The Works of William Cowper His life, letters, and poems, now first completed by the introduction of Cowper's private correspondence
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The Works of William Cowper His life, letters, and poems, now first completed by the introduction of Cowper's private correspondence

By William Cowper
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Table of Contents
  • THE WORKS OF WILLIAM COWPER.
  • PREFATORY REMARKS.
  • DEDICATION.
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
  • THE LIFE OF COWPER. PART THE FIRST.
    • VERSES,
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[6]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[9]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO MAJOR COWPER.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[12]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[13]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO MRS. COWPER,[15]
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[17]
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[20]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[21]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[22]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[26]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[27]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[28]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[28]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[31]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[31]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[33]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[33]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[35]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[35]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[38]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[38]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.[40]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.[40]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[41]
    • THE PINE APPLE AND THE BEE.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[43]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO MRS. NEWTON.[46]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[47]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO MRS. NEWTON.[53]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[60]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[65]
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[66]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO MRS. NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[69]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[69]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[72]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.[75]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[77]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[80]
    • TO MRS. HILL.[80]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[81]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[82]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[83]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[85]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[86]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[89]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[93]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[94]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO MRS. NEWTON.[95]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[96]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[97]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[98]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[99]
    • TO MRS. NEWTON.[101]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[101]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.[103]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[104]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[106]
    • TO MRS. COWPER.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[107]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[108]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.[110]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[111]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[113]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[115]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[117]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[117]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[119]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.[121]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[121]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[124]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[127]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[135]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO LORD THURLOW.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[141]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[144]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
  • PART THE SECOND.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM BULL.[150]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • SONG WRITTEN IN THE SUMMER OF 1783, AT THE REQUEST OF LADY AUSTEN.
    • SONG.
    • SONG, ON THE LOSS OF THE ROYAL GEORGE.
    • IN SUBMERSIONEM NAVIGII, CUI GEORGIUS, REGALE NOMEN, INDITUM.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[154]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM BULL.[156]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[156]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[157]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO MRS. NEWTON.[160]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[161]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[163]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.[167]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[167]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[172]
    • THE REV. WILLIAM BULL.[175]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[175]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON,[179]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM BULL.[185]
      • ON PEACE.
    • ON PEACE.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • To THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[195]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[200]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[204]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[207]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[209]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[212]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[213]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[214]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[218]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO MRS. HILL.[221]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[222]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
      • IN BREVITATEM VITÆ SPATII, HOMINIBUS CONCESSI.
      • ON THE SHORTNESS OF HUMAN LIFE.
    • IN BREVITATEM VITÆ SPATII, HOMINIBUS CONCESSI.
    • ON THE SHORTNESS OF HUMAN LIFE.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM BULL.[227]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[232]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.[233]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.[238]
      • TO THE IMMORTAL MEMORY OF THE HALYBUTT ON WHICH I DINED THIS DAY, MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1784.
    • TO THE IMMORTAL MEMORY OF THE HALYBUTT ON WHICH I DINED THIS DAY, MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1784.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[239]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[242]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.[243]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[250]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[251]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[256]
      • EPITAPH ON DR. JOHNSON.
    • EPITAPH ON DR. JOHNSON.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • THE POPLAR FIELD.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[261]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[264]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[266]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[267]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[269]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[271]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[273]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[277]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[281]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[282]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[284]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[286]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[296]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[298]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[301]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[305]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[309]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.[312]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[314]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[315]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[319]
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[322]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[324]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[336]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[346]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[347]
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
      • TO MISS C——, ON HER BIRTH-DAY.
    • TO MISS C——, ON HER BIRTH-DAY.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[354]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[356]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[361]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[365]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[376]
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[378]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[392]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO MRS. KING, PERTEN HALL, NEAR KIMBOLTON, HUNTS.[396]
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[402]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[402]
    • TO MRS. KING.[404]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO GENERAL COWPER.
      • THE MORNING DREAM, A BALLAD.
    • THE MORNING DREAM, A BALLAD.
    • THE NEGRO'S COMPLAINT.
