Lamb, Charles

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creatorOf Charles Lamb papers., 1792-1820 British Library
referencedIn MacCarthy mss., 1863-1991 Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington)
creatorOf CHARLES AND MARY LAMB: narrative of the travels of a lady in France; aft. Sept. 1822-bef. March 1833. Autograph fair copy, with revisions. Imperfect. This fictitious work, which takes the form of a letter addressed to 'My dear friend', was probably i... British Library
referencedIn English-language manuscript verse in the Houghton Library: First-line index, ca. 1000-ca. 1820. Houghton Library
referencedIn MILLAR BEQUEST. Vols. XC, XCI. Autograph collection, 1689-1937 British Library
creatorOf MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS AND PAPERS. Paper; ff. 121. British Library arrangement. A. Correspondence of Captain W. H. O'Shea, M.P., husband of Kitty O'Shea; 1882-1885. Partly copies. Presented, with Add. Ch. 75998, by Mrs Caroline A. Wright, 25 Jan. 1982..., 1698-1940 British Library
creatorOf MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS AND PAPERS; 14th cent.-1948. Paper and (articles A and M) vellum; ff. 79. Folio. A. Two vellum leaves from service-books, each irregularly cropped and now measuring 135 x 110mm. and 160 x 115mm. respectively, the first, pro-babl..., 1300-1948 British Library
referencedIn The life of Edmund Kean : from published and original sources, extra-illustrated Houghton Library
creatorOf Letter from George Dyer to Charles Lamb; circa 1 Feb. 1831. Copy, calligraphically written in green ink. On f. 107 is the note '[Copied for T. J. W. by G. A. A. from the original in her possession] Oct 16. 1922'. On the verso of the second leaf are n... British Library
referencedIn Vol. I (ff. 129), 1446-1864 British Library
referencedIn LORD CHAMBERLAIN'S PLAYS. Vol. X (ff. 7I3). Oct.-Dec. 1825. (1) 'The Three Strangers', by Harriet Lee. ff. 108, 109 autograph. ff. 3-109. (2) 'The Scape-Goat', by J. Poole. ff. 110-145. (3) 'Love's Victory! or the School for Pride', by G. Hyde. ff. ... British Library
referencedIn 1 Letter from Ernest Dressel North to Mrs T. J. Wise, thanking her for her hospitality; 18 Aug. 1903. [Ashley Library Catalogue, iii, p. 56]. 2. Copy, in the hand of [ ], of a note by Aleck Abrahams concerning 'The Salutation and Cat' public house fr... British Library
creatorOf Letter from Charles Lamb to [the Rev. James Gillman], written after the death of S. T. Coleridge; [1?] [Aug. 1834]. f. 1a. Ashley Library Catalogue, iii, pp. 53-54.Quarto; ff. vii+1.Charles Lamb, essayist: Reverend James Gillman: Letter to Rev. James... British Library
creatorOf Letter from Charles Lamb to S. T. Coleridge, chiefly concerning a proposed collaboration to supply items for The Morning Post, and news of their mutual friends; [11 Oct. 1802]. Printed, with some omissions, in The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, ed. ... British Library
creatorOf Letter from Charles Lamb to J. H. Leigh Hunt, sending him a copy of [Essays of Elia?], and gossipping about mutual friends; [1824]. ff. 1-2b. Ashley Library Catalogue, iii, pp. 50-51.Quarto; ff. viii+2.Charles Lamb, essayist: James Henry Leigh Hunt, ..., 1824 British Library
creatorOf LETTERS AND VERSES OF LITERARY MEN, ETC.; 1807-1868, n.d. Followed (ff. 14-23) by copies of ff. 1-10. On f. i occurs the note 'Florence M[ary] Eaton. Mr Burcham left me these autograp[h]s'. Miss Eaton (b. 1878, d. 1961) was the daughter of George Cla..., 1807-1868 British Library
referencedIn Little Leather Library Collection, 1920-1924 Special Collections, Robert E. Kennedy Library
