Coleridge's American disciples: the selected correspondence by John Duffy

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Preface ix Editorial Principles and Abbreviations xi Chronology xiii Introduction 1 A Young Romantic: 18191826 1819 Fragment 35 February 1821 Fragment 36 March 30, 1822 to George Ticknor 36 April 5, 1822 to George Ticknor 38 April 16, 1822 from George Ticknor 41 April 27, 1822 to Leonard Marsh 41 May 6,1825 to George Ticknor 45 February 3, 1826 to George Ticknor 48 April 28, 1826 from Charles Hodge 51 July 22, 1826 from Charles Hodge 52 Educational Reformer: 18261829 December 24, 1826 from Ebenezer C.

33 In the litigious atmosphere of Hanover, Marsh and his friends became their own teachers. They purchased books for the library of their club and met regularly to read and discuss papers written by individual members. The full membership included at various times James and George Perkins, Marsh, Torrey, Wheeler, Tracy, Choate, and perhaps Jonathan Cushing (17931835), Class of 1817, president of Hampden-Sydney College during Marsh's three years there and head of the household of bachelors where Marsh stayed in his first winter term in Virginia as a tutor in 1823.

For their permission to publish Marsh's correspondence I am grateful to the following: Mrs. Laura Jensen and W. Knowlton Hall, Mrs. Virginia Shropshire, the University of Vermont, Dartmouth College, Yale University, the Massachusetts and Pennsylvania Historical Societies, the University of Texas, A. Coleridge, and Ronald Wells. I am also grateful to Kenneth W. Cameron for permission to reproduce two letters from George Ripley to James Marsh which I first published in The Emerson Society Quarterly (Winter, 1968), and to the Vermont Historical Society for permission to use portions of my article James Marsh's Search for Unity," Vermont History (Winter, 1970).

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