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“ Obversatur oculis ille vir, quo neminen ætas nostra graviorem, sanctiorem, subtiliorem
Puindi Epist. Lib. 4. Ep. 17.
His Epistle to Lloyd, 15—His Translations in Duncombe's Horace, 19-His own Account
A brief Account of the Revd. John Cowper, who died March 20, 1770- and the Tribute paid to
his Memory by his Brother the Poet.
Sept. 25, 1770
The Collection of the Olney Hymns interrupted by the Illness of Cowper, page 86-His long
and severe depression His tame Hares one of his first amusements on his revival, 89, 90-
To Joseph Hill, Esqr....
To the same
The origin of the Task, 135—Extracts from Cowper's Letters to the Revd. Mr. Bull, relating to
the progress of that Poem, 136, 137 A sudden end of the Poet's Intercourse with Lady :