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To the Rev W Unwin Thoughts on the sea Char To the Rev William Unwin March 18 1782
To the same With lines on Mary and John Same To the same August 3 1782 On Dr Johnsons
To the Rev John Newton With lines to Sir Joshua Lady Austen comes to reside at the parsonage
Letter to the Rev John Newton Dec 17 1781 Re Origin of his ballad of John Gilpin
To Lord Thurlow Feb 25 1782 enclosed to
To the Rev John Newton May 31 1783 On Mrs Cowper and Mrs Unwin
Rimirks on the induence of local associations 157 State of our Indian possessions at that time
Willialing effect July the
censure of a particular obser To the Rev John Newton Nov 27 1784 Sketch
To the Rev John Newton July 5 1784 Reference
To the Rev John Newton Nov 3 1783 Fire at
To the Rev Wm Unwin March 7 1782 Remon To the same No date On the coalition ministry
To the Rev John Newton July 14 1784 Commem gress of Cowpers second volume of Poems
To the Rev John Newton Aug 17 1785 Reasons from her description of the vestibul i of his resi
woather and spoiled hay multiplicity of his en Madan remarks on General Cowpers approbation
To Joseph Hill Esq Oct 11 1785 Cowper excuses To Joseph Hill Esq April 5 186 Reasons for
To the same without date His feelings towards Remarks on Cowpers depression of spirit
To Lady Hesketh Jan 31 1786 Acknowledgment keths arrival and character state of his old abode
To the Rev William Unwin Aug 24 1786 Pro To Joseph Hill Esq Nov 16 1787 On his
Lines addressed to a young lady on her birthday 267 dote of a beggar and vermicelli soup
To Lady Hesketh Nov 26 1786 Comforts of his
dreams visit of Mr Rose
Cowpers lives on the blessings of spiritual liberty 303 To the same August 9 1788 Visitors at Weston
To Samuel Rose Esq Oct 19 1787 State of
To the Rey Walter Bagot June 17 1788 Coldness receipt of a packet of papers reference to his poem
Remarks on Cowpers observation that authors are To Mrs Throckmorton May 10 1790 Humorous
To the Rev John Newton Feb 5 1790 Account
To the Rev John Newton Jan 20 1791 On
To John Johnson Esq April 6 1791 Thanks
To Lady Hesketh April 19 1790 His revisal of Remarks on the doubts and fears of Christians
To the Rev Walter Bagot Aug 2 1791 Visit
To the same April 30 1790 Message to Bishop
Character of his Latin poems
Tu Joseph Hill Esq March 14 1782 On the publi To the Rev William Bull March 7 1783 On

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