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The Literary Remains of S. T. C., | The Poetical Works of_T. Camp
collected and edited by H. N. bell and S. T. C. Elinburgh Coleriilge. 4 rols. London,
, 8vo. 1336-39, 8vo.
The Poems of S. T. C. Edited by 1. On the constitution of the
D. and S. Coleridge. London, Church and State, according to 1852, 12ino. the idea of cach. (Third edi: tion.)
-Another Edition. London, (Second edition.) Edited from
1857, 18mo. the author's corrected copies, The Poems of S. T. C. Edited by with notes by H. N. Coleridge, D. and S. Coleridge, with a Lonilon, 1839, 8vo.
biographical memoir by F. Aids to Reflection and the Con
Freiligrath. [Tauchnitz edition, fessions of an Inquiring Spirit.
vol. 512.) Leipzig, 1800, 16mo. By S. T. C. To which are The Poems of S. T. C. London, added his Essays on Faith
1862, 16mo. and the Book of Common
One of “Bell and Daldy's Pocket Prayer. New edition, revised. Volumes." ( With the “preliminary essay.” [Another copy.] London, 1964, by J. Marsh.] (Bohn's Staird.
8vo. ard Lilrary.) London, 1884, 8vo.
A duplicate of the preceding with
a new titlepage. Part of “Bell and Table-Talk [edited by H. N. C.,
Daldy's Elzevir Series of Standard
Authors." i.e., Henry Nelson Coleridge]
and the Rime of the The Poems of S. T. C. Elited by Ancient Mariner, Christabel,
Derwent and Sara Coleridge. etc. (Morley's Universal Lib With an appendix. A new edi.
rary.) London, 1884, 8vo. tion. London, 1863, 8vo. Miscellanies, æsthetic and liter. The Poctical Works of S. T. C.
ary: to which is added the Edited, with a critical memoir, Theory of Life Collected by W. M. Rossetti. Illustrated and arranged by T. Ashe. by T. Seccombe. London (1872), (Bohn's standard Library.) 8vo. London, 1885, 8vo.
The Poetical Works of S. T. C.
Elited, with an introductory III. POEMS.
memoir and illustrations, by W.
B. Scott. London, (1874], 8vo. The Poctical Works of Coleridge, The Poetical Works of S. T. C.
Shelley, and Keats. Complete London, (1878), 8vo. in one vol. 3 parts. Paris, The Poetical Works of Coleridge 1829, 8vo.
and Keats; with a memoir of The Poems of S. T. C. London,
each. 2 vols. New York, 1844, 8vo. The Poems of S. T. C.
1878, 8vo. London,
Part of a series of "British Poets. 1848, 8vo.
The Poetical Works of S. T.-C. | Lyrical Ballads, etc. Third Edi.
Edited, with an introductory tion. By William Wordsworth. memoir, by W. B. Scott. Lon 2 vols. London, 1802, 8vo. don (1880), 8vo.
Includes the same poems by Part of the “Excelsior Series." Coleridge as in the Second Edition, The Poetical Works of S. T. C.
with the exception of
“ The Edited, with a critical memoir, Select Poetical Works, etc. Lon.
Dungeon,” which is omitted, by W.M. Rossetti, etc. [Moxon's Popular Poets.] London (1880), Christabel, and the lyrical anul
don, 1852, 12ino. 8vo. The Poetical Works of S. T. C.
iinaginative Poems of S. T. C. With Life, etc. Edinburgh,
Arranged and introduced by A.
C. Swinburne. London, 1869, London (1881), 8vo.
16mo. Part of "The Landscape Series of Poets."
Part of “The Bayard Series." The Poems of S. T. C. With a
Favorite Poems. Boston [U.S.), prefatory notice . by J. 1877, 16mo. Skipsey. London, 1884, 16mo. Fears in Solitude, written in
One of a series, entitled “The 1798, during the alarm of an Canterbury Poets."
invasion. To which are addei, The Poetical Works of S. T. C.
France, an ode; and Frost at Edited, with introduction and
Midnight. London, 1798, 4to. notes, by T. Ashe. (Aldine
Christabel ; Kubla Khan, a vision; edition of the British Poets.) 2 vols. London, 1885, 8vo.
The Pains of Sleep. London,
1816, 8vo. Poems on various subjects. Lon.
-Second Edition. don, 1796, 12mno.
London, Contains three or four sonnets by
1816, 8ro. Charles Lamb.
on the departing year. -Second edition. To which Bristol, 1796, 4to.
now added Poems by C. Prospect of Peace. London, Lamb and C. Lloyd. Bristol, 1796, 4to. 1797, 12mo.
