The poet William Cowper was born in the rectory in 1731.
The poet William Cowper used the word to denote sharp and keen despair, but other authors, Sir T.
Behind it is a dark wool great-coat with velvet collar owned by William Cowper at the end of his life.
Mrs Unwin suggested secular verse, and Cowper wrote much, and in 1782 when he was fifty-one years old there appeared Poems of William Cowper of the Inner Temple, Esq.: London, Printed for J.
By William Cowper of the Inner Temple, Esq.; To which are added by the same author An Epistle to Joseph Hill, Esq., Tirocinium or a Review of Schools, and the History of John Gilpin: London, Printed for J.
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