The Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth - Vol. 8

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The Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth - Vol. 8
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents xi
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • LIST OF LETTERS xv
  • D. W. to MARY ANNE RAWSON 1
  • W. W. to UNKNOWN CORRESPONDENT 2
  • W. W. to UNKNOWN CORRESPONDENT 3
  • W. W. to UNKNOWN CORRESPONDENT 4
  • W. W. to LORD HOLLAND 6
  • W. W. to JOSIAH WEDGWOOD 7
  • W. W. to JOSIAH WEDGWOOD 8
  • W. W. to JOHN TAYLOR 9
  • W. W. to BASIL MONTAGU 10
  • W. W. to D. W. 11
  • W. W. to FRANCIS WRANGHAM 14
  • W. W. to THOMAS DE QUINCEy 14
  • W. W. to THOMAS DE QUINCEy 15
  • W. W. to THOMAS DE QUINCEy 17
  • W. W. to THOMAS DE QUINCEy 18
  • W. W. to THOMAS DE QUINCEy 19
  • W. W. to JOSEPH WILKINSON 20
  • W. W. to M. W. 21
  • W. W. to M. W. 26
  • W. W. to M. W. 32
  • D. W. to W. W. 39
  • W. W. to D. W. 43
  • W. W. to M. W. 48
  • W. W. to M. W. 51
  • W.W. to M.W. 57
  • W. W. to M. W. 61
  • W. W. to M. W. 67
  • W. W. to D. W. 69
  • W. W. to D. W. 71
  • W. W. to D. W. 77
  • W. W. to M. W. 80
  • MS. WL. Hitherto unpublished. 84
  • W. W. to M. W. 87
  • W. W. to M. W. 93
  • W. W. to M. W. 100
  • W.W. to M.W. 107
  • W. W. to D. W. and S. H. 113
  • D.W. to W.W. 116
  • W. W. to M. W. 117
  • W. W. to M. W. 119
  • W. W. to THOMAS HUTCHINSON 123
  • W. W. to THOMAS HUTCHINSON 124
  • D. W. to W. W. 127
  • W. W. and M. W. to D. W. and S. H. 130
  • W. W. and M. W. to D. W. and S. H. 134
  • W. W. and M. W. to D. W. and S. H. 136
  • W. W. and M. W. to D. W. and S. H. 140
  • W. W. and M. W. to D. W. and S. H. 141
  • W.W. to UNKNOWN CORRESPONDENT 142
  • D. W. to THOMAS DE QUINCEY 142
  • W.W. to WILLIAM WHITE 143
  • W. W. to SIR GEORGE BEAUMONT 143
  • W.W. to D.W. 147
  • W. W. to ABIGAIL HODGSON 153
  • W. W. to ABIGAIL HODGSON 154
  • W. W. to JOHN EDWARDS 157
  • W. W. to MESSRS. LONGMAN AND CO. 157
  • W. W. to WILLIAM WOLBERFORCE 158
  • W.W. to WILLIAM WILBERFORCE 159
  • W. W. to MESSRS. LONGMAN AND CO. 160
  • W. W. to J. COLIN SATTERTHWAITE 160
  • W. W. to J. COLIN SATTERTHWAITE 161
  • W. W. to J. COLIN SATTERTHWAITE 164
  • W. W. to J. COLIN SATTERTHWAITE 165
  • W. W. to J. COLIN SATTERTHWAITE 166
  • W. W. to J. COLIN SATTERTHWAITE 167
  • W.W. to [? THOMAS HUTTON] 168
  • W. W. to GEORGE TICKNOR 168
  • W. W. to GEORGE TICKNOR 170
  • W. W. to GEORGE TICKNOR 172
  • W.W. to FRANCIS WRANGHAM 174
  • W. W. TO THE COMMISSIONERS OF STAMPS 175
  • W. W. to MESSRS. LONGMAN AND CO. 175
  • W. W. to MESSRS. LONGMAN AND CO. 176
  • W. W. to MESSRS. LONGMAN AND CO. 177
  • W. W. to MESSRS. LONGMAN AND CO. 179
  • D. W. to HENRY HANDLEY NORRIS 181
  • W. W. to SIR FRANCIS LEGATT CHANTREY 181
  • W. W. to SIR FRANCIS LEGATT CHANTREY 182
  • W. W. to SIR FRANCIS LEGATT CHANTREY 184
  • W. W. to SIR FRANCIS LEGATT CHANTREY 184
  • W. W. to SIR FRANCIS LEGATT CHANTREY 185
  • W. W. to SIR FRANCIS LEGATT CHANTREY 187
