London: Pickering, Inscribed by the editor, Henry Nelson Coleridge (Samuel's nephew and son-in-law) on the half-title of Volume 4. The inscription reads, 'John Kenyon Esq., with H.N.C.'s kind regards, 28. May. 1839.' There is correspondence between Sara Coleridge (Samuel's daughter and Henry's wife) and John Kenyon, a poet and philanthropist, who was a mutual friend of the Coleridges and Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Complete set in 4 volumes. Published 1836-9, First Editions. Hardcover in full calf bindings, marbled endpapers and text-block. 395, 416, 422 and 438. Volumes 1-3 lacking half-titles; corrigenda tipped-in to Volume 2. Worn bindings: spine leather dry with significant loss. Inner hinges have been strengthened with binder's tape and the volumes are still securely bound; bold, unmarked text. 4 volumes. Good / No Jacket.