Mentioned in Watt's “Bib. Brit.” Poems. London (1800 ?), 8vo. and in Lowndes; but there is no -Third edition. London, 1803,
copy known. 12mo.
The Raven, a Christmas tale. — Lyrical Ballads, etc. [By Cole Illustrated in eight plates. L'y ridge and Wordsworth.] Lon
old Traveller. London, don, 1798, 8vo.
[1848 ?], obl. 4to. Includes “The Ancient Mariner," The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. “The Foster-Mother's Tale," "The Nightingale,” and “The Dungeon.”
Illustrated by twenty-five poetic
and dramatic scenes, designed -Second Edition. By William Wordsworth. 2 vols. London,
and etched by D. Scott. Edin
burgh, 1837, fol. 1800, 8vo.
Includes the same poems by The Ancient Mariner, and other Coleridge as in the preceding, with poems. London, 1844, 16mo. the addition of the poem on “Love." Part of " Clarke's Cabinet Series."
The Rime of the Ancient Mainer. memoir (of Professor Porson)
Illustrated [by E. H. Wehnert, and notes, by H. W. Montagu. B. Foster, and others]. London, Second edition. (Facetice, etc. 1857, 8vo.
Illustrated by Robert Cruikshank, The Ancient Mariner, etc. Lon vol. ii.) London, 1831, 12mo. don, 1858, 32mo.
-Ten Etchings illustrative of Part of the “Miniature Classical
the Devil's Walk [a poem by R. Library.”
Southey and S. T. C.] London, Coleridge's Ancient Mariner, and 1831, fol.
London, 1872, 8vo.
IV. DRAMATIC WORKS. Part of “ Chambers's English Classics,” etc.
The Dramatic Works of S. T. C. The Rime of the Ancient Mariner. Edited by Derwent Coleridge.
Illustrated. London, [1875), A new edition. London, 1852, 8vo.
8vo. Part of “The Choice Series."
The Fall of Robespierre. An Another edition. Illustrated by historic drama [in three acts and Doré. London, 1876, fol.
in verse. The first act by S. T. Another edition. Illustrated. C., the second and third by R. Boston (U.S.), 1876, 24mo. Southey]. Cambridge, 1794,
Part of the · Vest-Pocket series 8vo. of standard and popular authors.”
Osorio, a tragedy, as originally The Rime of the Ancient Mariner.
wiitten in 1797, now first printed (Annotated Poems of English
from a copy recently discovered Authors. Edited by E. T.
with the variorum readings Stevens and D. Morris.) Lon. of “Remorse," and a monograph don, 1878, 16mo.
on the history of the play in its Another edition. Illustrated by earlier and later form, by the
D. Scott, etc. London, 1883, author of “Tennysoniana” [R. 16mo.
H. S., i.e., R. H. Shepherd]. The Ancient Mariner, Christabel, London, 1873, 8vo.
and Miscellaneous Poems. Remorse; a tragedy in five acts (Ward & Lock's Popular [and in verse]. London, 1813, Library of Literary Treasures.) 8vo. London, 1886, 8vo.
The two following. editions of Sibylline Leaves. A collection of
Remorse differ considerably from
the above, poems. (The whole, with the
-Second edition. London, exception of a few from 1796, of
1813, 8vo. the author's poetical composi - Third edition. London, 1813, tions from 1793 to the present 8vo. date.) London, 1817, 8vo.
Zapolya: A Christmas Tale, in The Devil's Walk : a poem by two parts : The prelude en-
S. T. C. and R. Southey [or titled "The Usurper's For-rather by Southey, with a few tune ;” and the sequel entitled-1 stanzas added by Coleridge), "The Usurper's Fate.” London,. Edited, with a biographical 1817, 8vo.
Aids to Reflection. - Another Letters, conversations, and recollec
edition. London, 1861, 12mo. tions of S. T. C., Edited by
-New edition, revised. With T. Allsop. 2 vols. London,
index and translations of the 1836, 12mo.
Greek and Latin quotations by -Second edition. [With a pre
T. Fenby. Liverpool, 1873, 8vo. face by R. A., i e., Robert
-Another edition. London, Allsop ?) London, 1858, 8vo.
1883, 12mo. - Third edition. London, 1864,
-Another edition. London, 8vo.
1884, 12mo. A duplicate of the second edition, Biograplıia Literaria ; or, Biowith a new titlepage and preface. graphical sketches of my literary Unpublished Letters from S. T. C. life and opinions. By S. T. C.
to the Rev. John Prior Estlin. 2 vols. London, 1817, 8vo. Communicated by Henry A. -Second edition, prepared in Bright. (Philobiblon Society.) part by H. N. Coleridge, com[London, 1884), 4to.
pleted by his widow (Sara Coleridge). 2 vols. London,
1847, 16mo. VI. MISCELLANEOUS WORKS.
