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(COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor and Robert Southey). THE DEVIL'S WALK; A Poem by Professor Porson. Edited witha Biographical Memoir and Notes by H.W. Montagu ... Illustrated with beautiful Engravings on Wood by Bonner and Slader, after the Designs of R. Cruikshank. £ 600.00

London. Marsh and Miller. (1830). pp. 20, 23 - 33, (i) of adverts. Frontis, 5 plates. 12mo in 6s. Half green calf, marbled boards, slightly rubbed. With the pagination error of pp 21/22 omitted making it Wise's 1st edition, 1st issuse (Wise p. 135). Part of a three volume set of works with Cruikshank illustrations. The first volume also contains the following Imitations - The Real Devil's Walk, not by Professor Porson. London. Effingham Wilson. 1830 (Wise p. 141); The Devil's Visit; A Poem, from the Original Manuscript. With Notes by a Barrister. London. William Kidd. 1830 (Wise p. 142); The Devil's Progress. A Poem by the Editor of the 'Court Journal'. London. Lupton Relfe. 1830 (Wise p. 142) ; (LAMB, Charles). Satan in Search of a Wife; with the whole process of His Courtship and Marriage and who danced at the wedding. By an Eye Witness. London. Edward Moxon. 1831. (Wise p.142; Roff p. 183). The second volume contains MONTCRIEFF, W.T. Old Booty! A Serio-Comic Sailor's Tale. London. William Kidd. 1830; Brighton!! A Comic Sketch. London. William Kidd. 1830; DIBDIN, Charles. The High-Mettled Racer. To which are added many interesting anecdotes of the race-horse. London. William Kidd. 1831; Walks about Town; A Poem, in two cantos, with notes, and a memoir of the authors by the Antiquated Trio. London. Effingham Wilson 1830; TAYLOR, John. Monsieur Tonson. London. Marsh & Miller. 1830. The third volume contains EGAN, Pierce. The Show Folks!. London. M. Arnold. 1831; RHODES, William Barnes. Bombastes Furioso; A Burlesque Tragic Opera. London. Thomas Rodd. 1830; HOOD, Thomas. The Epping Hunt . London. Charles Tilt. 1829; O'HARA, Kane. Tom Thumb; A Burletta, altered from Henry Fielding. London. Thomas Rodd. 1830; BURNS, Robert. An Address to the Deil, with explanatory notes. Illustrated by numerous engravings on wood after designs by Thomas Landseer. London. William Kidd. 1830; BURNS, Robert. Tam O'Shanter and Souter Johnnny, A Poem. Illustrated by Thomas Landseer. London. Marsh & Miller. 1830 Each work is illustrated with all plates as called for. There is some foxing throughout and staining in the works by Burns.

Reference: 20795

 
COLERIDGE FAMILY. COLERIDGE. The Early Family Letters. £ 16.00

With an Introduction by James Engell. Oxford. Clarendon Press. 1994. pp. xviii, 113. 4 plates. 8vo. D/W. Pencil markings in the margins. ISBN 0198182449. A very good copy.

Reference: 1627

 
COLERIDGE, Christabel R. WAYNFLETE. £ 160.00

London. A.D. Innes & Co. 1893. 2 vols. pp. (iv), 255; (iv), 250, (ii) of adverts. 8vo. Maroon cloth. 1st edition. With the bookplate of 'St. Mary's School, Abbots Bromley - The Alice Mary Coleridge Library. Presented by her Sisters Harriet Duke Lowe and Emma Duke Coleridge. September, 1907.' Although the author is known to Wolff, this novel is not. Christabel Rose Coleridge was the daughter of Derwent and granddaughter of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. The sisters Alice, Harriet and Emma were the daughters of Francis George Coleridge and his wife Harriet Norris, Samuel Taylor was their great uncle and they were aunts to the poet Mary Elizabeth Coleridge.

Reference: 110863

 
COLERIDGE, Christabel. THE WINDS OF CATHRIGG. £ 30.00

London. Isbister & Co. Ltd. 1901. pp. 390, (x) of adverts. Frontis & 7 plates. 8vo. Green cloth, lettering on spine faded away.

