Edward Hogg letters received, 1807-1830.

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Hogg, Edward. Edward Hogg letters received, 1807-1830.

Edward Hogg letters received, 1807-1830.

Mainly relating to his publication of the Poems and Letters of William Isaac Roberts in 1811. Include letters from Mary Cockle, S. T. Coleridge, Robert Hartley Cromek, Isaac D'Israeli, Francis Douce, Charles Fox, John Gwilliam and Robert Southey.

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