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Lamb, Charles

Coleridge, S. T. Poems. Printed by N. Biggs for J. Cottle, Bristol & Messrs. Robinsons, London (1797). Lamb, Charles & Lloyd, Charles; Second Edition, to Which are Now Added Poems By Charles Lamb and Charles Lloyd; eleven new poems by Coleridge and new poems by both other poets, including "Sonnets 108", "Childhood" and others by Lamb, and "Sonnets", "The Melancholy Man", "Lines on the Death of an Infant" and others by Lloyd.

Lamb, Charles. John Woodvil. G. and J. Robinson, London (1802). A Tragedy; To Which are Added, Fragments of Burton, the Author of The Anatomy of Melancholy.

Lamb, Charles. The book of the Ranks and Dignities of British Society. Tabart & Co, London (1805). Chiefly Intended for the Instruction of Young Persons; Twenty-four hand-colored stipple-engraved plates

Lamb, Charles. Tales from Shakespeare. Printed for Thomas Hodgkins, London (1807). Designed for the use of young persons. Embellished with copper-plates; In two volumes; illustrated with 20 copper plates engraved by William Blake

Lamb, Charles. Specimens of English Dramatic Poets, who lived About the Time of Shakspeare. Longman, Hurst, Rees, and Orme, London (1808).

Lamb, Charles. The Adventures of Ulysses. Davison, London (1808). Engraved frontispiece and additional vignette engraved title-page by Charles Heath

Lamb, Charles. The Works. C. and J. Ollier, London (1818). 2 volumes.

Lamb, Charles. The Adventures of Ulysses. M. J. Godwin and Co., London (1819). with a vignette engraved by Charles Heath after Richard Corbould.

Lamb, Charles. ELIA. Taylor and Hessey, London (1823). Essays which Have Appeared Under That Signature in the London Magazine

Lamb, Charles. Elia. Carey, Lea, and Carey, Philadelphia (1828). Essays Which Have Appeared Under That Signature in the London Magazine

Lamb, Charles. ALBUM VERSES. Edward Moxon, London (1830). WITH A FEW OTHERS.

Lamb, Charles. Elia. Edward Moxon, London (1833). Essays which have appeared under that signature in the London Magazine. [with:] The Last Essays of Elia; Being a Sequel to Essays under that name

Lamb, Charles. The Letters of Charles Lamb. Edward Moxon, London (1837). with a Sketch of his Life by Thomas Noon Talfourd, one of His Executors; Edited by Thomas Noon Talfourd; 2 volumes.

Lamb, Charles. Final Memorials Of Charles Lamb. Edward Moxon, London (1848). Consisting Chiefly Of His Letters Not Before Published, With Sketches Of Some Of His Companions; In Two Volumes; Edited by Thomas Noon Talfourd.

Lamb, Charles. THE WORKS OF CHARLES LAMB. Edward Moxon, London (1850). (4 volumes), SPECIMENS OF ENGLISH DRAMATIC POETS (2 volumes) and TALES FROM SHAKESPEARE (1 volume); Edited by T.N. Talfourd

Lamb, Charles. Essays of Elia. Edward Moxon, London (1853).

Talfourd, Thomas Noon. The Life and Letters of Charles Lamb. Derby& Jackson, New York (1860). Five Volume Set; Charles Lamb

Lamb, Charles. The Works of Charles Lamb. Widdleton, New York (1866). 4 volumes.

Lamb, Charles. The Works of Charles Lamb. Bell & Daldy, London (1867).

Lamb, Charles. The Complete Correspondence and Works. E. Moxon, Son & Co, London (1870). Aided By the Recollections of the Author's Adopted Daughter - 4 Volumes; With an Essay on His Life and Genius by Thomas Purnell

Lamb, Charles. The Life, Letters and Writings. E Moxon & Co, London (1876). Edited, with notes and illustrations, by Percy FitzGerald; 6 volumes.

Lamb, Charles. Essays of Elia. Edinburgh, William Paterson (1885). Extra-illustrated with over 250 illustrations including 18th and 19th century steel engarvings, stipple engravings, aquatintrs, lithographs, hand colored prints.as well as 20th century prints by C.E.Brock

Lamb, Charles. Beauty and the Beast. The Leadenhall Press, London (1887). With an Introduction by Andrew Lang; 100 copies printed.

Lamb, Charles. Beauty and the Beast. Scribner & Welford, New York (1887). With an Introduction by Andrew Lang; 100 copies printed.

Lamb,Charles. The Life and Works. Pafraets Book Company, Troy (1888). Edmonton Edition Hand-Made Paper; Twelve (12) Volume Set; 1000 copies printed.

Lamb,Charles and Mary. Poetry for Children. The Leadenhall Press, London (1892). Mary Charles; 2 volumes; 112 copies printed.

Lamb, Charles. Charles Lamb's Specimens of English Dramatic Poets. J. M. Dent, London (1893). edited anew by Israel Gollancz; Who Lived About the Time of Shakespeare: Including the Extracts from the Garrick Plays; Vols I-II; 150 copies printed.

