You emailed me, mainboss. It looks a bit of a challenge but people are a bit wary when somebody sticks up documents for download, and asks for assignment help. See?
It seems that were you to read the passages and work a little, you'll be able to decide which items of evidence on each list can be found in those passages, or not. Read them and read them until they make sense, the answers should be yours not ours.
I don't really know enough (and I'm no tutor) without spending a while going through it and I'm not sure I'd have time.
"Tintern Abbey” he [Wordsworth] speaks of “of all the mighty world of eye and ear,- both what they half create,? And what perceive.” Wordsworth revisiting the Wye Valley Wordsworth, William. 1888. Complete Poetical Works.
Our eyes and ears can create that world in our mind, and we can perceive that world in our mind again if we have the same experiences.
Is there a relationship between poetry and painting, is the theme. "To me the line from Wordsworth to the moderns through Constable and the Impressionists is irresistible". The Role of Consciousness: "Mont Blanc" and "Tintern Abbey"
You could read "Constable and Wordsworth" , Morse Peckham , p.196.
Either tick, or discount (X) the evidence from the list on your Morse Peckham, “Constable and Wordsworth,” 1967.