  • W. W. to SIR FRANCIS LEGATT CHANTREY 190
  • W. W. to SIR FRANCIS LEGATT CHANTREY 191
  • W. W. to SIR FRANCIS LEGATT CHANTREY 192
  • W. W. to WILLIAM WILLIAMSON 193
  • W. W. to MARY FRANCES HOWLEY 193
  • W. W. to MARY FRANCES HOWLEY 194
  • W. W. to MARY FRANCES HOWLEY 194
  • W. W. to MARY FRANCES HOWLEY 196
  • W. W. to MARY FRANCES HOWLEY 199
  • W. W. to MARY FRANCES HOWLEY 199
  • W. W. to MARY FRANCES HOWLEY 203
  • W. W. to M. R. MATTHEWS 204
  • W. W. to [?JOHN WILSON CROKER] 205
  • W. W. to FELICIA DOROTHEA HEMANS 205
  • W. W. to FELICIA DOROTHEA HEMANS 206
  • W. W. to JOHN WALKER ORD 209
  • W. W. to MESSRS. A. G. MORYER AND CO. 209
  • W. W. to MESSRS. A. G. MORYER AND CO. 210
  • W. W. to ROBERT JONES 211
  • W. W. to JULIUS CHARLES HARE 213
  • W. W. to JULIUS CHARLES HARE 217
  • W. W. to FELICIA DOROTHEA HEMANS 218
  • W. W. to EDWIN HILL HANDLEY 219
  • W. W. to EDWIN HILL HANDLEY 220
  • W. W. to EDWIN HILL HANDLEY 221
  • W. W. to EDWIN HILL HANDLEY 222
  • W. W. to EDWIN HILL HANDLEY 223
  • W. W. to LORD NOTHAMPTON 225
  • M. W. and W. W. to UNKNOWN CORRESPONDENT 226
  • W. W. to CHARLES GRAVES 226
  • W. W. to CHARLES GRAVES 227
  • W. W. to ISAAC GREEN 228
  • W. W. to JAMES STANGER2 228
  • W. W. to JAMES STANGER2 229
  • W. W. to JAMES STANGER2 230
  • W.W. to JAMES STANGER 232
  • W.W. to JAMES ATANGER 233
  • W. W. to LORD NORTHAMPTON 233
  • W. W. to LORD NORTHAMPTON 234
  • W. W. to LORD NORTHAMPTON 235
  • W. W. to LORD NORTHAMPTON 236
  • W. W. to LORD NORTHAMPTON 237
  • W. W. to DORA W. 238
  • W. W. to DORA W. 239
  • W. W. to DORA W. 240
  • W. W. to DORA W. 241
  • W. W. to DORA W. 242
  • W. W. to DORA W. 243
  • W. W. to DORA W. 244
  • W. W. to DORA W. 245
  • W. W. to DORA W. 246
  • W. W. to DORA W. 247
  • W. W. to DORA W. 248
  • W. W. to DORA W. 248
  • W. W. to DORA W. 249
  • W. W. to DORA W. 250
  • W. W. to DORA W. 250
  • W. W. to DORA W. 251
  • W. W. to DORA W. 253
  • W. W. to ANNE MARSH 254
  • W. W. to HARRIET MARTINEAU 255
  • W. W. to HARRIET MARTINEAU 256
  • W. W to UNKNOWN CORRESPONDENT 257
  • W. W. to UNKNOWN CORRESPONDENT 258
  • W. W. to UNKNOWN CORRESPONDENT 260
  • W. W. to UNKNOWN CORRESPONDENT 260
  • W. W. to UNKNOWN CORRESPONDENT 261
  • W. W. to ROBERT FERGUSON 261
  • APPENDIX I DECEPTION EXPOSED; OR, An Antidote for the Poison of the Westmorland Yeoman's Address, Lately re-published in 'The Kendal Chronicle' No. 1. 263
  • APPENDIX II Letter from Annette Vallon to Dorothy Wordsworth, April 1835 275
  • APPENDIX III Additional Letters of Mary Wordsworth Concerning the Publication of C. W. jnr.'s Memoirs of William Wordsworth (1851) 278
  • M. W. to I. F. 278
  • M. W. to W. W. JNR. 283
  • M. W. to W. W. JNR. 283
  • M. W. to W. W. JNR. 285
  • M. W. to W. W. JNR. 286
  • M. W. to W. W. JNR. 289
  • M. W. to W. W. JNR. 290
  • Addenda and Corrigenda to The Letters of William and Dorothy Wordsworth 293
  • Index 295
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