Reference: 87470

 
COLERIDGE, Hartley. POEMS . £ 60.00

With a Memoir of His Life by His Brother. London. Edward Moxon. 1851. 2 vols. pp. 8 of adverts, ccxxxii, 168; xii, 367. Frontis - Vol 1. 8vo. Original blind stamped green cloth, spines faded. 2nd edition. Half titles present.

Reference: 146541d

 
COLERIDGE, Hartley. POEMS. Vol 1. £ 1,500.00

Leeds. F.E. Bingley. 1833. pp. viii, 159. 8vo. Original boards, hinges cracking. 1st editon thus. Vol 1. only, all that was published. On front free endpaper, a manuscript poem in Hartley's hand. ' Hartley Coleridge to Elizabeth Crossfield. If ought of good or but a moments ease/ Thy soul may gather from the lines within......' The poem is dated August 1st 1841, twelve lines in length and as far as I can ascertain unpublished. There is a manuscript transcript tipped in on the inside board in a later hand. The Crossfield family crop up in letters now at the Humanities Research Centre at Austin Texas written to Hartley in the 1840s.

Reference: 1941

 
COLERIDGE, Hartley. POEMS. Vol 1. £ 75.00

Leeds. F.E. Bingley. 1833. pp. viii, 159, errata leaf. 8vo. Original boards, later cloth spine, label and endpapers. Occasional foxing. 1st editon, 1st issue with Vol. 1 on title page. Vol 1. only, all that was published.

Reference: 19410

 
COLERIDGE, Hartley. GRIGGS, Grace Evelyn and Earl Leslie Griggs. (Editors). LETTERS OF HARTLEY COLERIDGE. £ 50.00

London. Oxford University Press. 1936.. pp. xv, 328. Frontis. 8vo. D/W. With the bookplate of Richard Hamilton. A very good copy.

Reference: 1646

 
COLERIDGE, S.T. THE POETICAL AND DRAMATIC WORKS. With a Memoir. £ 45.00

Boston. Little, Brown & Co. 1861. 3 vols. pp. 4 of adverts, civ, 324; vi, 372; 331. Frontis - Vol 1. 8vo. Original blind stamped brown cloth, heads of spines slightly frayed. The British Poets.

Reference: 27283

 
COLERIDGE, S.T. THE POETICAL WORKS. £ 35.00

London; Boston. W. Pickering; Hilliard, Gray & Co. 1835. 3 vols. pp. xvi, 287; viii, 274; (vi), 316. Small 8vo. Half black morocco, marbled boards. Spines relaid. A heavy binding. Ex-Library with bookplates to each volume, stamps on all title pages and a further 9 pages. Slight foxing in Vol 1.

Reference: 4581

 
COLERIDGE, S.T. THE STATESMAN’S MANUAL: or The Bible the best guide to Political Skill and Foresight: A Lay Sermon, addressed to the Higher Classes of Society, with an Appendix, containing comments and essays connected with the Study of the Inspired Writings. £ 600.00

BOUND with A LAY SERMON, Addresses to the Higher and Middle Classes, on the existing Distresses and Discontents. London. Gale & Fenner. 1816/1817 2 works bound together. pp. 65, (iii), xlvii; (iii), xxxi, (i), 134. 8vo. Full calf, spine with gilt decorations and red and green labels, top edge gilt. A pretty copy. Both 1st editions. From the library of William St Clair with his name in pencil on the front free endpaper. Wise 36, p 92 37, p. 94

Reference: 243332

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor, Ernest Hartley Coleridge Editor. TED HUGHES'S COPY. THE POEMS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE including Poems and Versions of Poems herein published for the first time, edited with Textual and Bibliographical Notes. £ 3,950.00

