A Bibliography of Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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Excerpt from book: III. EDITIONS 1794. 1. The Fall of Robespierre. An Historic Drama. By S. T. Coleridge, of Jesus College, Cambridge. Cambridge: Printed by Benjamin Flower, for W. H. Lunn, and J. and J. Merrill: and sold by J. March, Norwich, 1794. [Price One Shilling.] 8vo., pp. 37. See Analytical Rev., XX (480-481) : British Critic, V (539-540) : and Critical Rev., XII, n. s. (260-262). The dedicatory letter to H. Martin, Esq., of Jesus College, was dated September 22, 1794. The first act only was written by Coleridge, the second and third by Southey. Bound with the volume were proposals (slightly abridged from The Cambridge Intelligencer of June 14, and July 26, 1794) for a subscription publication by Coleridge" Imitations from the Modern Latin Poets." The Fall of Robespierre was reprinted in Coleridge's Poet. Works (Philadelphia, 1831) : also in Literary Remains (1836) and in the editions of 1877, 1880 and 1893 of his Poetical Works. 1795. 2. A Moral and Political Lecture, delivered at Bristol. By S. T. Coleridge, of Jesus College, Cambridge. [Motto from Akenside.] Bristol: Printed by George Routh, in Corn-Street. Price, Six-pence. 8vo., pp. 19. See Critical Rev., XIII, n. s., p. 455. The lecture was probably printed soon after its oral delivery in February, 1795. It is substantially the same as the first of the Condones ad Populum. 3. Conciones ad Populum. or Addresses to the People. By S.T.Coleridge. [Bristol:] 1795. I2mo., pp. 69. See Analytical Rev., XXIII (90-91) : British Critic, VII (682- 683): Critical Rev., XVI, n. s., p. 216: and Monthly Rev., XIX, n. s. (80-81). The Preface is dated Clevedon, November 16, 1795. This edition appeared in dark-blue wrapper with half-title only. It bore no publisher's name, and, although noticed in all the reviews, is usually de...