Collected Letters of Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Vol. 5

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LIST OF LETTERS
LETTER DATE RECIPIENT PAGE
1820
1219 4 January Hyman Hurwitz1
1220 January C. A. Tulk9
1221 10 January Charles Mathews10
1222 14 January J. H. Green11
1223 14 January James Gooden13
1224 18 January Thomas Allsop15
1225 20 January C. A. Tulk17
1226 10 March Hyman Hurwitz19
1927 28 March Frances Maria Kelly22
1228 30 March Thomas Allsop22
1229 8 April Thomas Allsop32
1230 10 April Thomas Allsop38
1231 12 April C. A. Tulk40
1232 May Samuel Mence41
1232a May Unknown Correspondent42
1233 10 may Thomas Boosey and Sons42
1234 May Mr. Chisholm44
1235 25 May J. H. Green45
1236 31 May Robert Southey50
1237 Early June Thomas Allsop52
1238 13 June Richard Sharp54
1239 16 June Mr. Chisholm55
1240 24 June Thomas Monkhouse56
1241 1 July Thomas Allsop78
1242 3 July Derwent Coleridge81
1243 16 July C. A. Tulk86
1244 August John Murray91
1245 8 August Thomas Allsop93
1246 August Hartley Coleridge97
1247 21 September Thomas Allsop100
1248 26 September Mrs. Mary Evans Todd101
1249 30 September Thomas Allsop102
1249a October Provost and Fellows of Oriel College103
1250 11 October Edward Copleston106
1251 11 October Thomas Allsop115
1252 25 October Thomas Allsop118
1253 26 November Thomas Allsop119
1253a December Woden of Merton College120
1254 December J. G. Lockhart123
1255 December Thomas J. Pettigrew123
1256 December Charles Aders129
1257 31 December H. F. Cary131

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  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations xi
  • List of Letters xiii
  • Appendix B xxvii
  • Abbreviations and Principal References xxxi
  • Introduction xxxiii
  • Foreword 57
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