The Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth - Vol. 1

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THE LETTERS OF WILLIAM AND DOROTHY WORDSWORTH

ARRANGED AND EDITED BY THE LATE ERNEST DE SELINCOURT

SECOND EDITION I The Early Years 1787-1805 REVISED BY CHESTER L. SHAVER

OXFORD AT THE CLARENDON PRESS

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface to the Second Edition vii
  • Reface to the First Edition xiii
  • Contents xix
  • List of Illustrations xxi
  • Abbreviations xxiii
  • List of Letters xxv
  • 1. D. W.1 to Jane Pollard2 1
  • 2. D. W. to Jane Pollard 5
  • 2. D. W. to Jane Pollard 9
  • 2. D. W. to Jane Pollard 12
  • 5. D. W. to Jane Pollard 15
  • 6. D. W. to Jane Pollard 17
  • 6. D. W. to Jane Pollard 21
  • 6. D. W. to Jane Pollard 24
  • 6. D. W. to Jane Pollard 27
  • 6. D. W. to Jane Pollard 32
  • 6. D. W. to Jane Pollard 38
  • 6. D. W. to Jane Pollard 43
  • 13. W. W. to William Mathews1 48
  • 15. W. W. to William Mathews 55
  • 16. W. W. to William Mathews 57
  • 17. D. W. to Jane Pollard 60
  • 18. W. W. to William Mathews 61
  • 18. W. W. to William Mathews 63
  • 18. W. W. to William Mathews 67
  • 18. W. W. to William Mathews 71
  • 22. D. W. to Jane Pollard 72
  • 23. W. W. to William Mathews 75
  • 23. W. W. to William Mathews 80
  • 23. W. W. to William Mathews 81
  • 23. W. W. to William Mathews 86
  • 23. W. W. to William Mathews 86
  • 29. D. W. to Jane Pollard 91
  • 31. D. W. to Jane Pollard 97
  • 32. D. W. to R. W. 104
  • 32. D. W. to R. W. 105
  • 32. D. W. to R. W. 107
  • 32. D. W. to R. W. 111
  • 32. D. W. to R. W. 113
  • 38. D. W. to Jane Pollard 114
  • 39. D. W. to Mrs. Christopher Crackanthorpe 116
  • 39. D. W. to Mrs. Christopher Crackanthorpe *
  • 39. D. W. to Mrs. Christopher Crackanthorpe 118
  • 39. D. W. to Mrs. Christopher Crackanthorpe 120
  • 39. D. W. to Mrs. Christopher Crackanthorpe 123
  • 39. D. W. to Mrs. Christopher Crackanthorpe 129
  • 39. D. W. to Mrs. Christopher Crackanthorpe 130
  • 45. W. W. to R. W. 133
  • 46. W. W. to William Mathews 134
  • 46. W. W. to William Mathews 136
  • 48. D. W. to R. W. 140
  • 49. D. W. to Jane Pollard 141
  • 49. D. W. to Jane Pollard 144
  • 52. W.W. to William Mathews 153
  • 49. D. W. to Jane Pollard 156
  • 49. D. W. to Jane Pollard 156
  • 55. D. W. to Mrs. John Marshall 160
  • 56. D. W. to ? 163
  • 57. W. W. to Joseph Cottle1 163
  • 57. W. W. to Joseph Cottle1 163
  • 58. D. W. to Mrs. John Marshall 164
  • 59. W. W. to the Revd. Francis Wrangham 167
  • 60. W. W. to William Mathews 169
  • 61. W. W. to the Weekly Entertainer2 171
  • 62. D. W. to ? 172
  • 63. W. W. to the Revd. Francis Wrangham 172
  • 63. W. W. to the Revd. Francis Wrangham 178
  • 63. W. W. to the Revd. Francis Wrangham 179
  • 66. W. W. to R. W. 182
  • 67. D. W. to R. W. 185
  • 68. W. W. and D. W. to R. W. 187
  • 69. W. W. to R. W. 188
  • 70. D. W. to Mary Hutchinson ()2 188
  • 70. D. W. to Mary Hutchinson ()2 189
  • 72. D. W. to Mary Hutchinson () 190
  • 73. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 191
  • 73. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 192
  • 76. D. W. to Mary Hutchinson () 193
  • 76. D. W. to Mary Hutchinson () 194
  • 77. D. W. to Mary Hutchinson () 194
  • 77. D. W. to Mary Hutchinson () 196
  • 80. D. W. To? 197
  • 82. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 198
  • 82. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 199
  • 82. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 210
  • 82. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 212
  • 82. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 214
  • 82. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 215
  • 82. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 215
  • 82. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 216
  • 82. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 217
  • 91. D. W. and W. W. to R. W. 219
  • 92. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 219
  • 92. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 220
  • 92. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 225
  • 92. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 226
  • 92. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 226
  • 92. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 227
