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(COLERIDGE, Sara. Ascribed to as Editor). CHRISTMAS TYDE. A Series of Sacred Songs and Poetical Pieces, suited to the Season. £ 75.00

London. William Pickering. 1849. pp. xviii, 205, (ii), 4 of adverts. Decorated with a vignette on the title page, head and tail pieces, and illuminated letters. 8vo. Original green cloth, slightly marked, spine faded. A good copy.

Reference: 43212

 
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, Hartley. POEMS . £ 350.00

With a Memoir of His Life by His Brother. London. Edward Moxon. 1851. 2 vols. pp. ccxxxii, 168; xii, 367. Frontis - Vol 1. 8vo. Full morocco with gilt decoration. All edges gilt. 2nd edition. Inscribed on front free endpaper ‘To Paul Eugene KennedyColeridge Berard from his Godfather Derwent Coleridge’ with the first four lines of The God-Child by Hartley Coleridge from Vol II p116. Dated 2 Feb 1853. Derwent wrote the memoir for this Edition of Hartleys Poems. As well as the charming association, these are very attractive volumes

Reference: 146541

 
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 . £ 60.00

With a Memoir of His Life by His Brother. London. Edward Moxon. 1851. 2 vols. pp. 8 of adverts, xi, ix - ccxv, 168; xii, 367. Frontis - Vol 1. 8vo. Original blind stamped brown cloth, spines faded and frayed, cloth on hinges beginning to split. 1st edition. Half titles present.

Reference: 1465411

 
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. HINTS TOWARDS THE FORMATION OF A MORE COMPREHENSIVE THEORY OF LIFE. £ 135.00

Edited by Seth B. Watson. London. John Churchill. 1848. pp. 95. 8vo. Full morocco, top edge gilt, spine with labels and gilt decoration. Front hinge slightly rubbed. 1st edition. Wise p. 165. This posthumously published work has a postscript that says that the work should 'be considered as the joint productionof MrColeridge and the late Mr James Gillman, of Highgate.

Reference: 31225

 
COLERIDGE, S.T. LETTERS, CONVERSATIONS AND RECOLLECTIONS OF S.T. COLERIDGE. £ 10.00

With a Preface by the Editor, Thomas Allsop. London. Frederick Farrah. 1864. pp. (xii), 251. 8vo. Blue cloth, spine faded. Occasional ink markings in the marginsl. Third edition. Kennedy p47.

Reference: 12543

 
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, Samuel Taylor. BIOGRAPHIA LITERARIA or Biographical Sketches of my literary life and opinions. £ 60.00

Second edition prepared for publication in part by the late Henry Nelson Coleridge, completed and published by his widow. London. William Pickering. 1847. 2 vols in 3 parts. pp. (iv), clxxxviii, 112; (iii), 112 - 369; (vi), 447. 8vo. Original blue cloth, spines faded, paper labels rubbed and browned, heads and tails of spine frayed. Some minor foxing, mainly in the first and last gatherings, otherwise, internally, a clean set. Wise p. 98 ' A highly important feature of this edition .... is the Biographical Supplement which was added to the second volume. This 'Supplement' consists of 33 letters of Coleridge, with a considerable amount of biographical information interspersed. Of these 33 letters, 11 had previously appeared in Cottle's Early Recollections, 1837; the remaining 22 were here printed for the first time.'

Reference: 51332

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. FOUR LETTERS TO ANNA AND BASIL MONTAGU. £ 2.00

Edited with an Introduction and Commentary by John Wells. Norwich. The Mandeville Press. 1995. pp. vi, 21. Frontis. 8vo. Wrapper, stapled.

Reference: 24220

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. NOTES ON ENGLISH DIVINES. £ 10.00

Edited by The Rev. Derwent Coleridge. London. Edward Moxon. 1853. 2 vols. pp. xv, 356; (v), 356. 8vo. Original cloth, spines faded and badly worn at top edge. Wise p175. Notes on Baxter’s Life of Himself is printed here for the first time, the rest of the Work is a reprint from the third & fourth volumes of The Literary Remains of Samuel Taylor Coleridge 1838.

Reference: 102230

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. SPECIMENS OF THE TABLE TALK OF THE LATE SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. £ 65.00

London. John Murray. 1835. 2 vols. pp. lxxvi, (ii), 267; xi, 364, 4 of adverts. 2 frontis's. 8vo. Original quarter cloth, boards, spine labels. 1st edition. Front hinge of Vol 2 split but holding firm. There are pencil markings and marginalia throughout. MS copy of Kulbla Khan in ink on front free endpaper of Vol 1 with small newspaper cutting tippe din. Wise p.146.' There were apparently two distinctly seperate issues of Table Talk. Some copies of the book (in original state, as published) are minus the Index (pp. 365 - 370), but have the four pages of Murray's Advertisments.' This is the case with this copy.

Reference: 121340

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE COLLECTED WORKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. ESSAYS ON HIS TIMES IN THE MORNING POST AND THE COURIER. £ 125.00

Edited by David V. Erdman. London; New Jersey. Routledge & Kegan Paul; Princeton University Press. 1978. 3 vols. pp. clxxix, 436; xi, 489; xi, 526. 3 frontis's, 11 plates. 8vo. D/W's, spines slightly faded. Bollingen Series LXXV. No. 3 of the Collected Works. General Editor: Kathleen Coburn. Associate Editor: Bart Winer. A very good copy.

Reference: 4562

 
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. LECTURES 1818 - 1819 ON THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY. £ 225.00

Edited by J.R. de J. Jackson. New Jersey. Princeton University Press. 2000. 2 vols. pp. cxlv, 458; xi, 459 - 1030. 2 frontis's, 6 plates. 8vo. D/Ws, spines slightly faded. Bollingen Series LXXV. No 8 of the Collected Works. General Editor: Kathleen Coburn. A very good copy.

