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to the same Advice on seabathing July 17 1779 To the Rev W Unwin On visiting prisoners
To the same Pluralities in the church April 6 1780 Cowpers first appearance as an author
To the Rey W Unwin To touch and retouch the To the same Progress of the poem Conversation
To the Rev W Unwin Thoughts on the sea Char To the Rev William Unwin March 18 1782
To the Rev John Newton Unfavorable prospect To the Rev Wm Unwin July 16 1782 Remarks
To the Rev William Unwin Jan 17 1782 Conduct ent of tish on Mr Smalls report of Mr Hill and
To the same March 6 1782 Political remarks
To the same April 5 1783 Mlness of Mrs C new To Joseph Hill Esq Nov 23 1783 On his opinion
To the Rev William Bull June 3 1783 With stan
Arguments for the necessity of conversion
TO Joseph Hill Esq Oct 10 1783 Cowper declines
lo Joseph Hill Esq Oct 20 1783 Anticipations To the Rev William Unwin March 21 1784 Cow
censure of a particular obser To the Rev John Newton Nov 27 1784 Sketch
To Joseph Hill Esq On those who confine all mer His tame hares one of his first amusements on
To the Rey John Newton July 5 1784 Reference
To the Rev John Newton Nov 3 1783 Fire at
To the same Oct 20 1784 Instructions respecting
To the Rev John Newton Sept 24 1785 Recollec
To the same Agreement with the Rev W Unwin The origin of his friendship with Mr Bull
To the same without date His feelings towards
To Lady Aesketh Jan 31 1786 Acknowledgment
To Lady Hesketh April 17 1786 Description
To Lady Hesketh On solitude on the desertion of To the same On Grays Works April 20 1777
To Rev Dr ce with Samhe Lodge
Proposed plan of Mr Unwin for checking sabbath To the same Dec 4 1787 Character of the Throck
To Lady Hesketh Jan 18 1787 Suspension of
Lo Samuel Rose Esq Oct 19 1787 State of
the Account of Five Hundred Living Authors
To recover Veskerk line 24ccount
Remarks on Cowpers observation that authors are To Mrs Throckmorton May 10 1790 Humorous
Commencement of Cowpers acquaintance with
To the Rev John Newton Feb 5 1790 Account of animal magnetism
intended Preface to his Poems critical tact of To the Rev John Newton Feb 24 1783 On
To Lady Hesketh April 19 1790 His revisal of Remarks on the donbts and fears of Christians 331
To Joseph Hill Esq March 6 1791 Progress
To Samuel Rose Esq March 24 1791 On his
Character of his Latin poems 501 1787

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