Collected Letters of Samuel Taylor Coleridge - Vol. 3

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LIST OF LETTERS
letterdaterecipientpage
1807
689 7 February Derwent Coleridge 1
640 16 February Robert Southey 3
641 8 March Derwent Coleridge 5
642 2 April George Coleridge 6
648 8 April Hartley Coleridge 9
644 18 April William Sotheby 11
645 30 April William Godwin 12
646 5 May Daniel Stuart 13
647 5 May William Sotheby 15
648 8 May Daniel Stuart 16
649 8 May William Sotheby 18
650 25 June Josiah Wedgwood 19
651 Early Summer Joseph Cottle 22
652 August Mary Cruikshank 28
658 August Josiah Wade 24
654 September Thomas Poole 26
655 September Mary Cruikshank 26
656 9 September Humphry Davy 28
657 September Mary Cruikshank 32
658 13 October Joseph Cottle 83
659 3 November Joseph Cottle 84
660 8 November John Ryland 85
661 23 November The Morgans 86
662 24 November Dorothy Wordsworth 37
668 3 December The Morgans 40
664 14 December Robert Southey 41
665 18 December Richard Sharp 44
1808
666 14 January The Morgans 45
667 22 January Mrs. J. J. Morgan 46
668 25 January Thomas De Quincey 48
669 1 February J. J. Morgan 49
670 2 February Thomas De Quincey 51
671 Early 1808 Mrs. S. T. Coleridge 53
672 Early 1808 Hartley Coleridge 58
678 9 February Charles Lamb 54
674 9 February Charles Lamb 55
675 9 February Robert Southey 56
676 10 February Mrs. J. J. Morgan 60
677 10-12 February The Morgans 63
678 12 February Sara Hutchinson 67

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • List of Illustrations xi
  • List of Letters xiii
  • Abbreviations and Principal References xxvii
  • Introduction xxix
  • 639. to Derwent Coleridge 1
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