1814 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Horace Twiss

George Daniel, in The Modern Dunciad (1814; 1815) 15n.



I was much surprized to find my Lord Ellenborough praising Mr. Moore's poetry at a late trial. After this, let us hear no more of indictments for publishing things "Contra bonos mores." The Attorney-General too, with his usual facetiousness, complimented Mr. Twiss's poetical talents. — Mr. Horace Twiss a Poet! — "O name it not in Gath!"