The Poetical Works of William Cowper, Volum 3

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Bell and Daldy, 1879

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CONTENTS VOL III
1
JehovahJireh The Lord will provide
2
rit JehovahRophi I am the Lord that healeth thee
3
JehovahNissi The Lord my Banner
5
Jehovah Shalom The Lord send Peace
6
Wisdom
7
nity of the World VII
8
O Lord I will praise thee
9
Page
156
On the Approach of Spring
159
Elegy VII
167
To Christina Queen of Sweden
173
On the Platonic Idea as it was understood by Aristotle
181
To Salsillus a Roman Poet much indisposed
188
On the Death of Damon
194
An Ode addressed to Mr John Rous Librarian of
205

The contrite Heart
10
The future Peace and Glory of the Church
11
Jehovah our Righteousness
12
Ephraim repenting
13
The Covenant
14
JehovahShammah The Lord is there
15
Praise for the Fountain opened
16
The Sower
17
The House of Prayer
18
Lovest thou
19
Contentinent xx Old Testament Gospel
22
Sardis
23
Prayer for a Blessing
24
Pleading for and with Youth
25
Prayer for Children
26
Jehovah Jesus
27
On opening a Place for social Prayer
28
Welcome to the Table
29
Jesus hasting to Suffer
30
Exhortation to Prayer
31
15
32
17
40
For the Poor
57
Grace and Providence
70
God neither known nor loved by the World
80
A figurative Description of the Procedure of Divine
84
Gratitude and Love to
90
The Testimony of Divine Adoption
97
Glory to God alone
103
The perfect Sacrifice
109
The Vicissitudes experienced in the Christian Life
117
The Joy of the Cross
128
Love increased by Suffering
134
By John Baptist Manso
140
TRANSLATIONS OF THE LATIN AND ITALIAN POEMS OF MILTON
147
On the Death of the Bishop of Winchester
152
SonnetTo Charles Diodati
211
A Manual more ancient than the Art of Printing
217
Invitation to the Redbreast
223
The Innocent Thief
229
The Tears of a Painter
231
An Epitaph
237
On late acquired Wealth
243
On Pallas Bathing from a Hymn of Callimachus
249
On Immoderate Grief by Philemon
253
Avarus et Plutus
259
The Salad
275
TRANSLATION FROM OVID
281
Journey from Rome to Brundusium
287
Description of an impertinent
294
EARLY POEMS
300
Written in a Quarrel
306
On her endeavouring to conceal her grief at parting
313
The symptoms of Love
314
Written in a fit of illness
320
An Ode upon reading Mr Richardsons History of
326
Ode supposed to be written on the marriage of a friend
332
Lines written during a period of insanity 310
340
Translation of monumental inscription to Wm Northcot
346
A simile Latinised
352
To the Rev William Bull
359
The Distressed Travellers
365
On the Author of Letters on Literature
371
Lines after the manner of Homer on opening a hamper
380
Translation of an Epigram of Homer
386
Sonnet addressed to William Hayley Esq
393
Epigram printed in the Northampton Mercury
399
On a plant of Virgins Bower designed to cover
405
Inscription for a Hermitage
407
On Flaxmans Penelope 413 To the Spanish Admiral Count Gravina
413
Montes Glaciales in Oceano Germanico natantes
419

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