was attributed by some to William Hayley, upon whom it was.
A new and valued friend of this period was Hayley, famous in his own day as a poet and in history for his association with Romney and Cowper.
- The first important life of Cowper was by Hayley in 1803.
Edward Dowden unearthed new correspondence with William Hayley in The Atlantic Monthly (1907).
The stress of watching Hayley die in front of him caused a huge thrombosis.