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England. Letters, 1815-1833,

Author: Charles LambBasil MontaguLacklans, MissRobert SoutheyWilliam EvansAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Publication:Harry Lyman Koopman Collection.
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[1] 1815, June 20, London, to Basil Montagu [3 p.]. Signature clipped out.--Gives particulars in the "case of poor [Edward] White," a clerk subject to "severe fits ... I have known him from a child, and was his schoolfellow at Christ Hospital." [2] 1819, to William Evans [1 l.]. Last leaf of letter only.--He mentions the sale of "prints to illustrate English Bards ? or the tempter; a romance; with other tales.
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Genre/Form: Letters
Named Person: John Howard Payne; John Martin; Mary Lamb; Emma Isola Moxon; Edith May Southey; Rotha Quillinan; Dorothy (Wordsworth) Quillinan; John Murray; Joseph Grimaldi; Barron Field; Joseph Cottle; Edward White
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Lamb; Basil Montagu; Lacklans, Miss; Robert Southey; William Evans; William Wordsworth; Barry Cornwall; Margaret Hazlitt; Charles Cowden Clarke; Charles Mathews; George Dyer; Henry Crabbe Robinson; Mary Lamb; Charles Ollier
OCLC Number: 122545754
Notes: ALS.
Description: 18 items.

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[1] 1815, June 20, London, to Basil Montagu [3 p.]. Signature clipped out.--Gives particulars in the "case of poor [Edward] White," a clerk subject to "severe fits ... I have known him from a child, and was his schoolfellow at Christ Hospital." [2] 1819, to William Evans [1 l.]. Last leaf of letter only.--He mentions the sale of "prints to illustrate English Bards ? or the tempter; a romance; with other tales.

[5] 1824, May, London, to Bryan Waller Procter, London [1l.].--Acknowledges the gift of his book [The portraits of British poets]. "I am going to a tavern dinner. Pray for me." [6] 1824, September 2, to William Wordsworth, Grasmere, England [1 l.].--Introducing the bearer Barron Field. [7] 1826, March 11, Islington, England, to Charles Ollier, London [1 l.]. Photograph of letter and envelope filed with this letter.--"Pray insert in my account of Grimaldi's religion the word spiritualised in Italics." [8] 1826, May 1, to Charles Ollier, London [1 l.]. Photograph of letter filed with letter.--"Pray let me have one Magaz[ine]--two, if the Chinese jests are in; and send word if you think the Editor will bear any more of them." [9] 1826, September 20, Dulwich, England, to Miss Mary Ann Lamb, Islington, England [1 l.].--"If you shall have the whole book ready soon, it will be best for Murr[a]y to see."

[10] 1827, to Henry Crabbe Robinson [1 l.]. With explanatory annotation by Robinson.--"Very kindly received by Mr. Gurney, who said 'I am willing to receive these securities from Mrs. Norris.'" [11] 1828, July 18, Enfield, England, to George Dyer, London [1 l.]. Ms. transcript by P.D. Sherman filed with letter.--Thanks him for verses for Emma. Hopes he and Mrs. Dyer will visit him. [12] 1828, October 27, Enfield, to Charles Mathews [1 l.].--Sends "a little farce" for possible use at the Adelphi. Requests returning it if it is unsuitable.

[13] 1829, September 23, to Charles Cowden Clarke [1 l.].--"Mary is very ill indeed ... I am almost out of hope." He sends book and requests acknowledgment. [14] n.d., Enfield, England, to Charles Cowden Clarke [1l.]. Mounted positive photostat.--He [Lamb] will do well in Enfield where the sunshine is medicinal. [15] 1833, February, to Robert Southey [1 l.].--"I have been doing some verses for Wordsw[or]th's ? and apprize Martin thereof."

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