Letters of, to or concerning Lady Caroline Lamb; with letters and manuscripts of George Lamb and William Lamb. Edit


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  • 1812-1831, undated. (Creation)


  • 52 Leaves (Whole)

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  • Scope and Contents

    The letters of Caroline Lamb to various correspondents have been arranged in alphabetical order by correspondent surname. Papers relating to George Lamb and William Lamb, Lord Melbourne, have been arranged at the end of the sequence.

    Letter of Caroline Lamb to William Fletcher, 1812: folios 1-2;

    Copy of a letter of Caroline Lamb to Thomas Medwin, 1824: folios 3-6;

    Letter of Caroline Lamb to Lydia Rogers White, 1824: folios 7-8;

    Copy of a letter of Lord Byron letter to Caroline Lamb, not dated: folios 9-10;

    Manuscript poem of Caroline Lamb, 'Address spoken by the Page at Brocket Hall before the Bonfire' in the hand of Augusta Leigh, 1812: folio 11;

    Letters of George Lamb to John Murray II, 1815-1831: folios 12-28, including folio 26a;

    Letters of William Lamb to John Murray, 1813: folios 29-41;

    Letter of William Lamb to Lord Byron, 1815: folios 42-43;

    Manuscripts of William Lamb, 'Addresses to the gentlemen, clergy and freeholders of the county of Hertford', 1819 and not dated: folios 42-43;

    Manuscript poem of William Lamb, 'Prologue' for 'Ina, A tragedy; in five acts' by Mrs Wilmot, not dated: folios 47-48;

    Manuscript excerpt of 'Germany' volume 3, pp.417-9 by Madame de Stael in an unknown hand, undated: folios 49-51.

  • Arrangement

    i + 51 folios.

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  • Bibliography

    Brand, Barbarina Ogle Wilmot, 'Ina, A tragedy; in five acts', (London, 1815). National Library of Scotland shelfmark 1968.211(16).

    Holstein, Anne Louise Germaine de Stael-, 'Germany', (London, 1813) volume 3. National Library of Scotland shelfmark S.177.f.4.