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115 To the same. Dr. Franklin's Letter transcribed
Feb. 20 ib,
117 To the Rev. J. Newton. Reflections on the Illness of a Friend April 5
121 To the Rev. J. Newton. Death of Mrs. C.
May 31 ib.
Its progress related in Passages from letters to Mr. Bull
147 To the same. Style and spirit of Mr. Newton's apology; Easi
March 11 ib.
161 To the Rev. J. Newton.
Madness sometimes humorous and
167 To the Rev. J. Newton. Effect of sounds
175 To the Rev. J. Newton. His poems, the Task' and Tiroci-
November 27 ib.
181 To the Rev. W. Unwiu. Death of Dr. Johnson, and an Epitaph
January 15 ib.
195 To the Rev. W. Unwin. Same subject; anecdotes of the poor
Dec. 31 ib.
205 To Lady Hesketh. Elisions, in some instances allowable
March 6 ib.
210 To the same.
Dr. Maty's critique on his Homer ; description of
Visit of Lady Hesketh to Cowper, at Olney
218 To the Rev. W. Unwin. The arrival of Lady Hesketh ; residence
His state of mind. Verses to Miss c. on her
230 To the Rev. Walter Bagot. Change of liabitation
Nov. 17 ib.
214 To the same. On a lady whom he met at the Hall
Sept. 15 ib.
247 To Lady Hesketh. On a kitten and a leech. The · Retired
Nov. 10 ib.
266 To Samuel Rose, Esq." Depression of spirits. Dr. Clarke
275 To Lady Hesketh. On the same subject
June 10 ib.
255 To the same. Vincent Bourne ; invitation to his friend
Nov. 30 ib.
293 To S. Rose, Eng. On Hawkins and Boswell
June 20 ib.
298 To the same. On receiving several presents; a sportive imitation
Oct. 4 ib.
300 To the Rev. W. Bagot. On Villoison's Homer
319 To the same. On a poetical application
June 3 ib.
June 7 ib.
June 29 401
3:25 To Lady Hesketh. Mrs. Unwin's illness; on the French Revolu-
July 7 402
326 To J. Johnson, Esq. Danger of music engrossing too much time July 8 403
327 To the same.
Cautions against an heedless inattention to friends July 31