    • TO MRS. HILL.[414]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[416]
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO MRS. KING.[424]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[425]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM BULL.[435]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[439]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO MRS. KING.[444]
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[446]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • THE DOG AND THE WATER-LILY.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[451]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. KING.[456]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[459]
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. KING.[464]
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. KING.[467]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[468]
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO MRS KING.[470]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[472]
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO MRS KING.[475]
    • TO MRS. KING.[477]
    • TO MRS KING.[479]
    • TO MRS. KING.[482]
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. KING.[484]
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. THROCKMORTON.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. KING.[490]
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[493]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[497]
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[500]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. KING.[508]
    • TO MRS. KING.[509]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[513]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
      • TO MRS. THROCKMORTON,
      • AD LIBRUM SUUM.
    • TO MRS. THROCKMORTON,
    • AD LIBRUM SUUM.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO MRS. BODHAM.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. KING.[526]
    • TO MRS. THROCKMORTON.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[535]
    • TO MRS. THROCKMORTON.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. KING.[541]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
      • 1. INSCRIPTION.
      • 2. INSCRIPTION.
    • 1. INSCRIPTION.
    • 2. INSCRIPTION.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO MRS. BODHAM.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO MRS KING.[547]
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[550]
    • TO MRS. BODHAM.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[555]
    • TO MRS. KING.[556]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[558]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[560]
    • TO MRS. BODHAM.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. KING.[568]
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[570]
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. KING.[572]
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[577]
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. KING.[580]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[583]
    • TO MRS. THROCKMORTON.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO THE REV. MR. BUCHANAN.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • THE JUDGMENT OF THE POETS.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
  • PART THE THIRD.
    • TO THE REV. MR. HURDIS.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO DR. JAMES COGSWELL, NEW YORK.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[596]
    • TO MRS. BODHAM, SOUTH GREEN, MATTISHALL, NORFOLK.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[601]
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO MRS. KING.[605]
    • TO THE REV. MR. HURDIS.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO THE REV. MR. KING.[611]
    • TO MRS. KING.[612]
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[616]
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO THE REV. MR. HURDIS.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. KING.[622]
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO THOMAS PARK, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[625]
    • TO THE REV. MR. HURDIS.
    • TO THE REV. MR. HURDIS.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[629]
    • TO MRS KING.[631]
    • TO THOMAS PARK, ESQ.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO THE NIGHTINGALE, WHICH THE AUTHOR HEARD ON NEW-YEAR'S DAY, 1792.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[634]
    • TO THE REV. MR. HURDIS.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THOMAS PARK, ESQ.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. MR. HURDIS.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[639]
    • TO LADY THROCKMORTON.
      • SONNET. TO WILLIAM WILBERFORCE, ESQ.
    • SONNET. TO WILLIAM WILBERFORCE, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. J. JEKYLL RYE.[642]
    • TO THE PRINTERS OF THE NORTHAMPTON MERCURY.
    • TO THE LORD THURLOW.
    • TO WILLIAM COWPER, ESQ.
    • TO THE LORD THURLOW.
    • TO WILLIAM COWPER, ESQ.
    • TO THE LORD THURLOW.
    • TO THOMAS PARK, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH
    • TO WARREN HASTINGS, ESQ.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
      • "SONNET.
    • "SONNET.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO DR. AUSTEN,
    • TO MRS. BODHAM.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO DR. DARWIN,
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
      • C A T H A R I N A:
    • C A T H A R I N A:
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO THOMAS PARK, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM BULL.[659]
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[661]
    • TO THE REV. MR. GREATHEED.
    • TO MRS. COURTENAY.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. COURTENAY.
      • EPITAPH ON FOP;
    • EPITAPH ON FOP;
    • TO THE REV. MR. HURDIS.[663]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO MRS. CHARLOTTE SMITH.[666]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO MRS. COURTENAY,[668] WESTON-UNDERWOOD.[669]
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. KING.[673]
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[674]
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO GEORGE ROMNEY, ESQ.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.[676]
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[678]
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[679]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THOMAS PARK, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO THOMAS PARK, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.[688]
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. MR. HURDIS.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO WILLIAM COWPER, ESQ.
    • TO MR. THOMAS HAYLEY.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[695]
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[699]
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THOMAS PARK ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO A YOUNG FRIEND,[702]
    • TO THE REV. MR. HURDIS.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[703]
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO THOMAS PARK, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. CHARLOTTE SMITH.