creatorOf 'Liber Aureus'. Verse compositions; 1783-July 1791. Included are five poems by Samuel Taylor Coleridge printed in The Complete Poetical Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge, ed. E. H. Coleridge, 1912 (Poetical Works), viz:―a. 'Nil pejus est caelibe vita'... British Library
creatorOf CHARNWOOD AUTOGRAPHS. Vol. II. English literary autographs; circa 16th-20th cent. Included are Edmund Waller, Andrew Marvell, John Evelyn, John Locke, John Dryden, Joseph Addison, Jonathan Swift, Alexander Pope, William Congreve, Sir Richard Steele, ..., approximately 16th century-20th century British Library
referencedIn Letter from Luther S. Livingston to T. J. Wise, 11 Aug. 1902includes:ff. 100, 101 Charles Lamb, essayist: Luther Samuel Livingston: Thomas James Wise, book collector: Letter to Thomas James Wise from Luther Samuel Livingston rel. to bibliography of... British Library
creatorOf Charles Lamb papers., 1823 British Library
referencedIn William Upcott papers, 1650-1881. Houghton Library
referencedIn NOVELLO COLLECTION. Vol. CVI. Vocal and instrumental music; 1804-1841, n.d. Full, vocal, chorus, close or instrumental scores. Mostly autograph. ff. ii+74. Overall size 245 x 300mm. Vincent Novello's binding of 1847, numbered 399. 1. ff. 2-3. Charles..., 1804-1845 British Library
referencedIn Houghton Library. Houghton Library printed book provenance file, L-Q. 1942. Houghton Library
referencedIn 'CHARLES LAMB'S LIBRARY': an annotated list of 'such books as it was agreed should be destroyed after the more valuable, with notes, had been selected preserved at the request of "Capt. Jackson" and purchased by him at Edward Moxon's sale . . . on th... British Library
referencedIn HODGKIN PAPERS. Vol. X (ff. 256). Documents illustrative of social history, etc.; 1573-1843. 1. Deposition, signed by Rycherd Page, Heughe He[y]ward, Davy Myller, and (by a mark) John Blonte, of St. Clement's parish [St. Clement Danes, London], respe..., 1573-1843 British Library
referencedIn 1. Letter from Frank Algar to T. J. Wise, offering him a copy of Charles Lamb, Recollections of Christ's Hospital, 1835, for £50; 12 July 1932. Signed. [Ashley Library Catalogue, iii, p. 57].2. Letter from J. A. Spoor to T. J. Wise, concerning 'The P..., 1918-1932 British Library
creatorOf CHARLES LAMB: 'The Tombs in the Abbey. In a letter to R[obert] S[outhey] Esqr.'; circa 1833. Autograph fair copy, with revisions. The printer's copy of the first paragraph of the essay published as the fourteenth (f. 1b) in Last Essays of Elia, 1833...., approximately 1833 British Library
referencedIn Howe, M. A. De Wolfe (Mark Antony De Wolfe), 1864-1960. Additional papers, 1880-1959 Houghton Library
creatorOf Vol. II (ff. 204). H -O.includes:f. 1 Charles Montagu, 1st Earl of Halifax: Treasury warrant authorised by: 1698: Signed. f. 2 Charles Wood, 1st Viscount Halifax: Letter to A. Panizzi: 1857. f. 3 Henry Hallam, historian: Letter to A. Panizzi: circ... British Library
referencedIn David Booth papers., 1818-1820 British Library
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correspondedWith Hawkins, Frederick William, 1849-1900 person
associatedWith Houghton Library. person
correspondedWith Howe, M. A. De Wolfe (Mark Antony De Wolfe), 1864-1960 person
associatedWith Little Leather Library Corporation of New York corporateBody
associatedWith MacCarthy, Desmond, 1877-1952 person
associatedWith Upcott, William, 1779-1845 person
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Sunbury, Middlesex
Besthorpe, Norfolk
London, England
Tattersett, Norfolk
Lowestoft, Suffolk
Oudewater, the Netherlands
Hampton Court, Middlesex
Geneva, Switzerland
Appleby, Westmorland
Middlesex, England
Bristol, Gloucestershire
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