-New edition. From the Aids to Reflection in the formation
second London edition, etc. of a inanly character on the
2 vols. New York, 1848, 12mo. several grounds of prudence,
-Another edition. London, morality, and religion : illustra 1866, 12mno. ted by select passages from our
Blessed are ye that sow beside all elder divines, especially from
waters. A lay sermon, addressed Archbishop Leighton. London, to the higher and middle classes, 1825, 8vo.
on the existing distresses and -[Another edition.] Aids to
discontents. London, 1817, 8vo. Reflection. London, 1836, 8vo. Conciones ad Populum ; or, Ad.
dresses to the People. Bristol, -Another edition.
1795, 8vo. preliminary essay by J. Marsh. Confessions of an Inquiring Spirit. From the fourth London edition,
By S. T. C. Edited from the with the author's last correc
author's MS. by H. N. Coleridge. tions, edited by H. N. Cole.
London, 1840, 8vo. ridge. Burlington [U.S.], 1840,
-Another edition. Confessions 8vo. Fifth
of an Inquiring Spirit, and some edition, enlarged. niiscellaneous pieces.
Edited Edited by H. N. Coleridge.
from the author's MS. by H. N. 2 vols. London, 1843, 8vo.
Coleridge. [With an introduc-Sixth edition, enlarged. 2 vols. tion by J. H. Green.] London, London, 1848, 16mo.
1849, 16mo. -Seventh edition (with several -Third edition. London, 1853, notes by the author). Edited 12mo. by D. Coleridge. London, 1854, -Fourth edition, London, 8vo.
The Friend. A series of essays. Hints towards the forination of London, 1812, 8vo.
a more comprehensive theory This work was published in 27 nos.
of Life, Elited by S. B. from June 1, 1809, to March 15, Watson. London, 1818, 12mo. 1810, and originally entitled, Lay Sermons, edited with the “The Friend; a literary, moral, and political weekly paper.” It
author's last corrections and was mainly written by Coleridge. notes, by D. Coleridge. Third New edition. 3 vols, Lon edition. London, 1852, 8vo. don, 1818, 8vo.
Lectures and notes on Shakspere -Third edition, with the and other English Poets. Now author's last corrections, and first collected, by T. Ashe. an appendix, etc. [Edited] by (Bohn's Standard Library.) H. “N. Cóleridge. 3 vols. London, 1883, 8vo. London, 1837, 12mo.
The Life of Wesley ; and rise and Fourth edition. 3 vols.
progress of Methodism. Third London, 1844, 12mo.
edition; by Robert Southey ;
with notes, by S. T. C., etc. - Another edition. London,
2 vols. London, 1846, 8vo. 1850, 12mo.
New edition; with notes by New edition, revised [by D.
S. T. C., etc. 2 vols. London, Coleridge]. 2 vols. London,
1858, 8vo. 1863, 8vo.
Lives of Northern Worthies ; by -Another edition. [Bohn's
Hartley Coleridge, edited by Standard Library.] London, his brother (Derwent Coleridge). 1866, 8vo.
A new edition, with the correcEssays on his own times form tions of the author, and the ing a second series of “The marginal observations of S. T. C. Friend." By S. T. C. Edited 3 vols. London, 1852, 8vo. by his daughter (Sara Cole- A moral and political lecture ridge). 3 vols. London, 1850,8vo. [on the principles of freedom]
Consists mainly of S. T. C.'s con delivered at Bristol. Bristol, tributions to the newspapers.
[1795), 8vo. General Introduction to the This is in substance the same as
Encyclopædia Metropolitana; the first of the Conciones. or, A preliminary treatise on Notes and Lectures upon Shake
Method. London, 1845, 4to. speare and some of the old Poets Treatise on Method, reprinted
and Dramatists; with other from the Encyclopædia Metro
Literary Remains. Edited by politana. London, 1849, 8vo.
Mrs. H. N. Coleridge. 2. vols. Same work as the preceding. The
London, 1849, 16mo. essay itself is dated “January 1818.”
This work, the Notes on English
Divines, and Notes, theological, etc., A Hebrew Dirge by H. Hurwitz, are substantially reprints of the
on the funeral of the Princess four vols. of “Literary Remains.” Charlotte, with a translation in Notes on English Divines. Edited English verse, by S. T. C. by the Rev. D. Coleridge. 2 vols. London, 1817, 8vo.
London, 1853, 8vo.