215, 219, 230,
235, 237, 242, 271, 276, 281, 315, 322, 331.
---- Lamb's last contribution to, 408.
Love and anatomy, 64.
"Love for Love," by Congreve, 160.
Lovel. _See_ John Lamb.
Lovell, Daniel, 255, 432.
Lully, Raymond, 49, 196.
"Lun's Ghost," 113, 387.
Luther's _Table Talk_ and Coleridge, 357.
"Lycidas" in its original form, 346.

M

Macaulay, Lord, 399.
MACKERY END, IN HERTFORDSHIRE, 86, 375.
Mackintosh, Sir James, 433.
Macready, W.C., and Lamb, 423.
Maginn, William, 365.
Make-believe, an artist in, 215.
Malone, Edmund, 198, 413.
Malvolio, the character of, 316.
Man, Henry, 6, 344.
Manning, Miss Anne, quoted, 378.
-- Thomas, 56, 369.
---- and "Roast Pig," 137, 396.
---- Lamb's letter to, 376, 444.
---- and Baron Maseres, 383.
Margate, Lamb at, 415.
Hoy, Lamb's essay on, 201, 415.
Marriage, Lamb on, 144.
Married people, Lamb's essay on, 144, 397.
Marshal, Godwin's friend, 329, 444.
Martin, John, 259, 434.
Marvell, Andrew, quoted, 96, 176.
Maseres, Baron, 103, 383.
Mathews, Charles, his pictures, 331, 445.
Mendicity, Society for Suppression of, 130, 392.
Merry, Robert, 304, 443.
Micawber, Wilkins, anticipated, 356, 417.
Middleton, Thomas Fanshaw, 23, 24, 354.
Milton, John, on education, 60, 369.
---- Lamb on, 107.
---- adapted by Lamb, 188.
---- on the _Arcadia_, 242.
---- and the civil war, 242.
---- his Latin sonnet, "Ad Leonoram," 243, 426.
---- Lamb's copy of, 412.
Mingay, James, 102, 383.
MODERN GALLANTRY, 90, 377.
Money, sayings concerning, 290.
Montagu, Basil, 12, 252, 348, 431.
Lady Mary Wortley, 381.
Montgomery, James, and Lamb, 390.
Moore, Thomas, his _Loves of the Angels_, 276, 437.
Moore's _Diary_ quoted, 411.
_Morning Chronicle_ and Lamb, 429, 431.
-- _Herald_, 413.
-- _Post_ and Lamb, 249, 429.
Mothers and daughters, Lamb on, 273.
"Mourning Bride," Mary Lamb's first play, 387.
Moxon, Lamb's letter to, 434.
Mozart, Lamb copes with, successfully, 364.
"Mr. H." and Elliston, 409.
MRS. BATTLE'S OPINIONS ON WHIST, 37, 361.
Munden, Joseph Shepherd, 168, 400.
Music, Lamb's difficulty with, 44, 363.
MY FIRST PLAY, 110, 385.
_My good friend, for favours to my son and wife_, 382.
MY RELATIONS, 80, 373.

N

Names of poets, Lamb on, 198.
Negroes, Lamb on, 71.
_New Monthly Magazine_, 342.
------ Lamb's contributions to, 212, 226, 286-309.
New River, the, and G.D., 237, 424.
NEW YEAR'S EVE, 31, 358.
Newcastle, Margaret, Duchess of, 30, 87, 131, 197, 357, 393, 412.
NEWSPAPERS THIRTY-FIVE YEARS AGO, 249, 428.
Newspaper stamps, 433.
Night-fears, Lamb on, 77.
_Nobleman, The Unfortunate Young_, 81.
Norris, Randal, 279, 416, 437.
North, Christopher (John Wilson), 371.
Novello, Vincent, 47, 363.
Nyren, John, 363.

O

_Odes and Addresses_ quoted, 392.
OF TWO DISPUTANTS, THE WARMEST IS GENERALLY IN THE WRONG, 291, 440.
Ogilvie, his memories of G.D., 424.
OLD ACTORS, THE, 322, 444.
-- BENCHERS OF THE INNER TEMPLE, THE, 94, 379.
-- CHINA, 281, 438.
-- MARGATE HOY, THE, 201, 415.
OLD AND THE NEW SCHOOLMASTER, THE, 56, 369.
"Olen," Sir C.A. Elton's pseudonym, 358.
_O melancholy Bird, a winter's day_, 427.
_One parent vet is left,--a wretched thing_, 382.
ON SOME OF THE OLD ACTORS, 150, 397. _See_ also APPENDIX.
ON THE ACTING OF MUNDEN, 168, 400. _See_ also APPENDIX.
ON THE ARTIFICIAL COMEDY OF THE LAST CENTURY, 161, 399. _See_ also
APPENDIX.
Orrery lectures, 60, 370.
OXFORD IN THE VACATION, 8, 345.
Oxford, Lamb at, 8, 345.

