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1848 Nov. 25

Talfourd, Thomas Noon, 1795-1854

Thomas Noon Talfourd letter to Edward Moxon

Sergeant's Inn - Glad for the copies of Lamb.

Rocco and Barbara Verrilli Collection of Charles Lamb

1825 Jan. 7

Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834

Charles Lamb letter to Taylor & Hessey

Islington (Eng.) - "If you don't think this admissible, return it; I will send to a Theological Magazine. [NB] Don't make any apology for not admitting it, for I doubt its [sic] proper[?]. Your No. 1 greatly improved. Thank the Walladmor translator for me heartily” [i.e., Thomas De Quincey]. Taylor and Hessey were publishers of The London Magazine and Review and of several books by Lamb, ... more

Rocco and Barbara Verrilli Collection of Charles Lamb

1817 Nov. 25

Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834

Charles Lamb letter to William Ayrton

London (England) - Invitation for "Dr. A." and Mrs. Ayrton to dinner at the Lambs': "my sister begs me to say we shall well consider the obligation double."

Rocco and Barbara Verrilli Collection of Charles Lamb

1831 me

Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834

Charles Lamb letter to Rev. Daniel Cresswell

"I have contrived an acrostic, and submit it to you, instead of that unlucky sonnet. Pray make use of all your interest with Mrs. Cresswell to contrive how to take out that tarnished leaf from the album. Could not Smart do it, combining at once a bookbinder's experience and a surgical hand? Might not Ashbury or Miller be called in? The verses are poor, but acrostics ple... more

Rocco and Barbara Verrilli Collection of Charles Lamb

1826

Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834

Charles Lamb letter to Charles Ollier

Islington (Eng.) - Writing his friend and sometime publisher regarding his contribution of 'Chinese jests,' presumably to the New Monthly Magazine: "You have some Chinese jests left, I think. Here is an introduction to two more . . . If 'tis thought better . . . the last line or two of the introduction may be modified by you. Send me a line if it will do without them. If not so well, I wi... more

Rocco and Barbara Verrilli Collection of Charles Lamb

1826 June 14

Lamb, Charles, 1775-1834

Charles Lamb letter to Charles Ollier and Henry Colburn

Islington (Eng.) - On contributing to a journal: "I have received a most friendly letter from Mr. Colburn & you will be kind enough to give him the enclosed answer... I shall have nothing to send him for this month, but when I feel in a proper mood, he shall have the best my suck'd brains can bring forth."

Rocco and Barbara Verrilli Collection of Charles Lamb