  • 98. W. W. to Joseph Johnson 228
  • 99. D. W. To? 228
  • 100. W. W. to Thomas Poole 229
  • 101. W. W. to Henry Gardiner3 231
  • 101. W. W. to Henry Gardiner3 232
  • 101. W. W. to Henry Gardiner3 233
  • 101. W. W. to Henry Gardiner3 233
  • 101. W. W. to Henry Gardiner3 235
  • 101. W. W. to Henry Gardiner3 243
  • 101. W. W. to Henry Gardiner3 247
  • 101. W. W. to Henry Gardiner3 247
  • 101. W. W. to Henry Gardiner3 248
  • 101. W. W. to Henry Gardiner3 250
  • 101. W. W. to Henry Gardiner3 257
  • 101. W. W. to Henry Gardiner3 258
  • 113. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 259
  • 115. W. W. to Josiah Wedgwood 262
  • 116. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 264
  • 116. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 265
  • 119. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 267
  • 120. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 267
  • 120. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 268
  • 120. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 269
  • 120. W. W. to Joseph Cottle 269
  • 124. W. W. to D. W. 271
  • 125. D. W. to R. W. 272
  • 125. D. W. to R. W. 273
  • 125. D. W. to R. W. 281
  • 125. D. W. to R. W. 281
  • 29. D. W. to R. W. 282
  • 130. W. W. to D. W. 282
  • 131. W. W. to R. W. 283
  • 132. W. W. to Josiah Wedgwood 284
  • 132. W. W. to Josiah Wedgwood 285
  • 132. W. W. to Josiah Wedgwood 288
  • 135. W. W. to Humphry Davy1 289
  • 136. W. W. to Messrs. Biggs and Cottle 290
  • 137. W. W. to Messrs. Biggs and Cottle 291
  • 138. W. W. to Messrs. Biggs and Cottle 291
  • 138. W. W. to Messrs. Biggs and Cottle 292
  • 138. W. W. to Messrs. Biggs and Cottle 293
  • 141. W. W. to Messrs. Biggs and Cottle 302
  • 142. W. W. to Messrs. Biggs and Cottle 302
  • 143. W. W. to Messrs. Biggs and Cottle 303
  • 144. W. W. to Messrs. Biggs and Cottle 304
  • 144. W. W. to Messrs. Biggs and Cottle 305
  • 144. W. W. to Messrs. Biggs and Cottle 306
  • 144. W. W. to Messrs. Biggs and Cottle 306
  • 144. W. W. to Messrs. Biggs and Cottle 308
  • 144. W. W. to Messrs. Biggs and Cottle 309
  • 152. W. W. to Charles James Fox1 311
  • 155. D. W. and W. W. to Sara Hutchinson 317
  • 156. W. W. to Messrs. Longman and Rees1 321
  • 157. W. W. to Thomas Poole 322
  • 158. W. W. to John Taylor1 325
  • 159. W. W. to Anne Taylor3 326
  • 159. W. W. to Anne Taylor3 329
  • 159. W. W. to Anne Taylor3 333
  • 159. W. W. to Anne Taylor3 335
  • 164. W.W to R.W. 341
  • 165. W.W. to Daniel Stuart 342
  • 166. D. W. to R. W. 342
  • 168. W. W. and D. W. to S. T. Coleridge 345
  • 168. W. W. and D. W. to S. T. Coleridge 346
  • 168. W. W. and D. W. to S. T. Coleridge 349
  • 168. W. W. and D. W. to S. T. Coleridge 352
  • 168. W. W. and D. W. to S. T. Coleridge 358
  • 168. W. W. and D. W. to S. T. Coleridge 361
  • 168. W. W. and D. W. to S. T. Coleridge 368
  • 168. W. W. and D. W. to S. T. Coleridge 369
  • 168. W. W. and D. W. to S. T. Coleridge 371
  • 168. W. W. and D. W. to S. T. Coleridge 379
  • 181. W. W. to R. W. 382
  • 182. D. W. to R. W. 384
  • 183. D. W. to R. W. 386
  • 184. D. W. to R. W. and J. W. 387
  • 185. D. W. to R. W. 390
  • 185. D. W. to R. W. 391
  • 187. D. W. to R. W. 394
  • 188. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 395
  • 189. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 396
  • 190. W. W. and D. W. to R. W. 397
  • 190. W. W. and D. W. to R. W. 399
  • 192. D.W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 402
  • 193. W.W. to Sir George Beaumont1 406
  • 194. W. W. to Walter Scott3 411
  • 194. W. W. to Walter Scott3 414
  • 194. W. W. to Walter Scott3 416
  • 197. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 422
  • 198. D. W. and W. W. to S. T. Coleridge 423
  • 198. D. W. and W. W. to S. T. Coleridge 426
  • 198. D. W. and W. W. to S. T. Coleridge 428
  • 198. D. W. and W. W. to S. T. Coleridge 431
  • 198. D. W. and W. W. to S. T. Coleridge 435
  • 198. D. W. and W. W. to S. T. Coleridge 438
  • 203. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 440
  • 204. D.W. to Samuel Ferguson 442
  • 205. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 443
  • 205. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 446
  • 207. D. W. and W. W. to S. T. Coleridge 448
  • 208. W. W. to Thomas De Quincey 452
  • 208. W. W. to Thomas De Quincey 455
