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WILLIAM COW PER
LIFE AND LETTERS
BY WILLIAM HAYLEY ESQ.
NOW FIRST COMPLETED BY THE INTRODUCTION OF
COWPER'S PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.
THE REV. T. S. GRIMSHAWE, A.M.
RECTOR OF BURTON, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, AND VICAR OF
Letters, such as are written from wise men, are, of
words of men,
SAUNDERS AND OTLEY, CONDUIT STREET.
To the Rev. William Unwin, March 20, 1785. Remarks
on a Nobleman's eye; progress of his new volume;
political reflections ; celebrity of “ John Gilpin"
To the Rev. William Unwin, Aug. 27, 1785. Thanks for
presents; his second volume of poems; remarks on
Dr. Johnson's Journal ; claims of who and that
Society and on Sunday Schools
himself for not visiting Wargrave; on his printed epis.
tle to Mr. Hill
by her letter ; account of his own situation; allusion to
of Miss Cunningham; expected removal of the Rev.
Peterborough, burned in effigy