Coleridge, Hartley (M)

Surname: Coleridge
Forename(s): David Hartley
b. 19 September 1796. d. 6 January 1849. Nationality: English. VIAF.
Poet, biographer, and essayist. Pseudonym: H. C. Son of Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Educated at Merton College, Oxford. Became a junior fellow at Oriel College in 1819. Contributed essays to London Magazine from 1820-1822 as well as Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine, Winter’s Wreath, The Gem, Literary Souvenir, Christian Mother’s Magazine, Academic Correspondent, Penny Magazine, and Englishwomen’s Magazine. Published his first volume of poetry and wrote short biographies for Lives of Distinguished Northerns in 1833. Became assistant master at Sedbergh School in Yorkshire from 1837-1839. Wrote introductions for new editions of Massinger and Ford plays. Biographical information: ODNB. (AC, CC)

Poems associated with this person

Total poems: 6
Poem title Date Periodical Roles id #
Leonard Mayburne and Susan Hendrie 1827-09 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 10851
The Tea-Table 1830-04 Blackwood’s Edinburgh Magazine Poet 10058
The Butterfly on Mont Blanc 1839-02-02 The Penny Magazine Poet 3153
“Youth, thou art fled,—but where are all the charms” 1865-11 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 14786
“Once I was young, and fancy was my all” 1865-11 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 14785
“Whither is gone the wisdom and the power” 1865-11 Macmillan’s Magazine Poet 14789