1800 ENGLISH POETRY 1579-1830: SPENSER AND THE TRADITION

Rev. George Huddesford

Author of Infant Institutes, "Epigram, on a Poem entitled Bubble and Squeak" Gentleman's Magazine 70 (March 1800) 261.



How! Bubble and Squeak — surely never was seen
Such a name for a Poem; why, what can it mean?
Oh, it means to give Jacobin rascals a tweak—
As they long have been bubbled, we'll now make 'em squeak.