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Worthies, with additional annotations, some of which are from the hand of S. T. Coleridge.*
The works of HARTLEY COLERIDGE, respecting which much interest has been expressed, will thus be rendered accessible to the public for the first time in an uniform shape, with the addition of new matter to the extent of one third.
The portrait of the Author, in his eleventh year, has been engraved by Holl, from an interesting sketch by Wilkie, by permission of the owner, Sir George Beaumont, of Coleorton Hall, Leicestershire, to whom the Editor begs to offer his best acknowledgments,
ST. MARK'S COLLEGE, CHELSEA,
Feb. 1, 1851.
* This Edition, which will extend to three volumes, is now in the Press, and may be expected in a few weeks. Nov. 1, 1851.
The reception given to these volumes has confirmed the judgment, and more than fulfilled the expectations, of the Editor.
In the present edition, some additional memoranda, with several fresh documents of considerable interest, have been introduced into the Memoir. Some slight changes have also been made in the arrangement.
The Poems have already taken a high place in public estimation. They will now appear with the advantage of a greatly amended text.
ST. MARK'S COLLEGE, CHELSEA.
Dec. 1, 1851.