    • TO THE REV. MR. GREATHEED.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN JOHNSON.[714]
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • COWPER'S REPLY.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. COURTENAY.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO LADY HESKETH.
    • TO THE REV. MR. JOHNSON.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. COURTENAY.
    • TO THE REV. MR. JOHNSON.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.[723]
    • TO THE REV. J. JEKYLL RYE.
    • TO MRS. COURTENAY.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WALTER BAGOT.
    • TO THE REV. MR. HURDIS.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO SAMUEL ROSE, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO HIS FATHER.
      • BOOK I.
      • BOOK II.
    • BOOK I.
    • BOOK II.
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.[739]
    • TO THE REV. MR. BUCHANAN.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • FROM THE REV. MR. GREATHEED—TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • TO MARY.
      • THE CAST-AWAY.
    • THE CAST-AWAY.
  • MEMOIR OF THE EARLY LIFE OF WILLIAM COWPER, ESQ.
  • ADELPHI.
  • A SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF THE LATE REV. JOHN COWPER, A.M.
    • "TO THE REV. DR. PARR.
      • ELEGY
    • ELEGY
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM UNWIN.
    • TO ROBERT SMITH, ESQ.[775]
    • TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM BULL.
      • THE CONTRAST.
    • THE CONTRAST.
  • ON THE GENIUS AND POETRY OF COWPER.
  • PREFACE TO THE POEMS.
  • TABLE TALK.
    • THE ARGUMENT.
  • THE PROGRESS OF ERROR.
    • THE ARGUMENT.
  • TRUTH.
    • THE ARGUMENT.
  • EXPOSTULATION.
    • THE ARGUMENT.
  • HOPE.
    • THE ARGUMENT.
  • CHARITY.
    • THE ARGUMENT.
  • CONVERSATION.
    • THE ARGUMENT.
  • RETIREMENT.
    • THE ARGUMENT.
  • THE TASK. BOOK I.
    • THE SOFA.
      • ADVERTISEMENT.
    • ADVERTISEMENT.
    • THE ARGUMENT.
  • BOOK II.
    • THE TIME-PIECE.
    • THE ARGUMENT.
  • BOOK III.
    • THE GARDEN. THE ARGUMENT.
  • BOOK IV.
    • THE WINTER EVENING. THE ARGUMENT.
  • BOOK V.
    • THE WINTER MORNING WALK. THE ARGUMENT.
  • BOOK VI.
    • THE WINTER WALK AT NOON. THE ARGUMENT.
  • AN EPISTLE TO JOSEPH HILL, ESQ.
  • TIROCINIUM; OR, A REVIEW OF SCHOOLS.
    • THE YEARLY DISTRESS, OR TITHING TIME AT STOCK IN ESSEX.
    • SONNET, ADDRESSED TO HENRY COWPER, ESQ.
    • LINES ADDRESSED TO DR. DARWIN,
    • ON MRS. MONTAGU'S FEATHER-HANGINGS.
    • VERSES,
    • ON OBSERVING SOME NAMES OF LITTLE NOTE
    • REPORT OF AN ADJUDGED CASE,
    • ON THE PROMOTION OF EDWARD THURLOW, ESQ.
    • ODE TO PEACE.
    • HUMAN FRAILTY.
    • THE MODERN PATRIOT.
    • ON THE BURNING OF LORD MANSFIELD'S LIBRARY,
    • ON THE SAME.
    • THE LOVE OF THE WORLD REPROVED;
    • ON THE DEATH OF MRS. (NOW LADY) THROCKMORTON'S BULLFINCH.
    • THE ROSE.
    • THE DOVES.
    • A FABLE.
      • MORAL.
    • MORAL.
    • ODE TO APOLLO.
    • A COMPARISON.
    • ANOTHER.
    • THE POET'S NEW YEAR'S GIFT.
    • PAIRING TIME ANTICIPATED.
      • MORAL.
    • MORAL.
    • THE DOG AND THE WATER LILY.
    • THE WINTER NOSEGAY.
    • THE POET, THE OYSTER, AND SENSITIVE PLANT.
    • THE SHRUBBERY.
