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Letters : to Joseph Cottle, 1796-1797.

Author: Samuel Taylor ColeridgeJoseph CottleJames Dykes CampbellH Buxton FormanThomas PooleAll authors
Edition/Format:   Book : Letter : Manuscript   Archival Material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Eight letters to Cottle concerning the publishing of the first and second editions of Coleridge's collection of poems; The watchman; Coleridge's financial difficulties; and his wife's health. Also mentioned in the letters are Isaac Cruikshank, Thomas Poole, and the poetry of Charles Lamb. Two of the letters include some verse.
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Genre/Form: Manuscripts for publication
Poems
Named Person: Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Isaac Cruikshank; Charles Lamb; Thomas Poole
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Joseph Cottle; James Dykes Campbell; H Buxton Forman; Thomas Poole; John Thelwall
OCLC Number: 612876368
Notes: Chiefly autograph letters, signed; two prefaces; and notes, in the hand of James Dykes Campbell, framed in paper and bound.
With two drafts of prefaces for the second edition of Coleridge's collected poems (1797), one autograph, signed, the other presumably in the hand of Thomas Poole.
Bound with two letters from John Thelwall, to "Dr. Compton" and to "J. Wimfory" mentioning Coleridge.
Bound in light-brown goatskin, gilt.
Description: 1 v. (21 leaves) ; 42 cm.

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Eight letters to Cottle concerning the publishing of the first and second editions of Coleridge's collection of poems; The watchman; Coleridge's financial difficulties; and his wife's health. Also mentioned in the letters are Isaac Cruikshank, Thomas Poole, and the poetry of Charles Lamb. Two of the letters include some verse.

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