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ABBREVIATIONS AND PRINCIPAL
REFERENCES
Abbreviations 
Aids to Reflection Coleridge, S. T.: Aids to Reflection in the Form-
ation of a Manly Character on the several grounds
of Prudence, Morality, and Religion:
illustrated
by select passages from our Bider Divines,
especially from Archbishop Leighton
, 1825, 1881
Alaric Walts Watts, Alaric A.: Alaric Watts. A Narrative of
His Life
, 2 vols., 1884
Biog. Lit. Coleridge, S. T.: Biographia Literaria, 2 vols.,
1817; ed. H. N. Coleridge, 2 vols., 1847; ed.
J. Shawcross, 2 vols., 1907. (Unless otherwise
indicated references are to the Shawcross edition.)
Campbell, Life Campbell, J. D.: Samuel Taylor Coleridge, a
Narrative of the Events of His Life
, 1894
Campbell, Poetical Works Campbell, J. D., ed.: The Poetical Works of
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
, 1893
Chambers, Life Chambers, E. K.: Samuel Taylor Coleridge:A
Biographical Study
, 1938
Church and State, The Coleridge, S. T.: On the Constitution of the Church
and State, according to the Idea of Each; with aids
toward a right judgment an the late Catholic Bill
,
1830, 2nd edn. 1880 (cited)
D.N.B. Stephen, Leslie, and Lee, Sidney, eds.: The
Dictionary of National Biography
, 22 vols., re-
printed 1937-8
E. L. G. Griggs, E. L., ed.: Unpublished Letters of Samuel Taylor
Coleridge
, . . . 2 vols., 1932
Early Rec. Cottle, Joseph: Early Recollections; chiefly
relating to the late Samuel Taylor Coleridge
, . . .
2 vols., 1837
Gillman, Life Gillman, James: The Life of Samuel Taylor
Coleridge
, 1838
John Hookham Frere Festing, Gabrielle: John Hookham Frere and His
Friends
, 1899
Lamb Letters Lucas, E. V., ed.: The Letters of Charles Lamb,
to which are added those of his sister, Mary Lamb
,
3 vols., 1935
Later Years De E. Selincourt, ed.: The Letters of William and
Dorothy Wordsworth:
the Later Years, 3 vols.,
1989
Letters Coleridge, E. H., ed.: Letters of Samuel Taylor
Coleridge
, 2 vols., 1895

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations vii
  • Abbreviations and Principal References ix
  • 1504. to Unknown Correspondent 531
  • Appendix a the Death and Burial of Coleridge 991
  • Appendix B Additional Letters, 1705-1831, 1003
  • Index 1059
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