Collected Letters of Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Vol. 5

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LETTER DATE RECIPIENT PAGE
1834 (cont.)
1810 27 May Court of Assistants of the Worshipful
Company of Haberdashers983
1811 7 June Eliza Nixon984
1812 14 June Eliza Nixon984
1813 June Eliza Nixon985
1814 4 July Mrs. Gillman985
1815 5 July Mrs. Dashwood985
1816 9 July Eliza Nixon988
1817 10 July William C. Saunders988
1818 13 July Adam Steinmetz Kennard989
1819 24 July J. H. Green and Mrs. Gillman990

APPENDIX B

ADDITIONAL LETTERS ( 1795-1831) identified by a or b following the Letter Number; and CERTAIN LETTERS in Volumes I-VI now reprinted from MS.

1795
93a November Joseph Cottle1003
1796
97a 10 January Josiah Wade1003
105a February Joseph Cottle1004
111 19 March Joseph Cottle1005
145 18 October Joseph Cottle1005
148 5 November Joseph Cottle1007
1797
184 Early April Joseph Cottle1007
1799
284 25 June Charles Parry1010
285 6 July George Bellas Greenough1010
1800
368 15 December Thomas N. Longman1013
1802
463a Early October Editor of the 'Morning Post'1015
463b 13 October William Calvert1015
470a 27 November Davies Giddy1016
1804
581b 26 March Unknown Correspondent1016

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Table of contents

  • 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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