Black Dwarf,  1 (1817), 449–55.

Major Cartwright's New Mode of Petitioning





Magnetism, Radicalism

    Begins with a stanza on John Cartwright, including the lines: 'In age as ardent as in youth he moves, / And with a heart as warm his country loves; / True to her weal, as magnets to the pole, / With constant temper, and unshaken soul' (449).

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