The Works of Mrs. Elizabeth Rowe: Letters moral & entertaining, pt. 3. Devout exercises of the heart. Poems & translations by Mr. Thomas Rowe

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Contents

From to Albanus endeavouring to
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From Lindamor to Lucius with an ode on love
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From Ariel to the Lady on the wonders
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Let Xu Another to the same with a divine poem
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From Evander to Herminius with an ode
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From Penelope to Ulysses a translation
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thers criminal passion for Charlotte
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To the same giving her an account of Charlottes
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Banishment from God for ever 191
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Longing for the coming of Christ
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Appeals to God concerning the supremacy of love
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Self reproof for inactivity
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A devout resignation of self to the divine power and
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Trust and reliance on the divine promises
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ORIGINAL POEMS AND TRANSLATIONS
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Tibullus book I elegy iii
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To the same relating the death of Philocles
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DVOUT EXERCISES OF THE HEART
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A thank offering for saving grace
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Io Assurances of salvation in Christ 157 Io Assurances of salvation in Christ
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Confession of sin with hope of pardon
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An epistle to a friend writen in the spring 1710
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Davids lamentation over Saul and Jonathan from 2
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To Daphnis An epistle giving an account of the most
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AD ode on liberty
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