A Concordance to the Poetical Works of William Cowper

A Concordance to the Poetical Works of William Cowper

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1887 edition. Excerpt: ...the throne T. v 331 Yet. being free, I /. thee: for the sake T. v 473 Where private was not? Can he /. the whole T. v 503 Who /. no part? He bo a nation's friend T. v 504 Not so the labours of his I.: they shine T. v 570 By weakness, and hostility by I. T. v 703 With worthy thoughts of that unwearied L.--T. v752 "L. kindles as I gaze. I feel desires T. v 842 Made such by thee, we?. thee for that causo T. v881 Was but the graver countenance of /. T. vi 32 324 To I. and friendship both, that is not pleased T. vi And own, the law of universal I. T. vi 360 All, in the universal Father's /. T. vi 449 588 Ye, therefore, who I. mercy, teach your sons T. vi To /. it too. The spring-time of our years T. vi 689 Propitious in his chariot paved with I. T. vi 744 But all is harmony and I. Disease T. vi 788 With lean performance ape the work of L. T. vi854 Dipped in the fountain of eternal /. T. vi 863 885 Blind, and in with darkness! Yet e'en these T. vi And heard the voioe of I. The Doves 6 Opposed against the pleasures Nature I.! Ti'r. 170 And some street-pacing harlot his first I. Tir. 217 (. the playplacu of our early days Tir. 297 Of by absence chilled into respect Tir. 576 Of filial frankness lost, and I. grown faint Tir. 588 The force of discipline when backed by I. Tir. 681 That any thing but vice could win thy /. Tir. 742 With close fidelity and I. unfeigned T.T. 73 Bat he that I. him has no need to feign T.T. 90 To donbt the I. his favourites may pretend T.T. 159 P&triots, who I. good places at their hearts T.T. 191 Tis found as everlasting as hiB (. T.T. 595 T.T. 461 them, from the course they I. While Cook is I. for savage lives he saved Ch. 39 For Africa's once Z., benighted shore Ch. 241 oil They spake of him they of him whose life Con....show more

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  • Paperback | 646 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 33mm | 1,134g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236515498
  • 9781236515490