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Reminiscences of Samuel Taylor Coleridge and Robert Southey

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Author: Joseph Cottle
Language: English
Wordcount: 149,033 / 437 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 57.3
LoC Category: PN
Downloads: 268
mnybks.net#: 1919
Genre: Essays
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r. Coleridge's lines to Joseph Cottle

Sara's lines to the same

Three Sonnets, by Nehemiah Higginbotham

Coleridge, Lloyd, and Lamb, quarrel

Lamb's sarcastic Theses to Mr. Coleridge

Coleridge goes to Shrewsbury on probation

Mr. Coleridge receives an annuity of 150 from the Messrs. Thomas and Josiah Wedgewood

Letters from Mr. Wordsworth,--Lyrical Ballads

Mr. Wordsworth caballed against

Disasters attending a dinner with Mr. Wordsworth

Mr. Coleridge and Mr. Wordsworth depart for Germany

Mr. Coleridge's character of Mr. Southey

Mr. Southey marries Miss Edith Fricker

Three letters of Mr. Southey, from Falmouth and Portugal

Sundry letters from Mr. Southey to Joseph Cottle

George Dyer, and a ludicrous incident

Mr. Southey's rhyming letter from Lisbon

Mr. Churchey, and incidents concerning him

Mr. Southey in danger from an enraged author

Mr. Southey and Wat Tyler

Mr. Foster ex

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