The Poetical Works of William Cowper ...

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Little, Brown, 1854
 

Contents

The Swallow
74
The Triumph of Heavenly Love desired
75
A figurative Description of the Procedure of Divine Love
76
A Child of God longing to see him beloved
79
Aspirations of the Soul after God
81
Gratitude and Love to God
82
Happy Solitude
83
Divine Love endures no rival
90
TRANSLATIONS OF THE LATIN AND ITALIAN POEMS
128
To his Tutor Thomas Young
135
To Charles Deodati
145
Epigrams
152
The Cottager and his Landlord A fable
153
Nature unimpaired by Time
159
To Salsillus a Roman Poet much indisposed
169
On the Death of Damon
175
An Ode addressed to Mr John Rouse Librarian of
186
Sonnet To Charles Deodati
192
An EnigmaA needle small as small can
199
The Cause
206
No sorrow peculiar to the Sufferer
212
Verses written at Bath on finding the Heel of a Shoe
215
The Fifth Satire of the First Book of Horace
222
The Ninth Satire of the First Book of Horace
229
A poetical Epistle to Lady Austen
235
On Friendship
244
On the Loss of the Royal George
251
In Brevitatem Vitæ Spatii Hominibus concessi
257
On the Queens Visit to London
263
To Warren Hastings
269
Another
275
The retired
282
Yardley
288
To the Nightingale
294
on her Marriage to George Courtenay Esq
297
A Tale
303
Answer to Stanzas addressed to Lady Hesketh by Miss
309
The Salad by Virgil
319
On the Author of Letters on Literature
326
Epitaph on Mrs M Higgins of Weston
332
Another
336
On a Miser
342
On Pedigree
348
Lepus multis Amicus
351
Ovid Trist Lib V Eleg XII
370
On the Benefit received by His Majesty from Sea Bathing
376
Epitaph on a free but tame Redbreast
382

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