1806 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Rev. John Dalton

John Wooll, in Biographical Memoirs of Joseph Warton (1806) 44n.



He [William Hogarth] was very fond of this kind of revenge. A worthy and serious minded man at Windsor, whose name was Dalton, had by some means offended him. In the Harlot's Progress is to be seen over her bed, a wig-box, with the inscription, "John Dalton, his wig-box."