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The Works of Charles and Mary Lamb, vol 6

Letters 1821-1842

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Language: English
Wordcount: 167,538 / 494 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 74.5
LoC Category: CT
Downloads: 596
Added to site: 2004.06.30
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398 Charles Lamb to John Bates Dibdin July 14 From the original in the possession of Mr. R.W. Dibdin.

399 Charles Lamb to William Wordsworth Sept. 6 From Mr. Gordon Wordsworth's original.

400 Charles Lamb to Edward Moxon (fragment). No date

401 Charles Lamb to John Bates Dibdin Sept. 9 From the original in the possession of Mr. R.W. Dibdin.

402 Charles Lamb to Bernard Barton Sept. 26 From the original (British Museum).

403 Charles Lamb to Edward Moxon ?Sept. From the original in the possession of Mr. Henry Poulton.

404 Charles Lamb to Bernard Barton No date From the original (British Museum).

1827.

405 Charles Lamb to Crabb Robinson Jan. 20 Mr. Hazlitt's text (

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