Oxford University Press. 1949. pp. xxiv, 614. 8vo. Blue cloth. Reprint. Text block reattached to casing retaining all original endpapers. Ted Hughes and his sister Olwyn's copy from the library of Frieda Hughes, Ted and Sylvia Plath's daughter. On the front free endpaper is Olwyn's ownership signature and in Ted's hand a Coleridge Fragment beginning 'Grant me a patron, gracious Heaven! which he notes is Note 293 in the Notebooks. Olwyn has made four notes and several markings in the text in ink. She studied English Literature at Queen Mary College, London and graduated in 1950. Ted, using biro, has made markings in the margins on the Content that match up with the poems he selected for his book - A Choice of Coleridge's Verse, published Faber and Faber 1996. He has also made a note at the top of The Ancient Mariner 'Complete & read to Wordsworth's 23 March, 1798' Loosely inserted is a folded sheet of paper listing on both sides, in Hughes hand, the poems marked on the Contents. In A Choice of Coleridge's Verse Hughes has written a long and detailed Preface and Introduction in which he says that 'While my remarks in this essay are based mainly on easily accesible material in Coleridge's Poems and Notebooks..' The Notebooks, Volumes 1 - 4 were available to him, but the Bollingen Poetical Works in 3 volumes edited by J C C Mays were not. They were published in 2001. So brother and sister used this book as their source for the Poetical Works of Coleridge but at different times.

Reference: 122480

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. AIDS TO REFLECTION, in the formation of a manly character, on the several grounds of Prudence, Morality, and Religion: illustrated by select passages from our elder divines, especially from Archbishop Leighton. First American, from the first London edition; with an appendix, and illustrations from other works of the same author; together with a Preliminary Essay, and Additional Notes by James Marsh. £ 100.00

Burlington. Chauncey Goodrich. 1829. pp. lxi, (iii), 399, additional errata slip tipped in at rear. 8vo in 4s. Original quarter cloth, boards, spine rubbed, front hinge weak but just holding. Badly foxed throughout. Many pencil notes. From the library of Wwilliam St Clair with his name in pencil, but the notes are not his and with the bookplate of John H. Barnes. 1st American edition. A shabby, frail copy.

Reference: 290357

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. CONCIONES AD POPULUM. Or Addresses to the People. £ 7,500.00

(Bristol)? 1795. pp. 69 - last leaf errata. Small 8vo. Half calf, marble boards, hinges slightly rubbed. Wise p. 10; ESTC T144276 who suggest Bristol as place of publication because Clevedo, where the Preface is dated from, is near Bristol.

Reference: 29405

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE ANCIENT MARINER and Other Poems. £ 30.00

London. Charles Tilt. 1836. pp. xvi, 142. Frontis. 16mo in 8s. Full calf. Front hinge split on the inside but holding.

Reference: 63955

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE COLLECTED WORKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. BIOGRAPHIA LITERARIA or Biographical Sketches of My Literary Life and Opinions. £ 40.00

Edited by James Engell and W. Jackson Bate. London; New Jersey. Routledge & Kegan Paul; Princeton University Press. 1983. 2 vols. pp. cxxxvi, 306; vii, 409. Frontis (Vol 1), 4 plates. 8vo. D/Ws, rubbed, torn and frayed. Pencil marginalia and occasional ink underlining of text. Bollingen Series LXXV. No 7 of the Collected Works. General Editor: Kathleen Coburn. Associate Editor: Bart Winer. Has been used as a working copy, but the structure of the books are good.

Reference: 5554T

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE COLLECTED WORKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. LECTURES 1795. ON POLITICS AND RELIGION. £ 35.00

Edited by Lewis Patton and Peter Mann. London; New Jersey. Routledge & Kegan Paul; Princeton University Press. 1971. pp. lxxx; 512. Frontis, 6 plates. 8vo. D/W, torn and spine slightly faded. Bollingen Series LXXV. No. 1 of the Collected Works. General Editor: Kathleen Coburn. Associate Editor: Bart Winer.

Reference: 4560

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE COLLECTED WORKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. LOGIC. £ 55.00

Edited by J.R. de J. Jackson. London; New Jersey. Routledge & Kegan Paul; Princeton University Press. 1981. pp. lxvii, 420. Frontis, 3 plates. 8vo. D/W, spine faded. Bollingen Series LXXV. No 13 of the Collected Works. General Editor: Kathleen Coburn. Associate Editor: Bart Winer. A very good, clean copy.

