ID 563
Last Name Lamb
First Name Charles
Title
Gender Male
Date of Birth 1775-02-10
Date of Death 1834-12-27
Place of Birth London
Place of Death Edmonton
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/64007908
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Lamb
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/f/fa/Charles_Lamb_by_Henry_Hoppner_Meyer.jpg
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Titles

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Role Title Date
Author Tales from Shakespear. Designed for the Use of Young Persons, By Charles Lamb. Embellished with Copper-plates. In Two Volumes. 1807
Author The Parnassian Garland; or, beauties of modern poetry : consisting of upwards of two hundred pieces, selected from the works of the most distinguished poets of the present age. With introductory lines to each article. Designed for the use of schools and the admirers of poetry in general. By John Evans, A. M. Master of a seminary for a limited number of pupils, Pullin's Row, Islington. 1807
Author Mrs Leicester's School; or, The History of Several Young Ladies, Related by Themselves 1808
Author The adventures of Ulysses. By Charles Lamb. 1808
Author Mrs Leicester's School; or, The History of Several Young Ladies, Related by Themselves. Second Edition. 1809
Author Poetry for Children: Entirely Original. By the author of "Mrs Leicester's School." In two volumes. 1809
Author Tales from Shakespear: Designed for the Use of Young Persons. By Charles Lamb. The Second Edition. in Two Volumes. 1809
Author The King and Queen of Hearts: with the roguerie of the Knave who stole the Queen's pies. Illustrated with Fifteen elegant engravings. 1809
Author Mrs Leicester's School; or, The History of Several Young Ladies, Related by Themselves. Third Edition. 1810
Author Tales from Shakespear: designed for the use of young persons. By Charles Lamb. The second edition. In two volumes. 1810
Author Beauty and the beast, or, A rough outside with a gentle heart: a poetical version of an ancient tale, illustrated with a series of elegant engravings; and Beauty's song at her spinning wheel, set to music by Mr. Whitaker. 1811
Author Prince Dorus, or, Flattery put out of countenance: a poetical version of an ancient tale, illustrated with a series of elegant engravings. 1811
Author Mrs Leicester's School; or, The History of Several Young Ladies, Related by Themselves. Fourth Edition. 1814
Author Tales from Shakespear: Designed for the Use of Young Persons. By Charles Lamb. The Third Edition. in Two Volumes. 1816
Author Prince Dorus, or, Flattery put out of countenance. A poetical version of an ancient tale. Illustrated with a series of elegant engravings. 1818
Author The Adventures of Ulysses. By Charles Lamb. A New Edition. 1819
Author Mrs Leicester's School; or, The History of Several Young Ladies, Related by Themselves. Seventh Edition. 1820
Author Mrs Leicester's School; or, The History of Several Young Ladies, Related by Themselves. Eighth Edition. 1821
Author Tales from Shakespear: Designed for the Use of Young Persons. By Charles Lamb. The Fourth Edition. in Two Volumes. 1822
Author Mrs Leicester's School; or, The History of Several Young Ladies, Related by Themselves. Ninth Edition. 1825
Author Tales from Shakespear: Designed for the Use of Young Persons. By Charles Lamb. Fifth Edition. Ornamented with Engravings, from Designs by Harvey. 1831

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