At last calling the poet laureate of his kingdom, he asked him what should be done.
I have said, in an earlier chapter, that he might have been the Poet Laureate.
From 1843 till his death in 1850 he was Poet Laureate of England.
I mean to say that there would be no Poet Laureate to begin with.
“We shall have to make you poet laureate of the troop,” said Mr. Ellsworth.