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VII. A Manual,
19 To the same. On the recollection of earthly affairs
IX. Sparrows self-domesticated,
ib. 20 To the same. On the same subject; on his own state
XI. Invitation to the Red-breast,
ib. 21 To the same. His manner of living; reasons for his
XVI. The Innocent Thief,
ib. 23 To the same. Introduction of Mr. Unwin's son;
XVIII: The Tears of a Painter,
ib. 24 To the same. On the motive of his introducing Mr.
ib. Unwin's son to her,
April 3 ib.
ib. 25 To the same. Mr. Unwin's death; doubts concern.
Memorial for Ashley Cowper, Esq.
the insufficiency of the world to conser happiness, ib.
30 To Mrs. Cowper. The consolations of religion on
ib. the death of her husband,
Aug. 31 ib.
Aug. 9 164 33 To J. Hill, Esq. Religious sentiments of his bro.
2 To Joseph Hill, Esq. Account of his situation at 34 To Mrs. Cowper. The same subject, June 7 ib.
June 24 ib. 35 To J. Hill, Esq. Expression of his gratitude for in-
3 To Lady Hesketh. On his illness and subsequent
stances of friendship,
Sept. 25 183
July 1 165 36 To the Rev. William Unwin. The same subject;
of supplicatory letters, &c.
June 8 ib.
July 4 ib.
5 To the same. Account of Huntingdon; distance 37 To the same. Johnson's Lives of the Poets, May 26 184
from his brother, &c.
July 5 166 38 To the same. His hot-house; tame pigeons; visit to
6 To the same. Newton's Treatise on the Prophecies;
Sept. 21 ib.
reflections of Dr. Young on the truth of Christiani- 39 To the same. Johnson's biography; his treatment
Oct. 31 ib.
7 To the same. On the beauty and sublimity of scrip- 40 To the same. Quick succession of human events;
Aug. 1 ib.
Dec. 2 185
8 To the same. Pearsall's Meditations; definition of
Aug. 17 168
41 To the same. Burke's speech on the reformation;
9 To the same. On a particular providence; experi-
Nightingale and Glow-worm,
Feb. 27 ib.
ence of mercy, &c.
Sept. 4 169 42 To the Rev. J. Newton. On the danger of innova-
10 To the same. First introduction to the Unwin fami-
March 18 186
ly; their characters,
Sept. 14 170 43 To the Rev. W. Unwin. On keeping the Sabbath,
March 28 ib.
Oct. 10 ib. 44 To the game. Pluralities in the Church, April 6 187
12 To the same. Miss Unwin, her character and pie. 45 To the Rev. J. Newton. Distinction between a travel.
Oct. 18 ib. ed man, and a traveled gentleman, April 16 ib.
Serious reflections on rural scenery,
perfect satisfaction, &c-
Oct. 18 171
May 3 188
14 To Joseph Hill, Esq. On those who confine all me- 47 To J. Hill, Esq. The Chancellor's (T- w) illness,
May 6 ib.
48 To the Rev. W. Unwin. His passion for landscape
drawing; modern politice,
May 8 ib.
March 6 ib. 49. To Mrs. Cowper. On her brother's death, May 10 189
16 To Mrs. Cowper. Mrs. Unwin and her son ;
50 To the Rev. J. Newton. Pedantry of commenta-
sin Martin Madan,
March 12 173 tors; Dr. Bentley, &c.
May 10 190
56 To the Rev. W. Unwin. To touch and retouch, the 93 To the Rev. W. Unwin. On some verses of Lowth's;
æcret of good writing; an epitaph, July 2 193 on the origin of his correspondence with Lady
July 8 194
94 To the Rev. J. Newton. Pleasures of authorship,
verses on the riots in 1780,
July 11 ib.
60 To the Rev. W. Unwin. Olney Bridge, July 27 195 96 To Lord Thurlow. With his first volume of poems,
Feb. 25 ib.
Aug. 6 196 98 To the same. Past and present politics, March 6 ib.
66 To the same. On education,
Sept. 7 198 102 To the same. On his own volume of poems; on his
70 To the Rev. W. Unwin. On a goldfinch starved to 105 To the same. The dignity of the Latin language; on
April 27 ib.
73 To J. Hill, Esq. On metrical law cases; old age,
109 To the same. Account osa viper in the green-house;
79 To the same. Correction of his proofs; on his horse- 116 To the Rev. J. Newton. Nations act under the direc-
Feb. 8 ib.
Feb. 13 & 20 ib.
82 To the same. Thanks for some rugs; on the fashion
July 6 207 120 To the Rev. J. Newton. Reflections on the illness
of a friend,
April 5 ib.
July 12 ib. 121 To the same. On simplicity in preaching, May 5 231
84 To the Rev. W. Unwin. Duty of submitting to inju. 122 To the Rev. W. Unwin. On a sermon of Paley's,
May 12 ib.
