Comic Annual, 3 (1832), 56–61.
A Plan for Writing Blank Verse in Rhyme. In a Letter to the Editor
The author believes that he has made a discovery 'in common with Hervey, and Herschell, and Galileo, and Roger Bacon, or rather, I should say, with Columbus,—my invention concerning a whole hemisphere, as it were, in the world of poetry' (57).
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