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His cordial friendship for Cowper.
Extract from Cowper's epistle to Lloyd, alluding to his own
He resigns his cure
Lives with a mistress
CHURCHILL. COWPER'S EARLY POLITICS. HIS ADMIRATION OF CHURCHill.
Churchill concerned in the North Briton
Lloyd in the Fleet
Death of Churchill and Lloyd
Accuses himself of wishing that the Clerk of the Journals
Whole duty of Man
Cowper's first hymn
He resigns his commissionership
His relations subscribe to an allowance for him
Takes lodgings at Huntingdon
Cowper likes his place of abode
His difficulty in housekeeping
Diminution of his acquaintances
Feelings on first finding himself among strangers
Writes to Lady Hesketh
His emotions when he had seen her last.
Cowper and Mrs. Unwin remove to Olney
His manner of life there
The repeated invitation declined
COWPER'S REMOVAL TO OLNEY.
ACCOUNT OF HIS BROTHER'S DEATH.
MR. KNOX's opinion that providential designation is exem-
Mr Newton's income as curate
Mr. Thornton allows him £.200 a year..
He fixes himself at Mr. Newton's.
Extracts from Mr. Newton's letters to Mr. Thornton during
Cowper returns to his own house.
Composes verses during this stage of his malady
His tame hares
Opinion of Gray.