Sketch of the Life of William Cowper, Esq.
1 Translation of Prior's Chloe and Euphelia, -
3 The history of John Gilpin,
Progress of Error,
10 Epistle to an afflicted Protestant lady in France,
15 To the Rev. W. C. Unwin,
21 To the Rev. Mr. Newton,
34 The Moralizer corrected,
40 | The Faithful Bird,
48 The Needless Alarm,
The Task, Book I. The Sofa,
II. The Time-Piece,
IIL The Garden,
70 On the receipt of my mother's picture out of Norfolk, 134
IV. The Winter Evening,
V. The Winter Morning Walk,
85 On a mischievous Bull,
VI. The Winter Walk at Noon, · 93 Annus Memorabilis, 1789,
· Epistle to Joseph Hill, Esq.
102 Hymn for the use of the Sunday School at Olney, 138
Tirocinium; or, a Review of Schools,
103 Stanzas subjoined to a bill of mortality for the year 1787, ib.
The same for 1788,
The same for 1789,
The Yearly Distress, or Tithing Time at Stock, in Essex, 112 The same for 1790,
Sonnet to Henry Cowper, Esq.
ib. The same for 1792,
Lines addressed to Dr. Darwin,
113 The same for 1793,
On Mrs. Montagu's Feather Hangings,
ib Epitaph on Mr. Hamilton,
Wetres supposed to be written by Alexander Selkirk, - ib. Epitaph on a Hare,
On the Promotion of Edward Thurlow, Esq.
114 Epitaphium Alterum,
ib. Stanzas on the first publication of Sir Charles Grandison, 142
ib. Address to Miss —, on reading the Prayer for Indifference, ib.
115 A Tale founded on a fact, .
On observing some names of little note recorded in the To the Rev. Mr. Newton, on his return from Ramsgate, ib.
ib. Poetical epistle to Lady Austen,
Report of an adjudged case, not to be found in any of the Song, written at the request of Lady Austen,
ib. Verses from a poem entitled Valediction,
On the burning of Lord Mansfield's library,
116 Epitaph on Johnson, -
ib. To Miss C on her birth-day,
On the death of Lady Throckmorton's Bulfinch,
ib. The Flatting Mill,
117 To Mrs. Throckmorton,
ib. On the late indecent liberties taken with the remains of
ib.To Mrs. King,
ib. The Judgment of the Poets,
ib. Epitaph on Mrs. M. Higgins, of Weston,
119 The Retired Cat,
ib. To the Nightingale,
120 Sonnet to W. Wilberforce, Esq.
121 To Dr. Austin,
Mutual forbearance necessary to the happiness of the mar-
ib. Sonnet, addressed to William Hayley, Esq.
ib. Sonnet to George Ronney, Esq.
122 On receiving Hayley's picture,
ib. On a plant of Virgin's-bower,
123 To my cousin, Anne Bodham,
ib.To Mrs. Unwin,
124 To William Hayley, Esq.
ib. On a Spaniel, called Beau, killing a bird,
ib. Beau's Reply,
125 To Mary,