Poems and ALsS, [1799]-1842.

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Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834. Poems and ALsS, [1799]-1842.

Poems and ALsS, [1799]-1842.

Autograph poems and letters by Lamb, his sister Mary, and his friend Charles Lloyd, concerning both personal matters and their writings. The Charles Lamb material consists of two poems, "Epitaph on a lady living" (an acrostic for Grace Joanna Williams) and "The triumph of the whale" (a satire on George IV as Prince of Wales); and letters to Harriet Isola [mid-July 1830] and Grace Joanna Williams [21 April 1830]. One letter by Mary Lamb to Jane Norris, 3 October 1842; and two letters by Lloyd to Robert Southey, [October 1799] and 13 October 1819. Bound in an album with engrossed transcripts of each item.

1 v. (7 items) ; 31 cm.

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