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CHARLES L A M B.
THE LONDON MAGAZINE-CHARACTER AND FATE OF MR. JOHN SCOTT,
ITS EDITOR-CHARACTER AND HISTORY OF MR. THOMAS GRIFFITHS WAINWRIGHT, ONE OF ITS CONTRIBUTORS—MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS OF LAMB TO WORDSWORTH, COLERIDGE, AND OTHERS ;-1818 To 1825.
Lamb's association with Hazlitt in the year 1820 introduced him to that of the “ London Magazine,” which supplied the finest stimulus his intellect had ever received, and induced the composition of the Essays fondly and familiarly known under the fantastic title of Elia. Never was a periodical work commenced with happier auspices, numbering a list of contributors more original in thought,