The Poetical Works of William Cowper, Tom 3

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George Bell & Sons, 1857

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VOL AIT HYMNS 1 WALKIN with Gádo Page
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JehovahNiszi The Lord wy Banner v Jehovah Shapin The Lord send Peace
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Wisdom
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vir Vanity of the World
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O Lord I will praise thee
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2x The contrite Heart
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The future Peace and Glory of the Church
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Jehovah our Righteousness
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The Testimony of Divine Adoption
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Ephraim repenting a
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The Covenant
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JehovahShammah The Lord is there
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Praise for the Fountain opened
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The Sower
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The House of Prayer
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Lovest thou me?
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Contentinent
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Old Testament Gospel
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Sardis
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xxn Prayer for a Blessing
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Pleading for and with Youth
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Prayer for Children
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xxy Jehovah Jesus
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On opening a Place for social Prayer
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Welcome to the Table
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Jesus hasting to Suffer
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Exhortation to Prayer
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The Light and Glory of the Word
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On the Death of a Minister
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The shining Light
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The waiting Soul
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Seeking the Beloved
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Light shining out of Darkness
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Welcome Cross
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Afictions sanctified by the word
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Temptation
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Looking upwards in a Storm
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The Valley of the Shadow of Death
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XLK Peace after a Storm
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SelfAcquaintance
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Prayer for Patience
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Submission
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xlvr The happy Change
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The hidden Life XLIX Joy and Pesca in Believing L True Pleasutes
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The Christian
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Lively Hope and gracious Fear
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For the Poor
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My Soul thirsteth for
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Love constraining to obedience
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The Heart healed and changed by Mercy
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Hatred of
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LVIII The New Convert
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True and False Comforts
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A living and a dead Faith
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Abuse of the Gospel
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The narrow
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Dependance
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Not of Works
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Praise for Faith
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LXVI Grace and Providence
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will praise the Lord at all times
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Longing to be with Christ
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A figurative Description of the Procedure of Divine
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Gratitude and Love to Gºd
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The Vicissitudes experienced in the Christian Life
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On the same
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Joy in Martyrdom
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Scenes favourable to Meditation
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TRANSLATIONS OF THE LATIN AND ITALIAN POEMS OF MILTON
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On the Death of the Bishop of Winchester
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On the Approach of Spring
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Elegy VII
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To Christina Queen of Sweden
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To Salsillus a Roman Poet much indisposed
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On the Death of Damon
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An Ode addressed to Mr John Rous Librarian of
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SonnetTo Charles Diodati
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A Manual more ancient than the Art of Printing
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Invitation to the Redbreast
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The Innocent Thief
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The Tears of a Painter
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An Epitaph
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The Nativity God neither known nor loved by the World The Swallow
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On late acquired Wealth
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On Pallas Bathing from a Hymn of Callimachus
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On Immoderate Grief by Philemon
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Avarus et Plutus
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The Triumph of Heavenly Love desired 80 82
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The Salad
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TRANSLATION FROM OVID
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EARLY POEMS
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Song No more shall hapless Celias ears
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On her endeavouring to conceal her grief at parting
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The symptoms of Love
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R S
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An Ode upon reading Mr Richardsons History of
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Ode supposed to be written on the marriage of a friend
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Lines written during a period of insanity
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Translation of monumental inscription to Wm Northcot
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Translation of Verses to the memory of Dr Pierson
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To the Rev William Bull
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The Distressed Travellers
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On the Author of Letters on Literature
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Lines after the manner of Homer on opening a hamper
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Translation of an Epigram of Homer
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Sonnet addressed to William Hayley
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Epigram printed in the Northampton Mercury
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On a plant of Virgins Bower designed to cover
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Inscription for a Hermitage
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Answer to Stanzas of Miss Catherine Fanshawe
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ntes Glaciales in Oceano manico natantes
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