    • MUTUAL FORBEARANCE
    • THE NEGRO'S COMPLAINT.
    • PITY FOR POOR AFRICANS.
    • THE MORNING DREAM.
    • THE DIVERTING HISTORY OF JOHN GILPIN;
    • THE NIGHTINGALE AND GLOWWORM.
    • AN EPISTLE TO AN AFFLICTED PROTESTANT LADY IN FRANCE.
    • TO THE REV. W. CAWTHORNE UNWIN.
    • TO THE REVEREND MR. NEWTON
    • CATHARINA.
    • THE MORALIZER CORRECTED.
    • THE FAITHFUL BIRD.
    • THE NEEDLESS ALARM.
      • A TALE.
      • MORAL.
    • A TALE.
    • MORAL.
    • BOADICEA.
    • HEROISM.
    • ON THE RECEIPT OF MY MOTHER'S PICTURE OUT OF NORFOLK,
    • FRIENDSHIP.
    • ON A MISCHIEVOUS BULL,
    • ANNUS MEMORABILIS, 1789.
    • HYMN,
    • STANZAS.
    • ON A SIMILAR OCCASION.
    • ON A SIMILAR OCCASION.
    • ON A SIMILAR OCCASION.
    • ON A SIMILAR OCCASION,
    • ON A SIMILAR OCCASION.
    • ON A GOLDFINCH,
    • THE PINE-APPLE AND THE BEE.
    • VERSES WRITTEN AT BATH, ON FINDING THE HEEL OF A SHOE.
    • AN ODE,
    • AN EPISTLE TO ROBERT LLOYD, ESQ.
    • A TALE, FOUNDED ON A FACT,
    • TO THE REV. MR. NEWTON, ON HIS RETURN FROM RAMSGATE.
    • LOVE ABUSED.
    • A POETICAL EPISTLE TO LADY AUSTEN.
    • THE COLUBRIAD.
    • SONG. ON PEACE.
    • SONG.
    • VERSES SELECTED FROM AN OCCASIONAL POEM ENTITLED "VALEDICTION."
    • EPITAPH ON DR. JOHNSON.
    • TO MISS C——, ON HER BIRTHDAY.
    • GRATITUDE.
    • LINES COMPOSED FOR A MEMORIAL OF ASHLEY COWPER, ESQ.
    • ON THE QUEEN'S VISIT TO LONDON.
    • THE COCK-FIGHTER'S GARLAND.[830]
    • TO WARREN HASTINGS, ESQ.
    • TO MRS. THROCKMORTON,
    • TO THE IMMORTAL MEMORY OF THE HALIBUT,
    • INSCRIPTION FOR A STONE
    • ANOTHER,
    • TO MRS. KING,
    • IN MEMORY OF THE LATE JOHN THORNTON, ESQ.
    • THE FOUR AGES.
    • THE RETIRED CAT.[831]
      • MORAL.
    • MORAL.
    • THE JUDGMENT OF THE POETS.
    • YARDLEY OAK.[832]
    • TO THE NIGHTINGALE,
    • LINES WRITTEN IN AN ALBUM
    • SONNET
    • EPIGRAM
    • TO DR. AUSTIN,
    • CATHARINA:
    • EPITAPH ON FOP,
    • SONNET TO GEORGE ROMNEY, ESQ.
    • MARY AND JOHN.
    • EPITAPH ON MR. CHESTER,
    • TO MY COUSIN, ANNE BODHAM,
    • INSCRIPTION FOR A HERMITAGE IN THE AUTHOR'S GARDEN.
    • TO MRS. UNWIN.
    • TO JOHN JOHNSON, ESQ.
    • TO A YOUNG FRIEND,
    • ON A SPANIEL, CALLED BEAU, KILLING A YOUNG BIRD.
    • BEAU'S REPLY.
    • TO WILLIAM HAYLEY, ESQ.
    • ANSWER
    • ON FLAXMAN'S PENELOPE.
    • TO THE SPANISH ADMIRAL COUNT GRAVINA,
    • INSCRIPTION
    • EPITAPH ON A HARE.
    • EPITAPHIUM ALTERUM.
    • MEMORANDUM FOUND AMONG MR. COWPER'S PAPERS.
