ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION
Henry Glassford Bell, in "The Men whom I get Glorious with!" Edinburgh Literary Journal (30 October 1830) 225.
1830: Henry Glassford Bell
1830: John Sheridan Knowles
1831: Sir Walter Scott
1837: John Gibson Lockhart
Henry Glassford Bell:
1830: Allan Cunningham
1830: James Hogg
1830: William Kennedy
1830: Lawrence Macdonald
1830: William Tennant
1830: Alaric Alexander Watts
1830: John Wilson
1830: John Wright
There's MACDONALD, whom I get glorious with!—
I love the poet-sculptor well,
For his soul is full of art's deep spell;
And forms of beauty float past his eyes,
Like golden clouds in evening skies!
Macdonald's the man for a swig at the can—
So there's Macdonald whom I get glorious with!