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 Laing, SamuelLandon, Letitia Elizabeth 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Lamb, Charles
 
(b. London, February 18th, 1775; d. Edmonton, December 27th, 1834). “Poems” (with Coleridge) (1797); “Rosamond Gray” (1798); “John Woodvil” (1801); “Specimens from Dramatic Poets;” “Adventures of Ulysses” (1807); “Essays of Elia” (1823); “Last Essays” and “Popular Fallacies” (1833). With his sister Mary, “Mrs. Leicester’s School;” “Tales from Shakespeare” (1806); “Poetry for Children” (1809). Works (1876). A new edition of Lamb’s Works was published by A. Ainger in 1883–4. See Talfourd’s “Letters” (1837); “Final Memorials of Charles Lamb” (1848); Procter’s “Memoir” (1866); A. Ainger’s “Lamb” in the English Men of Letters series; and Percy Fitzgerald’s “Life, Letters, and Writings of Lamb” (1895).   1
 


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