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.
We may call him the poet laureate of the Tories, with whom he warmly sided.
The preposterous office of Poet Laureate should now be abolished.
"If you promise to keep quite still," said the Poet Laureate.
Believed they ceased to sing when the City gave up its poet laureate.
I mean to say there would be no Poet Laureate to begin with.