Lamb, Charles. The Life, Letters, and Writings. Gibbings / Lippincott, London (1895). Edited by Percy Fitzgerald; Six volumes.

Lamb, Charles & Mary. Tales from Shakespeare. J M Dent, London (1899). Mary Lamb; Illustrated by Rackham, 12 tissue-guarded plates, frontispiece and titlepage in colour, 11 line drawings in b/w

Lamb, Charles. Tales from Shakespeare. S F FREEMANTLE, LONDON (1899). Mary Lamb; INTRODUCTORY ESSAY BY ANDREW LANG; ILLUSTRATED WITH FIFTEEN FINE B&W LINE DRAWINGS BY ROBERT ANNING BELL

Lamb, Charles. The Life and Works. Macmillan, London (1899). 12 Volume Set; Introduction and Notes By Alfred AINGER; Limited to 675 copies.

Lamb, Charles. Works Of Charles Lamb. Macmillan & Company, London (1899). Twelve Volumes; 675 copies printed.

Lamb, Charles. The Life and Works of Charles Lamb. Published by Macmillan, London (1900). edited by Alfred Ainger; 12 volumes; Limited to 675 copies.

Lamb, Charles. The Life and Works. Pafraets Book Company, Troy & New York (1900). 12 volumes; 1000 copies printed.

Lamb, Charles. Tales from Shakespeare. Raphael Tuck, London (1901). Mary Lamb; 250 copies printed; 2 volumes; Introductions & Additions by F. J. Furnivall; Profusely illustrated by Harold Copping, including 20 fine full-page plates

Lamb, Charles. The Essays of Elia. J. M. Dent & Co, London (1901). AND The Last Essays of Elia; 2 volumes; Introduction by Augustine Birrell; Frontispiece and b/w illustrations throughout by Charles E. Brock

Lamb, Charles. The Essays of Elia. J. M. Dent & Co, London (1902). & The Last Essays of Elia; 2 volumes; Charmingly illustrated by Charles E. Brock throughout

Lamb, Charles. Essays of Elia and Last Essays of Elia. J.M.DENT &CO, LONDON (1903). 2 volumes; with over 150 full-page and in-text wood engravings after drawings by Charles E. Brock

Lamb, Charles. THE WORKS OF CHARLES. Methuen, London (1903). MARY LAMB; 7 volumes; Each volume with an engraved portrait frontis and tissue guard

Lamb, Charles. The Works. E. P. Dutton & Co, New York (1903). Edited by William MacDonald; In Twelve Volumes; 300 copies printed; Illustrated by Charles E. Brock, Winifred Green, Charles Robinson, Herbert Railton, and others.

Lamb, Charles. Works of Charles Lamb. J.M. Dent, London (1903). 12 Volumes; Edited by William MacDonald; Illustrated by Charles E. Brock, Winifred Green, Charles Robinson, Herbert Railton, and others.

Lamb, Charles. The Letters. Bibliophile Society, Boston (1905). 5 volumes; 470 copies printed; in which many mutilated words and passages have been restored to their original form; with letters never before published and facsimiles of original MS. letters and poems.

Lamb, Charles. Tales from Shakespeare. H. M. Caldwell Co (1907). Mary Lamb

Lamb, Charles. Tales from Shakespeare. Temple Press, London (1909). Mary Lamb; Illustrated by Arthur Rackham

Lamb, Charles. Tales from Shakespeare. J. M. Dent & Co (1909). Mary Lamb; With a frontispiece and 12 tipped-in color plates by Arthur Rackham, and numerous additional illustrations in black and white; 750 copies printed.

Lamb, Charles. Tales from Shakespeare. E.P. Dutton, New York (1909). Mary Lamb; Thirteen full-page color plates mounted on white paper and two full-page b&w illustrations By Authur Rackham; 750 copies printed.

Lamb, Charles. Essays of Elia. Chapman & Hall, London (1910). 24 colour plates by Sybil Tawse

Lamb, Charles. Essays of Elia. Arthur L. Humphreys, England (1911).

Lamb, Charles. Elia and the last essays of Elia. Gregynog Press (1929). Numerous wood-engravings by Horace W. Bray; 2 volumes; 285 copies printed.

Lamb, Charles. Elia and the Last Essays of Elia. Gregynog Press, Newtown (1931). In two volumes; 285 copies; Vol 1 has 16 and Vol 2 has 11 wood-engraved headpieces by HW Bray adapted from prints in the collection of Edward J Finch

Lamb, Charles. Dissertation Upon Roast Pig. Printing House of Leo Hart, Rochester, New York (1932). 950 copies printed; Illustrated by Wilfred Jones

Lamb, Charles. Tales from Shakespeare. Temple Press, London (1939). Mary Lamb; With 12 colour plates by ARTHUR RACKHAM and b/w line drawings as chapter headings and footings.