Mirror of Literature,  7 (1826), 238–39.

Address to Mr. Cross, of Exeter 'Change on the Death of the Elephant



Extract, Poetry

Publications extracted:

New Monthly Magazine


Menageries, Periodicals

    The poem descants on the universal grief at the death of the elephant: 'Reporter's eyes / Were of an egg-like size, / Men that had never wept for murder'd Mars! / Hard-hearted editors with iron faces / Their sluices all unclosed,— / And discomposed / Compositors went fretting to their cases!' (238).

See also:

ML1/7/186/1, ML1/7/186/2, ML1/7/186/3, ML1/7/186/4, ML1/7/186/5, ML1/7/186/6

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