    • A TALE[836]
    • TO MARY.
    • THE CASTAWAY.
    • TO SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS.
    • ON THE AUTHOR OF LETTERS ON LITERATURE.[837]
    • THE DISTRESSED TRAVELLERS;
    • DIALOGUE.
    • STANZAS
    • TO THE REV. WILLIAM BULL.
    • EPITAPH ON MRS. M. HIGGINS,
    • SONNET TO A YOUNG LADY ON HER BIRTH-DAY.
    • ON A MISTAKE IN HIS TRANSLATION OF HOMER.
    • ON THE BENEFIT RECEIVED BY HIS MAJESTY, FROM SEA-BATHING IN THE YEAR 1789.
    • ADDRESSED TO MISS —— ON READING THE PRAYER FOR INDIFFERENCE.[845]
    • FROM A LETTER TO THE REV. MR. NEWTON,
    • THE FLATTING MILL.
    • EPITAPH ON A FREE BUT TAME REDBREAST,
    • SONNET,
    • AN EPITAPH.
    • ON RECEIVING HAYLEY'S PICTURE.
    • ON A PLANT OF VIRGIN'S BOWER.
    • ON RECEIVING HEYNE'S VIRGIL
    • STANZAS,
    • COWPER'S REPLY.
    • LINES ADDRESSED TO MISS THEODORA JANE COWPER.
    • TO THE SAME.
    • LINES ON A SLEEPING INFANT.
    • LINES.
    • INSCRIPTION FOR A MOSS-HOUSE IN THE SHRUBBERY AT WESTON.
    • LINES ON THE DEATH OF SIR WILLIAM RUSSEL.
    • ON THE HIGH PRICE OF FISH.
    • TO MRS. NEWTON.
    • VERSES PRINTED BY HIMSELF ON A FLOOD AT OLNEY.
    • EXTRACT FROM A SUNDAY-SCHOOL HYMN.
    • ON THE RECEIPT OF A HAMPER.
    • ON THE NEGLECT OF HOMER.
  • SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF THE REV. JOHN NEWTON.
    • A THOUGHT ON THE SEA SHORE.
  • PRELIMINARY REMARKS ON THE OLNEY HYMNS.
  • THE OLNEY HYMNS.
    • I. WALKING WITH GOD.—Gen. v. 24.
    • II. JEHOVAH-JIREH. THE LORD WILL PROVIDE.—Gen. xxii. 14.
    • III. JEHOVAH-ROPHI. I AM THE LORD THAT HEALETH THEE.—Exod. xv. 26.
    • IV. JEHOVAH-NISSI. THE LORD MY BANNER.—Exod. xvii. 15.
    • V. JEHOVAH-SHALOM. THE LORD SEND PEACE.—Judges vi. 24.
    • VI. WISDOM.—Prov. viii. 22-31.
    • VII. VANITY OF THE WORLD.
    • VIII. O LORD, I WILL PRAISE THEE.—Isaiah xii. 1.
    • IX. THE CONTRITE HEART.—Isaiah lvii. 15.
    • X. THE FUTURE PEACE AND GLORY OF THE CHURCH.—Isaiah ix. 15-20.
    • XI. JEHOVAH OUR RIGHTEOUSNESS.—Jer. xxiii. 6.
    • XII. EPHRAIM REPENTING.—Jer. xxxi. 18-20.
    • XIII. THE COVENANT.—Ezek. xxxvi. 25-28.
    • XIV. JEHOVAH-SHAMMAH.—Ezek. xlviii. 35.
    • XV. PRAISE FOR THE FOUNTAIN OPENED.—Zec. xiii. 1.
    • XVI. THE SOWER.—Matt. xiii. 3.
    • XVII. THE HOUSE OF PRAYER.—Mark xi. 17.
    • XVIII. LOVEST THOU ME?—John xxi. 16.
    • XIX. CONTENTMENT.—Phil. iv. 11.
    • XX. OLD TESTAMENT GOSPEL.—Heb. iv. 2.
    • XXI. SARDIS.—Rev. iii. 1-6.
    • XXII. PRAYER FOR A BLESSING ON THE YOUNG.