  • 208. W. W. to Thomas De Quincey 457
  • 208. W. W. to Thomas De Quincey 458
  • 208. W. W. to Thomas De Quincey 462
  • 208. W. W. to Thomas De Quincey 465
  • 208. W. W. to Thomas De Quincey 468
  • 215. D W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 471
  • 216. D. W. to R. W. 472
  • 217 D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 473
  • 218. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 475
  • 218. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 478
  • 218. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 481
  • 221. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 482
  • 222. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 485
  • 223. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 487
  • 223. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 490
  • 223. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 491
  • 223. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 493
  • 227. W. W. to Sir George Beaumont 496
  • 227. W. W. to Sir George Beaumont 497
  • 227. W. W. to Sir George Beaumont 500
  • 227. W. W. to Sir George Beaumont 501
  • 227. W. W. to Sir George Beaumont 503
  • 227. W. W. to Sir George Beaumont 505
  • 227. W. W. to Sir George Beaumont 509
  • 227. W. W. to Sir George Beaumont 512
  • 235. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 513
  • 235. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 513
  • 235. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 516
  • 235. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 519
  • 235. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 522
  • 239. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 524
  • 240. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 527
  • 241. W. W. to Walter Scott 529
  • 244. W. W. to R. W. 536
  • 244. W. W. to R. W. 539
  • 245. W. W. to Sir George Beaumont 541
  • 246. W. W. to Robert Southey 542
  • 246. W. W. to Robert Southey 543
  • 246. W. W. to Robert Southey 544
  • 246. W. W. to Robert Southey 549
  • 251. D. W. to C. W. 550
  • 2.52. D. W. and W. W. to R. W. 551
  • 253. W.W. to Walter Scott 553
  • 265. D. W. to Mrs. John Marshall 554
  • 265. D. W. to Mrs. John Marshall 558
  • 265. D. W. to Mrs. John Marshall 562
  • 265. D. W. to Mrs. John Marshall 566
  • 265. D. W. to Mrs. John Marshall 569
  • 265. D. W. to Mrs. John Marshall 570
  • 261. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 572
  • 261. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 573
  • 261. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 574
  • 261. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 575
  • 261. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 578
  • 261. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 580
  • 261. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 583
  • 261. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 584
  • 261. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 586
  • 261. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 588
  • 270. W. W. to Sir George Beaumont 593
  • 272. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 596
  • 272. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 597
  • 272. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 601
  • 272. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 603
  • 272. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 607
  • 272. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 609
  • 277. W. W. and D. W. to Lady Beaumont 613
  • 278. D. W. to R. W. 618
  • 278. D. W. to R. W. 619
  • 278. D. W. to R. W. 620
  • 278. D. W. to R. W. 622
  • 283. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 635
  • 284. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 636
  • 284. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 640
  • 284. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 652
  • 284. D. W. to Lady Beaumont 655
  • 291. W. W. and D. W. to R. W. 657
  • 292. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 658
  • 292. D. W. to Mrs. Thomas Clarkson 662
  • Appendix I 666
  • Appendix II 668
  • Appendix III 670
  • Appendix IV 673
  • Appendix V 679
  • Appendix VI 683
  • Appendix VII 686
  • Appendix VIII 688
  • Genealogical Tables 693
  • Index 699
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