P

Paice, Joseph, 92, 343, 378.
Palmer, John, 159, 399.
Paltock's _Peter Wilkins_, 21, 122, 353.
Paracelsus, Lamb on, 196.
_Paradise Regained_, 107.
Patmore, P.G., on Lamb, 403.
---- Lamb's letter to, 436.
---- on Lamb's dress, 438.
Peirson, Peter, 101, 382.
Susannah, 99, 381.
Penn, William, and the judges, 73.
Perry, James, 250, 431.
_Peter Wilkins_, 21, 122, 353.
"Peter's Net," 428, 431.
Pianoforte, Lamb's solo, 44.
Pig, Lamb's essay upon, 137, 395.
Piombo, his "Raising of Lazarus," 262, 435.
Piquet and Mrs. Battle, 41.
_Pity the sorrows of a poor old man_, 394.
Playgoing, the Lambs, 283.
Plumer, Richard, 7, 344.
-- Walter, 7, 40, 345, 362.
-- William, 344, 389, 405.
_Poetical Pieces on Several Occasions_ by John Lamb, 381.
Polar expeditions, 58, 369.
Poor, Lamb on the, 288, 298.
POOR RELATIONS, 178, 408.
Pope, Alexander, _The Rape of the Lock_, 38.
-- Miss, 167, 400.
POPULAR FALLACIES, 212, 226, 286, 287, 288, 290, 291, 292, 294, 296, 298,
302, 305, 308, 309, 439 _et seq_.
Pork, Lamb's essay on, 137.
Porphyry on _Abstinence from Animal Food_, 396.
Poverty and pleasure, 282.
Powell, Mrs., 151.
PRAISE OF CHIMNEY-SWEEPERS, THE, 124, 390.
Presentation copies, Lamb on, 297, 441.
Presents, Lamb on, 296.
Procter, B.W. (Barry Cornwall), his dream, 79, 373.
---- quoted, 371, 377.
---- on Munden, 400.
Puckeridge and Lamb's property, 112.
Pulham, Brook, 363.
Punning, Lamb on, 122, 292, 441.
Puritans and Sunday, 418.

Q

Quadrille and Mrs. Battle, 38.
Quakerism and Lamb, 368.
QUAKER'S MEETING, A, 51, 367.
Quarrels, Lamb on, 309.
Quick, John, 332.
Quixote, Don, 154, 265, 398, 435.

R

Ramsay, London Librarian, 49, 367.
Raphael, his "Bible," 257.
Raymond, George, his _Memoirs of Elliston_, 410.
Reade, John, 102, 383.
Reading, Lamb's essay upon, 195, 411.
Red stockings, and Lamb's jokes, 251, 429.
_Reflector, The_, Lamb's contribution to, 144.
---- Moxon's paper, 434.
REJOICINGS UPON THE NEW YEAR'S COMING OF AGE, 266, 436.
Relations, poor, Lamb s essay on, 178, 408.
Restoration comedy, Lamb on, 160, 161.
Rickman, Mrs. John, Lamb's opinion of, 397.
Robinson, Crabb, quoted, 370.
---- Lamb's letters to, 374, 437.
---- on Lamb's books, 411.
Romano, Julio, 263.
Rover, in "Wild Oats," 188.
Roydon, Matthew, his elegy upon Sidney, 248, 428.
Rutter, Mr. J.A., his notes on Lamb, 343.

S

St. Dunstan's giants, 192, 410.
Saloop, Lamb on, 125.
Salt, Samuel, 98, 352, 380.
Samuel and the Witch of Endor, 75, 372.
Sandwich, Lord, epigram on, 344.
SANITY OF TRUE GENIUS, 212, 416.
Sargus, Mr. Lamb's tenant, 386.
"School for Scandal," Lamb on, 164.
School-days, Lamb on his, 14.
Schoolmasters, Lamb's essay on, 56, 369.
Scotchmen, Lamb on, 67, 371.
Scott, John, editor of the _London_, 340.
Sea, the, Lamb on, 204.
Sedition, Lamb's exercises in, 255.
Selden, John, 104, 384.
Sensitiveness, Lamb on, 181.
Sewel, William, historian of Quakers, 369.
Shaftesbury, Lord, 226, 420.
Shakespeare, Lamb on, 197, 412.
-- his bust at Stratford-on-Avon, 198, 413.
Sharp, Granville, 50, 367.
Shenstone, William, 243, 426.
Sheridan, R.B., 26, 111, 167, 356, 385, 400.
Siddons, Mrs., in "Isabella," 114, 388.
Sidney, Sir Philip, his sonnets, 242, 426.
Sitting up late, Lamb on, 308.
Smith, the Scotchman, 69, 370.
John Thomas, 394.
Smollett, Tobias George, 70, 371.
Smuggling, Lamb on, 207.
SOME SONNETS OF SIR PHILIP SIDNEY, 242, 426.
_So should it be, my gentle friend_, 426.
South Downs, Lamb on, 415.
SOUTH-SEA HOUSE, THE, 1, 342.
Southey at Westminster School, 235.
-- Robert, his criticism of _Elia_, 359.
-- Lamb's letters to, 384, 406, 419, 423, 436.
Spencer, Lord, epigram on, 344.
Spenser, Lamb's copy of the _Faerie Queene_, 413.
Stackhouse's _History of the Bible_, 75, 372.
STAGE ILLUSION, 185, 408.
Stanhope, Lord, 433.
Stocks, Lamb in the, 363.
_Stranger, to whom this monument is shown_, 413.
Stuart, Daniel, 250, 429. 430.
Suett, Dicky, 157, 399.
Sulkiness, its pleasures, 309.
Sun-dials in the Temple, 95.
SUPERANNUATED MAN, THE, 219, 417.
Superannuation, Lamb on, 219, 307.
Surface, Joseph and Charles, 166.
Swift's _Ars Punica_, 293, 441.