85 To the same. His poem, Retirement ; Lady Aus. 123 To J. Flill, Esq. Loss of friends; a tax on long life,
ten's seuling at Olney,
Aug. 25 209
May 26 232
86 To the same. Brighton amusements; his projected 124 To the Rev. J. Newton. Death of Mrs. C. May 31 ib.
Oct. 6 ib. 125 To the Rev. W. Unwin. Character of the Rev. Mr.
67 To Mrs. Cowper. His first volume; death of a
June 8 ib.
Oct. 19 210 126 To the Rev. J. Newton. On his ecclesiastical histo-
88 To the Rev. W. Unwin. Brighton dissipation; edu-
ry; remarkable mists,
June 12 233
calion of young Unwin,
Nov. 5 211'127 To the same. On religious zeal,
June 17 234
130 To the Rev. W. Bull,
Aug. 3 235 171 To J. Hill, Esq. Dr. Cotton truly a philosopher,
Aug. 4 ib. 172 To the Rev. J. Newton. Effect of sounds, Sept. 18 ib.
ver; story of a clerk in a public office, Sept. 8 237 174 To the Rev. J. Newton. On unconnected thoughts;
138 To J. Hill, Esq. Comforts of a winter evening, Oct. 20 241 179 To the Rev. W. Bull,
Nov. 8 ib.
144 To the Rev. W. Unwin. State of departed spirits, Jan. 245 186 To the Rev. J. Newton. On his poem being called
Dec. 24 ib.
148 To the Rev. W. Bull,
Feb. 22 248 189 To the same. Reflections on the impatience of au-
March 20 ib.
July 27 ib.
155 To the same. Danger of trifling with our Maker; 196 To Lady Hesketh. Obligations to a friend not irk.
April 5 252 198 To the Rev. Walter Bagot. Bishop Bagot's charge,
158 To the Rev. J. Newton. Difference of style between 199 To the Rev. W. Unwin. Publishing his Homer by
Beattie and Blair,
April 26 ib.
Dec. 24 ib.
159 To the Rev. W. Unwin. On face-painting, May 3 254 200 ToJ. Hill, Esq. Same subject,
Dec. 24 281
160 To the same. Declines writing a sequel to John Gil- 201 To the Rev. W. Unwin. Same subject; anecdotes
May 8 255
of the poor at Olney,
161 To the Rev. J. Newton. Dr. Johnson's favourable
opinion of his poems,
May 22 256 202 To Lady Hesketh. Correcting his poems, Jan. 10 292
162 To the same. Same subject,
June 5 ib. 203 To the Rev. W. Unwin. On his visiting Lady Hes.
163 To the Rev. W. Unwin. Tax on candles, July 3 ib. keth; on Homer,
164 To the Rev. J. Newton. Mythology of the ancients; 201 To the Rev. W. Bagot. Translation of Homer, Jan. 15 283
July 5 257 205 To the same. Dr. Maty's opinion of the Task, Jan. 23 ib.
165 To the Rev. W. Unwin. Vincent Bourne; Hume's 206 To Lady Hesketh. On receiving a snuff-box with
Essay on Suicide,
July 12 258 portraits of his three hares,
Jan. 31 284
166 To the Rev. J. Newton. Madness sometimes hu- 207 To the same. On her promised visit to Olney, Feb. 9 285
morous and sometimes whimsical, July 19 239 208 To the same. Vexations attendant on a variety of
167 To the same. Pleasant situation of Lymington; Mr.
criticisms; the Chancellor's promise, Feb. 11 ib.
July 28 ib. 209 To the same. On their expected meeting at Olney,
168 To the Rev. W. Unwin. On the inhabitants of the
Feb. 19 286
islands in the Pacific Ocean,
Aug. 14 260 210 To dhe Rev. W. Bagot. Death of Mrs. Bagot, Feb. 27 287
212 To the Rev. W. Unwin. On the translation of Ho. 252 To S. Rose, Esq. On leaving the country after the
Oct. 19 ib.
214 To Lady Hesketh. On her postponing her visit; de- 254 To J. Hill, Esq. On his own studies, Nov. 16 ib.
April 17 ib. 255 To Lady Hesketh. Beauties of Weston; the clerk of
Northamplon; on a paper in the Mirror; anec.
dote of a beggar,
Nov. 27 ib.
mer; the Chancellor's illness,
June 9 297 262 To Lady Hesketh Reasons for writing sew occa-
sional poems; on a print of Bunbury's, Jan. 19 ib.
221 To the Rev. W. Unwin. The arrival of Lady Hes- 264 To the same. On trouble as the portion of mortali-
ty; on reading a book of his Iliad to Mr. Great-
July 3 ib.
Feb. 1 ib.
