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MOST REVEREND R. C. TRENCH, D D.
LORD ARCHBISHOP OF DUBLIN.
Mv Dear Lord Archbishop,
When I asked leave to dedicate to you this Edition of Cowper's Poems, I wished to express, in the only way that lies in my power, my gratitude for past kindnesses, andfor all that I have learned from yon. Put, independently of these feelings, I knmv that all readers of this volume will recognize a fitness in the offering for your acceptance the Works of one whose writings were so natural and pure ami good, and whose command of his mother-tongue was so complete. With deep feelings of affection and sympathy,
Your Grace's faithful Servant,
Not of Works ib.
Praise for Faith 43
Grace and Providence . . . . ib.
I will praise the Lord at all Times ib.
A Comparison 164
Idem Latine redditum 169
On a Goldfinch starved to Death in his
Translations from Vincent Bourne . . . 172
Idem Latine redditum if.
To Sir Joshua Reynolds if.
On a Review condemning Thelyphthora. . rb.
In Seditionein Horrendnm tb.