The Poetical Works of William Cowper

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Ward, Lock, 1879 - 600 pages

Contents

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3
116
131
The Winter Morning Walk
180
The Winter Walk at Noon
198
Tirocinium or a Review of Schools
219
Verses written at Bath on Finding the Heel of a Shoe
238
This evening Delia you and I
248
Allworshipped gold thou mighty mystery
254
The Doves
312
A Fable
313
A Comparison
314
On the Promotion of Edward Thurlow Esq to the Lord 316 Ode to Peace
316
Human Frailty
317
On observing some names of little note recorded in
318
Ode x
324
The Poet the Oyster and Sensitive Plant
331

The Ninth Satire of the First Book of Horace Adapted
261
a Tale in Verse
267
OLNEY HYMNS continued
272
On the Death of a Minister
290
Seeking the Beloved
291
Light Shining out of Darkness
292
Afflictions Sanctified by the Word
293
Temptation
294
The Valley of the Shadow of Death
295
Mourning and Longing
296
Prayer for Patience
297
Submission
298
Retirement
299
Joy and Peace in Believing
300
True Pleasures O
301
Lively Hope and Gracious Fear
302
My Soul Thirsteth for God
303
The Heart Healed and Changed by Mercy
304
Hatred of Sin
305
True and False Comforts
306
Abuse of the Gospel
307
Dependence
308
Praise for Faith
309
Grace and Providence
310
Fragment of a Hymn
311
The Distressed Travellers or Labour in Vain An
340
To the Rev Mr Newton Rector of St Mary Woolnoth
346
To an Afflicted Protestant Lady in France
352
The Rose
358
Pairing Time Anticipated
360
Epitaph on Johnson
366
Sweet Meat has Sour Sauce or The SlaveTrader in
372
The CockFighters Garland
379
The Four Ages
385
Inspription for the Tomb of Mr Hamilton
392
Catharina Second Part
399
The Poplar Field
409
In Seditionem Horrendam corruptelis Gallicis ut Fertur
427
A Sacred Drama Translated from the Italian
435
TRANSLATIONS OF GREEK VERSES
526
TRANSLATIONS FROM VINCENT BOURNE
536
The Triumph of Heavenly Love desired
545
Divine Justice Amiable
551
SelfLove and Truth Incompatible
557
Watching unto God in the Night Season
564
The Joy of the Cross
570
TRANSLATIONS FROM VINCENT BOURNE
576
bridge
580
Translation from Virgil Æneid Book viii line 18
588
Ovid Tristia lib v Elegy xii
596

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