    • XXIII. PLEADING FOR AND WITH YOUTH.
    • XXIV. PRAYER FOR CHILDREN.
    • XXV. JEHOVAH JESUS.
    • XXVI. ON OPENING A PLACE FOR SOCIAL PRAYER.
    • XXVII. WELCOME TO THE TABLE.
    • XXVIII. JESUS HASTING TO SUFFER.
    • XXIX. EXHORTATION TO PRAYER.
    • XXX. THE LIGHT AND GLORY OF THE WORD.
    • XXXI. ON THE DEATH OF A MINISTER.
    • XXXII. THE SHINING LIGHT.
    • XXXIII. SEEKING THE BELOVED.
    • XXXIV. THE WAITING SOUL.
    • XXXV. WELCOME CROSS.
    • XXXVI. AFFLICTIONS SANCTIFIED BY THE WORD.
    • XXXVII. TEMPTATION.
    • XXXVIII. LOOKING UPWARDS IN A STORM.
    • XXXIX. THE VALLEY OF THE SHADOW OF DEATH.
    • XL. PEACE AFTER A STORM.
    • XLI. MOURNING AND LONGING.
    • XLII. SELF-ACQUAINTANCE.
    • XLIII. PRAYER FOR PATIENCE.
    • XLIV. SUBMISSION.
    • XLV. THE HAPPY CHANGE.
    • XLVI. RETIREMENT.
    • XLVII. THE HIDDEN LIFE.
    • XLVIII. JOY AND PEACE IN BELIEVING.
    • XLIX. TRUE PLEASURES.
    • L. THE CHRISTIAN.
    • LI. LIVELY HOPE AND GRACIOUS FEAR.
    • LII. FOR THE POOR.
    • LIII. MY SOUL THIRSTETH FOR GOD.
    • LIV. LOVE CONSTRAINING TO OBEDIENCE.
    • LV. THE HEART HEALED AND CHANGED BY MERCY.
    • LVI. HATRED OF SIN.
    • LVII. THE NEW CONVERT.
    • LVIII. TRUE AND FALSE COMFORTS.
    • LIX. A LIVING AND A DEAD FAITH.
    • LX. ABUSE OF THE GOSPEL.
    • LXI. THE NARROW WAY.
    • LXII. DEPENDENCE.
    • LXIII. NOT OF WORKS.
    • LXIV. PRAISE FOR FAITH.
    • LXV. GRACE AND PROVIDENCE.
    • LXVI. I WILL PRAISE THE LORD AT ALL TIMES.
    • LXVII. LONGING TO BE WITH CHRIST.
    • LXVIII. LIGHT SHINING OUT OF DARKNESS.
  • BRIEF ACCOUNT OF MADAME GUION, AND OF THE MYSTIC WRITERS.
  • TRANSLATIONS FROM THE FRENCH OF MADAME DE LA MOTHE GUION.
    • THE NATIVITY.
    • GOD NEITHER KNOWN NOR LOVED BY THE WORLD.
    • THE SWALLOW.
    • THE TRIUMPH OF HEAVENLY LOVE DESIRED.
    • A FIGURATIVE DESCRIPTION OF THE PROCEDURE OF DIVINE LOVE
    • A CHILD OF GOD LONGING TO SEE HIM BELOVED.
    • ASPIRATIONS OF THE SOUL AFTER GOD.
    • GRATITUDE AND LOVE TO GOD.
    • HAPPY SOLITUDE—UNHAPPY MEN.
    • LIVING WATER.
    • TRUTH AND DIVINE LOVE REJECTED BY THE WORLD.
    • DIVINE JUSTICE AMIABLE.
    • THE SOUL THAT LOVES GOD FINDS HIM EVERY WHERE.
    • THE TESTIMONY OF DIVINE ADOPTION.
    • DIVINE LOVE ENDURES NO RIVAL.
    • SELF-DIFFIDENCE.
    • THE ACQUIESCENCE OF PURE LOVE.
    • REPOSE IN GOD.
    • GLORY TO GOD ALONE.
    • SELF-LOVE AND TRUTH INCOMPATIBLE.
    • THE LOVE OF GOD, THE END OF LIFE.
    • LOVE FAITHFUL IN THE ABSENCE OF THE BELOVED.
