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67. To the same. A riddle; on finishing the Iliad; death of a
bullfinch.....

.......... Sept. 25.171
68. To the same. Vincent Bourne ; invitation to his friend.

Nov. 30..175
1789.

69. To the same. On memory; Sir J. Hawkins ..... Jan. 19. • 175
70. To the same. On accidents..................Jan. 24.. 176
71. To the Revd. W. Bagot. Progress in Homer. Jan. 29..178
72. To S. Rose, Esq. On Hawkins Brown...... May 20..179

POEM on the Queen's visit to London.
73. To the same. Cuckow clocks; Boswell's tour. June 5..135
74. To the Revd. W. Bagot. Compliments on the marriage

of his friend.......................... June 16..187
75. To S. Rose, Esq. On Hawkins and Boswell. June 20..189
76. To Mrs. Courtenay. Poetical talents of a friend; incidents

at the Hall............................July 18..190
77. To S. Rose, Esq. Improvement of time in early life. July 23..192
78. To the same. Mrs. Piozzi's travels........... Aug. 8..194
79. To the same. Variations in our summers; remark on Mr. L.

Sept. 24• • 196
80. To the same. On receiving several presents; paraphrase of

the Odyssey .......................... Sept. ••197
81. To Joseph Hill, Esq. French revolution......Dec. 18..199
82. To the Revd. W. Bagot. Ou Villoison's Homer...... • 200
83. To the same.

The same subject..........202

1790.

84. To S. Rose, Esq. On his health; remarks on a passage in
Homer .......................

Jan. 3..205.

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85. To Lady Hesketh. On his Kinsman's poem; expectation of

the critics on his Homer................. Jan. 23. 208
86. To S. Rose, Esq. Bentley's remarks on Homer. Feb. 2..210
87. To Lady Hesketh. Verses to Mrs.Throckmorton. Feb. 9..212
88. To Lady Hesketh Anxiety for a female relation; on re-

ceiving his Mother's picture:............. Feb. 26..214
89. To Mrs. Budham. On his Mother's picture. Feb. 27..217
90. To J. Johnson, Esq. Praise of Mrs. Bodham; invitation to

Weston .............................. Feb. 28..221
91. To Lady Hesketh. On the Test act.......... March 8..224
92. To S. Rose, Esq, Solicitude for his friend's health- 11..226
93. To Mrs. Throckmorton. A lady's remarks on his Homer:

March 21. • 228
94. To Lady Hesketh. On the style he introduced in his trans-

lation of Homer..................... March 22. • 230
95. To J. Johnson, Esq. Remarks on Longinus. March 23.. 233
96. To the same. On Lavater; particular studies recommended.

April 17..235
97. To Lady Hesketh. Completion of his translation. April 19..238
98. To the same. On pictures of both his parents, April 30. • 249
99. To Mrs. Throckmorton. Village incidents. May 10..241
100 To Lady Hesketh......................... May 28..244
101. To the same. On a poetical application...... June 3..245
102. To J. Johnson, Esq. On particular studies. June 7.: 246
103. To S. Rose, Esq. On early marriages; a riddle. June 8.6247
104. To Lady Hesketh. Reflections on seeing an old woman.

June 17.250
Two Inscriptions for a Grove of Oaks.
105. To the Revd. W. Bagot. African serpents and ants; on Bp.

Bagot’s removal ................ .... June 23.. 253

time, .....

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106. To Mrs. Bodham. On letter-writing, ....vr.. June 29..255
107. To Lady Hesketh. Mrs. Unwin's illness ; on the French

révolution, ......... .................. July 7 .. 258
108. To J. Johnson Esq. Danger of music engrossing too much

...... July 8..260
109. To the same. Cautions against an heedless inattention to
friends, .........

.......... July 31..262
110. To Mrs. Bodham. Mr. Johnson's carrying his Homer to

London, .................. ..... ....Sept, 9..264,
111. To S. Rose, Esq. On his marriage; preface to Homer,

Sept. 13..266
112. To Mrs. Bodham. On the joys and sorrows of infancy,

Nov. 21..269
113. To J. Johnson, Esq. Visit from the dowager Lady Spencer,

Nov. 26.-270
114 To S. Rose, Esq. Prediction of future eminence in his pro- .

fession, ........••••••••••• ......... Nov. 30 . .272
115. To the Revd: W. Bagot. Translation of Homer; on the

office of poet laureate, .................... Dec. 1.. 274
116, To J. Johnson, Esq. King's-college subscription ; family
of the Donnes, ......

ui, ..... Dec. 18..276
o r "i". 1791. ""
117. To the Revd. W. Bagot. Long and short syllables in the

English language, ....................... Jan. 4.. 278
118. To J. Johnson, Esq. Amiable singularities of his character,

Jan. 21..280
119. To. S. Rase, Esq. His present of Pope's Homer, Feb. 5. •282
120. To-Lady Hesketh. Fame not an empty breath, Feb. 136.283
121. To the Revd. W. Bagot. Blank verse the English heroic, ..

