The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
Neil's Duke for a Day
Neil's Duke for a Day.
(These are the salient thoughts of this vol.)
I should fire their damp and sputt'ring souls
With a spark of mine own rage.
A juggler! look !
And with as many following at his heels
As though he were a new Demos-thenes.
In your mouth!
You bear a sword, might strike forth fire from stones—
The moral of this piece is—A beggar on horseback who can bear, even for a day?