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WILLIAM COWPER, ESQ.
OF THE INNER TEMPLE
IN THREE VOLUMES.
Sicut aquæ tremulum labris ubi lumen ahenis
Virg. Æn. vili.
STEREOTYPED BY T. H. CARTER & CO. BOSTOK.
PUBLISHED BY TIMOTHY BEDLINGTON,
The Yearly Distress, or Tithing Time at Stock in
Lines addressed to Dr. Darwin,
On Mrs. Montagu's Feather-Hangings,
Verses, supposed to be written by Alexander
Selkirk during his abode in the Island of
On the promotion of Edward Thurlow, Esq. to
the Chancellorship of England,
On observing some names of little Note recorded
Report of an adjudged Case, not to be found in
On the Burning of Lord Mansfield's Library, 186
The Love of the World reproved,
On the death of Lady Throckmorton's Bulfinch, 189
Another, addressed to a young Lady,
Pairing Time anticipated, a Fable,
The Poet, the Oyster, and the Sensitivo Plant, 202
Mutual Forbearance necessary to the happiness
The Nightingale and Glow-worm,
On a Goldfinch starved to death in his Cage, 215
A reflection on the foregoing Ode,
Translations from Vincent Bourne,
Translation of Prior's Chloe and Euphelia,
Epistle to an afflicted Protestant Lady in France, 242