T

Taylor, Bishop, on the sunrise, 309.
-- John, 337, 341, 358.
Teeth, Lamb's admiration of, 127.
Temple, The, and Lamb, 94, 113, 379, 387.
-- the winged horse, 97.
-- Sir William, 226, 420,
THAT A BULLY IS ALWAYS A COWARD, 286, 440.
-- A MAN MUST NOT LAUGH AT HIS OWN JEST, 287, 440.
-- A SULKY TEMPER IS A MISFORTUNE, 309, 443.
-- ENOUGH IS AS GOOD AS A FEAST, 290, 440.
-- HANDSOME IS AS HANDSOME DOES, 294, 441.
-- HOME IS HOME THOUGH IT IS NEVER SO HOMELY, 298, 442.
-- ILL-GOTTEN GAIN NEVER PROSPERS, 287, 440.
-- SUCH A ONE SHOWS HIS BREEDING, ETC., 288, 440.
-- THE POOR COPY THE VICES OF THE RICH, 288, 440.
-- THE WORST PUNS ARE THE BEST, 292, 440.
-- VERBAL ALLUSIONS ARE NOT WIT, ETC., 292, 440.
-- WE MUST NOT LOOK A GIFT-HORSE IN THE MOUTH. 296, 441.
-- WE SHOULD LIE DOWN WITH THE LAME, 308, 443.
-- WE SHOULD RISE WITH THE LARK, 305, 443.
-- YOU MUST LOVE ME, AND LOVE MY DOG, 302, 442.
_The chatt'ring Magpye undertook_, 437.
Thelwall, John, 376.
_They talk of time, and of time's galling yoke_, 359.
Thomson, James, 70.
_Though thou'rt like Judas, an apostate black_, 433.
Thurlow, Lord, his sonnet, 427.
Tipp, John, 5, 343.
Titian, his "Ariadne," 256, 434.
_To every one (so have ye faith) is given_, 426.
TO THE SHADE OK ELLISTON, 188, 409.
Tobin, James Webbe, 16, 352.
-- John, 199, 413.
TOMBS IN THE ABBEY, THE, 235, 423.
_Tristram Shandy_, a parallel to Lamb, 403.
Trollope, A.W., quoted, 351.
_Turkish Spy_ and Lamb's roast-pig essay, 395.
Turner, J.M.W., 258, 434.
"Twelfth Night," Lamb's remarks on, 150, 153, 284, 316.
Twelve Caesars, 405, 406.
_Two Lords whose names if I should quote_, 344.
TWO RACES OF MEN, THE, 26, 355.
Twopenny, Richard, 102, 383.
-- post in 1825, 370.

U

Ugliness, Lamb on, 295.
Unitarianism, 81, 373.

V

VALENTINE'S DAY, 63, 370.
Vallans, his "Tale of Two Swans," 375.
Virgil, his Latin pun, 294, 441.
Visitors, Lamb on, 301, 442.

W

Wainewright, T.G., 395, 439.
Ward, Robert, afterwards Plumer-Ward, 405.
Watering-places, Lamb on, 201, 415.
Weathercock, Janus. _See_ Wainewright.
WEDDING, THE, 271, 436.
-- an interrupted, 305.
Westminster Abbey, the price for admission, 235, 423.
Westwood, Thomas, on Lamb, 441.
_We were two pretty babes, the youngest she_, 360.
Wharry, John, 102, 383.
_What can be hop'd from Priests who, 'gainst the Poor_, 424.
_What seem'd his tail the likeness of a kingly kick had on_, 409.
Whist, 37, 275, 361, 362, 437.
White, James, 123, 157, 390, 391.
---- and the chimney-sweepers, 128.
---- and Dodd, 157.
"Wild Oats," 188.
_Who first invented work--and bound the free_, 419.
Wilson, John. _See_ Christopher North.
Winstanley, Susan, and Joseph Paice, 92.
WITCHES, AND OTHER NIGHT-FEARS, 74, 372.
Woolman, John, 54, 369.
Wordsworth, Mrs., Lamb's letter to, 442.
-- William, his "Yarrow Visited," 89, 377.
---- Lamb's letters to, 356, 388, 412, 417, 418, 434.
---- his theory of language, 394.
---- his "Anecdote for Fathers," 395.
---- his "Poet's Epitaph," 438.
"Work," Lamb's sonnet on, 419.
Worthing and the Lambs, 415.
Wrench, Benjamin, 191, 410.
Wycherley, Lamb on, 162.

Y

_Yet can I fancy, wandering 'mid thy towers_, 346.

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