    • LOVE PURE AND FERVENT.
    • THE ENTIRE SURRENDER.
    • THE PERFECT SACRIFICE.
    • GOD HIDES HIS PEOPLE.
    • THE SECRETS OF DIVINE LOVE ARE TO BE KEPT.
    • THE VICISSITUDES EXPERIENCED IN THE CHRISTIAN LIFE.
    • WATCHING UNTO GOD IN THE NIGHT SEASON.
    • ON THE SAME.
    • ON THE SAME.
    • THE JOY OF THE CROSS.
    • JOY IN MARTYRDOM.
    • SIMPLE TRUST.
    • THE NECESSITY OF SELF-ABASEMENT.
    • LOVE INCREASED BY SUFFERING.
    • SCENES FAVOURABLE TO MEDITATION.
  • TRANSLATIONS OF THE LATIN AND ITALIAN POEMS OF MILTON.
    • ELEGY I. TO CHARLES DEODATI.
    • ELEGY II. ON THE DEATH OF THE UNIVERSITY BEADLE AT CAMBRIDGE.
    • ELEGY III. ON THE DEATH OF THE BISHOP OF WINCHESTER.
    • ELEGY IV. TO HIS TUTOR, THOMAS YOUNG, CHAPLAIN TO THE ENGLISH FACTORY AT HAMBURGH.
    • ELEGY V. ON THE APPROACH OF SPRING.
    • ELEGY VI. TO CHARLES DEODATI,
    • ELEGY VII.
    • EPIGRAMS. ON THE INVENTOR OF GUNS.
    • TO LEONORA SINGING AT ROME.[921]
    • TO THE SAME.
    • THE COTTAGER AND HIS LANDLORD.
    • TO CHRISTINA, QUEEN OF SWEDEN, WITH CROMWELL'S PICTURE.
    • ON THE DEATH OF THE VICE-CHANCELLOR, A PHYSICIAN.
    • ON THE DEATH OF THE BISHOP OF ELY.
    • NATURE UNIMPAIRED BY TIME.
    • ON THE PLATONIC IDEA AS IT WAS UNDERSTOOD BY ARISTOTLE.
    • TO HIS FATHER.
    • TO SALSILLUS, A ROMAN POET, MUCH INDISPOSED.
    • TO GIOVANNI BATTISTA MANSO, MARQUIS OF VILLA.
    • ON THE DEATH OF DAMON. THE ARGUMENT.
    • AN ODE, ADDRESSED TO MR. JOHN ROUSE,
    • ANTISTROPHE.
      • STROPHE II.
      • ANTISTROPHE.
      • STROPHE III.
      • ANTISTROPHE.
      • EPODE.
    • STROPHE II.
    • ANTISTROPHE.
    • STROPHE III.
    • ANTISTROPHE.
    • EPODE.
    • TRANSLATIONS OF THE ITALIAN POEMS.
    • SONNET.
    • SONNET.
    • CANZONE.
    • SONNET, TO CHARLES DEODATI.
    • SONNET.
    • SONNET.
    • SIMILE IN PARADISE LOST.
    • TRANSLATION OF DRYDEN'S EPIGRAM ON MILTON.
  • TRANSLATIONS FROM VINCENT BOURNE.
    • I. THE GLOWWORM.
    • II. THE JACKDAW.
    • III. THE CRICKET
    • IV. THE PARROT.
    • THE THRACIAN.
    • RECIPROCAL KINDNESS THE PRIMARY LAW OF NATURE.
    • A MANUAL,
    • AN ENIGMA.
    • SPARROWS SELF-DOMESTICATED IN TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE.
    • FAMILIARITY DANGEROUS.
    • INVITATION TO THE REDBREAST.
    • STRADA'S NIGHTINGALE.
    • ODE ON THE DEATH OF A LADY,
    • THE CAUSE WON.
    • THE SILKWORM.
    • THE INNOCENT THIEF.
    • DENNER'S OLD WOMAN.
    • THE TEARS OF A PAINTER.
    • THE MAZE.
    • NO SORROW PECULIAR TO THE SUFFERER.
    • THE SNAIL.
    • THE CANTAB.
