Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Min year: 1794, Max year: 1798, Max count: 5
- 1794: The fall of Robespierre
- 1794: Proposals for publishing by subscription, imitations from the Modern Latin poets
- 1795: The plot discovered; or an address to the people, against ministerial treason
- 1795: A moral and political lecture, delivered at Bristol
- 1795: Conciones ad populum
- 1795: An answer to "A letter to Edward Long Fox, M.D."
- 1795: S. T. Coleridge, proposes to give in six lectures a comparative view of the English rebellion under Charles the First, and the French revolution
- 1796: On Tuesday, the 1st day of March, will be published, No.I. of The watchman, a miscellany, (to be continued every eighth day) pricc [sic] four-pence, by S.T. Coleridge ... Published by J. Parsons, London; Belcher, Birmingham; Pritchard, Derby; Sutton, Nottingham;
- 1796: Ode on the departing year
- 1796: Poems on various subjects, by S.T. Coleridge, Late of Jesus College, Cambridge
- 1796: On Friday, the 5th day of February, 1796, will be published, No.I. (price four pence) of a miscellany, to be published every eighth day, under the name of The watchman. By S.T. Coleridge, Author Of Addresses To The People, A Plot Discovered, &c. &c. The Publishers in the different Towns and Cities will be specified in future Advertisements
- 1797: Poems
- 1798: Fears in solitude, written in 1798, during the alarm of an invasion. To which are added, France, an ode; and Frost at midnight. By S.T. Coleridge.
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