Feb. 26. - 285
122. To J.-Johason, Esq. On the subscriptions from Cambridge,

in Oxford, and the Scotch universities,........ Feb. 27. • 288
123. To Joseph Hill, Esq., Preface to the translation of Homer,

March 6..290
124. To the same. Achilles in the attitude of a dancing-master, .:':
VOL. 3.

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March 10..291

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125. To the Revd. W. Bagot. On the critical talents of Dr.
Johnson, ...•

........March 18..292
126. To J. Johnson, Esų. On the poems of the Norwich maid,

March 19..295
127. To S. Rose, Esq. His Homer calculated at less than the

seventh part of a farthing per line, ...... March 24..297
128. To Lady Hesketh. God no more a respecter of wit than he

is of persons, ......................... March 25..298
129. Tó Mrs. Throckmorton. Little success of application to

the university of Oxford, .... ........... April 1.-301
130 To J. Johnson, Esq. Brilliant collection of names from

Cambridge, ......................... April 6. •303
131. To S. Rose, Esq. General success of the subscription,

April 29.-305
132. To the Revd. W. Bagot. Mr. Bagot; Milton's Latin
poems, .......

......... May 2..306
133. To Lady Hesketh. Letter from Dr. Cogswell, from New-

York,............. ...re ..•°**•• May 18-308
134. To J. Johnson, Esg. Translation of the frogs and mice;

judgment of the poets, .................. May 23.-310
135, To Lady Hesketh. Delays of printers; confidence in go-
vernment, ...

........ May 27 ..313
136. To S. Rose, Esq. Man an ungrateful animal, June 15.-315
137. To Dr. James Cogswell. On the ľask, and his other poems, 317
Conclusion of the second part, ...... ............... 320

LIFE OF COWPER, PART THE THIRD,
The origin of his translations from Milton, ..........327

The origin of his acquaintance with Mr: Hayley, ......330
138. To the Revd. Mr. Hurdis. Invitation to Weston ; Sir.

Thomas More,........... ........ March 6..334
139. To the same. On the time of the publication of his Homer,

June 13..336
140 To the Revd. W. Bagot. Lady Bagot's visit to Weston,

Aug. 2..339
141. To the Revd. Mr. Hurdis. Onhis mode of study at Weston,"

Aug. 9:341
142. TO J. Johnson, Esq. On the subject of a new work, •,344

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143. To S. Rose, Esq. Translation of Milton's Italian and

Latin Poems............. ........... Sept. 14..345
144. To the Revd. W. Bagot. Milton's elegy on the death of

the Bishop of Winchester...... ........Sept. 21..346
145 To the same. Upon a poem of Lord Bagot's, Oct. 25.-319
146. To J. Johnson, Esq. On his Sister's recovery, Oct. 31.•351
147. To J. Hill, Esq. On the antipithy to compound epithets,

: Nov, 14..353
148. To the Revd. W, Bagot. Translation of Homer and Mil-

......... Dec, 5..355
149 To the Revd. Mr. Hurdis. On original composition and

translation.................. ......... Dec. 10..353
150. To S. Rose, Esq. Mrs. Unwin's illness...... Dec. 21..360

1792.
151 To the Revd. W. Bagot. On his childrens recovery,

Feb. 143.361
152 To the Revd. Mr. Hurdis. Acknowledgment of his friendly

remarks on Homer ......... ......... Feb. 21.0364
153. To the same. Continuation of the same, March 2..366
154. To J. Johnson, Esq. The mildness of the spring; with an

ode to the Nightingale ................ March 11..368
155. To the Revd. Mr. Hurdis. On his tragedy of Sir Thomas

More ..................... ........ March 23..371
156 To Lady Hesketh. On receiving the first Letter from Mr.
Hayley,......

.......... March 25..373
157. To S. Rosé, Esq. On a Poem of Mr. Park's, March 30..375
158.' To the same. Printers tiresome, ............ April 5..376
159. To W. Hayley, Esq. Invitation to Weston; character of

Mrs. Unwin; ......................... April 6..377
160 To the Revd. Mr. Hurdis. Comparison of his unanswered

"Letters with the leaves in autumn,.......... April 8. •380
161. To Lady Throckmorton. On appropriating the produc-
: tion of others to ourselves; on calumniation ; a sonnet

to Wilberforce. ...................... April 16..382
162 To the Revd. J. Jekyll Rye. Abhorrence of the slave-

trade, .............................. April 16.-336

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