  • TRANSLATIONS OF GREEK VERSES.
    • FROM THE GREEK OF JULIANUS.
    • ON THE SAME BY PALLADAS.
    • AN EPITAPH.
    • ANOTHER.
    • ANOTHER.
    • ANOTHER.
    • ON MILTIADES.
    • ON AN INFANT.
    • ON THE REED.
    • TO HEALTH.
    • ON INVALIDS.
    • ON THE ASTROLOGERS.
    • ON AN OLD WOMAN.
    • ON FLATTERERS.
    • ON A TRUE FRIEND.
    • ON THE SWALLOW.
    • ON LATE ACQUIRED WEALTH.
    • ON A BATH, BY PLATO.
    • ON A FOWLER, BY ISIDORUS.
    • ON NIOBE.
    • ON A GOOD MAN.
    • ON A MISER.
    • ANOTHER.
    • ANOTHER.
    • ON FEMALE INCONSTANCY.
    • ON THE GRASSHOPPER.
    • ON HERMOCRATIA.
    • FROM MENANDER.
    • ON PALLAS BATHING, FROM A HYMN OF CALLIMACHUS.
    • TO DEMOSTHENES.
    • ON A SIMILAR CHARACTER.
    • ON AN UGLY FELLOW.
    • ON A BATTERED BEAUTY.
    • ON A THIEF.
    • ON PEDIGREE.
    • ON ENVY.
  • TRANSLATIONS FROM THE FABLES OF GAY.
    • LEPUS MULTIS AMICUS.
    • AVARUS ET PLUTUS.
    • PAPILIO ET LIMAX.
  • EPIGRAMS TRANSLATED FROM THE LATIN OF OWEN.
    • ON ONE IGNORANT AND ARROGANT.
    • PRUDENT SIMPLICITY.
    • TO A FRIEND IN DISTRESS.
    • RETALIATION.
    • SUNSET AND SUNRISE.
  • TRANSLATIONS FROM VIRGIL, OVID, HORACE, AND HOMER.
    • THE SALAD, BY VIRGIL.
  • TRANSLATION FROM VIRGIL.
    • ÆNEID, BOOK VIII. LINE 18.
    • OVID, TRIST. BOOK V. ELEG. XII.
    • HORACE, BOOK I. ODE IX.
    • HORACE, BOOK I. ODE XXXVIII.
    • HORACE, BOOK I. ODE XXXVIII.
    • HORACE, BOOK II. ODE X.
    • A REFLECTION ON THE FOREGOING ODE.
    • HORACE, BOOK II. ODE XVI.
    • THE FIFTH SATIRE OF THE FIRST BOOK OF HORACE.
    • THE NINTH SATIRE OF THE FIRST BOOK OF HORACE.
    • TRANSLATION OF AN EPIGRAM FROM HOMER.[922]
  • COWPER'S LATIN POEMS.
    • MONTES GLACIALES, IN OCEANO GERMANICO NATANTES.
    • ON THE ICE ISLANDS SEEN FLOATING IN THE GERMAN OCEAN.
    • MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTION TO WILLIAM NORTHCOT.
    • TRANSLATION.
    • IN SEDITIONEM HORRENDAM,
    • TRANSLATION.
    • MOTTO ON A CLOCK.
    • A SIMILE LATINIZED.
    • ON THE LOSS OF THE ROYAL GEORGE.
    • IN SUBMERSIONEM NAVIGII, CUI GEORGIUS REGALE NOMEN INDITUM.
    • IN BREVITATEM VITÆ SPATII HOMINIBUS CONCESSI.
    • ON THE SHORTNESS OF HUMAN LIFE.
    • THE LILY AND THE ROSE.
    • IDEM LATINE REDDITUM.
    • THE POPLAR FIELD.
    • IDEM LATINE REDDITUM.
    • VOTUM.
    • TRANSLATION OF PRIOR'S CHLOE AND EUPHELIA.
    • VERSES TO THE MEMORY OF DR. LLOYD.
  • THREE PAPERS, BY COWPER,
    • No. CXIX.
    • No. CXXXIV.
    • MR. VILLAGE TO MR. TOWN.
    • No. CXXXVIII.
    • FOOTNOTES:
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