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Charles Clarke, who knew Charles and Mary Lamb, taught Keats his letters and encouraged his love of poetry.He became a music publisher in partnership with Alfred Novello and married Alfred's sister, "Mary ...resided with her parents, and became the lad's constant friend and motherly companion.Mr Salt allowed both these young people - Mary then being twenty-five and Charles fifteen - free access to his library." William Blake engraved and published Songs of Innocence in 1789, with Mrs Blake's assistance.He was a pupil from 1782 to 1789 - The entrance to Christ's Hospital was on the north side of Newgate Street.
The house was later demolished to make place for a church.In 1911 "These Buildings are still to be seen, forming a quaint alley of dark brick houses with pedimented doorways and white window- frames"] In Salt's house, Mary Lamb "was tumbled early, by accident or design, into a spacious closet of good old English reading, without much selection or prohibition, and browsed at will upon that fair and wholesome pasturage." "As children Lamb and his sister Mary often stayed at Blakesware (demolished 1830), near Wareside, where Mary Field, their grandmother, was housekeeper to the Plumer family.Lamb recalled these visits in his essays and ' Dream Children'.His garden was dismantled, and its contents sold by auction in May 1792.Dr Pitcairn was also physician to From 1792 to 1825 (when he retired) Charles Lamb worked as a clerk in the India House.