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