ID 3018
Last Name Cowper
First Name William
Title
Gender Male
Date of Birth 1731-11-15
Date of Death 1800-04-05
Place of Birth Berkhamsted
Place of Death East Dereham
VIAF URI http://viaf.org/viaf/32009788
Wikipedia Entry https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Cowper
Image URL https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/45/William_Cowper_by_Lemuel_Francis_Abbott.jpg
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Editor Original poems, on various occasions. By a lady. Revised by William Cowper, Esq. of the Inner Temple. 1792
Author The Facetious Story of John Gilpin; his going farther than he intended, and returning home safe at last. By Mr. Cowper, and a second part; containing an account of the disastrous accidents which befel his wife, on her return to London. By Henry Lemoine. To which is added, Gilpin's Second Holiday. Written by the late John Oakman. 1795
Translator Poems, translated from the French of Madame de La Mothe Guion, by the late William Cowper, Esq. author of The task. To which are added some original poems of Mr. Cowper, not inserted in his works. 1804
Author Poems, translated from the French of Madame de La Mothe Guion, by the late William Cowper, Esq. author of The task. To which are added some original poems of Mr. Cowper, not inserted in his works. 1804
Author The Life and Whimsical Adventures of John Gilpin, Citizen and Linen-Draper. To Which is Added His Journey to Edmonton. 1805
Translator The life of Lady Guion, written in French, by herself, now abridged, and translated into English. Exhibiting her eminent piety, charity, meekness, resignation, fortitude and stability; her labours, travels, sufferings and services, for the conversion of souls to God; and her great success, in some places, in that best of all employments on the earth. To which are added, accounts of the lives of worthy persons, whose memories were dear to Lady Guion. In two volumes. From an English edition, published at Bristol: with a few abridgments, etc. 1805
Author Poems, translated from the French of Madame de La Mothe Guion, by the late William Cowper, Esq. author of The task. To which are added, some original poems of Mr. Cowper, not inserted in his works. 1806
Editor Original Poems, on Various Occasions. By a Lady. Revised by William Cowper, Esq. of the Inner Temple. Second Edition. 1807
Author The History of the Two Shoemakers. 1807
Author The Parnassian Garland; or, beauties of modern poetry : consisting of upwards of two hundred pieces, selected from the works of the most distinguished poets of the present age. With introductory lines to each article. Designed for the use of schools and the admirers of poetry in general. By John Evans, A. M. Master of a seminary for a limited number of pupils, Pullin's Row, Islington. 1807
Editor Original poems, on various occasions. By a lady. Revised by William Cowper, Esq. of the Inner Temple. 1808
Author Poems, by William Cowper, Esq. of the Inner Temple. In three volumes. Comprising a variety of pieces not inserted in former editions. To which is prefixed a brief account of his life. 1808
Author Poems, translated from the French of Madame de la Mothe Guion, by the late William Cooper, Esq. author of The task. To which are added, some original poems of Mr. Cooper, not inserted in his works. 1808
Editor Original Poems, on Various Occasions. By a Lady. Revised by William Cowper, Esq. of the Inner Temple. Third edition. 1810
Editor Original Poems, on Various Occasions. By a Lady. Revised by William Cowper, Esq. of the Inner Temple. Third Edition. 1810
Author Poems, by William Cowper, Esq. of the Inner Temple. In three volumes. Comprising a variety of pieces, not inserted in any former editions. To which is prefixed, a brief account of his life. 1810
Author Twelve witnesses to the happy effects of experimental religion in life and death, as exemplified in persons of various conditions in society. With an appendix, containing some well written tracts against intemperance, profanity, Sabbath breaking and other vices too prevalent at the present day. 1814
Author Poems, translated from the French of Madame de La Mothe Guion, by the late William Cowper, Esq. author of The task. To which are added some original poems of Mr. Cowper, not inserted in his works. 1815
Author The black velvet pelisse. From the tales of Mrs. Opie. 1815
Author Hymns for infant minds. By the author of Original poems, Rhymes for the nursery, &c. 1818
Author The Beauties of Cowper; or, Extracts from the Works of that Great Poet; for the Use of Schools, and the instruction and amusement of young persons of both sexes. By John Corry, author of Original Tales, the Friend of Youth, and several other publications. 1820
Author New edition. Dazee, or, The Re-captured Negro. By Mrs. Sherwood, author of Little Henry and his bearer. 1822
Author The Sorrows of Yamba, or the Negro Woman's Lamentation, by Hannah More. The Negro's Complaint, by William Cowper. Etc. 1823
Author The History of Elizabeth Loveless, a faithful servant and affectionate child 1827
Author The History of Elizabeth Loveless, a faithful servant and affectionate child 1827

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