Southey, Robert. Joan of Arc. Bulgin and Rosser for Joseph Cottle, et al., Bristol (1796). An Epic Poem; Contribution by Samuel Taylor Coleridge consists of line 1 to line 452 in Book 2 both omitted in later editions
Southey, Robert. Letters. Bulgin and Rosser for Joseph Cottle, et al., Bristol (1797). Written During A Short Residence in Spain And Portugal, With Some Account of Spanish And Portugueze Poetry'
Southey, Robert. Poems. Biggs and Cottle for T.N. Longman, Bristol and G. Rees, London (1797). 2 volumes; 1st and 2nd edition in same year; 2nd volume printed in 1799
Southey, Robert. Poems. Manning and Loring, for Joseph Nancrede, Boston (1799). First American Edition
Southey, Robert. Poems. Biggs and Cottle for T.N. Longman, Bristol and G. Rees, London (1799). 2nd volume, 1st printed in 1797; Contains the poems:To Mary Wollstonecraft; The Triumph of Woman; Poems on the Slave-Trade; To the Genius of Africa; and Botany Bay Eclogues.
Lobeira, Vasco. Amadis of Gaul. T. N. Longman and Rees, London (1803). Translated from Spanish by Robert Southey; 4 vol
Southey, Robert. Madoc. Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, EdinburghandLondon (1805). Part 1: Madoc in Wales, Part 2: Madoc in Aztlan; illustrated half-title pages
Southey, Robert. The Chronicle of The Cid. Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, London (1808). Translated from the Spanish by Robert Southey; 'Rodrigo Diaz de Bivar, the Campeador'
Southey, Robert. Omniana. London: Printed by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, 1812 (1812). 201 articles by Robert Southey and 45 by Samuel Taylor Coleridge; “or Horae Otiosiores”; 1st edition with page numerals 53 upside down; 2 volumes
Southey, Robert. The Poets Pilgrimage to Waterloo. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme and Brown, London (1816). 8 engraved plates by G. Cooke after E.Nash and C.Bell
Southey, Robert. Vie d'Horace Nelson. Chez F. Scherff, Paris (1820). The Life of Horace Nelson, Commander of the British fleet, Baron of the Nile, Knight of the Order of the Bath'; Translated into french from the 3rd English edition
Southey, Robert. History of The Peninsular War. John Murray, London (1823). 3 volumes, published in 1823, 1827, 1832 respectively
Southey, Robert. A Tale of Paraguay. Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, and Green, London (1825). Engraved plates by Westall after Heath
Southey, Robert. The Life of Nelson. John Murray, London (1825). 2 volumes, later edition
Southey, Robert. Vindiciae Ecclesiae Anglicanae.. John Murray, London (1826). “Letters To Charles Butler, Esq. Comprising Essays On The Romish Religion And Vindicating The Book of the Church.”
Southey, Robert. Sir Thomas More. John Murry, London (1829). “or Colloquies on the Progress and Prospects of Society”; 2 volumes; Illustrated with 7 engravings
Southey, Robert. The Devil's Walk. London: Marsh and Miller, 1830 (1830). “ A Poem. By Professor Porson”; 201 contributions by Southey, 45 by Samuel Taylor Coleridge; Edited with a biographical memoir and notes by H.W. Montagu; first edition with pp 21-22 not included in pagination
Southey, Robert. The Doctor andc.. Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman. London (1834). Total of 7 volumes, 2 published in posthumously (1834-1847); includes 'The Three Bears'
Southey, Robert. The Life and Works of William Cowper. Baldwin and Cradock London (1835). Edited by Southey; 'Comprising His Poems, Correspondence, and Translations. With a Life of the Author.'; 15 volumes : v. 1-3 Life and works of Cowper, by R. Southey --v.3-7. Letters -- v 8. Miscellaneous, poems. Olney hymms. Anit-Thelyphthora. Table talk and other poems. Translations from Vincet Bourne -- v. 9 Translations from Madame de La Mothe-Guion. The task. Tirocinium. John Gilpin and other poems -- v. 10 Posthumous poems. Translations from Vicent Bourne. Translations of the Latin and Italian poems of Milton. Epigrams tr. from the Latin of Owen. Translations of Greek verses. Translations from the Fables of Gay. Adam: a scared drama, tr. from the Italian of Andreini -- v. 11-12. Translation of Home's Iliad -- v. 13-14 Translation of Homer's Odyssey -- v. 15. Letters. Papers in the Connoisseur. Fragments of a commentary on Paradise lost.
Southey, Robert. The Works of William Cowper Esq Comprising His Poems, Correspondence, and Translations. 15 volume set. Baldwin and Cradock, London (1836). Edited by Southey; 'Comprising His Poems, Correspondence, and Translations. With a Life of the Author.'; 15 volumes
Southey, Robert. Oliver Newman. Longman Brown etc., London (1845). “a New-England tale (unfinished): with other poetical remains.”
Southey, Robert. Chronicle of the Cid. Daniel Bixby, Lowell, MA (1846). First American edition; translated from Chronica del Famoso Cavellero Cid Ruyiez Campeador, Burgos 1593, the Poema del Cid, and the Romances del Cid
Southey, Robert. The Doctor, andc.. Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, London (1849). Edited by John Wood Warter; Complete in 1 volume
Southey, Robert. Southey's Common-Place Book. Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, London (1850). Edited by John Wood Warter'; “Choice Passages. Collections for English Manners and Literature”; 4 volumes: First Series, Choice Passages; Second Series, Special Collections; Third Series, Analytical Readings; Fourth Series, Original Memoranda, Etc
Southey, Robert. The Poetical Works. Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans. London (1853). 10 volumes, later edition
Southey, Robert. The Works of William Cowper. H.G. Bohn, London (1853). “Comprising His Poems, Correspondence, and Translations”; 8 volumes; Illustrated with 50 engravings
Lobeira, Vasco. Amadis of Gaul. John Russell Smith, London (1872). Translated by Southey from the Spanish version of Garciordonez de Montalvo; New edition, 3 volumes