227 To the same. On his compositions,
ib. 266 To Lady Hesketh. On his own melancholy; Han-
on her birth-day,
300267 To the same. On Burke's invective, Feb. 22 ib.
of the nation,
301 270 To General Cowper. On his poem upon the slave
232 To the same. The poet Churchill,
ib. 271 To the Rev. W. Bagot. On "The Manners of the
Great," and his Homer,
March 19 ib.
302 272 To S. Rose, Esq. Depression of spirits ; Dr. Clarke,
revisal of his Homer,
Aug. 31 303 273 To Lady Hesketh. On his poem upon the slave
March 31 ib.
Oct. 6 ib. 274 To the same. Smollett's Don Quixote ; on his friend
236 To the Rev. W. Bagot. Change of habitation, Nov. 17 ib. Mr. Rowley,
May 6 323
237 To Lady Hesketh. A poet's hermitage, Nov. 26 304 275 To J. Hill, Esq. Books that he had lost, May 8 ib.
238 To the same. On the death of Mr. Unwin, Dec. 4 305 276 To Lady Hesketh. On Mrs. Montague, May 12 ib.
239 To Robert Smith, Esq. (the present Lord Carrington.) 277 To J. Hill, Esq. On two prints, Crazy Kate and the
On the same subject,
Dec. 9 ib. Lace-maker; bust of Paris,
May 24 324
240 To Lady Heaketh. On the same subject, Dec. 9 306 278 To Lady Hesketh. Same subject; Mrs. Montague,
May 27 ib.
242 To Lady Hesketh. On praise to a poet, Dec. 21 307 279 To the same. Sufferings from the east wind; extra-
ordinary advertisement of a dancing-master, June 3 325
213 To the Rev. W. Bagot. Homer's description of 280 To J. Hill, Esq. Death of Ashley Cowper, Esq. June 8 ib.
slaughter; praise of the author and Mr. Unwin, 281 To Lady Hesketh. On the same subject, June 10 ib.
Jan. 3 ib. 282 To the same. On the same subject, June 15 326
244 To Lady Hesketh. On Homer, and his song of the 283 Țo the Rev. W. Bagot. On scenes of horror,
Jan. 8 ib.
June 17 ib.
245 To the same. Obliged by indisposition to suspend 284 To S. Rose, Esq. On a dry season,
June 23 327
his Homer; on dreams, and a visit from Mr. Rose, 285 To Lady Hesketh. On his own expectations; anec-
Jan. 18 308
June 27 ib.
246 To Samuel Rose, Esq, His indisposition; Burns' 286 To the same. On the Lime Walk at Weston; ac.
July 24 309 count of living authors,
July 28 328
247 To the same. On his reviving health; Barclay's 287 To the same. Favourable reception of the Task;
Aug. 27 ib.
Aug. 9 ib.
248 To Lady Hesketh. On the family at Weston Hall, 288 To S. Rose, Esq. Solicitude for a friend, Aug. 18 329
Aug. 30 310 289 To the same. On the oak called Judith; on impro-
219 To the same. Books he had read,
Sept. 11 ib.
250 To the same. On a lady whom he met at the Hall, 290 To the same. A riddle; on finishing the Iliad ;
Sept. 15 ib. death of a bullfinch,
Sept. 25 330
Jan. 19 ib. 338 To S. Rose, Esq. On his marriage; preface to Ho.
297 To S. Rose, Esq. On Hawkins Brown, May 20 ib. 340 To Mrs. Bodham. On the joys and sorrows of infan.
Nov. 21 ib.
301 To Mrs. Throckmorton. Poetical talents of a friend; 343 To the Rev. W. Bagot. Translation of Homer; on
Dec. 1 ib.
304 To the same. Variations in our summers; remark 315 To the Rev. W. Bagot. Long and short syllables in
Sept. 24 ib.
Jan. 4 ib.
346 To Mr. Johnson. On a line in one of his poems hav-
303 To the same. The same subject,
336 348 To S. Rose, Esq. His present of Pope's Homer,
Feb. 5 ib.
310 To Lady Hesketh. On his kinsman's poem; expec-
Feb. 26 ib.
bridge, Oxford, and the Scotch Universities,
Feb. 27 ib.
invitation to Weston,
Feb. 28 339 356 To J. Johnson, Esq. On the poems of the Norwich
318 To S. Rose, Esq. Solicitude for his friend's health, 357 To S. Rose, Esq. His Homer calculated at less than
March 11 ib. the 7th part of a farthing per line, March 24 ib.
320 To Lady Hesketh. On the style he introduced in his 359 To Mrs. Throckmorton. Little success of applica.
April 1 ib.
April 17 ib. 361 To S. Rose, Esq. General success of the subscrip-
April 29 ib.
May 2 ib.
331 To the Rev. W. Bagot. African serpents and ants; 367 To J. Johnson, Esq. On his procuring him the Cam-
June 22 346 bridge subscriptions to his Homer, June 1 359
cation of his Homer,
June 13 ib.
July 7 347 369 To S. Rose, Esq. Man an ungrateful animal, June 15 360