434. To Mrs. S. T. Coleridge MS. Victoria University Lib. Hitherto unpublished. This fragment from the top of pages I and 2 of the manuscript is all that survives. [ February 1802] 1 My dear Sara You did very wrong in not writing to me -- and I did very wrong in writing to you so angrily. Anger on the strongest provocations is rather excusable, than justifiable; . . . . . . beloved Children -- my Hartley -- that apparition of Love / & that Derwent, that creature, that Baby, the idea of whom lives almost as much in my Lips as in my Eyes; so intensely do I long to kiss him. -- Sara's 2. . .