Reference: 18060

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE COLLECTED WORKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. MARGINALIA. Vol V. Sherlock to Unidentified. £ 125.00

Edited by H.J. Jackson and George Whalley. London; New Jersey. Routledge & Kegan Paul; Princeton University Press. 2000. pp. xxiii, 867. Frontis, 5 plates. 8vo. D/W. Bollingen Series LXXV. No.12 of the Collected Works. General Editor: Kathleen Coburn. A very good copy.

Reference: 18116

 
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. 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 COLLECTED WORKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. THE FRIEND. £ 30.00

Edited by Barbara E. Rooke. London; New Jersey. Routledge & Kegan Paul; Princeton University Press. 1969. 2 vols. pp. cv, 580; vii, 680. Frontis (Vol 1), 10 plates. 8vo. D/Ws, spine faded. Bollingen Series LXXV. No 4 of the Collected Works. General Editor: Kathleen Coburn. Associate Editor: Bart Winer. A very good copy.

Reference: 1985

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE COLLECTED WORKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. THE WATCHMAN. £ 20.00

Edited by Lewis Patton. London; New Jersey. Routledge & Kegan Paul; Princeton University Press. 1970. pp. lx, 477. Frontis, 4 plates. 8vo. D/W, frayed and creased.Bollingen Series LXXV. No 2 of the Collected Works. General Editor: Kathleen Coburn. Associate Editor: Bart Winer. Previous owners name on front free endpaper, pencil notes on inside of back board. A good copy.

Reference: 1979

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE NOTEBOOKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. Bollingen Series L. £ 850.00

Edited by Kathleen Coburn, Merton Christensen & Anthony John Harding. London. Routledge & Kegan Paul; New York. Pantheon Books. Princeton University Press. 1957 - 2006. 5 volumes in 10 parts. pp. xlii, 546; xlv, 615; xx, 478; xxxiv, 548; xxii, 692; xxxv, 960; xxiv, 767; xxviii, 859; xxvii,1104; lv, 819. Illustrated. 8vo. All volumes cloth, except Vol 4 - both parts with D/Ws. Vol 1 Text has the bookplate of the Library of the Department of English The Ohio State University and has a blind stamp on the title page to this effect, Notes has lost the bookplate but has the blind stamp; Vols 2 & 3, both parts also have lost the bookplate but have the blind stamp. Vols 4 & 5 have no library markings. A very clean, bright set.

Reference: 13143

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE NOTEBOOKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. Vol 1. 1794-1804. £ 95.00

Edited by Kathleen Coburn New York. For Bollingen Foundation Inc., by Pantheon Books. 1957. 2 parts. pp. xlii, 546; xlv, 615. 4 plates. 8vo. D/Ws. Slipcase with label. Bollingen Series L. Part 1 Text, Part 2 Notes. Former owners inscription on front free endpaper. A very good copy.

Reference: 1648

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE NOTEBOOKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. Vol 2. 1804 - 1808. £ 120.00

Edited by Kathleen Coburn New Jersey. Princeton University Press. 1980. 2 parts. pp. xx, 478; xxxiv, 548. Frontis - Part 1, 8 plates, 3 maps. 8vo. Red cloth, very slightly marked. 2nd uncorrected printing. Bollingen Series L. Part 1 Text, Part 2 Notes. A very good copy.

Reference: 5551

 
COLERIDGE, Samuel Taylor. THE NOTEBOOKS OF SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE. Vol 3. 1808 - 1819. £ 120.00

Edited by Kathleen Coburn London. Routledge & Kegan Paul. 1973. 2 parts. pp. xxii, 692; xxxv, 960. Frontis - Part 1, 5 plates. 8vo. Red cloth, very slightly marked.. Part 1 Text, Part 2 Notes. A very good copy.

Reference: 5552

 
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 1796. £ 12.00

Poole & Washington DC. Woodstock Books. 1998. pp. (xv), 324. Small 8vo. D/W. Revolution and Romanticism 1789 - 1834. A series of facsimile reprints chosen and introduced by Jonathan Wordsworth.

Reference: 14556

 
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, Sara. PHANTASMION. A Fairy Tale. £ 120.00

With an Introductory Preface by Lord Coleridge, Lord Chief Justice of the Court of Common Pleas. London. Henry S. King & Co. 1874. pp. xvi, 348, 4 + 32 of adverts. 8vo. Original green cloth. Title page a little grubby, rear free endpaper lacking. 2nd edition. A reasonable copy. Although the title page lists Henry S. King as publisher the base of the spine is stamped Kegan Paul Trench & Co and it is their list of publications at the rear. UCL Archives states that 'the firm of H S King & Co was formed in 1868 ..... His business was purchased by Charles Kegan Paul (King's literary adviser since 1874) in 1877, when Alfred Trench joined as a partner. Wolff 1316A. Shattock 'her most important original work was Phantasmion, a fairy tale with lyrics.'

Reference: 13850

 
KLEIST, Franz von. SAPPHO. Ein dramatisches Gedicht. £ 5,750.00

Berlin. Vossischen Buchhandlung. 1793. pp. (iv), xlviii, 191. Frontis, vignette on title page, head and tail pieces for Einleitung and Anhang. Small 8vo. Half vellum with marble boards in a green cloth box with leather spine labels. Samuel Taylor Coleridge's copy given to his daughter Sara. Signed at top of title page in Coleridge's hand 'S.T.Coleridge'; inscribed on the verso of the frontis ' Sara Coleridge from her affectionate Father S.T. Coleridge'. There is a contemporary ms cross in ink on p. 1. A very pretty little book with a wonderful provenance.

Reference: 85980

 
 
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