The Poetical Works of Coleridge, Shelley, and Keats: Complete in One Volume (Classic Reprint)
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On leaving the University, Coleridge was full of enthusiasm in the cause of freedom, and occupied with the idea of the regeneration of mankind, He found ardent coadjutors in the same enthusiastic undertaking in Robert Lovell and Robert Southey, the present courtly laureate. This youthful triumvirate proposed schemes for regenerating the world, even before their educations were completed; and dreamed of bap py lives in aboriginal forests, republics ou-the Mississippi, and a newly-dreamed philanthropy. In order to carry their ideas into effect they be gan Operations at Bristol, and were received with considerable applause by several inhabitants-of that commercial city, which, however remark able for traffic, has been frequently styled the Bmotia ofthe west ofengland. Here, in 1 795, Cole ridge published two pamphlets, one called C011 sciones ad Populum, or addresses to the people; the other, a A protest against certain bills (then pending) for suppressing seditious meetings.
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The Poetical Works of Coleridge, Shelley, and Keats: Complete in One Volume
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
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