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LIFE AND WORKS
NOW FIRST COMPLETED BY THE INTRODUCTION OF HIS
“ PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE.”
REVISED, ARRANGED, AND EDITED BY
THE REV. T. S. GRIMSHAWE, A.M.
RECTOR OF BURTON, NORTHAMPTONSHIRE, AND VICAR OF
AN ESSAY ON THE GENIUS AND POETRY OF COWPER.
VICAB OF HARROW
Remarks on the relative merits of rhyme and blank
verse, with reference to a translation of Homer
in general . . . . . .
Lord Thurlow to William Cowper, Esq. On his trans-
lation of Homer . .
To Thomas Park, Esq. April 27, 1792. Remarks on
some Poems of Mr. P.'s, and on his own literary en.
To Lady Hesketh. May 20, 1792. On the marriage of
Mr. Courtenay; Dr. Madan's promotion to a
Warren Hastings, Esq. i .. . . ib.
To the same. May 26, 1792. State of Mrs. Unwin .
of Mr. Johnson's Ordination
Lines addressed to Dr. Darwin . .