Reference: 5559

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE COLLECTED WORKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. MARGINALIA. Vol VI. Valckenaer to Zwick. Addenda. Index. £ 125.00

Edited by H.J. Jackson and George Whalley. New Jersey. Princeton University Press. 2001. pp. xxxv, 715. Frontis, 2 plates. 8vo. D/W. Bollingen Series LXXV. No.12 of the Collected Works. General Editor: Kathleen Coburn. A very good copy.

Reference: 181160

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE COLLECTED WORKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. OPUS MAXIMUM. £ 155.00

Edited by Thomas McFarland with the assistance of Nicholas Halmi. New Jersey. Princeton University Press. 2002. pp. ccxl, 419. Frontis, 3 plates. 8vo. D/W, spine slightly faded. Bollingen Series LXXV. No 15 of the Collected Works. General Editor: Kathleen Coburn. ISBN 0691098824. A very good copy.

Reference: 10383

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE POEMS OF S.T. COLERIDGE. £ 35.00

London. William Pickering. 1848. pp. xvi, 372, (iv) of adverts. 8vo. Contemporary brown cloth, spine label darkened. Endpapers slightly foxed. Wise p304. Some important additions were made to the Notes. Reprinted under later dates until superseded by the edition of 1852.

Reference: 9877

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE WATCHMAN. No. 1 - No. X. All issued. £ 7,500.00

Bristol. By the Author. 1796. pp. 324. 8vo. Later full grain morocco, top edge gilt. Hinges slightly rubbed, heavy front free endpaper secured by archival tape. p. 35 printer's ink smear, text still legible. Wise p.20; Ashley Library Vol 1, p. 196 . Without title page and Content Leaf as issued. Part VI ends p 192 and Part VII begins p 197 as in all copies, otherwise the pagination is continiuos. ESTC P2094. Part I is the second or B issue with on p.2 the second line ending 'prevention; and the triple-giant'.

Reference: 13361

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. ZAPOLYA: A Christmas Tale, in Two Parts: the Prelude entitled The Usurper’s Fortune; and the Sequel entitled The Usurper’s Fate. £ 725.00

London. Rest Fenner. 1817. pp. (viii), 128. Half title present. 8vo. Full calf, all edges gilt, spine with gilt decoration,red and green labels. 1st edition. A pretty copy. Wise p109. Rejected in 1816 by the Committee of Drury Lane, the manuscript was given to Murray for publication, but in 1817 it was redeemed by Rest Fenner & published by him. The success of the book with the reading public resulted in Zapolya being adapted for the stage in 1818.

Reference: 40463

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. ZAPOLYA: A Christmas Tale, in Two Parts: the Prelude entitled The Usurper’s Fortune; and the Sequel entitled The Usurper’s Fate. £ 725.00

London. Rest Fenner. 1817. pp. (viii), 128. Half title present. 8vo. Full calf, top edges gilt, spine relaid, with red labels. 1st edition. With modern cloth slipcase. A very good copy. Wise p109. Rejected in 1816 by the Committee of Drury Lane, the manuscript was given to Murray for publication, but in 1817 it was redeemed by Rest Fenner & published by him. The success of the book with the reading public resulted in Zapolya being adapted for the stage in 1818.

Reference: 40463sc

 
COLERIDGE, Stephen. QUIET HOURS IN POETS' CORNER. £ 16.00

London. Mills & Boon Ltd. 1925. pp. 132, (iv) of adverts. Frontis. 8vo. D/W, torn.

Reference: 429640

 
MAYS, J.C.C. COLERIDGE'S FATHER. Absent Man, Guardian Spirit. £ 150.00

Bristol. Friends of Coleridge. 2014. pp. xxxii, 873. Illustrated. Royal 8vo. Red cloth.

Reference: 7812

 
TURNBULL, A. (Editor). BIOGRAPHIA EPISTOLARIS being the Biographical Supplement of Coleridge's Biographia Literaria with Additional Letters, etc £ 20.00

London. G. Bell & Sons Ltd. 1911. 2 vols. pp. xxiv, 300; viii, 351, (i), 30 of adverts. 8vo. Maroon cloth, endpapers browned. Occasional pencil markings in the Contents of Vol 1. Kennedy p 7 & 42; Wise p.190.

Reference: 23373

 
 
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