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(SOUTHEY, Robert - Editor; Coleridge, Samuel Taylor - Contributor). THE ANNUAL ANTHOLOGY. £ 875.00

Other Contributors include Charles Lloyd, Amelia Opie, George Dyer, Joseph Cottle, Robert Lovell, A.S Cottle, Humphrey Davy, Dr. Beddoes, Joseph Hucks, & Mary Robinson. Bristol. Printed by Biggs and Co. for T.N. Longman & O. Rees, London. 1799 - 1800. 2 vols. pp. (viii), 300; (vi), 299. 8vo. Full calf, spines with gilt decoration and labels. All hinges rubbed. In Vol 1. pp. 31/32 (Sig. B8) is cancelled as usual. It carried Southey's War Poem, which was deleted because of the extreme lack of patriotism it expressed. There are 27 poems included by Coleridge of which This Lime-Tree Bower my Prison, A Poem, Addresses to Charles Lamb, of the India-House, London; Sonnet to W.L. Esq. while he sung a Song to Purcell's Music; Somethiong childish, but very natural. Written in Germany; Home-Sick. Written in Germany; and four of the Epigrams were all printed for the first time in these volumes. A third volume was considered but never published.With the bookplate of Edward J. McCutchen and the binders label C. Kalthoeber, London. Wise p. 56.

Reference: 49251

RUCHAT, Abraham, Johann Georg Altmann, and Abraham Stanyan. L'ETAT ET LES DELICES DE LA SUISSE, en forme de Relation critique, Par plusieurs Auteurs celebres. £ 1,650.00

Enrichi de Figures en Taille-douce, deffinees sur les Lieux memes & de Cartes Geographiques tres-exactes en IV Volumes. Amsterdam. Wetsteins et Smith. 1730. 4 vols. pp.xxxvii, 484; (vi), 495; (vi), 426; (vi), 507. Frontis, 10 maps, 58 plates. (The frontis, all the maps and 41 of the plates are folded). 12mo. Modern contemporary style calf, new endpapers. Edge of one of the maps in Vol 1 frayed, not affecting the image. The binding on all volumes is rather tight. Robert Southey's copy with his name and dated at the foot of title page of Vol. 1. 'Robert Southey. Paris. 20 May. 1817'. These volumes along with one other appear in the Sale Catalogue of Sothey's books - Lot 812 - for 8th May & 15 following days, 1844.

Reference: 83753


London. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown. 1821. pp. xxviii, (iv), 79, (i). 4to. Modern quarter calf, cloth boards. Lacking the half title and advert leaves. A small amount of worm in the last few gatherings at the bottom right hand corner of the margin, not affecting the text. The same gatherings are discoloured in the top right hand corner. 1st edition of the work that prompted Byron's The Vision of Judgement. In the Preface Southey without naming names talks of 'Men of diseased hearts and depraved imaginations ...The school which they have set up may properly be called the Satanic school; ...' Byron, in response to a letter by Southey to The Courier said in his letter to the Editor on February 5th 1822 ' And now - what is the "Satanic School?" who are the Scholars? Mr Southey says that I am their Coryphaeus and Goliath - but who are the Philistines?'

Reference: 10707


Edited by Kenneth Curry. New York & London. Columbia University Press. 1965. 2 vols. pp. xxii, 552; 566. Frontis in each vol. 8vo. D/Ws. Vol 1 1792 - 1810; Vol 2 1811 - 1838. A very good copy.

Reference: 1693

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