JOHN T. COLERIDGE. ALS: “John T. Coleridge”, 1p, 4½x7. Middle Temple, 1817 October 22. In part: “The Round Table has already met its due castigations and I found that nothing was to be made, at least I could make nothing worth sending you on Harold the Dauntless.” Published in 1817, Harold the Dauntless was the last long poem by Sir Walter Scott. Sir John T. Coleridge (1890-1876), nephew of poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, was editor of Blackstone’s Commentaries (1825) and served as Justice of the King’s Bench (1835-1868). Show through of mounting remnants on verso touch some text. Folds, not at signature. Creased lower edge. – Please contact us if you have any questions or require additional information. HFSID 23999
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