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To the same. Sept. 7, 1790. On the same subject . ib.
son on the alteration of a line in one of his poems.
some Poems of Mr. P.'s, and on his own literary en-
To John Johnson, Esq. May 20, 1792. On the post-
ponement of his Ordination, &c.
To William Hayley, Esq. June 19, 1792. State of Mrs.
Unwin; Ice-islands and cold summers; proposed
visit to Hayley at Eartham .
To William Hayley, Esq. June 27, 1792. Intended
journey to Eartham ; Catharina, on her marriage to
To the same. July 4, 1792. Suspension of his literary
labours ; his solicitude for Mrs. Unwin; bis visit to
To the same. July 15, 1792. On the proposed journey
to Eartham; translations from Milton; portrait of
Cowper by Abbot . . . .
To the same. Aug. 18, 1792. Cowper wishes him to
join the party at Eartham . . . . ib.
To Mrs. Courtenay. Sept. 10, 1792. Reference to the
French Revolution ; state of Mrs. Unwin; remem-
brances to friends at Weston . . .
To William Hayley, Esq. Sept. 18, 1792. Cowper's
feelings on his departure
and arrival at Weston . .
To William Hayley, Esq. Oct. 28, 1792 Cowper com-
plains of his unfitness for literary labour, and the
To John Johnson, Esq. Nov. 20, 1792. Thanks him
for his verses; his engagement to supply the new
To Thomas Park, Esq. Jan. 3, 1793. Introduction of
Mr. Rose to him ; Cowper refers to a remedy recom-