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Southey describes arrival of "literary remains" of Henry Kirke White at Greta Hall in his preface to The Remains of Kirke White, of Nottingham (2 vols, 1807): "Mr. Coleridge was present when I opened them, and was, as well as myself, equally affected and astonished at the proofs of industry which they displayed ... There were papers upon law, upon electricity, upon chemistry, upon the Latin and Greek languages ... upon history, chronology, divinity, the fathers, &c ... His poems were numerous."

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Quoted in entry 424 (ii) of Wu (1995).

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Reading experience
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Evidence

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Quoted in entry 424 (ii) of Wu (1995).

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Accessed on 2019/09/18 17:21:44

Related place
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Related place
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